WINTER WEATHER? OUR TOP JACKETS.
We’re preparing for the usual wet and cold British weather coming our way in autumn / winter. Showcasing the top 5 staff picks from HBR’s catalogue.
In no particular order we’ve narrowed it down to items we feel are; best value for money, best for versatility, best for quality.
At an unbelievably fair RRP the Polaris Tor is a top favourite for the MTB riders in the office. Described as a cold weather essential, the jacket features a windproof main body, lightweight sleeves and contrasting zips. Even great to wear down the pub after a long ride!
The classic fleece re-imagined in a knitted style. Perfect worn alone for a walk or layered under a waterproof for that extra cosiness. The Minos features zipped pockets, quick drying fleece and a high neck. Described as an all-rounder by those who love this jacket!
- Ronhill Stride Hybrid Jacket: RRP £50.00 (Hike Bike & Ride / Amazon)
This winter running jacket is for the coldest days, a perfect balance between warmth and weight with freedom of movement and moisture management taking top priority! Beautifully understated, slim fitting and features thumb loops, zipped hand warmer pockets and thermolite active insulation.
This one’s for the ladies! A relaxed fitting functional running jacket. Described as great for running in the park on breezy training days, this every day jacket from Ronhill features semi articulated cuffs, a front zip security pocket and a soft fleece lined collar.
Madison’s renowned Leia women’s jacket makes the list, a little more expensive than the other women’s pieces on this list but the specially developed jacket is worth every penny. Described as at home on the trails, the Leia ticks all the boxes for a true all conditions layer! Featuring a waterproof outer and mesh lining alongside zips, hook loop cuffs and a fully adjustable hood for unpredictable downpours.