Craghoppers started making clothes specifically designed for the outdoors back in 1965.
Now they have a wide range of outdoor and travel clothing ranging from walking trousers and travel shirts to waterproof jackets and insulated fleece jackets for men and women. With innovative technology like the Nosquito insect repellent fabric in the NosiLife clothing, to perennial classics like their Kiwi range,Craghoppers have you covered every step of the way.
You’ve packed your passport. Prepared all the paperwork. And planned your journey down to the last detail.
But have you really covered all the bases?
Whether you’re heading for the extreme, penetrating cold of Everest or the heat and humidity of a tropical rain forest, the clothing you take with you will be an essential part of any journey – and paramount to your comfort.
Heat exhaustion and sun stroke in the jungle can be just as life-threatening as frost bite in the bone-chilling cold.
If you’re travelling to tropical climes, UVF-protected clothing is an essential – and that’s where Craghoppers come in, with shirts and trousers designed to combat the worst of the sun’s ultra violet rays. Their NosiLife range has been equipped with built-in anti-mosquito repellent too, giving protection against diseases – including malaria – caused by these deadly insects.
Craghoppers began life nearly half-a-century ago, when a group of climbers started up their own outdoor clothing line after struggling to find the right gear for their successful assault on Everest.
Travelling the World in Search of Inspiration
Since then, the company has been travelling the world in search of inspiration, stamping its authority on the travel and adventure-wear industry and putting the prototype of every new Craghoppers’ product to the test in the field.
Comprehensive trials on expeditions to almost every corner of the globe have led to the creation of some of the most successful outdoor fabric technology around, including SolarDry sun protection, NosiLife insect-repellent treatment, AquaDry waterproofing, and the true travellers’ friend, the minimum-iron Wash and Wear casual clothing collection.
Their Kiwi range, which in 15 years has sold in excess of two million pairs of cargo and convertible trekking trousers and long and short sleeve shirts for men and women, is designed specifically for life in the great outdoors.