As leaves fall and evenings close in, it’s time to get ready to withstand whatever weather winter throws your way. Any kind of fleece is your best bet when the temperature drops, providing an extra layer of warmth when there’s a chill in the air. Fleece is a winter season necessity and here’s our guide on how to wear it.
The Synchilla Pullover by California-based outdoor brand Patagonia is one of the eco-friendliest garments around. Crafted from a soft fleece that’s 80% recycled and bluesign approved. Since the year 2000, Patagonia has been working with bluesign to radically reduce the environmental impact in the material supply chain. It goes with pretty much whatever you have on and there’s some great colours on offer.
The Hope Gilet by British mainstay Universal Works is an incredibly practical, lightweight gilet that’s been crafted from a woollen / polyester blend. A great piece to layer under a lightweight jacket during the cold times.
Based out of Massachusetts, it’s fair to say that Penfield know a thing or two about keeping warm. The Carney Fleece is an ideal mid-layer for the winter months constructed from a cosy and comfortable polar fleece.
In addition to being an all-inclusive winter must-have, this Patagonia jacket is from the Patagonia Fair Trade Fleece series which is an inspiring movement that supports the people behind the product. So not only do you look good whilst staying warm, you’re supporting a great cause.
Carhartt WIP re-works and adapts workwear silhouettes for the modern day and included in its latest offering is the Jonesville Bomber Jacket. Crafted from a hefty 9.1oz. polyester pile, this garment guarantees warmth even on the coldest of winter days.
New England outfit Cape Heights has come through with new winter wares for AW17, effortlessly mixing style and substance. The Hyak Fleece has been crafted from a polar fleece with an extra fabric overlay to the yoke, a stowaway hood, a front snap pocket with a Cape Heights woven patch logo to the left sleeve.