GEAR | The Autumn/Winter 2022 Outdoor Gear Edit


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We are well into Autumn now and with the recent change in the clocks, making the most of limited daylight hours throughout autumn and winter means wearing the right gear.

Read on for our top picks of new Autumn/Winter 2022 outdoors and hiking gear from brands including Teva, Cotopaxi, Berghaus and more…

Available in 6 different colourways, we love the Alexander Hooded fleece from Passenger featuring retro vibes with modern styling.

Passenger Alexander Hooded 1/2 Zip Recycled Polar Fleece £69.95 - £89.95Passenger Alexander Hooded 1/2 Zip Recycled Polar Fleece £69.95 - £89.95

Classic styling with a modern twist, these waterproof boots provide comfort when walking in almost any terrain. From winter dog walks to the hills, Keen always deliver on comfort and the new Circadia are no exception.

Keen Men's Circadia Waterproof Boots £114.99Keen Men's Circadia Waterproof Boots £114.99

The Cotopaxi Vienton is versatile jacket that packs away easily making it ideal for travel. It’s also stretchy and super comfortable to wear.

The new waterproof Ridgeview boot from Teva has some beautiful styling and solid technical features, and with versions for men and women, this is the hiking boot we’re drooling over this winter.

Teva Ridgeview Mid Women's BootsTeva Ridgeview Mid Women's Boots

Stay warm and snuggly in this long-length padded jacket. The Sage Aurora is made from 100% recycled outer fabric and is designed to provide quality, style and longevity, keeping you warm on cold days.

Gandys Sage Aurora Longline Padded Jacket £139.99Gandys Sage Aurora Longline Padded Jacket £139.99

A hugely versatile jacket from Keela that’s windproof, water-resistant and highly breathable. It’s the perfect choice for biking, hiking, climbing and spring skiing.

Keela Hydron Softshell Jacket £149.95Keela Hydron Softshell Jacket £149.95

A warm and cosy fleece available in loads of different colours, from a size 8 up to 22. Made with smart, warm holding grid fleece, this 1/4 zip fleece is ideal for layering on winter walks or to pop on after a chilly swim.

Weird Fish Beyonce ECOWeird Fish Beyonce ECO

We’re low-key obsessed with the Orla Kiely prints adorning this range of jackets from Regatta. Waterproof, breathable and lightweight this rain mac is perfect for your outdoor adventures.

The Cuillin Insulated Hoody is your Jacket-of-all-trades choice for all your outdoor activities, at all times of the year. Next-to-skin binding to the hood and cuffs seals the heat in and weather out.

With both men’s and women’s specific fits available and a variety of vibrant colours to choose from, the new Fuego down jacket from Cotopaxi is an absolute must for winter adventures.

Ticket to the moon are a fair trade accessory brand, making their range of eco bags from hammock offcuts. We love that these bags are fully customisable and come in various sizes, so you can match the colour of your bag to the rest of your gear.

We’re huge fans of the Teva ember range, versatile footwear ideal for camping and glamping and the new ReEmber Terrain creates a comfortable shoe that’s more rugged.

With men’s and women’s specific fits and some beautiful colours, the Rab Microlight is a down jacket that’s both stylish and practical, both as an everyday jacket and as a mountain layer.

We love a blustery hilltop as much as anyone. That’s why we’re mad for this wind-ready bit of kit that performs as well as it looks. Sharp lines, big gussets and more packable than ever before. Quality for the city. Class on the hill.

Rumpl make some fantastic puffy sleeping bag-style blankets, and their new sherpa fleece blankets provide warmth for campers, glampers and van lifers at a much more accessible price point. Ideal for keeping in the boot of your car and warming up after winter walks or swims.

When out in the wilderness a good base layer is indispensable and merino makes an excellent choice, helping your body regular your temperature. Men’s and Women’s versions are available.

Keela Women's Merino Keela Women's Merino

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