Dressed in the proper kit, there’s no reason why Autumn and Winter can’t offer some amazing outdoor adventure opportunities. Get kitted out in style with our pick of the best Autumn/Winter gear…
Berghaus Men’s Fellmaster Jacket £123.50
This is a lightweight but extremely capable jacket that benefits from Gore-Tex fabric making it waterproof and breathable. Ideal for both autumn and winter hikes with great styling.
Jack Wolfskin Picadilly Convertable Tote Pack £50
This is a versatile tote pack with 3 different carry options, not dissimilar to the ubiquitous Fjallraven Kanken, but with enough visual differences, and a much keener price point, to help set it apart. It’s also made from recycled materials and is available in various different colours.
Teva Men’s Gateway Mid £100
A water-resistant hiking boot made for the modern trail, the Gateway Mid is versatile enough for day hikes, overnighters and road trips alike.
Craghoppers Miska VI Recycled Ladies Microfleece £35
Made using recycled plastic bottles, the Craghoppers Miska is an ideal mid-layer featuring a half-zip and it may well be the only microfleece you’ll ever need!
Osprey Transporter Roll Pack 25L £100
This is a versatile day pack that’s just as home in an urban environment as it is in the countryside. Made using water-resistant 400D nylon this is one tough pack ideal for active lifestyles.
Craghoppers Wilmot Long Sleeved Shirt £40
Are you even outdoorsy if you don’t own at least one checked shirt?! The Craghoppers Wilmot comes in a variety of different colourways and like all Craghoppers gear, it’s guaranteed for life available in small up to XXL.
Fjallraven Women’s Vardag Anorak £175.96 – £250.35
If there’s one jacket we’re lusting over this season, it’s the Vardag from Fjallraven. This loose fit jacket has a relaxed, retro look to it and in a vast array of vibrant colours, it’s a jacket with timeless appeal.
Teva Women’s Ember Commute £120
Yep, we know it’s another Teva but we’re so in love with the new Women’s Ember Commute it had to be on the list! Promising to be as warm and comfy as the Ember Moc this waterproof boot is just gorgeous.
Jack Wolfskin Eagle Peak Hardshell Men’s Jacket £165
We’re loving the bold colour block styling of this jack which also delivers impressive technical features. It’s highly waterproof making it ideal for hiking in poor weather and it’s windproof too, so with a decent mid-layer, you’ll stay toasty and dry on the trail.
Jack Wolfskin Aukland WT Texapore Mid Men’s £100
We love the funky urban styling of these boots which make them ideal for general use. They’re waterproof and have a chunky sole, making these versatile men’s boots perfect for Autumn and Winter walks and general everyday wear.
Weird Fish Women’s Larnie Half-zip Long-sleeve Top £28.00
The high neck of this top helps keep wind out, and it’s ideal on its own for fair weather walks or it makes the ideal mid-layer under your waterproof coat for cold weather and rainy walks.
Tog 24 Kearton Men’s Padded Jacket £49.99
A versatile and packable jacket available from small up to 3XL, helping you stay warm and toasty whatever the weather.
Keen Women’s Explore Waterproof Hiking Boots £99.99
We adore the new colours available, particularly the Chinois Green/Dusty Pink colour combo shown above. Comfy yet capable, these walking boots are ideal for Autumn hikes.
Rab Women’s Microlight Alpine ECO Jacket £175
This is a good looking and lightweight jacket that packs plenty of punch in terms of insulation making it ideal for Autumn walks. The Rab Microlight Alpine ECO Jacket uses hydrophobic down insulation for effective warmth with minimal weight.
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Shell loves all things travel and outdoors and is a nature-loving, comfy-camping kinda girl. Shell started the Camping with Style blog after a serious snowboarding accident which left her with a broken back. Despite this she used the outdoors and healing power of nature to aid her recovery and she continues to spend time outdoors whenever she can.
From open water swimming, snowboarding and kayaking to hill walks and meditation, Shell shares her travels and microadventures here on the blog and in various publications she’s written for, Shell has a particular interest in promoting wellbeing and the many benefits of nature therapy.
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