Best adventure equipment for new year, new me


on Jan 04, 2021

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We're picking the best adventure equipment so you can start the new year off in the right gear. 

It’s important to let your feet recover after a run, even in the colder months. The OOahh Slide is a great at-home choice for post-exercise recover – slip them on, with or without a sock, and take it easy. An evolution of the OOriginal, the brand’s go-to flip flop, this features an agile OOfoam strap for additional support and comfort. Or the OOmg Eezee a different take on the classic, made with a unique 4-way stretch woven canvas-like material, these shoes contour the entire foot.

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OOMmg Eezee​ low

Love this from Maaree – their solidarity high impact sports bra. Layering during winter is enough to deal with without the added hassle of bra issues. This high-impact sports bra solves this problem; it’s a go-to choice for runners as it features an adjustable Overband, convertible shoulder straps and a comfortable design using non-elastic and elastic panelling. Comfort and performance, all in one.

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Maaree solidarity high impact sports bra​.

The Cloudflyer from On is built for distance, volume and recovery – all in first-class comfort. As the temperature drops, it’s important to feel comfortable and confident. This support shoe is performance-ready and offers quality lightweight structure on even the wettest and coldest of runs. There is even a waterproof version for the rainiest of days.

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Cloudflyer from On​

Now, these look snug! These brand new gloves are equipped with Sealskinz’ patented, 'first-of-it's-kind' Fusion Control technology that sandwiches a 100% waterproof hydrophilic membrane securely between a Merino wool inner and a goatskin and softshell outer shell. The close-fitting design will keep you dry, warm and protected during any wet weather ride this winter. Shop here.

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Sealskinz waterproof gloves

Speaking of snug... Against the Tide Apparel is a sustainable and ethical clothing company who make the cosiest hoodies. Their range is designed and printed in Dublin, Ireland. They are 100% organic cotton AND 5% of every sale goes to environmental charities. 



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Forty Foot hoodie from Against the Tide

And for those planning hikes and walks on chillier days our editor recommends The Voltera II waterproof, insulated and heated jacket from Regatta. Sleek heated Isotex 10,000 parka with rechargeable copper heating zones. Our editor Fiona wore hers on a recent snowy hike up Ben Bulben, Sligo. 

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The Voltera II waterproof, insulated and heated jacket from Regatta

For more on the Voltera see our recent post. 

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