Having a Spring Getaway? Get the Outdoor Look

As we approach the 3rd month of 2011 already and look (hopefully) to put the colder, darker winter months behind us it is time to look forward lighter evenings, warmer weather and for many a mini mid-year break!

With the Government backing an extended bank holiday period to celebrate the Royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, there is an opportunity to have 11 straight days off from the world of work, which for many outside enthusiasts is a dream-come-true. While a large pile of people will head for the airports, increasing numbers will be heading for the English hills as the ‘stay-cation’ trend looks set to continue.

This news makes Ian Brookes, founder of outdoor clothing retailer outdoorlook.co.uk, a happy man, as the discount retail site has a catalogue to compliment any Great British outdoor enthusiast.

“The trend to ‘stay-cations’ is something we picked up on last year and with the cost of flights abroad continually rising, it is no surprise its popular,” said Brookes

With the royal wedding and the festivities that come with it, many people are thought to be even shunning the hills and heading for London to camp. Either way, the right attire is crucial for successful and comfortable trip.

“Our range of outdoor clothing is suitable for the dedicated hiker or the casual camper. The range covers t shirts to socks, fleeces to action trousers.”

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Outdoor Look Are A Step In The Right Direction This Winter

The cold snap which has accompanied British winter time for the past few years has arrived early this year, as we have just experienced the coldest November for many years. For some though, the blustering snow winds and icey terrain merely makes up part of the challenge, as Britain’s most enthused outdoors folk took to the hills with their sledges, skis and walking boots.

With the snow and slightly more treacherous conditions becoming so regular, it is increasingly a standard requirement to ensure you are kitted out for some extremities.

On hand to help and just in time for the possible white Christmas, is Outdoorlook.co.uk, the UK’s leading discount outdoor-wear retailer. Fresh into the Outdoor Look wardrobe are established and popular footwear brand Merrell. Merrell have long understood the art of keeping feet comfortable, and in such uncertain weather conditions this understanding as greater importance.

“We are famous for our discounted outdoor clothing at Outdoor Look, at this winter we are continuing that trend,” beamed an excited Ian Brookes, the founder of outdoorlook.co.uk.

“We are pleased to be offering our loyal customers brands such as Merrell who of course will be sold under the Outdoor Look discount promise.”

“Merrell have in introduced a new great range of winter lined boots this season, which both look and feel great.”

Brookes wasn’t wrong. The new line of Merrell winter lined boots are guaranteed to keep your feet warm, and with Merrell’s best selling Chaemeleon
Leather Waterproof II boot flying out of the Outdoorlook.co.uk warehouse, more customers than ever are experiencing the durability and comfort of Merrell, thanks to Brookes.

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Get Set for Ski Season and Get the Outdoor Look

Christmas is weeks away. With last year being one of the coldest on record in the UK, and with this year set to be even colder, you may not have to travel too far to sample a ski climate, even if there is not quite the same standard of mountain peaks and designated Ski facilities.

November and December sees the unofficial start to the Ski season. A time of glacier skiing can be achieved in select spots in Austria, France and in Switzerland such as the Saas Fee. If you class yourself in this ‘die-hard’ bracket, you are in luck, as online outdoor clothing retailer OutdoorLook.co.uk have released unveiled a new ski clothing category to their range of quality discounted outdoor clothes.

The online retailer, who sell top quality branded outdoor clothing such as Regatta and Craghoppers now sell an extensive range of ski wear from established brands such as dare2b and Helly Hansen.

January into February is where you will find the best snow of the season – and the highest prices and biggest crowds. Across Europe there are destinations to suit anyone, including St Anton in Austria, Morzine in France or the Baqueira-Beret in Spain. If you are intending to ski during this peak season, make sure you grab yourself some savings before you go, like the Trespass Seige Plus Ski Trousers or Helly Hansen Swift Ski Jacket.

Founder Ian Brookes responded to the seemingly ever-increasing popularity of Skiing and recognised the demand for Ski clothing at a discounted price, “The Outdoor Look Ski clothing range covers all you could need for the perfect look on the slopes, combining fashion, functionality and affordability.”

“Skiing can be an expensive hobby, never mind holiday! It’s important to keep the costs down where possible leaving you cash to spend on the things you really enjoy. We are proud of our heavily discounted range at Outdoor Look, which we envisage expanding as the season continues.”

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