Distinctive new colour scheme? Oh yes, it's distinctive o.k. but who would wear it?
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If you like those colours I can recommend a visit to Epicentre's top floor of the Ambleside shop. It sells off good stuff very cheap IF you can bear the colours that noone else would wear. We are talking those awful greens that OM told us was THE colour for 2012 season. Oranges that would make any citrus fruit rot before your eyes.
Still, they are good clobber at amazing prices so perhaps it's a compromise worth it for top notch clothing??
Nah! Only joking!
BTW please be aware that MHW cags like point 5 are kind of a boxy fit. Good for the average height, average girth punter.
The person designing it must be colour blind or on Magic Mushrooms.
Mal Mawr wrote (see)
Sceptical Bastard (Skip) wrote (see)
Hmmm, turquoise and orange doesn't really do it for me. If I went night walking a lot I'd be less bothered but I wouldn't walk into a pub wearing it.
I think it is something to do with people wanting to pass through the countryside unobserved... but then arguably they should go for camouflage and MoD gear
Im with you on the colours though. Its nice with something else than black and grey!
I like black with red zips like my MRT limited edition Montane windshirt. Looks good, fairly sober colour scheme but has a bit of colour to the zips and transfers on the arm.
I also like my bright blue Rab VR jacket. Think they call it "ink" or something. Colour is nice but I do think if any colour is verging on flourescent it is ot nice IMHO. Also I don't suit green of any shade especially the near flourescent lime green!!
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