By mbcrew November 2, 2011.
Having had a fantastic October (or should i say a Halloween ‘fangtastic’ ) with the weather hitting above 20c at times, we haven’t had much chance to put on our winter warmers. Now the clocks have gone back and I’m sure, Jack Frost will be lurking around, we thought we’d let you know of some Winter highlights.
When it comes to Winter, Penfield is always a safe bet. Penfield’s 60/40 – cotton/nylon combination fabric is perfect for outdoor conditions, because of its tightly woven construction it is classified as downproof and windproof making it as useful in the elements as for every day use. Plus, the jackets look ace. Here’s one of our favourites:
A heavyweight expedition parka with a thick 360g down fill, the Hoosac excels in extreme conditions.
Made up in Penfield’s hardwearing 60/40 cotton nylon, the parka is both water-resistant and windproof. The detachable and fully adjustable coyote fur hood, combined with an internal waist cinch, allows you to customize the fit and feel of your parka providing maximum comfort and performance in wind, rain and snow. A zip and button up front with fleece-lined hand-warmer pockets ensure that you stay cozy and dry when the temperature drops.
High quality details such as leather cord pullers and the classic Penfield leather arm patch make this well-known style unique and stylish.
The Norse Projects, Agni Knit comes in two colours and features rib knit detail on shoulders and engineered cuffs and hem. The Bright Orange colour works great with a dark jacket and jeans.
Ransom By Adidas Originals
Two new beastly-boots are now online to keep your toes toastie.
Now a staple part of the Ransom collaboration collection, the Persona-Crest; A heavy canvas upper, gusseted tongue and lace locks making it a hard wearing boot, this year they’ve also added a wool lined toe area and put in a neoprene ankle support meaning it also has a comfortable and secure fit.
If this boot was a mode of transport it would be a Sherman tank.
Other highlights for this Winter include: