Blow away the cobwebs with all the Le Chameau gear for a supremely comfortable and cosy day in the countryside.

The British Countryside - Ready for Exploration
British fields of crops in summer

It's hard to deny that pulling on the layers and heading outside into the cold can sometimes seem like a challenge. Even with the best of intentions, and a list of future New Year's resolutions, it's tempting to stay inside in hibernation mode waiting for warmer weather but in fact, one of the best things you can do in this often gloomy time of year is get outside for a breath of fresh air.

Proven to clear your head, improve your mood, not to mention over all health , and get your year off to a great start, here's our top tips for getting outside now! Be prepared. Nothing is likely to make you want to go back inside more quickly than having cold fingers to wet toes.

With a snug, waterproof pair of Vierzonord, you'll be perfectly comfortable in temperatures as low as -15 degrees. Grab a friend, family member or a furry friend. Walking can be a great way of clearing your head but it's also even more fun with company . When chatting with a friend or playing fetch with your dog, you're less likely to feel the physical effort of walking or notice the cold.

Our Recommended Boots for Long Walks on Cold Days

Men's Vierzonord Neoprene Lined Boot

Men's Vierzonord Neoprene Lined Wellington Boots

Men's Vierzonord Neoprene Lined Wellington Boots

Vierzonord is the boot of choice for everyday country life.

£ 190.00

Women's Vierzonord Neoprene Lined Boot

Women's Vierzonord Neoprene Lined Wellingtons

Women's Vierzonord Neoprene Lined Wellingtons

Famed for being the original rubber boot to feature an adjustable, waterproof gusset.

£ 190.00

Take your camera. This time of year can be incredibly beautiful with ice-tipped foliage, frozen ponds, and skeletal trees. Just make sure you head out early enough before it gets dark!

Go on a scavenger hunt. This is a great activity to do with kids as well as adults. Either keep it simple with kids and look out for a bird's feather, a pine cone, or an animal's footprint or plan a more elaborate treasure hunt with a prize at the end.

Build a bonfire to toast marshmallows. Ok, so this won't necessarily have you walking miles but is the perfect excuse to grab your boots, gather up some twigs and branches and huddle around a fire. Remember to stay at a safe distance away from the house or any bushes.

Whatever you decide to do, make sure you wrap up warm, grab your trusty Le Chameaus, pack a hot flask of tea or coffee, and admire the beautiful scenery around you! Enjoy!

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