Showing posts from January, 2023

Carrier Goods - Brand Profile

 In 2020, two designers and outdoor lovers founded Carrier Goods. The creator's intense love of the outdoor gave birth to the business. Carrier Goods combines innovation and distributive approach with research and design and function, blurring the distinction between indoors and outdoors.   The brand dismantles the conventional definitions of what constitutes street wear and what constitutes outdoor apparel. With utility and contemporary design at the center of Carrier Goods DNA, a collection of winterized basics that are created using air light water resistant materials, stretch nylons, and breathable rip stops. The loose Alpine pants are coupled with silhouettes that evoke vintage ski wear and include exquisite movement elements and practical fastenings. Every shape is gender neutral and made to be worn and enjoyed by anyone. The boundaries between cities and environment are becoming more hazy as the need to discover one's "self" and "home" grows. I am exc

Berghaus - Brand Profile

For the Berghaus Brand, the start was quite simple. ''It all started when climbers and mountaineers from the North East of England became irritated by what they perceived to be a shortage of quality outdoor gear and decided to import and sell their own.'' The British outdoor gear and apparel company Berghaus Limited was established in Newcastle upon Tyre, North East England, and now has it's main office there. Peter Lockey and Gordon Davidson, two climbers and mountaineers, started it in 1996 with the intention of importing and distributing outdoor gear. The LD mouintain centre was the name of Lockey and Davidson's outdoor shop in Newcastle. They started creating and manufacturing their own goods in 1972 to sell at their store. They gave their company the name 'Berghaus' which means ''Mountain House'' in German.   In 1977, Berghaus became one of Europe's pioneers users of GORE-TEX fabric, a new waterproof and breathable fabric. This

Field Notes - The “Kraft Plus” Edition

Field Notes always produce a quarterly edition, and this quarter is quite a special one, they bring you the Field Notes "Kraft Plus" Edition , three sets of 2 pack goodness.   Field Notes quarterly editions can be wild and complicated masterpieces, just look at Hatch or Underland to see how complicated they can get. With this set, Field Notes decided to calm it down a notch and to make it a set that was more affordable and within the price range of everyone, so here we have a  2 Pack set for £10. Each set is a different colour, the covers have colours that have been born by working bright anbd opaque transparent ink together and combining into the warm tone and feel of the French Paper companies texturous and fibrous Brown Wrap Packing Paper that the guys at Field Notes have been using forever on the stock Kraft OG sets. If you are in the lovely city of Glasgow, remember and pop instore to pick up a pack or two, also worth noting that not only are the only store in Glasgow