Winter Essentials

Friday, November 30, 2018


With the weather turning from Autumn to Winter and the experts as ever predicting a rather bitter winter we are taking out our trusty winter coats and brushing them off. Being an active fairly we expect rather a lot from outdoor clothing and want something which will carry each us from town to country to mountainside and back to town again and one which while doing this will stand up to whatever weather we face them with.

Yup thats a glacier behind! Snow Jackets & Shorts! 

The brand of course that has lasted this test for us has been North Face. Aside from Jackets North Face also is incredibly well known for its backpacks, foot wear and of course travel luggage and hold alls. But back to the Jackets, North Face has managed for us to be the one and only jackets we need. They are always at the front of the latest technology so you know you won’t be in need of a new one the following year, they have excellent water resistant on the top layer and quickly dry underneath if you’re in colder climates or in the snow. My husband swears by them for the lightweights. He is one of the first to take jumpers and jackets off when out and about and the last thing he wants is to have his arms full with bulky layers.

Our top selection of North Face this year is from Simple Hike who are a superb online retailer for outdoor equipment – from camping to skiing! Being online they don’t have the same overheads as many companies and can offer a great discount on the standard RRP price – even out the sales!

On our Christmas list this year is:






The North Face Borealis Class Rucksack £58 (rrp £85)
The North Face Suzanne Triclimate Trench £284 (rrp £380)
The North Face Kids Snowquest Jacket £67 (rrp £90)
The North Face Mens Glacier Fleece £30 (rrp £45)
The North Face Etip Glove £26 (rrp £35)
The North Face Litewave Fast Pack Show £85 (rrp £90)



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