New Brands for Spring/Summer 2022

At Fat Buddha Store we are always on the look out for new and exciting brands to join our curated selection. So in this post we thought we would do a round up of the brands that have arrived or are coming soon this Spring/Summer 2022.



Wallet and bag brand Bellroy returns for Spring/Summer 2022 with new colour options for their classic ergonomic wallets in addition to an increased range including bags, kits and accessories. 

From tiny card sleeves to larger full-scale wallets, all of the Bellroy products aim to deliver slim, subtle items that don’t compromise on space or storage. All made from ethically tanned leather using vegetable dye, the wallets provide a surprising amount of protection from such a nimble product. Falling into three different categories: 

Everyday, Travel & Elements, Bellroy aim to cater for all types of situations. One of our most popular in store brands, we stock a wide and varied selection of Bellroy products in a plethora of colours, all designed to remove excess bulk from your pocket.

This season we have also welcomed Iberian grooming brand Hierbas de Mallorca. With a range of grooming products infused with light citrus scents it is the perfect fresh summer brand.

Last Resort AB

For footwear we have independent skate imprint Last Resort AB. With a range of classic skate boarding sneaker silhouettes in a range of premium materials and colours this is one brand not to miss. 



Montane has become synonymous with lightweight and breathable clothing and equipment. For over 25 years Montane has worked closely with serious mountain professionals working in hostile conditions across the globe as a proving ground for garment design. From the British Antarctic Survey to British Mountain Rescue Teams. Professionals who demand the toughest credentials from their clothing and equipment choose Montane.

The first to truly push the limits of single layer mountain clothing with the Extreme Smock and then, later realising the true value of windproof clothing, creating the first super packable, windproof and breathable windshirt - the Featherlite Smock. The Featherlite Smock was probably the most functional and innovative piece of windproof garment design since Fridtjof Nansen, whilst planning the first crossing of Greenland over 100 years ago, realised that the windproof properties of a garment were the secret to moving quickly and comfortably in the mountains. 



Created from idea on a surfing trip founder and CEO, Wylie Robinson, created the first Rumpl returning from the trip and borrowing a sewing machine, the first Rumpl “Puffy” blankets were hand sewn in a cramped San Francisco apartment. After several months using the blankets, they realised they had stumbled on to an idea much grander than just a sleeping bag blanket. The materials typically found in everyday blankets hadn’t evolved in hundreds of years—the entire category wasn’t utilising any of the material innovation that was taking place in apparel, outdoor gear, and activewear. The Rumpl brand was born! Now they make the best blankets on the market, perfect for a trip down to the park or a camping trip this summer.

Tens Sunglasses


No summer would be complete without sunglasses so next up we have the lens experience company Tens. They create sunglasses with the perfect warm lens. Born in Scotland and developed in France & Italy they offer a rangle of iconic shapes with their signature lens.


On the clothing front we have premium outdoor specialist Penfield. Since its founding, the company has continuously conducted research and created new textiles and products to survive all types of adverse weather. The brand's focus is on outerwear, but it also offers lines of print tee and accessories.



We continue to expand our grooming selection at Fat Buddha Store with our latest brand Haeckels. We are always trying to source eco friendly brands and Haeckels not only offer a great range of skin and self care products but they use all natural ingredients and are based locally within the UK.

Haeckels are driven by trying to solve the waste problem – be that through their use of waste natural resources in their products, or presenting packaging solutions to our community that are fully recyclable or compostable.


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