Autumn has well and truly arrived, the leaves are falling, we have been collecting conkers and the temperatures have dropped. Phil will be keeping warm this Autumn with a brand new jacket from Jacamo.
We spend a lot of time outdoors as a family and with the weather being somewhat unpredictable the versatile Snowdonia Khaki 3 in 1 jacket is a great choice. Featuring an inner fleece that can be detached and worn separately the jacket is ideal for Autumns changable weather. With the fleece in place the jacket super soft and cosy inside so is ideal for those chilly trips to the park.
The jacket is fully waterproof with taped seams to offer full protection. We put it to the test on a rainy afternoon and it did it's job, keeping Phil nice and dry. As well as keeping you dry the jacket also offers wind protection. Furthermore I am very happy to note that it can be machine washed too! As well as being practical I also like the look of the jacket. The branding is subtle with just small branding to the zip pulls, chest and arm.
It comes in a wide range of sizes from Small to 5XL and the jacket also features velcro cuffs to customise the fit. Phil opted for a Medium and has found that the jacket is true to size for him.
Along with the jacket, Phil also updated his underwear drawer choosing from the large range Jacamo offer. He opted for the Firetrap 3 pack Assorted Boxers. (Don't worry I will spare you photos of my husband modelling them!). The design and quality of these boxer shorts is fab, they feel soft, they look funky and there are different designs available. Like the jacket they come in a wide range of sizes from waist 33/35 upto 62/64 waist. I am assured that they are very comfortable!
**Items received for the purpose of this post, all opinions are my own**
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