Spring has finally sprung and you’ll want the best new gear to see you through a new year of camping and outdoor adventures. Read on for some of our favourite gear…
I’m not going to bother saying anything about the performance of these boots from Teva (I lied, they’re waterproof, eco-friendly, grippy, blah blah blah) just look at them! I mean, I don’t know about you but I 100% need these in my hiking wardrobe.
The Highest 20L Backpack is great for everyday use or to take on hiking trips and we love the bright funky colourblocking too. Amazing value as always from Mountain Warehouse.
This is a gorgeous hoodie and it feels wrong to refer to it as just a fleece as there’s so much more to it. It’s super versatile, slim-fitting which means it can be worn under a waterproof outer layer, but it also looks great worn alone and transitions easily from street to hills. Of course, it’s made from Merino wool, which means it’s also great at regulating the body temperature, a must-have spring layer.
The Orla Mule is the ultimate in comfort. Lightweight with a quilted upper and microfleece lining available in some absolutely gorgeous designs!
A waterproof hiking sneaker that employs a mix of recycled materials from top-to-bottom, this all-terrain all-star is durable enough for the trail, yet light enough for all day wear.
There are some fab new colourways this year including tango, shown above. The Jack Wolfskin Go Hike softshell remains a great, versatile jacket choice and ideal for spring and summer hikes.
Available in an array of different colours, this base layer is extremely comfortable and works brilliantly at keeping your core warm. Not only that, it helps you cool down once you do warm up, maintaining a nice and stable temperature that makes spending time outdoors effortless.
Available in a variety of different colourways, stretch fabric provides unrestricted movement and improved fit that’s also lightweight. Sustainably made using polyester recycled from plastic bottles.
An ideal backpack for climbers and skiiers, the Cotopaxi comes in an array of vibrant colours and includes a streamlined ice tool carry system. Configurable compression and lash points.
Minimise pitching time and maximise internal space by removing the need for a center pole – over are the days of pole positioning politics and a-frame frustrations, simply plug it in and pump it up. Once pitched, kick back and feel the breeze flow through large mesh windows and circulate around the obstruction-free pod-like interior.
When you’re hiking in the autumn or out for an evening stroll, it can get a bit chilly – but the insulated Routeburn Pro Hybrid jacket will keep you warm and we’re loving the new Blue Daze colour above.
Part made from recycling plastic bottles into polyester, reducing carbon emissions and landfill waste. These water-repellent shorts have anti-insect treatment is built into our fabric, great for tropical adventures.
We’re obsessed with all things Cotopaxi who make dopamine dressing an art form and their Cálido Hooded Jacket is now available in even more brilliant new vibrant hues.
A waterproof and breathable jacket cut to cover the hips and sustainably made using polyester recycled from plastic bottles. Available in 3 different colourways.
We love the pattern and bright colour of this new unisex fleece from Craghoppers. This avanced insulating layer offers outstanding warmth and is suitable for a wide variety of activities.
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