Bags you can stretch out in are quite a rarity. But why? And why are we making them?
PHDDown jackets, down sleeping bags, mountaineering clothing. Made in England.
The whys and wherefores (and a how thrown in for good measure)
Out of the billions of possibilities, how do we decide what to include in our specialist collections? And why?
The Pennington is Mightier than the Sword
Sorry, couldn’t really resist that.
Anyway, it’s true…
The RAF: in for another pass
John Cameron wanted to tell us about his trip to Nepal with the RAF Mountaineering Association. We keep telling you: we love hearing the stories and seeing the photos!
Well suited to a life of adventure
When we say to keep in touch and tell us about your trips, we really mean it!
And a lovely number of you lovely folks have told us lovely stories about our (we think) lovely Double Suit.
Which is lovely…
Down clothing: not just for the extremes
Hold onto your hats (and your jacket, trousers & socks, while you’re at it): we’re about to revolutionise your camping experience. In a good way. A nice, sensible revolution.
Big Lake, Small World
Adventurers doing something adventurous? Maybe it’s not so big a coincidence after all…
Photo: Sergey Pesterev/CC-BY SA 2.0
The view is well worth the climb
Although we’d like to think of something intriguing to say here, all we can think is how cold his hands must be. Now that’s suffering for your art…
Come on and get down (most of the time)
Should you turn your back on down bags for UK camping? It’s a (fairly) commonly held belief, but it’s not really true. Let us explain…
Put your back into it!
The Spine Race, tracking north up through the Pennines – ‘the backbone of England’ covers 268 miles and lasts a week. Well, it used to. It’s still 268 miles, but it just got a lot quicker…