• Canada Goose

    Expedition Parka

    Let's start as we mean to go on with some heavyweight high-performance outerwear from Canada Goose. The expedition parka was originally developed for scientists working in research centres in Antartica, and is now just as commonly seen on city streets.

  • Inverallan

    6A Shawl Cardigan

    Inverallan have been hand-knitting premium knitwear for the fishermen of Scotland for generations. This one is made from 100% lambswool for ultimate warmth, and the holly red color makes a change from the dark shades of so much winterwear.

  • Nike

    Pro Combat Hyperwarm Dri-Fit Max Compression

    These men's tights deliver a skin-tight fit which offer ultimate warmth and comfort, and they're slim enough to fit under any of your regular trousers, so noone will even know they're there.

  • Norse Projects

    Lucas Lightwool Charcoal Melange Trousers

    These wool-blend trousers from Norse Projects are smart enough to still look good, but warm enough to successfully battle the cold.

  • Nike

    Lunarterra Arktos

    These sneakerboots from Nike offer the comfort of a sneaker paired with the insulation and weather protection of a winter boot, in a sleek design.

  • THE NORTH FACE

    Etip Glove

    The last thing you want to be doing when it's -37 celcius outside is having to take your gloves off just to check that iMessage. Luckily, with these fleece gloves from THE NORTH FACE come with touch screen compatible finger tips.

Weekly Outfit January, 10 2014

The Weekly Outfit: The Big Chill

After a short two-week hiatus over the festive period, we’re back with our Weekly Outfit feature. Attempting to balance style with warmth and comfort is no easy feat, and considering the “polar vortex” that has driven some U.S. states to way below freezing, the latter two are pretty important for all you Americans right now. So we’ll be providing some direction throughout the following outfit, and Europeans – take note. The likelihood is that this weirdly mild 10 degree Celsius winter we’re having isn’t us escaping winter, but just delaying the inevitable. Pick up the items before the hoards raid the shelves of all things warm.

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