It’s the time of year when all manner of weird and wonderful words are used to describe the drop in temperature.
Just in the last couple of days I’ve heard the perennial favourite “baltic”, not to mention “taters”, and I think I caught someone say the word “brass monkeys” as I passed them in Manchester on Friday.
No matter which daft word you use to describe the current chill, you’ll be needing something to stop yourself shaking like a dog on a grass verge. See how I cleaned phrase that up? If only dog owners were so good at cleaning up. I digress.
The ultimate expedition parka, the Hartland’s premium 80/20 down and soft but durable 70/30 cotton Nylon shell equips it for all conditions.
Practical features to protect you during the Winter include a front storm flap with inside zip and a neck strap with a toggle fastening, keeping you extra snug, like the proverbial bug in a rug.
Check out the pics and then head over to the Penfield website, or maybe see them at Stuarts London.
I got the orange parka from Stuarts. Quality product and great price when comparing to Nigel Caborn .