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Polly Clark Reviews: Tiree Leggings and Oronsay Merino-Lite

By Polly Clark The FINDRA Tiree printed leggings high waisted, good looking technical leggings perfect for yoga, trail running and mountain walking and guess what – they’ve got pockets.     Leggings Being a yoga teacher who has a long body and doesn’t have a washboard stomach I’m always on the lookout for leggings that…

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Totally Active: Base Layer Gear Test

By Totally Active Magazine FINDRA Merino base layer fine stripe top £85, 174g (M) The merino used in this 100% merino top is ethically sourced from Australia and spun to produce the finest possible fibres for the ultimate is softness next to your skin. The first thing that jumps out at you about this top…

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Bike Rumor Reviews: Merino Lite and Padded Leggings

by Jessie-May Morgan If you’d asked me in May whether merino wool would be part of my MTB wardrobe this summer I would have said “OK, I know we don’t have sweltering summers in Scotland but the weather isn’t that bad”. That was until FINDRA came along and asked us to review some of their outdoor apparel…

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SCOTLAND’S COLOURS INSPIRE NEW SUMMER DESIGNS – Scottish Field

By Kenny Smith Sustainable Scottish active clothing brand FINDRA has launched its new SS19 Merino-Lite collection. Made from a blend of merino wool, Merino-Lite is the perfect lightweight fabric for summer months. Natural merino fibres have the ability to help regulate body temperature by absorbing moisture and are also odour resistant. The latest collection of…

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Country Walking Reviews: FINDRA Stroma Jacket

As printed in Country Walking Magazine Tested by: Sara Mattick, Editorial Assistant Scottish brand FINDRA have ploughed a lot of eco-sensitivity into this remarkably good waterproof. Its yarn is made of melted-down pellets created from dried coffee grounds and recycled plastic bottles, It’s light and packable, making it ideal for spring and summer walks. I suspect…

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Road CC Reviews: Findra Stroma Technical Jacket

By Lara Dunn for Road CC Verdict: Delivers in terms of design, performance, technology and eco-credentials – that it’s from a UK company is the icing on the cake One of the most immediately interesting things about the Findra Stroma Technical Jacket is that the fabric uses repurposed coffee grounds alongside recycled plastic bottles in…

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Singletrackworld Reviews: FINDRA Stroma Technical Jacket

By Amanda Wishart for Singletrackworld Amanda tests out the FINDRA Stroma waterproof jacket, made with…coffee? Tweed Valley based clothing designer FINDRA has only been on the market since 2014, but has already established a great reputation for its womenswear range. With a strong belief in the importance of layering clothing for comfort, 2019 sees the first…

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Intrepid Magazine reviews: FINDRA Iona Merino Lite

Iona review

By Kate Rawles for Intrepid Magazine   A tad over-exuberant to be back in the hills, I legged it up Black Sails ridge faster than I meant to. I’m really not that fit at the moment, and this really wasn’t that smart. Crouching behind a large boulder to eat a sandwich out of the sleety…

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Michelle Brideau reviews: FINDRA Merino Lite

By Michelle Brideau for her own website Ride On: FINDRA Merino-light, Wool’s Not Just for Winter I’ve always been a fan of wool. Being from Canada, I’ve always had a wool sweater (usually big and chunky) of some kind as part of my wardrobe to keep me warm in winter. When I started cycling, I…

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VeloMe Reviews: FINDRA Stroma Jacket

VeloMe

By Jessica Strange for VeloMe Like women’s mountain bike shorts, a well fitting and functional jacket can be equally as difficult for a brand to get “right”. Because we’re all different shapes and sizes, because we all want different things and because we ride in diverse places, climates and terrains, there are many variables for a brand…

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City Girl Rides Reviewed: FINDRA’s Stroma Jacket

City Girl Rides Stroma

By City Girl Rides Cycling Sustainably Made: Product Review Of FINDRA’s Stroma Jacket The fashion industry, including the makers of our kits, is the second largest pollutant in the world, right behind the oil and gas industry. While consumers are shifting towards ethical and sustainably made products, think zero waste, reusables, sustainable fashion, green living…

