#GoEverywhere with Royal Robbins | Sustainable Outdoor Clothing Review

No matter how you like to spend time outdoors, Royal Robbins‘ sustainable outdoor clothing collection will meet your needs. Whether you’re walking the dog, hiking, or enjoying an al fresco lunch in the park, their collection of jackets, sweaters, skirts and shorts combine functionality, practicality and style to help you #GoEverywhere.

One of the things I have found with outdoor clothing is that it is often very difficult to find sustainable fabrics, or items made with longevity of wear in mind. I try to buy as much as I can secondhand, but there’s nothing like a new, ethically-produced item, which you know will last you years and protect you against the elements! Thankfully Royal Robbins does not disappoint.

This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Royal Robbins but all opinions are my own.

Introducing Royal Robbins

The company was created by Royal Robbins and his wife, Liz, who were both enthusiastic rock climbers. Their technique when climbing was called “clean climbing”, whereby they would leave the rock face largely untouched when they left it, an ethos that was reflected in their day to day life as well. After visiting Yosemite in the 60s, they realised there was a large gap in the market for sustainable outdoor clothing, and so the Royal Robbins brand was born.

Sustainability

The word ‘sustainable’ seems to be everywhere nowadays, and unfortunately, it seems that greenwashing goes with it. Since I have become more of an advocate for sustainable fashion, I am very particular about which brands I choose to work with. So when the Royal Robbins team reached out to me for this campaign, I asked various questions and did my own research to find out just how sustainable the Royal Robbins brand is.

I was pleased to find that Royal Robbins truly does tick all of my sustainability boxes! Their ethos is very close to my own. Their latest collection focuses on sustainable fabrics such as hemp, organic cotton, modal (made from beech tree pulp) and recycled materials. Each garment is made ethically, with environmentally friendly production methods, without harmful chemicals. Garments are manufactured in factories in Vietnam which are part of the Fair Labor Association, which ensures safe working conditions and fair pay, alongside other companies under the Fenix Outdoor umbrella.

Sustainability is entwined with functionality at Royal Robbins. Being climbers, Royal and Liz needed to create garments that would be stylish, as well as hardwearing against the elements, with simple, functional quirks such as handy pockets and zips. This is outdoor clothing that you can trust will last and will help make your outdoors activities fun and stylish.

Featured Royal Robbins garments

Royal Robbins SwitchForm Waterproof Trench

A waterproof is absolute essential on just about any trip; particularly in the English weather where the rain came come along at the shortest notice! This handy trench is completely waterproof, windproof and breathable, with a visored hood that keeps the rain off your face as you’re walking. You can fasten it right up to your chin to keep out the rain and wind, and the longer length will keep your legs dry. There is a brilliant HeiQ odour-control built into the fabric of the lining, which will keep you fresh, and there’s a handy pocket on the inside too. This trench can also be packed away and turned into a pillow so it’s the perfect travel essential!

Buy Royal Robbins SwitchForm Waterproof Trench. I’m wearing a size Small in Jet Black.

Royal Robbins Connection Reversible Pullover

I love items that are multi-functional and you can wear this fleece two ways! That means you’ve got two outfits in one and can pack less for your trip. One side is a smart grid pattern and the other is fluffy fleece – smart yet cosy for colder weather. The roll neck will keep you warm and comfortable. Pockets at the waist are handy for your phone and keys – and you can zip them up to keep everything secure!

Buy Royal Robbins Connection Reversible Pullover. I’m wearing a size Small in Deep Blue.

Royal Robbins Spotless Traveller Blouse

This gorgeous blouse makes smart-casual easy-peasy. The fabric is pressed with eco-conscious HeiQ Stain Away technology, which helps spills roll away and dirt brush off. In quick-drying fabric, this blouse has sleeves which can be rolled up and fastened with buttons, or worn at elbow-length for a more relaxed look. The pleated front means it looks great tucked in or worn loose, and there’s even a hidden zip pocket to keep small items like your bank card secure. It’s the perfect blouse to smarten up a casual travel wardrobe and its features mean you can still get out and walk in it comfortably.

Buy Royal Robbins Spotless Traveller Blouse. I’m wearing a size Small in Turquoise.


Use the code ROSE20 to receive 20% off your order!

Or you can visit one of Royal Robbins’ UK based stockists below to have a browse in person.

  • Pro Adventure, 41 Castle St, Llangollen, UK, LL20 8RU, 01978 860605 
  • Nordic Outdoor, 6 George St, London, UK, TW9 1JY, 020 8940 8902
  • Open Air Cambridge, 11 Green Street Cambridge, UK, CB2 3JU, 01223 324666
  • Countrywise, 5 Eddystone Rd Wadebridge, UK, PL27 7AL, 01208 812423
  • Outside Main Rd, Hathersage, Hope Valley, UK, S32 1BB, 01433 651936
  • George Fisher, 2 Borrowdale Rd, Keswick, UK, CA12 5DA, 017687 72178
  • Countryside Ski and Climb, 118-120 High St, Stevenage, UK, SG1 3DW, 01438 353086
  • Chaac, 54 Main St, Sleveen, Kinsale Co. Cork, Ireland P17 D398, +353 83 884 8899
  • Call of the Wild, 9 Castle St, Abbeyquarter North Sligo, Ireland, F91 W1XE +353 71 914 6905
  • Call of the Wild, Eglinton St, Galway, Ireland, H91 YK63, +353 91 562 869

This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Royal Robbins. All opinions, however, are my own.

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