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Back in 1965 when Craghoppers hit upon the idea of turning a passion for travel into a bona fide business,the team felt like they were embarking on an exciting and at times perilous trip into the unknown. Looking back, their perseverance paid off and Craghoppers is now recognised as a global outdoor and adventure travel specialist.

Our History

The world may have moved on over the last 50 years but our mission today is the same as it was all those decades ago – to create comfortable and practical clothing ranges to help our customers stay on the trail as long as possible. And every year, we get that little bit better. By introducing new designs, using the latest technologies and bringing to the mix that special spirit of innovation our products are more comfortable, lighter, more waterproof, insulating and sun protective than ever before.

We are now the world leader in outdoor and adventure trousers and one of our greatest successes is NosiLife – a complete lightweight adventure collection that provides permanent and safe protection against biting insects and the diseases they transmit. We believe it has made a real difference to hot-climate travel.

Moments where we’ve thought “this is it; this is where I want to be”

Today we are privileged to share our wanderlust with millions of people – fellow voyagers who are as keen as we are to explore the furthest reaches of our beautiful planet and to share their experiences with others.


Together we stand stronger. Though we are currently starved of our actual adventures – we can still dream. We can still plan. We can still be inspired by the many like minded adventurers out there that crave the very same thing.


By Eva Bouwer, The Sunshine Journey As part of my journey to travel & volunteer around the globe, I traveled off to Nepal this March in search for adventure. To experience the unique beauty of Nepal’s nature, I chose Chitwan National Park in the South of the country.


Since travelling isn’t an option right now and we’re finding ourselves reminiscing on past holidays – we wanted to create a series that still keeps them in your calendar, staycation style. Who said you couldn’t bring a piece of your favourite city to your home? Not us…