Some kind words from our clients…

“I cannot speak too highly of the quality of the Mountain Method 8oz neoprene coated nylon waterproof jacket and trousers.  This centre in the West of Scotland has been using these garments for almost a year with a variety of groups from primary schools to adults without any faults appearing to date.  The cut and sizing is excellent, the taped seams, simple cuffs and full length jacket zips faultless.  The variety of colours available has made sizing by colour so easy.

Whilst the waterproofs are ideal in the really foul weather, the Mountain Method medium weight Ventile anorak has been a star in all weathers from dry, cold and windy to warm, drizzly and misty.  Single layer throughout, with a simple patch pocket, a well cut hood with room for a fleece hat and again simple cuffs, make this garment a favourite to staff and students alike.  Careful attention to seam design in critical areas such as the underarm to body join has proved itself with no damage to report, with the garments in almost daily use this past year – mountain biking, hill walking, rock climbing, canadian canoeing, scrambling or gorge climbs.  The anoraks are routinely washed after each course in an industrial washing machine and quickly dry when hung in our drying room ready for our next group.

The personal service, attention to detail and very quick response to our orders deserves high praise from the team at Mountain Method.”

Peter Richardson, Depute Principal – Blairvadach Outdoor Education Centre

“Mountain method equipment is excellent for our Outdoor Activities. The combination of total waterproofness, excellent design and bombproof construction make their waterproofs perfect for schools and groups. I’ve been involved in taking groups to the Lake District for 2-5 day expeditions for 15 years and the smartest thing I’ve done in that time is buy Mountain method’s coloured rucksack covers. I can now find, monitor and supervise my colour coded groups without the stress. They really have made a real contribution to the safety of my groups whilst maintaining the wild and remoteness – making hands off supervision possible.”

Derek Birch MLC, Assistant Headteacher – Deyes High School