What are your favourite makes of outdoor clothing?

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Machiavelli

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May 21, 2009
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There are so many great makers of outdoor clothing that we are becoming spoilt for choice!

I thought it might be fun to compile a list of some of our favourite makes.

Anyway, my top 5 are probably:

1. Arcteryx -- Great outdoor clothing. Looks good, feels good and does the job. Quite pricey though.

2. Trespass -- Good staple clothing. Relatively inexpensive most of the time!

3. Berghaus -- Fantastic quality. Guaranteed to keep you dry.

4. White Rock -- I only started purchasing this make last year, but they have quickly gained a place in my regular wear.

5. Elato -- All their gear is fair trade and it's great quality. Their thermals are particulaly good in my opinion.
 

gregorach

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Depends what sort of gear you're talking about... Berghaus and North Face do great "conventional" stuff, but at the moment I'm more into Filson and Pendelton... And that Fjallraven stuff looks great, but I haven't tried any myself. Then of course there's the trusty Highlander brand for the cheaper end of the market...

Do Stone Monkey even exist any more?
 

g4ghb

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I seem to have amassed quite a bit of craghopper recently - though not consciously, it just seems to fit me well.....

I have a penchant for Berghaus kit too :D
 

JonathanD

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Fjallraven, Fjallraven and Fjallraven. (can you tell I like their stuff?)

:)

You and me both mate. I have been wearing alot of Craghoppers recently though. Tough stuff, great price (at TKMaxx), and not so distressing when you rip or burn it.
 

rik_uk3

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Pendleton wool shirts are good (second hand)

I've a couple of Berghaus Gortex jackets and the wife will be seen with me when I wear them around town.

I've got other stuff, usually second hand like down jackets, spent a lot on stoves over the years but that ties in with my other hobby.

No real need to spend loads on clothes for most of the UK to be honest, not like we are off up camping in the Arctic; if you are then splash out on some tactical boxer shorts etc ;)
 
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Shewie

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Fjallraven
Swazi
Stoney Creek
Swanndri
Ullfrotte
Lundhags
Country Innovations
Harkila (if only)
 
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helixpteron

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Jacket, Montane Super Fly XT.

Fleece top, Decathlon.

Polo shirt, Fruit of The Loom (£5 for 3 from the market).

Gloves, Town & Country (£5 gardening gloves from the market).

Trousers, Regatta & Mountain Warehouse.

Boots, Berghaus.

Scarf, Buff.

Hat, Thinsulate beanie from a £1 shop.
 

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