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Prepare for the Cold

With the cold arriving and temperatures set to drop even more dramatically over the next few days, we’d like to share some our personal favourite clothing to keep us warm all year round!

Hoodie

The obvious choice of clothing for when it gets a bit chilly is a warm jumper, better still a hoodie.

Our favourite at the moment is this eye-catching Arbortec number. The contrast of the grey and green works particularly well in our opinion.

Arbortec Zip Front Hoodie Jacket

  • Brushed inner lining
  • Two front pockets
  • Enzyme washed soft finish
  • 65% cotton, 35% Polyester (320gsm)

£48.00 incl. VAT

Base Layer

Base layers protect your body from cold winds whilst still giving your full freedom of movement. This one from Endura is designed for a busy working day.

Endura Frontline Base Layer

  • Offers superb freedom of movement
  • Fast wicking super stretch materials
  • Supports muscles while being comfortable
  • Flatlocked seams for strength

£26.99 incl. VAT

Fleece

Fleeces will provide warmth and wick moisture away from the body. This one from Husqvarna is a good pick but all fleeces will do the same basic thing.

Husqvarna Micro Fleece Jacket

  • Comfortable fleece jacket made of 100% polyester fleece.
  • 4-way stretch, that will only absorb 6% moist.
  • Full-length zipper at front

£42.00 incl. VAT

Neck Warmer

Tucking yourself into a cosy scarf or neck warmer can make all the difference on a windy environment. This reversible one from Arbortec is stylish & practical.

Arbortec Jersey Neck Tube

  • Polyester/Cotton Jersey knit fabric.
  • Reversible
  • Warm
  • Breathable

£12.00 incl. VAT

Beanie

Keeping your head and ears warm, a good beanie is a must when the cold really rolls in. If you haven’t got one, you just might want one soon.

Arbortec Jersey Beanie

  • Polyester/Cotton Jersey knit fabric.
  • Reversible
  • Warm
  • Breathable

£12.00 incl. VAT

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