Sunday, 19 October 2014

The TRIPTYCH - Our Brand New Jacket. Available on Pre-order Soon!

We are really excited to be telling you about our awesome new 3 in 1, waterproof winter jacket, the TRIPTYCH (pronounced 'Trip-Tick' for all of you who may be wondering).

In a nut shell, they zip together to make one ultra warm coat or unzipped to create two completely different jackets.

The OUTER JACKET has an 18'000mm waterproof rating along with a load of other technical features which will keep you dry in all your winter pursuits.

Once you have finished on your daily adventure and back energising in the comfort of your log cabin, igloo, tent or . . . more than likely rehydrating at a local apres bar or restaurant, the INNER JACKET will keep you warm, and make you stand out from everyone else who could only bring one coat on their adventure away. Losers!

Pre orders are going to be up and running around the beginning of November. We will keep you posted on expected delivery dates so you can get yours in time for your next trip. Go Adventure.



Wednesday, 18 June 2014

Stuffa in Sussex

Last week when it was nice, we tried to go wild swimming just past Seaford. If you haven't been wild swimming, stop reading this and go - check out the wild swimming site at http://www.wildswimming.co.uk/. It proved to be a little shallow where we tried but it was still an amazing day to have a long walk down to the beach.

Friday, 7 March 2014

Stuffa Byond

Back in December we were asked to support Byond who are a charity working to rebuild classrooms for children in the Philippines by donating a couple of jackets to help take more valuable equipment out to the Philippines. The first team has now returned to the UK and the second team have set off and if you are able to help support the project in any way please follow the link to their site below. This is what Michael from Byond said about their trip and the Stuffa jackets - there are some pictures of the trip after the text:

In February this year, volunteers for the British charity Byond travelled to the Philippines to repair damaged classrooms and help children in poor areas to have the opportunity of an education. Large numbers of classrooms across the regions of Leyte and Eastern Samar had their roofs ripped off or crushed by trees blown down by the typhoon that hit the region nearly four months ago. The volunteers carried with them power tools, communications equipment and medical supplies, so every kilo of luggage allowance was valuable. Stuffa were able to help by donating Stuffa jackets, which were each filled with up to six kilos of extra luggage allowance. Despite temperatures that reached 38 degrees, volunteers working for Byond restored classrooms at three schools during February and helped hundreds of primary school children in deprived areas to get back to school. You can read more about the work of Byond at www.byond.org