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Review of UK Outdoor Clothing Store Trespass

With a cold snap approaching the UK (just in time for my upcoming visit), it’s time to get the cold weather gear out.  Trespass has long been a provider of outdoor clothing, selling all sorts from fleeces and waterproof jackets to ski gear and backpacks.  The company was born in 1948 in central Scotland, a place well-known for its cold and wet weather!

Abbie Trespass

They have a huge range of gear for adults and kids.  We recently tested out one of their girls zip fleece hoodies.  It has a gorgeous design with multicoloured spots on it which obviously got the thumbs up from the 4 year old.   This hoodie has an Airtrap design that uses soft fibres to store body heat, thus keeping the wearer comfortable through the day.  Trespass delivers to much of Europe, with free delivery over 40 Euros.  There are also over 150 Trespass stores across the UK if you’d prefer to go and try on in store.

Having spent the last week devouring ‘Alone In Antarctica’ by explorer Felicity Aston, I’ve become a bit obsessed with all things camping so I’m eyeing up a rather nice pink pop up tent

LOGO-TRESPASS

 

Jetlag & Mayhem was sent a Trespass fleece for review.  We weren’t paid for this review and are not affiliated to Trespass! We just like their things 🙂

1 comment

  1. MummyTravels

    These look lovely. I much prefer a few layers for my daughter so soft fleecy goodies ate perfect as we can pop a raincoat over or a thicker coat when it’s really cold.

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