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Fiona Outdoors Reviewed: FINDRA Stroma Jacket

Fiona Outdoors Stroma Jacket with rain drops

Our Stroma Jacket was released at the start of March 2019, and we sent Fiona Outdoors one to review before it came to the market. We really believe in this jacket, and two years of our heart and soul is in it, so we really hoped Fiona loved it as much as we do! I…

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Fiona Outdoors Reviewed: Padded Cycling Leggings

Fiona Outdoors Leggings

In February 2019, we sent Fiona Outdoors a few pieces of FINDRA kit which we thought she’d enjoy reviewing. Here’s her review of our padded cycling leggings which are currently in our Flash Spring Sale! I like that the name of the leggings is nothing fancy. They are padded leggings for cycling. Job done! There…

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Fiona Outdoors Reviewed: Merino-Lite Iona top

Fiona Outdoors Iona review

If you’ve not heard of Fiona Outdoors yet, where have you been?! Her fantastic blog has been going for years, and she provides thorough and honest reviews of kit. Here’s her review of our merino blend top, the Iona. The Iona Merino-Lite top is made from an Australian Merino blend, “created to offer the best…

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Total MTB Reviewed: Arran merino-lite enduro top

Total MTB Arran

By Ryan Oldfield for Total MTB MTB jerseys nowadays are very loud with a busy design however FINDRA seem to have taken a different approach on the stereotypical MTB jersey while still making very effective on the trails…….. FINDRA have opted for just a simple two tone colour scheme with the main colour everywhere apart from the ventilation on…

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Cycling UK Reviewed: Relaxed Fit Shorts

cycling uk short review

Relaxed Fit shorts (women’s): I’ve had a French Navy pair of these shorts for over a year, in which time they’ve served me well off-road in Iceland, touring in the Outer Hebrides, and rolling along in the Surrey Hills. They still look like new, despite tussles with brambles and several hundred miles of wear. They’re…

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Road CC reviewed: Merino-Lite Iona top

The infamous cycling website, road.cc, gave a thorough review of our merino-lite Iona top. Road CC reviews are so detailed, we knew our Iona was in for a really rigorous test, and here’s the final verdict:   Verdict: A very well-fitting, performing and versatile merino baselayer with well-thought-out features Pros: Superb fit, great fabric and nice…

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Adele Mitchell reviewed: Merino-Lite Oronsay top and padded leggings

Adele Mitchell kit review

Adele Mitchell is an award-winning writer and mountain biking blogger. With our mutual love of all things merino (and the colour orange) we were keen to hear what she thought about our merino-lite range and our padded leggings. Autumn is the best season. All blackberries and apples, crunchy leaves and golden sunsets. Nights drawing in, fires…

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Road CC reviewed: FINDRA Caddon merino top

The cycling powerhouse website, Road.CC, took one of our Caddon merino tops for spin. We love their honest reviews and couldn’t wait to see what they made of it. The results are in! Verdict: Super-soft, lightweight jersey that works equally well as a base or mid-layer as the seasons change Pros: Lightweight, soft, seamless Cons: Expensive, limited…

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FINDRA in The Scapa Life Christmas 2017 Gift Guide

Scapa Life Christmas Gift

FINDRA’s ethos is about positivity and supporting one another. It’s about empowering and encouraging women to look good, feel good and perform to the best of their abilities through participation in outdoor sports. Using high quality Italian sports merino wool, their garments are durable, practical and with natural wicking properties. Combined with the innovative seamless…

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Bike Radar reviewed: Relaxed Fit Shorts Denim

shorts review bike radar

We knew the website, Bike Radar, would put our relaxed fit shorts through really tough testing, but that’s what they’re made for. We sent them the denim shorts in a size 12. Highs: Good fit and look, denim style, length Lows: Denim material warm in hotter temperatures, not suitable for wet trails, colour ran on…

