66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Neoshell Jacket, Primaloft Jacket, Polartec Pants and Power Wool Base Layer – Best Outdoor Clothing in Iceland!

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Neoshell Jacket, Primaloft Jacket, Polartec Pants and Power Wool Base Layer - Best Outdoor Clothing in Iceland! || The Travel Tester
Wondering what to wear in Iceland? Then check out this 66 Degrees North Clothing Review as The Travel Tester undergoes astronaut training with Space Nation!

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I recently visited Iceland as part of an ‘astronaut training boot camp’, organised by the incredible people from space media and experiences company Space Nation. We got several missions to complete that are similar to the training missions in the Navigator App and for that, we got dressed head-to-toe in 66 Degrees North clothing, Iceland’s oldest outdoor clothing brand.

While I did bring and also wear my own outdoor gear, that I will definitely also review here on the site, of course I took the opportunity to throw in a bonus review for you, because when you’re deciding which clothing in Iceland you need, really, this brand will not disappoint you!

Let’s get right into it:

 

66 Degrees North Clothing Review

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Neoshell Jacket, Primaloft Jacket, Polartec Pants and Power Wool Base Layer - Best Outdoor Clothing in Iceland! || The Travel Tester

 

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66 Degrees North Iceland – The Story

66 North was founded in 1926 by Hans Kristjánsson to make better protective clothes for Icelandic fishermen. The Icelandic weather is infamously extreme and unpredictable and there are different combinations of rain, snow and sun each day. Hans himself lived in the Westfjords of Iceland, where the weather is so harsh, having suitable clothing was simply a matter of life and death! He moved to Norway to learn how to tailor and sew clothing and when he moved back to his home town, he founded “Sjóklæðagerð Íslands” (the Fishermen‘s clothing factory of Iceland), now better known as “66°North”.

The name “66°North” comes from the latitudinal line of the Arctic Circle which touches Súgandafjörður where the company was founded in 1926.

Today, 66 North makes functional clothing for all kinds of outdoor activity. For example, some of their gear is now the new standard issue of the Icelandic search and rescue teams. Trained mountaineers, outdoor professionals and rescue team members test all the products before they are manufactured and since 1926, all 66 degrees clothing is manufactured in their own factories, under close supervision. Today, the majority of the production takes place in 66°North’s factories in Latvia.

 

Iceland 66 North Clothing and Sustainability 

66°North continuously seeks to minimize their environmental impact, show social responsibility and give back to their community. They do this in different ways (as mentioned on their website):

  • They educate their customers about taking the right care of their gear, so it will have the longest possible lifetime
  • They accept all 66°North products that need repair to increase their lifetime
  • They accept all 66°North products for recycling
  • They only use certified down, fur and other animal products from animals that have been treated in humane matter
  • They only work with responsible fabric and accessories suppliers that deliver outstanding quality
  • They only produce 66°North products in responsible production facilities that ensure employees’ well-being and follow regulations about labor, health and safety
  • They use renewable energy in stores and offices whenever available and continuously seek to minimize waste in their environment and in processes
  • They commit to creating an enjoyable, healthy, developmental and fairly rewarded working environment for their employees
  • They contribute to prosperity in communities where they run their offices and production facilities by supporting education, culture and healthy living
  • They se The Higg Index, an indicator-based tool provided by SAC, to measure, evaluate and improve their sustainability performances

 

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Neoshell Jacket, Primaloft Jacket, Polartec Pants and Power Wool Base Layer - Best Outdoor Clothing in Iceland! || The Travel Tester

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The 66 north jackets and pants in action during some of your missions doing outdoor activities in Iceland!

 

 

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THE TRAVEL TESTER IN ACTION

As with all the product reviews on The Travel Tester, I subjected the 66 Degrees North jackets, top and pants to our 5-senses test. Here is what I found:

 

Soft Shell Jacket Women: 66 North Snaefell Jacket Review (NeoShell Jacket)

Here are the features of the Snaefell NeoShell® Shell Jacket:

1. What does it SOUND like?

The website tells me this is ‘The perfect versatile outdoor jacket’, so let’s put it to the test and see if this is true!

2. What does it LOOK like?

This Polartec Neoshell jacket has a simple and classic fit. It has an adjustable hood with integrated visor, two-way front zipper with chin guard, two water resistant zipped side pockets, a zipped sleeve pocket (and adjustable sleeves) and two small inner pockets.

This jacket is available in the colours Red, Storm Blue, Black, Olive, Ox Blood & Northern Light (Neon). The ‘astronauts’ in our campaign had the blue jackets, the crew black. I loved them both! Sizes come in XS, S, M, L, XL and 2XL. I got the 2XL and with everything I wore underneath (base layer, fleece mid layer, the colar jacket that you can read more about next), it wasn’t a size too big for me. While the length of the jacket was on the hips as normal, the sleeves were a bit long, but actually I liked that! With outdoor jackets, I always get a size or two bigger than my usual jacket size, because of everything you wear underneath.

The only thing I didn’t like about the jacket was the inside pocket, as for me, it was too small and a bit too low. I would have liked a bigger pocket that would fit my phone & case better and could be closed off with a zip rather than being an open mesh-pocket as they’ve included in this jacket.

3. What does it FEEL like?

The jacket is made of 53% Nylon and 47% Polyester. I did some research into the fabric and found that Polartec fabric called “NeoShell” is an engineering breakthrough for waterproof breathable fabric technologies. Because of air exchange at the surface, the fabric has the ability to stop water and wind getting inside, without restricting the release of excess body heat and moisture vapor going back out. Normally, it’s either a waterproof jacket or a breathable jacket, but in this case you get both! The Polartec Neoshell waterproof rating is 10,000 mm. No idea what that means, but at least I never got wet! If you want to geek out over waterproof jackets and know the different of Polartec Neoshell vs Gore Tex, then I found these two blogs (blog 1 / blog 2) that can definitely enlighten you. 

Just a quick last note, because of this NeoShell technology, the jacket protects you like a so-called ‘hard-shell’, but it still moves, stretches and breathes like a ‘soft shell’, very comfortable and you don’t sound like a rustling plastic bag either, which is always a bonus.

4. What does it SMELL like?

This jacket is a rock star when it comes to ventilation (through the fabric itself and through the pockets), so there is no chance of you turning into a sweating swamp monster when being active in this jacket.  It is recommended to often wash this Polartec Neoshell fabric and you can add the jacket to the machine at 30 degrees. Use a liquid detergent, no powder and don’t use fabric softener, bleach or dry clean. Just close all the zippers before putting it in the machine and then PPD it (polartec power dry, I just made that up), either by air or low machine dry – that’s all!

5. What does it TASTE like?

I love how this jacket is ergonomically shaped, completely waterproof and very lightweight. Perfect to bring on any future trips! When it’s a bit colder, the jacket alone is not enough, that is why for Iceland, we also received the PrimaLoft Collar Jacket, that I’m reviewing next.

 

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Soft Shell Jacket Women: 66 North Snaefell Jacket Review (NeoShell Jacket) || The Travel Tester

They even branded our jackets with the Space Nation logo, how incredible does that look?!

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Soft Shell Jacket Women: 66 North Snaefell Jacket Review (NeoShell Jacket) || The Travel Tester

Outdoor Iceland Astronaut Training turned out to be the Best Activity for this Polartec Neoshell Review!

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Soft Shell Jacket Women: 66 North Snaefell Jacket Review (NeoShell Jacket) || The Travel Tester

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Soft Shell Jacket Women: 66 North Snaefell Jacket Review (NeoShell Jacket) || The Travel Tester

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Soft Shell Jacket Women: 66 North Snaefell Jacket Review (NeoShell Jacket) || The Travel Tester

I’d say that even though the jacket is better at keeping out water than wind, it’s defnitely Polartec Wind Pro and I haven’t been cold!

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Soft Shell Jacket Women: 66 North Snaefell Jacket Review (NeoShell Jacket) || The Travel Tester

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Soft Shell Jacket Women: 66 North Snaefell Jacket Review (NeoShell Jacket) || The Travel Tester

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Soft Shell Jacket Women: 66 North Snaefell Jacket Review (NeoShell Jacket) || The Travel Tester

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Soft Shell Jacket Women: 66 North Snaefell Jacket Review (NeoShell Jacket) || The Travel Tester

Clips to adjust your hood (but I can never work these things out)

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The Inner Pocket

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Another little pocket on the inside of the jacket

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Soft Shell Jacket Women: 66 North Snaefell Jacket Review (NeoShell Jacket) || The Travel Tester

Hiking up a Volcano in my 66 North Snaefell Parka / Polartec Jacket!

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Soft Shell Jacket Women: 66 North Snaefell Jacket Review (NeoShell Jacket) || The Travel Tester

Inga modelling the black 66 North Snaefell womens parka! 

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Soft Shell Jacket Women: 66 North Snaefell Jacket Review (NeoShell Jacket) || The Travel Tester

Our Camera and Sound crew had to go through some heavy weather, but the jackets definitely helped them!

