When Peck and Pick, Hewitt and Hammond walk out onto the banks this winter, they’ll be wearing this new high performance and versatile three-piecer from one of our Northern favourites. Trakker’s Core Multi-Suit has been designed to wrestle every weather situation the uncaring Mother Nature has to throw at it.
Comprising of a heavy-duty waterproof outer jacket and trousers, and a dedicated zip-in fleece jacket, the suit can be worn all-together or as individual items. The jacket features a smooth quilted lining so your top layer (hoodie/sweat) won’t snag as you pull it on. Hand-warmer pockets, adjustable quilted hood and a full-length zip with snap-fastening storm guard all merged together to eliminate draughts and increase warmth.
The zip-in fleece can be worn on its own or as an extra insulating layer when fastened in to the outer jacket. This too features a full-length contrast zip, elasticated cuffs and an elasticated and adjustable waist. And as far as thermal waterproof trousers go, the ones supplied are amongst the best to have ever slipped over CARPology’s legs. Like the jacket, they are made from a 5000mm waterproof material and pumped full of a synthetic filling to give you a durable and flexible outfit which is both ridiculously warm and comfortable.
Should you need to leave the lake at any point to stock up on supplies from your local Tesco, thanks to Trakker’s discreet detailing and stylish two-tone colour scheme it means you shouldn’t stand out too much in the queue.
Every winter wanderer needs a cold-weather suit. But this do-it-all outfit from Trakker comes at a price point no other company can match when it comes to performance and style: a mere £99.99! Available in sizes S to XXXL. trakkerproducts.com
Fill in the gaps
1. Merino Socks
These socks put on a tough face when it comes to durability and fit. But the soft wool make-up ensures your tootsies stay comfy and warm. Pair with a set of Brashers for ultimate staying power. “GIMME”: £13.99
2. Polar Foldback Gloves
No more numb nubbins. Whilst rig tying/scrolling through your various newsfeeds fold the mitten flap back. And when you’re less active, flip it back over for total warmth and comfort. “GIMME”: £14.99
3. A beanie hat
The good news: this autumn has been incredibly mild. The bad news: at some stage it is going to get colder – probably Baltic cold – so put one of these on your bonce as soon as it does. “GIMME”: From £12.99