Snugpak, the UK’s leading sleeping bag and insulated clothing manufacturer, is proud to collaborate with Sport Relief in this year’s celebrity challenges to raise money for Sport Relief, helping vulnerable people, across the UK and the world, to live happier, healthier and safer lives.
Snugpak supplied all celebrities with the Torrent jacket, ideal to protect them for the inclement British weather. The Torrent jacket is insulated with exclusive Softie® insulation, and the taped seams make it 100% waterproof, ensuring they were completely dry as well as warm!
It is equipped with a detachable insulated hood that can be rolled away or removed when not in use, and the dual adjusters on the sides and rear of the hood help to provide a perfect fit. The Torrent jacket’s deep hand pockets allow safe storage for gloves or valuables, and the thermal lining helps to keep hands warm and comfortable. There is also a deep hidden chest pocket on the inside of the jacket.
Snugpak‘s Torrent jacket features a brushed polyester neck warmer for added comfort and warmth, and underarm ventilation zips with mesh covering, to allow for ventilation and temperature regulation.
Available in Black, Forest Green & Electric Blue, it has a comfort rating of -5°c (low of -10°c).
The challenges included BBC Radio 1’s Gregathlon: Pedal to the Peaks for Sport Relief, which saw BBC Radio 1 DJ Greg James climbing three of the highest mountains in the UK and cycle the epic distance between them in just five days.
The second challenge is BT Sport Relief Challenge: Zoe’s Hardest Road Home, where Zoe Ball faced hell on two wheels – over five gruelling days she cycled from Blackpool, the place of her birth, all the way to her beloved hometown of Brighton.
The final challenge was The Mother of All Challenges – Over five days, The One Show’s Alex Jones and four inspirational mums embarked on a series of epic challenges across the UK for Sport Relief.
Picture credit – Victoria Dawe