As we move into the warmer spring months, Shackleton has launched a Post Expedition Season Sale of up to 60% off select lines of outerwear, knitwear and accessories. Here's what the press have been saying about the current collection.
Before the team turns its attention to development and testing over the summer months, Shackleton is opening a sale of up to 60% off on certain ranges of performance apparel.
As has been the case since the launch of Shackleton in 2016, our mission is simple: Shackleton aims to inspire and equip the modern pioneer by developing high-performance outerwear and knitwear that is unrivalled in comfort and warmth. But don't just take our word for it...
WHAT THE PRESS HAVE BEEN SAYING
"Everything in Shackleton's extreme-weather range is designed to keep you warm and stylish – even when the temperature drops below zero. With plush sweaters ideal for layering and down-based performance gear to help you battle the cold, they're classic pieces you'll want to hang on to forever." – Evening Standard
"The Nelson has got a delightfully soft feel to it along with a great amount of warmth for its weight – while other baselayers are comfortable, the Nelson is next level. One of the best things about it is just how bloody good it looks." Adventure Travel Magazine
"Responsibly made and field tested in the Arctic and Antarctic, the Endurance Parka is one of the warmest we've tried on." – Robb Report
"The ultra-light yet ultra-warm Endurance Parka packs down into a tiny little bag when not in use, whether that’s after reaching a Pole at the ends of the Earth or at your desk following a particularly frosty commute." – Coach Magazine
“Warmth isn’t the only thing on offer here. The Endurance oozes the sort of quality you’d expect from such a premium-priced garment, with everything feeling well designed and manufactured to a high standard.” – Adventure Travel Magazine
"Having tested the Frank Hurley for a month, wearing it to search for and photograph Przewalski's horses, ride camels and go on a dog sledding expedition deep in the Mongolian countryside, the jacket has kept up with everything that Mongolia has thrown at it – snow, -24ºC temperatures, bone chilling wind, animals… you name it.” – Forbes