Win a Trespass Corvo waterproof jacket

So January and February are over. Hurrah! Nobody seems to like the first two months of the year. Spring is on the horizon, but there’s still a chill in the air and rain is never far away in Britain. Let us not forget the adage of March winds and April showers after all. So while we wait for the arrival of T-shirt weather, it makes sense to protect ourselves from the elements.

Waterproof jackets like this one from Trespass are just the job. It’s made from Tres-Trex fabric that provides up to 5,000mm of waterproof protection. It also has taped seams to stop any pesky rain water getting through. I think this is a particularly important design feature.

Not least because I recently learned to my cost that the more expensive jacket I bought from another shop doesn’t! I needed to change both my jumper and T-shirt afterwards.

The Corvo jacket is both windproof and breathable, meaning you are protected from the weather without getting too warm. In addition, the hood, cuffs and hem are adjustable for optimal comfort.

It’s also great if you want to travel light. There are no fewer than four pockets – three exterior and one interior. And, let’s face it, you don’t want to be carrying a bag in conditions that would see King Lear yelling at the sky.

Finally, it looks the part too. You can keep the weather at bay and look in the process. A win, win situation.

If, like me, you spend more time than you would like indoors, it can be difficult choosing the right outdoor gear. I never know where to start with things like this. My previous purchase proves that! That being the case, this guide from the team at Trespass should come in handy.

Here’s your chance to win a cobalt Trespass Corvo waterproof jacket. You can use as many of the entry methods as you like via the Rafflecopter widget below. Good luck!

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Disclosure: this is a collaborative post. The image above was provided by Trespass.

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