Whatever outdoor activity you prefer to do it’s important to be kitted out with the appropriate women’s outdoor clothing for the weather conditions and terrain.
January brings cold and wet weather to the UK, with snow coming to Europe and occasionally Scotland. An insulated jacket is going to keep you warm, dry and comfortable for hikes and belaying while a shell jacket and waterproof over trousers will stop the rain. Shell style coats and pants are more suitable for more strenuous activities such as climbing, trail running and backcountry touring - letting excess hot air escape while protecting against the elements.
With spring comes better weather, longer evenings and more chance to enjoy the outdoors. Shirts, dresses, shorts all let air circulate around your body cooling it while technical fabrics wick away moisture for even more cooling and comfort.
As autumn sets in it time to wrap up in a buff, put a beanie under your helmet and put on a pair of gloves to stop the wind biting at your hands. And once you’ve finished your exercise for the day there is nothing better than relaxing on the sofa in a soft, oversized hoodie.