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The elegance of wool. The weather protection of SympaTex®. The all-weather woollen hat by Mayser.
Your most sensational weather protection is a nice pullover. Warm, water-repellent, windproof.
Made of soft knit. Windproof on the inside. The comfortable elastic windbreaker by Key West, Copenhagen.
Pure cotton, still absolutely weatherproof. Water and windproof due to special micro-wax, but still breathable.
A rarity: The Balaclava made of soft and cuddly polar fleece.
Warming Polartec® fleece – styled like elegant leather gloves. By Loevenich, Germany.
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Everlasting design. Traditional moccasin style. Water-repellent leather. The original Terra boots by Snipe.
Warmer, softer and more interesting than most: The Henley shirt by super.natural.
Sports jacket by Steinbock®/Austria, outdoor specialist since more than 80 years.
Typical: The stand-up collar. New: The lightweight flannel.
Winterproof. Triple trendy. And even pleasantly affordable. Suede, Chelsea fit and rubber sole.
The finest calf suede – weather and winter proof thanks to the ScotchgardTM finish. Made in Italy, Bernacchini.
Classic fine corduroys – now with invisible thermal qualities.
Warm jeans for winter. And yet incomparably lightweight.
Pleasantly warm. But still lightweight and stylish.
Rare functional pima cotton fabric: Protects from the wind, rain and cold.
Thanks to softshell these trousers are slim, light and still warm. And good looking, too. By CMP.
The “breathing” functional jacket – with the patented ventilation system by Geox. In a smart, Italian design.
Waterproof. Windproof. Breathable. And still proper enough for business. The softshell coat by CMP.
Naturally warm. Water repellent. Indestructible. 100% virgin wool. By C.C. Filson.
Copied many times all over the world. Here’s the original from France. The reefer jacket by Saint James.
Velvety fabric. Fleece lining. Versatile, elegant and even machine washable.
Thanks to Polartec® Classic 300, warm in the winter and wind and waterproof. By Aigle.