A man running in technical climbing clothing
A man climbing rocks in KESTIN Outdoor Garments

We first introduced our Outdoor Garments collection in October last year, as a dive into technical outerwear designed to stand up to the harsh Scottish weather, whether in the countryside or city centre. As we move into summer and the weather gives a little respite, our second installment of Outdoor Garments focuses more oxn exploring the rough Scottish trails, over rocks and rivers, bogs and beaches, with performance front of mind.

We travelled to the other-worldly coastline of Seaton Cliffs, Arbroath, with an experienced ultrarunner field testing the capsule over the jagged and uneven terrain, travelling down to the imposing Deil's Heid rock.

A close-up of CORDURA Ripstop logo tags.
A man running up hill in KESTIN Outdoor Garments clothing
A hiker wearing a green top and navy shorts from KESTIN
A man running over a camera wearing technical clothing

Designing performance gear for Scotland is always a challenge - the sun can get surprisingly warm through the summer months, however the strong winds and rain never fully let up. It's important to balance durability, weather-resistance and weight.

 This lead us to a CORDURA® 2-Way Stretch Ripstop.

The SS24 installment consists of our Aberfeldy Windbreaker - a panelled zip-neck pullover with an adjustable fit - and the Edra Active Short, with a three pocket design including a zippered rear pocket, and an elasticated/drawstring waist. Lightweight and packable, both silhouettes are available in Navy and Olive.

A man walking in front of red rocks on the Scottish coast
A blurred picture of a man running past the camera
The zip on the KESTIN Aberfeldy Windbreaker
A silhouette of a man zipping his jacket up