If you didn’t already know, Hi-Tec have recently launched a bunch of new gear to their urban/outdoor collection at Due South stores, but this jacket and these boots will have you looking extra cool this winter, both in the mountains, and over a couple drinks with mates.
Seriously though, whoever works in the Hi-Tec design team, here’s a double high five for what you’ve come up with in this new range.
Keeping with the times is such an important part of being in the clothing industry, and that’s exactly what Hi-Tec have done in this look I was asked to test out for them.
The Hi-Tec Bridgewater Military Jacket
I just took this jacket on our Easter Weekend away with a bunch of mates to Stilbaai, which had chilly mornings and REALLY nippy evenings, so it was perfect to keep me warm even around the braai in the evenings.
It has a military look to it with adjustable toggles on the inside to pull the jacket onto your middle area and 4 pockets on the outside to store stuff inside, including your hands if they get cold.
It’s 100% cotton with a quilted lining, so it’ll keep you warm all the time.
The Hi-Tec Altitude OX i Waterproof Boots
Oh boy, these boots are cool!! I took them with on our Switzerland Adventure and they didn’t leave my feet for the duration of our time there.
These boots are not your typical hiking boots, they are that and MORE from their trendy color to the technology built to ensure extreme comfort and stability on any surface.
I’ve taken them through Train Stations, tar roads, rocky mountains, slippery iced up roads, snow, rain and not once were my feet sore, wet or cold!
Not only were they really amazing to walk around in, they made me look super cool and on trend too.
The Hi-Tec Altitude OX i Waterproof Boots range from UK Size 6-13 and come in 3 colors, of which I went for the Wheat / Black option.
The outsole is made from Michelin Rubber for multi-surface traction and OrthoLite impressions sock liner with slow recovery foam for extreme comfort.
All in all, they were amazing boots and I cannot wait to go on even more adventures in them.