1. Patagonia Tin Shed Hat
This Fair Trade Certified sewn headwear gives you full coverage, making sure you’re protected from both the sun and a bad hair day.
2. Carhartt Full Swing Chore Coat
The jacket features stretch panels for ease of movement, while the broken-in construction means that it won’t constantly ride up.
3. SÜK Boiler Suit
This Melbourne-based ethical clothing brand specialises in creating high-quality overalls and workwear that’s designed to get dirty and endure even the toughest scrapes.
4. Outdoor Voices CloudKnit Sweatpants
From a company that designs apparel meant for the active, these bottoms are soft to the touch while maintaining breathability – perfect for both protection and mobility.
5. Bean Boots by L.L.Bean
There’s a reason why this iconic duck boot, designed in 1912, remains unchanged to this day. Full waterproof protection, thanks to the boot’s sturdy rubber base, means you can tackle muddy and damp terrain without fear.
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This article was originally published in the February 2020 issue of SilverKris magazine