Trespass Florissant Waterproof Jacket Review

When I was contacted by Trespass to ask if I would like to review a jacket, I jumped at the chance. I didn't have a lightweight coat for the summer. We do a lot of walking in the Dales where we live and the weather is rather unpredictable, so something which would keep the rain and the wind out would be perfect! I chose this jacket, the Florissant waterproof jacket in Cornflour blue. It is such a gorgeous colour and I have received so many compliments on the colour whilst wearing it.

Trespass Florissant Waterproof Jacket

I was impressed initially with the number of pockets. I like lots of pockets in my coats! Although my husband despairs when I have lots of pockets because it is harder for me to find things. The adjustable cuffs are really useful. When it's cold and windy you can make them tighter and when it's a bit warmer you can loosen them.

Trespass Florissant Waterproof Jacket Review

You'll have to excuse the awful hair, it was incredibly windy on this walk and we were nearing the end of a 7 mile hike so I was rather tired! The coat kept the wind out and didn't make me too hot, which was the perfect combination. I really love the hood on this jacket. It has a bit of metal in it which seems to make it far less likely to fly off your head when the wind blows. The hood can be concealed as well, which is really useful.

This is my go-to lightweight jacket now. It goes on the school run, hiking, walks to the river, trips to theme parks and holidays. For more information, or to check out other items, check out the Trespass website. The RRP for this jacket is £79.99, but is currently on offer for £37.99. I would highly recommend it for so many different purposes. I have worn it most days since I received it and it has served me well in all weathers so far.

Disclosure: I received this jacket for the purpose of review. This had no impact on my post, which is honest and fair.

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