As you’re probably aware, we’re in the midst of our winter sale.
There’s countless potentially life-changing deals in there, but for those who want a helping hand to guide them through those rails… here’s some items we thought were particularly ace.
Up first, Sam nabbed this Snow Peak smock whilst simultaneously doing his best Quentin Willson impression. As everyone knows, Quentin Willson is a huge fan of Japanese outdoor clothing.
Lucy and Ana both chose these adidas Intack trainers. If you’ve ever hankered for a pair of blue trainers named after a borough of Blackburn, then these are most certainly the trainers for you.
In a past life, Adam earned his crust as a humble shoe-shine boy who spent his days stealing apples from market stalls and walking around with his pockets turned inside-out.
This probably explains his love for Fracap boots and, more importantly, the complimentary brush that comes with them.
Liam, Salford's very own answer to Barry Scott, wouldn't settle for anything less than 100% satisfaction — and neither should you. Choose Baz, choose life, choose two pairs of Burlington socks in a cardboard box.
Meanwhile, the large omnipresent head of Stuart selected this corduroy Battenwear cap. When you’re a floating head with no body, high-quality headwear is of the utmost importance.
Alex picked out this wondrous Patagonia Fitz Roy Jacket. Alex is currently trying to make it big as Manchester’s premier ‘elbow model’, and judging by that photo, he’s well on his way. Just look at those angles! Outstanding.
Grant’s New Year’s resolution is to finally get into Guinness Book of Records. How? By becoming the first person to drag a Ralph Lauren rugby shirt the full length of Oldham Road using only their neck.
His bravery knows no bounds.
And finally, the man known as James Hunter sniped these Hestra gloves. It probably goes without saying, but there really is no better way to start the New Year than with two leather gloves perched joyously on your shoulders.
For more exciting items, head on over to our sale page.