 

 

Vatnajokull PrimaLoft Jacket Womens (Collar Jacket / Similar to the Mens Primaloft Jacket)

Here are the features of the Vatnajokull PrimaLoft® Collar Jacket:

1. What does it SOUND like?

This 66 North jacket is described as a ‘lightweight jacket that provides exceptional warmth’. Sounds to me like a perfect mid-layer, or even a jacket you could wear on it’s own, so let’s look at the rest of the test if the Vatnajokull jacket does what it promises:

2. What does it LOOK like?

This 66 degrees north jacket is available in the Black, Navy Blue and Pro Orange, and we got the black version, although on the photos it turned out a bit more blue than the jacket actually is. It’s available in sizes S, M, L, XL and 2XL and I had the 2XL (XXL), but the jacket didn’t feel big at all. When I stretched my arms, the sleeves were just normal length and came to my wrists (not over it) and the bottom of the jacket came up to my waist. I wouldn’t have wanted this jacket to be any smaller, because I’m also wearing a base layer under it. So when in doubt, get the jacket one size (or even two) bigger than you would normally do!

The jacket has two zip (‘hand warming’) pockets on the outside, and one little zip pocket on the bottom of the inside of the left panel. The outside pockets can fit your gloves and your phone, for example, but the inside pocket can only really fit some money/keys or something small like that. The main zipper is made up of two parts, so you can also zip the bottom of the jacket open a little, which is always something I really like with jackets, because I have wide hips and give myself just a little more space that way. The hem and sleeves have elastic binding.

3. What does it FEEL like?

They were right: this 66 north vatnajokull jacket is light as a feather. You’d expect there to be down in it (which I am highly allergic to), but lucky for me, the shell and lining is made of 100% Nylon Ripstop and the Insulation is 100% Polyester (insulated with 133 g/sqm). The jacket has a ‘DWR (durable water repellent) finish’, which is a coating added to fabrics at the factory to make them water-resistant.

This all means you can also easily machine wash it and rinse it with mild detergent in cold water (although the label then also says 40 degrees, so I just washed it on 30 degrees to be sure), followed by a low tumble dry (I just air dried it, and that worked just fine, it dries pretty quickly). Just make sure that when you wash it, you close all zippers and take it out from the machines as soon as they’re done. Don’t use bleach, fabric softener or dry cleaning and don’t wring, iron or steam the jacket and you’ll be fine!

4. What does it SMELL like?

I went on the website of Primaloft, and they wrote that this microfibre blend was originally developed to serve the needs of the U.S. Army, who desired a water resistant, synthetic alternative to goose down. So to me, that smells like a high-quality product. The label of the jacket tells me I’m wearing a ‘Gold Insulation’ jacket (there is also silver and black), which is the benchmark in performance of all synthetic insulation.

This means:

  • The fabric has a high warmth-to-weight ratio, so you don’t need bulk to stay warm
  • The fabric absorbs less moisture from the start so you stay drier and warmer
  • The fabric is breathable as it encourages the passage of moisture vapor to keep you from being cold or clammy
  • The jacket packs down easily for stashing in small places and for layering
  • The jacket gives you all the warmth you need with little weight
  • The jacket enjoys unsurpassed softness that feels great on your body and contributes to a flattering fit

5. What does it TASTE like?

Because this jacket is compressible (meaning you can fold it up super small) and it doesn’t weigh a thing, this is a perfect jacket to bring travelling when you can’t bring too much, don’t really need a very warm jacket, but want to bring one just in case. I can definitely see myself bring it on future travels, and to be real honest, I am wearing it at home when it’s cold behind the computer as well. The jacket is very comfortable, it wears like a vest/cardigan almost!

 

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Vatnajokull PrimaLoft Jacket Womens (Collar Jacket) || The Travel Tester

The Best Primaloft Jacket in 66 North’s Range when it comes to outdoor clothing Iceland

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Vatnajokull PrimaLoft Jacket Womens (Collar Jacket) || The Travel Tester

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Vatnajokull PrimaLoft Jacket Womens (Collar Jacket) || The Travel Tester

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Vatnajokull PrimaLoft Jacket Womens (Collar Jacket) || The Travel Tester

Wearing the jacket in the car (with loads of other clothing underneath)… not wanting to go out in the rain!

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Vatnajokull PrimaLoft Jacket Womens (Collar Jacket) || The Travel Tester

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Vatnajokull PrimaLoft Jacket Womens (Collar Jacket) || The Travel Tester

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Vatnajokull PrimaLoft Jacket Womens (Collar Jacket) || The Travel Tester

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Vatnajokull PrimaLoft Jacket Womens (Collar Jacket) || The Travel Tester

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Vatnajokull PrimaLoft Jacket Womens (Collar Jacket) || The Travel Tester

The jacket modeled by Alex

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Vatnajokull PrimaLoft Jacket Womens (Collar Jacket) || The Travel Tester

The primaloft jackets worn underneath our snaefell iceland jackets! Perfect fit!

