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Fjällräven – Lightweight yet technical jackets

Fjällräven - Lightweight yet technical jackets

Lightweight yet technical jackets for Spring and Summer from Fjällräven Now that Spring has finally sprung it’s time to take a look at lightweight jackets that still offer some serious protection when the weather takes the occasional turn for the worse. Fjällräven (literally) have this area covered thanks to their... View Article

Páramo – Wilderness to Metropolis

Paramo - Directional Clothing

Páramo was founded in 1992 by Nick Brown, who disillusioned with conventional clothing and wanted something different. He observed the way mammals stay dry; he realised nature’s wise ways, whereby water is drawn away from their bodies faster than it can be absorbed. He also observed the manner in which... View Article

Carhartt WIP

Carhartt WIP

Written by Neil Summers. Carhartt WIP is one of those brands that has somehow transcended its former life as genuine workwear and become a streetwear icon. But is it such a leap from the railroad to street style? Carhartt was founded by Hamilton Carhartt in 1889 in Dearborn, Michigan. Just as... View Article

Playing the numbers game with Fjällräven

Written by Neil Summers. Back during the early days of Fjällräven in the late 1960s and early 1970s, each of their products were given a unique number which is something the brand have brought back recently in the form of the Fjällräven Numbers collection. The tradition has been brought back with... View Article

Karhu – Kings of Finn-ovation

Karhu – Kings of Finn-ovation

Written by Neil Summers. You know you’re onto something when your sportswear brand is named after an animal that is both cute and terrifying. The bear logo is synonymous with the Finnish footwear kings at Karhu but it wasn’t always the case. A little-known German guy by the name of Adi... View Article