Dream Kit.

Every walker/ hiker/ traveller dreams of having the best kit.
Most of us buy the best we can afford hoping one day we will have the lightest, most quick drying , best wicking, and the list goes on and on.
One company Paramo has great technical kit and most walkers would love to own just one piece.
Over the years I have often “looked”
BUT as from today I now own a Paramo taiga fleece
It has some great features

  1. Water Repellent

  2. Can be worn as a stand alone garment or with a Windproof Jacket

  3. Articulated shoulders and sleeves

  4. Two large chest pockets

  5. Two large waist level pockets

  6. Elasticated and poppered cuffs

  7. Concealed elasticated neck and waist/hem drawcords

  8. Scooped tail

We shall be going off to the French Alps in a few weeks time so I hope to test it out then, and I hope it lives up to its reputation.

Having so many pockets also makes it great for travelling too 🙂

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9 thoughts on “Dream Kit.

  1. sally

    Hi Caroline, I would not say i was an expert lol , I love wearing purple in fact i need a new handbag and I may just look for a purple one 🙂

  2. Caroline

    … and another message from me. I am loving the purple look on you. Red is great, and your first love I know, but purple is so ‘this year’ and looks fab on you.
    c

  3. Lady Banana

    I’m sure you will get plenty of use out of it, looks good, I love jackets with lots of pockets, just as I love bags with lots of pockets! 😉

  4. Philip Baddeley

    My discounted Paramo kept me nice and dry for nine hours walking up and down Scafell Pike. One person, a lady, had watched a TV programme on Scafell Pike and thought it would be a nice outing. Unfit and prone to falling, she made it a long but memorable day and Paramo kept me very comfortable. Unlike another person in the group who ruined her waterproofs by washing in bio soap powder, buy the proper wash and waterproof bottles – larger sizes are cheaper.
    Hope you can find a good deal on the trousers soon!

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