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Thread: Talkback: Montane Rescue Range On Sale

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    Super Moderator Jon Doran's Avatar
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    Heads up for this excellent range of kit, take a look if you're at the NEC tomorrow ot at the weekend. Should be up on the Montane web site shortly as well.

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    Ah! Finally

    Bagged myself a Prism and some of those shiny trousers....

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    Yep, it's up on the Montane web site now.

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    Or at least it was - seems to be up and down at the moment.

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    it's back up now

    Does anyone have the standard Dynamic Stretch trousers? Are they a slim fit or a little loose like the Terra pants?

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    I'm not sure, but there's an image in the news article above which might help in general terms. I'm off the the NEC tomorrow and will report back, though I guess that may be too late if they sell fast

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    I've got the terra stretch pants which are made of equilbrium fabric which is what the dynamo jacket is made of. Mine are a comfortable fit, not to slim but not really baggy if this helps.

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    I've tried to order a prism on Montane's website, buti I live in the Netherlands, so no jacket for me........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marijn de Keijzer View Post
    I've tried to order a prism on Montane's website, buti I live in the Netherlands, so no jacket for me........
    Have a look here.They will post to the Netherlands.

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    I know, but I want the nice black /red rescue one. I sent an email to Montane but no response yet.

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    got some of the trousers today really good cut

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Reid View Post
    got some of the trousers today really good cut
    compared to what? Terras? are you short n stumpy, tall n skinny, built like the proverbial brick shith**se?

    I have ordered some too, not come yet though..

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    I've got small terra's which are tightish on me, I got medium for these and so they are a tad more baggy but they are realy stretchy.

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    thanks Thomas - sounds fine - I wear medium Terras which are a little baggy on my legs, and have ordered a medium

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    I purchased a pair of the trousers at the show on Friday. I am a 36" inch waist and I was advised to get the extra large which I did. As the montane stand had no changing facilities I had to try them on in the Gents. The XL did appear to be the right size but I am not sure how they work out the leg length of the various sizes. The Guy who served me just said the leg length increases the larger the waist size. I am only 5ft 7 inches so will need take up the trousers as I am a 28" leg. The trousers have some press studs at the bottom so you can "tuck them in" so if I take them up I will loose the facility which is no big deal as I normally wear long socks and just tuck the trousers in the socks. I do not have any stretch Terra Pants so cannot do a "like for like comparison" but to me the Polartec fabric is very similar to the light weight Scholler Dryskin fabric used in a couple of the other pairs of Mountain trousers I have.

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    Size guide from the Montane website is here

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    Got the trousers - used them on Saturday and they are great, it was windy but dry on the Glyders and I'm very happy with them. They did split BUT Montane are sending out a new pair straight away... it was just a couple of mm of stitching.

    Really nice material, I'd been looking at the Mammut troos before but these fit better and are very unfussy. Me like lots!

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