In my previous post I showed you how I’m all geared up for walks in the countryside with my new waterproof jacket and fleece. Well, I couldn’t leave the husband out – after all, he’ll be coming too! He doesn’t appear on the blog very often (he’s a bit camera shy) so I decided to let him have his own post.
It tends to rain a lot in the North West so a good quality waterproof jacket is a must-have for walks in the countryside.
It was actually Pete who first discovered this walking trail not far from our house. Being on the edge of the countryside is what I love most about living in Cheshire. Of course, you can’t always guarantee a crisp, sunny day like the day we took these photos. It tends to rain a lot in the North West so a good quality men’s waterproof jacket is a must-have for walks in the countryside. Blacks have a wide range of essential outdoor clothing to suit all budgets. If you’re looking for a practical Christmas gift for a male relative it’s definitely worth popping over for a look.
This Berghaus waterproof jacket is made with Hydroshell™ fabric – advanced waterproof technology with excellent breathability to ensure interior comfort. The cuffs, hem, and hood are all adjustable, plus the hood can be rolled away. I selected this jacket for him and apparently I chose well because he loves it!
This Berghaus Tulach grey fleece is one of the smarter-looking ones I’ve seen, and looks great with jeans for a casual weekend outfit.
A warm men’s fleece layered under a waterproof jacket is essential on cold days. But on mild, dry days they’re great to wear over a T-shirt. This men’s Berghaus fleece is manufactured according to MADEKIND™ principles, reducing impact across the entire production chain. Only garments made with more than 50% recycled content are awarded Berghaus’s MADEKIND™ label. The Colourkind fabric goes through fewer dyeing stages, using less water and CO2 compared with regular fabrics. This improved way of dyeing also means the colour will not fade.
So now we’re both kitted out to go exploring rural Cheshire…and maybe even further afield. We just need to convince Isobel to put the tablet down and come with us! If the planned routes happen to pass a pub that serves lunch I’m sure we’ll all be happy 😉
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