All Weather Wear for October Half Term September 2015

All-weather clothing from Weird Fish this October half-term

For families and couples wanting to get away for a break in the British countryside this October half-term, Weird Fish clothing offers a range of casual wear for women, men and boys, including cotton t-shirts, plaid shirts and waterproof jackets, ideal for cosy layering and staying dry, in addition to bags and accessories.

Based in the heart of the rolling Cotswold countryside, Weird Fish has launched a new Agnetha showerproof jacket (£50) for women, as part of its AW15 collection. Light enough to be used as a packaway, the navy fishtail Parka jacket features a ditsy, daisy print, while the front is fastened with a zip and a storm flap with poppers. While for men, the Starfighter dark navy jacket (£50) is lightweight, breathable and waterproof, with a hood, fully taped seams and a Velcro storm flap over the zip to help keep the wind and rain out.

For those planning to get out and about during the half-term, Weird Fish offers a selection of duffle bags and backpacks, ideal for comfortably and safely carrying all the essentials for a day trip. The Bolakha fishcamo backpack (£21) boasts a camouflage print with striking Weird Fish branding and wide shoulder straps, while the Bearle picnic duffle bag (£15) comes in dark navy, with a draw cord top and an insulated zipped compartment on the bottom - perfect for keeping sandwiches cool for a picnic.

For October half-term campers, Weird Fish also offers a branded Cairns camping mug (£7.50) in a nostalgic, enamel-painted tin design. Ideal for those who want to camp in style, this perfect weekend essential is lightweight and won't smash if dropped.

John Stockton, managing director at Weird Fish comments: “Weird Fish offers the ideal balance between style and practicality. Our comfortable clothing, rainproof wear, sturdy backpacks and camping accessories are ideal for those planning a UK getaway during the October half-term.”

Inspired by its love of the coast and the great outdoors, the brand, which was established back in 1993, produces instantly recognisable clothing. Weird Fish is readily-available in-store and online, with prices ranging from £13 – £99. For more information, visit or call 01242 539535.


Press enquiries: Beth Kendall at Liz Lean PR - / 01202 701828.

January 2015