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Clothing, Waterproofs, Hiking Equipment

Trespass

6 Lady Rd, Edinburgh EH16 5PB, UK – 0131 664 3999

Well stocked outward bound shop. Products reasonably priced. Helpful staff who know their trade.

Good equipment at good prices

Mountain Warehouse

126 Princes St, Edinburgh EH2 4AD, UK – 0131 226 3183

Great place for all outdoor wear and equipment. The staff are incredibly friendly and prices are impressive. All around grear value for money.

Lost my receipt only a few minutes from the store but the lovely attendant processed the refund by showing her my banking app statement. Good customer service.

Rohan Travel & Outdoor Clothes & Gear - Edinburgh

86 George St, Edinburgh EH2 3BU, UK – 0131 225 4876

I have only recently purchased items from Rohan in Edinburgh and have found the staff extremely courteous and helpful. Also I am delighted with the quality of the trousers and shirts I bought.. They are perfect for maintaining their shape even after packing - they are not cheap but their quality makes it worthwhile.

My husband...shop-phobic. As his clothes are falling appart, I have to walk him past a Rohan shop and casually push him in. The shop person (ie woman) took a millisecond to understand the situation. He left an hour later with a new and complete wardrobe. I sat quietly while she did an excellent and professional job.

Camping Equipment, Tents,

Leith Army Stores

9-10 Brunswick Rd, Edinburgh EH7 5HW, UK – 0131 556 2337

One stop shop for camping, hiking and general outdoors equipment. Has military gear. . . clothing, kit and personal equipment. Great selection of military boots, hiking footwear, trainer's and casual footwear. Great staff, friendly knowledgeable people. Easily accessed by bus and car, parking is on street.

Went to Edinburgh after a wedding outside side of London, did a search for Surplus stores around. There is a song about "sunshine on the Leith" by this "obscure" little Scottish duo "Proclaimers" eh .... we went for a sea food lunch and hit that mall around there near where all the ship building / maintenance was done. I got her "walking shoes" caught the double decker bus back and then got the opportunity to Check out the store decent price helpful staff and good items for camping and "work clothes" as well check it it out if you are nearby.

Cotswold Outdoor

72 Rose St, Edinburgh EH2 2NN, UK – 0131 341 2063

Prices similar to competitors, but they offer student discount so that's what gets me inside. A fairly large range and big sized shop (not as large as in Liverpool though). Staff friendly, and helpful. Only issue being a couple things didn't have price labels so you would have to find/ask staff.

I find it very difficult to get boots, rucksack and hiking clothing which fit me, to the point where I've just been using stuff I've owned for years which isn't great, but at least I know what the problems are. But after two weekends of not-very-enjoyable hiking, feeling too hot, too wind-blown, and too wet, and constantly trying to adjust by taking things off and putting other things on and then off again, I decided to try Cotswolds (I normally shop at the less pricey Mountain Warehouse). And I'm glad I did: the lovely sales assistant, Sarah, listened really well to what I wanted and didn't want, and found several really good options which fit me and had the features I wanted, and she talked me through several rucksack options, discussing very knowledgeably all the features, and I'm really, really happy with my purchases. I went into the shop feeling I probably wouldn't find anything close to what I wanted - this has happened many times before - and I've come away feeling satisfied that the rucksack and jacket I bought are the best possible options for me. The shop has lots of good stock, but Sarah's help was crucial for me.

Nordic Outdoor

20 Bruntsfield Pl, Edinburgh EH10 4HN, UK – 0131 228 9100

What a fantastic shop for good quality products - bought a reindeer hide at the Edinburgh shop. Had it a few weeks now in our old VW camper and keeps us lovely and warm on the cooler nights and is very soft to the touch. My wife bought me a @gransforsbruk forest axe from the Keswick shop for Christmas which is the most useful tool when camping I think I’ve got. Great quality products and great non biased advice

Fantastic range if clothing and outdoor stuff. Including throwing axes! Great for a wander round and the odd purchase of accessories. Very expensive