Walking Clothing Advice

walking clothing advice

Our walking clothing advice guides have been designed to break down technical barriers and explain the benefits of wearing the right gear for your hobby or part time.

Wearing the right jacket, trousers and layers is important for your comfort and safety. With so many different styles and brands currently available on the market, the technical jargon can be confusing making it very difficult to make an informed decision.

Explore all of our walking clothing advice guides below: 

A beginner’s guide to walking in the mountains!

It is always important that you are well prepared when walking in the mountains . Whether you plan on going with a walking group or on your own with your pet dog, being prepared is essential for your enjoyment and… Continue reading →

Bodywarmer or Gilet? What’s really best?

Are you looking for that extra layer of clothing that will offer you extra warmth whilst at the same time being really practical but not sure whether a bodywarmer or gilet would be best? But, just what is the difference… Continue reading →

A hat for every occasion (well almost!)

Most people have a hat hidden away somewhere in a wardrobe or cupboard, whether it be a warm woolly hat, a baseball cap, a sun hat or perhaps a straw hat!  Anyway, chances are that you have a hat or cap… Continue reading →

Summer Walking Holiday Gear Guide!

Family walking holiday planned? Get the right walking gear! With Spring almost over and Summer just round the corner, it’s time to start thinking about how to get your family fit and healthy – so, what better than a family… Continue reading →

Staying Cool for Spring!

Meanswear Collections Spring has sprung, we have fantastic blue skies and, at last, it’s warm enough to peel off a few layers and relax in the garden, perhaps enjoying a nice, cool, iced tea! So, with winter over and tweed… Continue reading →

Bamboo base layers and other materials

A baselayer is the layer which lies against the skin. This layer is designed to trap a thin layer of warm air against the skin and wick away (draw moisture) moisture from the body. We currently stock two types of… Continue reading →

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