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Love the Mountains reviewed: FINDRA Marin top

marin review

At FINDRA, we’re big fans of the Love the Mountains website, so we were so happy when they did a review of our classic Marin merino top. If you are into any kind of cycling and haven’t heard of FINDRA then you need to. The FINDRA ethos is about positivity and supporting one another. It’s…

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Total Women’s Cycling reviewed: Route t-shirt

By Jessica Strange, originally posted on Total Women’s Cycling    Founded at the end of 2014 by outdoors enthusiast and mountain biker, Alex Feechan, the FINDRA brand has been making ripples into waves amongst the UK MTB scene with their uniquely designed clothing for women. We got our hands on FINDRA’s Route Merino t-shirt for some pedal testing. One…

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Meg Hine reviewed: Caddon merino cowl neck

Megan Hine is a survival consultant, celebrity expedition leader, and adventure catalyst. Her vast wealth of experience and knowledge, gained from leading hundreds of expeditions and consulting for TV survival shows across the globe enables her to organise unique experiences for clients to untouched and wild places. She’s the perfect person to put FINDRA kit…

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Megan Hine Talks About Merino Wool

Survival Specialist, Adventurer and FINDRA fan, Megan Hine took a little time out of her busy schedule to talk about how beneficial merino wool is for finding your adventure and loving the outdoors. ADVENTUROUS INSPIRATION ‘The Land of the Long White Cloud’ was a book gifted to me as a child by a relative living in Australia…

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Singletrack reviewed: FINDRA Route merino tshirt

singletrack route review

Our Route merino top is a staple of the wardrobe, perfect for layering up on cooler days or solo wear on warmer days. Don’t just take it from us, we sent our Route in slate grey to Singletrack to see if they thought the same. Overall: A luxury, versatile t-shirt. Wearable in so many scenarios you’ll…

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Road CC reviewed: FINDRA Marin merino

marin kit review

The infamous cycling website, road.cc, gave a thorough review of our classic Marin merino top. Road CC reviews are always so honest, so we had our fingers crossed that they loved it as much as we do! Verdict: Gorgeous looking, comfortable and versatile – and made in the UK A merino baselayer is always useful for…

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Bicycle Times reviewed: Rouler Merino Top

American biking magazine Bicycle Times took time out before Thanksgiving to put our Rouler Merino Round Neck Cycling Top and Betty Merino Neck Warmer to the test. As fans of women’s active outdoor apparel, they were keen to see how our innovative seamless merino wool performed in the mountain bike trails of Pittsburgh. AND THE RESULTS OF THE ROULER MERINO ROUND…

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Adele Mitchell reviewed: Relaxed Bike Shorts

We might be known for our innovative merino wool products but our stylish women’s mountain bike shorts have been getting lots of good press recently. Award-winning writer and mountain bike blogger, Adele Mitchell, has already reviewed our Caddon Merino Wool Cycling Jersey, Betty Merino Neck Warmer and Betty Beanie Lambswool Hat.   Now it’s the turn of our women’s cycling shorts.…

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Too nice for mountain biking? Adele Mitchell’s take on FINDRA.

Adele Mitchell is an award winning writer and mountain biking blogger. With our mutual love of all things merino (and the colour orange..) we were keen to hear what she thought about FINDRA. Is FINDRA mountain bike clothing for women really too good to ride in? Let’s find out. FINDRA is a mountain bike clothing brand exclusively for women. It is…

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Fiona Outdoors reviewed: Rouler top and Betty neckwarmer

Fiona Outdoors specialises in writing about the great outdoors and adventure, so who better to review FINDRA kit? She sent her one of our Rouler tops and a Betty merino neckwarmer to try out. Cycle clothing for women doesn’t need to be all about girlified bloke’s racing kit and shiny, shiny Lycra. The proof is in…

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Singletrack reviewed: Marin Cowl Neck Stripe

Here’s what Singletrack’s reviewer had to say about our Marin Cowl Neck Stripe. At first glance, this is far too nice and far too pretty, to get covered in mud. Nonetheless, this is what I did, albeit weeping inside, and was pleasantly surprised by how resilient it turned out to be. The fabric is one of…

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