It’s true. We like to talk about the seasons at Freeze HQ, but we do live for them after all. A glorious summer got us all out and about, but the cool winds of winter are starting to blow in Scotland. As the nights draw in and the warehouse temperature slowly drops, we’re looking at layering up and muted tones from Fjällräven, Patagonia and more.
Men’s Apparel and Footwear
First up is Patagonia Long Sleeve Fjord Flannel Shirt – an eco-friendly flannel made from 100% organic cotton. We've paired the Fjord Flannel up with the Levi’s Skate 501 in Indigo Rinse, these jeans take the timeless 501 cut and make it bombproof with Cordura fibres and ultra-durable construction techniques. The adidas Jake 2.0 Boots come from robust stock, a winter boot that offers the rugged durability of a hiking boot, with a classic three-stripe aesthetic.
When the wind starts to howl, chuck on the Patagonia Nano-Air Light Hoodie as a mega-stretchy and cosy jacket. This lightweight hoody-jacket is the ultimate insulator for around town treks and backcountry missions alike. The Fjallraven Classic Knit Beanie comes in a heap of colourways and looks good anytime, anyplace.
Women’s Apparel and Footwear
Passenger’s Wild Cherry Knit Sweater exists for blustery autumn days, a comfy layer for out and about or keeping cosy and hibernating by the fire on rainy weekends. The Abisko Padded Women’s Vest from Fjallraven is a bona-fide cool weather coat – this snug layer is constructed from partially recycled G-Loft insulation for superior trail-warmth.
Canada-born company, Sorel, have been making the most durable town and country footwear since 1962. Their Out-N-About Plus Boots are built for wet-weather walking comfort without the bulk, perfect for dog-walks and city days. The Christy Legging from Mons Royale isn’t just your average activewear - these Merino-fabric leggings are durable, stylish and built for performance. The Fjallraven Braided Knit Beanie adds a touch of cable-knit class on colder days.