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This lightweight waterproof jacket will help keep you dry if you are out with the kids hiking, cycling, or trail running. Handy also for the school run!
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£104.95
This jacket has become my new go-to jacket for running...the fact that it is compact means I can easily fit it in my backpack when I'm up on the hills and feel prepared for a change of weather!! I love the berry colour not too bright but enough of a colour to feel stylish and on-trend! In summary, a great technical jacket with lots of features to make getting outside more enjoyable and safe.
Value for Money
6.5
Quality
8.5
Features
9
PROS:
  • It's lightweight, comfortable, and no movement restrictions.
  • I found the pockets to be a good size I was able to fit my gloves in them when I started to work up a sweat!
CONS:
  • My only gripe is the zip to the pockets. The toggle on them is short and slippy and with cold hands, I found it difficult to unzip the front pockets.  This was not so much of an issue with the back pocket as it has a longer toggle with more of a grip.
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Lightweight windproof top, which does amazingly well at blocking out the wind.
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It doesn't look much but I've found it works really well.
PROS:
  • Lightweight
  • Easy to store
  • Blocks wind
  • Easy to move in
CONS:
  • Note: it's not a full waterpoof
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If you want a lightweight, extremely waterproof and windproof, an easy-to-stow jacket that's ideal for active outdoor activies like trail running, then the Ultimate Direction Ultra Waterproof V2 will not disappoint.
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£137.99
The Ultimate Direction Ultra-Waterproof Jacket V2 has an outstanding performance.
Waterproofness
10
Breathability
10
Features
10
Performance
10
Value for Money
9
Quality
10
PROS:
  • Extremely waterproof at 30,000 mm hh
  • Keeps the wind out too
  • Great hood and handy mitts
  • Extremely lightweight and easy to stow
CONS:
  • Expensive, which is not surprising, as you are paying for a high spec bit of outdoor kit
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The CamelBak Octane 25 is a great daysack for active outdoor activities and comes with the fantastic 2-Litre CamelBak Crux Hydration Reservoir.
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£91.00
Value for Money
8
Quality
10
Features
10
PROS:
  • Comfortable air flow with vent mesh.
  • Lots of adjustment for great fit without restricting movement.
  • Lots of storage options, including for small items, secure phone storage, stretch side and back pockets, additional internal storage, and separate compartment for hydration reseroir.
  • Trekking pole attachment.
  • Rain cover.
  • Hydration tube clip and storage.
  • Easy fill Crux 2L reservoir.
  • Easy to use and good flow bite valve, complete with on/off tap.
CONS:
  • It is more expensive than basic daysacks, but you're getting an active sports backpack complete with CamelBak 2-Litre Crux reservoir.
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The Thule Chariot is an off-road buggy ideal for running and being active with small kids but is it worth the high price? Jen and Sim put it to the test.
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£108.64
This is the first buggy we’ve had because we’ve never found one that could cope with our adventures before. It’s a great tool to allow us to run together regularly and have amazing family adventures on foot or with the bikes. Highly recommended for active couples with young kids.
Value for Money
8
Quality
10
Family Friendly
9
PROS:
  • Incredibly well made and brilliantly designed. Perfect for active families who like to get off-road.
CONS:
  • Expensive - from £850 for a single or £950 for the double. Fairly heavy and wide so stiles and narrow gates can be a problem.
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