Keeping the whole family warm and dry this winter with Regatta

Keeping the whole family warm and dry this winter with Regatta

#We have kindly been gifted some items in return for our post

As the cold and wet weather rolls in, many of us like to stick to the warmth of our homes. Regatta kindly sent us some items so our whole family can get out but keep warm!

The great outdoors though, offers us a chance to not only get some fresh air but to clear your mind too. As getting out has now been restricted a bit more due to lockdown, making the most of that time important. You are still able to get out once a day for some exercise, even if this is just a walk, it is a great way to clear your head blow off the cobwebs. With the great British weather being so unpredictable though, making sure you are wrapped up warm and dry is essential. Kayleigh and Ethan were both sent some new waterproof jackets ready for the wet & windy weather arriving.

Keeping the whole family warm and dry this winter with Regatta

The kids grow so quick and as they both walk to and from school, having a waterproof jacket is essential. Both picket parka style jackets with a DWR (Durable Water Repellent) finish. The inside has Thermoguard insulation and quilted panels to keep them warm, They have good size pockets and hood, perfect for the walk to school.

It isn’t just the kids that need to get set for the cold weather though, Regatta also kitted out Daisy. She’s a pug and although she has her pug rolls, her fur is not that thick. Heading out into the rain is not her favourite past time, now though she has her own coat. It is made with the same insulation as the kid’s coats and has a water-repellent exterior. The easily adjustable straps make it easy to put on and remove, especially from an excited pug!

Keeping the whole family warm and dry this winter with Regatta Keeping the whole family warm and dry this winter with Regatta

The weather shouldn’t stop you from getting outside and enjoying a bit of fresh air. Just remember to wrap up warm and make sure you are prepared for a bit of rain here in the UK, then when you all get home you can enjoy a warm cup of tea of hot chocolate.

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