The Edit: Our Picks of Adventure Essentials


on Jun 28, 2020

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Each month we pick our adventure essentials making waves in our world. Whether it's the perfect headphones for a workout, a must have biking accessory or a new line of tees we'll share our faves.

Now that staycations are on the agenda we're investing in a tent so we can explore the west coast of Ireland. 

This Malawi two man pop up tent from Regatta is designed with a 3000mm hydrostatic head perfect for a fun packed weekend in any weather. Quick and easy to pitch it will leave you with plenty of time for adventures.

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Regatta Malawi Tent €91

The summer also means the Girl Outdoor Crew has lots of cycling trips planned. We love this cycling jersey from Dare 2b. This short sleeve is sweat-wicking Q-Wic fabric that dries quickly and has anti-bacterial odour control built-in. Flat-lock seams allow the stretch fabric to glide over your skin and move freely with you. Further benefits include a scooped hem with an easy reach two-compartment pocket for stashing liquid, snacks or tubes. Reflective trim for early risers and late finishes. We love the design and fiery coral colour!

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Dare 2b Full Zip Cycling Jersey €34.95

During lockdown our uptake on home yoga has increased and of course we need the yoga wear to match! We're loving these crop tops from Organic Movement. The best part? Organic Movement source and sell organic cotton yoga wear – consciously grown and ethically sewn. The collection of leggings and crop tops are made from 92% organic cotton and 8% lycra making them super soft and comfortable, and allowing your skin to breathe freely. 

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Organic Movement Crop Top €35

Irish company, Crann, has introduced The Trá Collection – eco-friendly sunglasses with apt names like Brittas, Curracloe, Inchydoney, Lahinch, Sandycove and Strandhill. Names that evoke memories of summers spent with family and friends, covered in suncream, eating sandy sandwiches and swimming in the freezing ocean. 

Crann products are 100% made with recycled and sustainable materials. The collection uses all wood and Acetate plastic. Acetate plastic is an allergy-free plastic made from plants. It is known to be strong, lightweight, and flexible which makes it the preferred material for plastic-based products such as eyewear. 

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Crann Strandhill €79

Jiminy.ie are now stocking the world's first recycled bodyboards – made in France and certified to be at least 63% recycled material and swim fins from 40% recycled rubber. 

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World's first recycled bodyboard €160 - €169

If you want to be included in our edit why not send us info on your exciting product or adventures to girloutdoormag@gmail.com.

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