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Sportsister tests: StridersEdge gear

May 15, 2012
Sportsister tests: StridersEdge Engineered Climate Map gear

StridersEdge is a new brand set up by ex-Sweaty Betty designer, and avid hiker, Katy Biddulph. Setting out to create stylish, functional outdoor gear, the first, small range from StridersEdge is a great addition to the women’s sports market. Here Sportsister reviews StridersEdge’s Engineered Climate Map gear.


Rating: 4.5/5
GOOD POINTS:
– Beautifully soft fabric that feels lovely against the skin
– The attention to detail is excellent
– High quality garment that looks lovely and wears well over time
– Versatile pieces that can be worn across many activities
BAD POINTS:
– The high quality fabric and detailing comes at a price – this range is not cheap. However you do get what you pay for here and it would be hard for a boutique brand such as this to bring prices any lower.

Price: Tank – £55 L/S – £65
Fabric: 80% Polyamide, 15% Polyester, 5% Elastane
Colour: Tank – Sunset Berry, Nectarine Quench, Atmos Green, Crag Grey
L/S: Scrim Grey and Sunset Berry
Sizes: S, M, L
Stockist: www.stridersedge.com

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