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The Specialized Defroster Trail was very comfortable and warm, with the Boa performing well for easy tightening, loosening and adjustment on the move.

£160.00
Score 8

We found it hard to fault the Shimano MW5 boot — warm, perfect stiffness and cheap. A worthy winner. Supremely comfortable, on and off the bike.

£130.00
Score 10

If you suffer from cold feet, the Northwave Celcius Arctic 2 is the boot to buy. Easily the warmest boot on test with luxurious fleece lining.

£180.00
Score 8

The Lake MX180 is a solid shoe, with plenty of protection and a reasonable price tag. The Ice Lock tread sticks to most surfaces, no matter how greasy.

£150.00
Score 9

Great coverage, excellent Boa system, Gore-Tex waterproofing, easy clean exterior, the Mavic Crossmax SL Pro Thermo boots ticked pretty much all our boxes.

£170.00
Score 9

Loud and proud colour scheme that continues onto the straps, the 7iDP M2 helmet is not subtle, but the rugged design combines to make it an aesthetic win.

£59.99
Score 8

Built from three-layer Gore-Tex Pro, the Gore Bike Wear Wear One jacket is made tough to withstand professional use — hence the pro-level price tag.

£350.00
Score 9

A clever combination of lighter, stretch fabric at the elbows, nape of neck and hood gave the Altura Attack 360 jacket a more mobile feel than most.

£149.99
Score 8

The Rab Spark jacket was just a pleasure to snug up when the weather closed in. Clean and simple. Packed down light and tight. A superb all-rounder.

£150.00
Score 9

We were constantly amazed by the Berghaus Hyper jacket — fully waterproof, taped and breathable, yet it packed down to a ball no bigger than a fist.

£120.00
Score 8

Even as a flat pedal user, affordable insoles, like these Specialized footbeds, can bring a substantial increase in comfort and stability. Designed with Bike Fit innovator Andy Pruitt, they are…

£19.99
Score 10

The Altura Attack One80 short is intended as a summer riding short — lightweight, no nonsense and great value.

£74.99
Score 9

There’s no denying that the Scott Airstrike 22 is a quality product, but at a penny shy of £80 it’s expensive, especially given there’s no bladder included.

£79.99
Score 7

The FSA dropper post’s action, thanks to sealed cartridge internals, was beautifully smooth, and during testing never stuck or hesitated, no matter where it was set in the travel.

£229.95
Score 7

Designed for maximum grip and stability, and tough enough for enduro racing, without the weight of a dedicated downhill tyre, the TRSr looks perfect for the kind of riding I…

£67.95
Score 6