Way back in March I was offered the chance of a lovely freebie, my choice of Jackets or Footwear from GO Outdoors. Now usually I am very quick to say 'thanks but no thanks', this Blog is not for advertising purposes or to earn me money, it's my diary of our day to day lives, but on this occasion I thought a perusal of their website would be interesting.
And I found this lovely 3-in-one jacket, so I said 'yes please' and for the sake of a Blog post about something I really like I got a wonderful freebie. (It's at a brilliant price at the moment too.)
Modelled brilliantly by Lovely Hubby's gorgeous sister Alison, in the top photo when she needed a waterproof coat for our drizzly day around Conwy. Gosh I hope her modelling fees are low enough for me to afford, maybe another bottle of Port will suffice!!
Talk about glamour on a grey day, and don't they look very matchy, matchy :-)
The inner fleece layer is a jacket in it's own right ....
...no struggling with the layers separating either as the sleeves attach firmly to the end of each other.
The zips that hold the two layers together become the zips of the fleece.
Am I just easily pleased or is this really ingenious!!
Back together this is how it looks.
And you can find this particular jacket HERE
Modelled not so well here by me in the bathroom, the only mirror that would show all the jacket. I was thinking 'ooh look I've moved the plant to the other end of the windowsill since this picture was taken' ....... and then I realised .... mirror image ... duh!!
Currently the fleece is free from it's waterproof friend as in this warmer weather the two are brilliant apart. A waterproof jacket that is not too bulky or warm and a lovely lightweight fleece to put on over a t shirt for that late night walk round the paddock with the dogs.
Many thanks to GO Outdoors for the opportunity to review this jacket.
My opinions are all genuine (would you expect anything less from me) and if any other company wants to send me freebies they really do HAVE to be quality things that actually fit our lifestyle and ethos and be things that I do actually need and use.