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7 inspiring Christmas gifts for adventure enthusiasts

The festive countdown is officially on and with it the opportunity to treat your favourite people. Need a helping hand? Don’t miss our handy Christmas gift guide, your one-stop-shop for people who love to explore… 

At Montane we believe the greatest gift of all is the opportunity to get out and enjoy the great outdoors. That’s why for over 25 years we’ve engineered innovative outdoor clothing, so more of you can immerse yourself in the natural world and reap the rewards that await you there. 

With adventure high on many people’s agenda in 2022, we can’t think of a better gift this Christmas than something you know your family and friends can put to good use. So, to help take the hassle out of trawling the internet (and shops) for hours on end, we’ve rounded up our favourite pieces of Montane kit. Consider this our gift to you! 

Tried and tested by mountain experts in extreme environments, these are items that are guaranteed to enhance a wide range of outdoor activities, from hiking to running and climbing. From a fantastic range of practical stocking fillers, to essential technical outerwear – we’ve got it covered.  

Official Christmas gift guide
Chief - A versatile stocking filler that can be used as a face covering
Lightweight Heritage T-Shirt | Great for bigger adventures and everyday use.

 

Top out bobble beanie | Keep their heads warm this winter – available in a range of colours.
Prism Bootie Slippers | Cosy, lightweight, packable footwear – perfect for camping.
Protium Fleece - An essential layering piece for winter adventures.

Chonos Jacket - Treat him to a luxury fleece this Christmas.

Looking for more ideas? No problem! Head to our website to see our official Christmas gift guide, featuring tons more ideas for a wide range of adventure enthusiasts, including hikers, runners and climbers. Alternatively, for those unsure of what to get, don’t forget we also have gift vouchers available to order.  

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