 

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Neoshell Jacket, Primaloft Jacket, Polartec Pants and Power Wool Base Layer - Best Outdoor Clothing in Iceland! || The Travel Tester

What to wear to iceland? These Astronauts know the answer :)

 

Snaefell NeoShell Polartec Pants Womens (Similar to Polartec Pants mens)

Here are the features of the Snaefell Polartec® NeoShell® Trousers / Pants:

1. What does it SOUND like?

This is a pair of “outer layer trousers designed for optimum performance”, according to the 66 North website. Sounds like it can take on a good outdoor adventure, so let’s test it and see what we think!

2. What does it LOOK like?

These polartec neoshell trousers are very simple, with just a small 66 North logo on one of the legs and no frills anywhere else. There are no back pockets, just one small front pocket on the left and long (up to the knee), water resistant zippers on each of the legs (so you can put it on OVER your shoes, which is great), with a small button at the bottom and a velcro ankle tabs to tighten the legs in case of heavy wind/rain. Other than the water resistant front zipper + button, there are no real other details, apart from perhaps the light stitching at the knee-section of the pants, but that’s barely noticeable. I like that the pants are so clean, although side pockets would have been something I always like in pants, so I missed them here for sure.

These pants only come in black, in the sizes XS, S, M, L, XL and 2XL. I got the XL and it fitted perfectly. I have super wide hips and heavy legs, and this pair fitted me like a glove, no need to go bigger than this. I’m 1 m 73 cm (5 foot 6), so I guess that when you’re a bit shorter and slimmer than me, I’d go a (few) size(s) down. If you go one size bigger than your normal pant size, you should be fine.

3. What does it FEEL like?

The pants are made out of 53% Nylon and 47% Polyester. It sounds like these pants are going to feel like ‘plastic’, with all the rustling that comes with that, but I’m happy to say it’s the complete opposite. The fabric actually feels pretty soft and while it does make a little sound when you walk, it’s definitely clear that it’s made of high-quality materials.

Because the pants have a loose fit, they are really comfortable, even if you’re a bit heavy built like me and when you’re also wearing a base layer underneath. Actually, besides my merino base layer, I also wore another pair of hiking pants under it, and it still fit me really well. In the waist, there is an integrated webbing belt with plastic buckle that you can adjust and an elasticated rear waist. This means it can stretch pretty far and will fit pretty much anyone!

4. What does it SMELL like?

We’ve put this pair of polartec trousers through the test and did all our missions in them, going from sun to rain, to even light snow and got them pretty dirty sitting on the muddy ground every now and then. The pants ended up dirty, but not smelly at all and it was super easy to clean them afterwards, leaving no trace, really.

You can wash them like you’d normally would, on 30 degrees is probably best. You can tumble dry it on lower temperature, but it dries so quickly, I’d just let it air dry. Don’t bleach, iron or dry clean the garment, and you’re fine!

5. What does it TASTE like?

I have been so happy wearing these neoshell pants, especially because they were super comfortable and were so great in holding out the cold wind and rain, so this is a pair that I’ll definitely pack for any future adventure/outdoor trips. Also because they are really light in weight and can be rolled up quite small, it’s perfect for lightweight travel. Definitely another case of polartec clothing for the win!

 

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Snaefell NeoShell Polartec Pants Womens || The Travel Tester

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Snaefell NeoShell Polartec Pants Womens || The Travel Tester

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Snaefell NeoShell Polartec Pants Womens || The Travel Tester

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Snaefell NeoShell Polartec Pants Womens || The Travel Tester

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Snaefell NeoShell Polartec Pants Womens || The Travel Tester

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Snaefell NeoShell Polartec Pants Womens || The Travel Tester

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Snaefell NeoShell Polartec Pants Womens || The Travel Tester

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Snaefell NeoShell Polartec Pants Womens || The Travel Tester

Wearing the 66 north snaefell pants while paragliding! 

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Snaefell NeoShell Polartec Pants Womens || The Travel Tester

What to wear in Iceland in May/June? Definitely the Womens and Mens Polartec Pants

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Even in heavy rain, we were totally safe from all the elements :)

 

 

Egill Polartec Base Layer: Power Wool Zip Turtleneck

Here are the features of the Egill Polartec® Power Wool® Zip Neck:

1. What does it SOUND like?

The website calls this a ‘athletic-shaped long sleeved zip turtleneck’, and that pretty much is what it is. Used as a base layer, you wear this shirt under your other layers of clothing.

2. What does it LOOK like?

The colour of this shirt is “Heather Grey”. It’s the only colour available and not too exciting, but then again, this is a base layer, so it will be hidden from view most of the time. The shirt is pretty simple, with just a small logo on the chest and no other prints or details anywhere else.

The shirt comes in the sizes: XS, S, M, L and XL according to the website, but when I looked at the tag of the shirt I got, it said 2XL (or in the shirt itself: XXL)! The shirt fitted me loosely, but wasn’t too baggy, so I can definitely recommend getting a larger size than what you usually would take for your base layer. The shirt is also not very long at the bottom.

As you can see on the photos below, the shirt has a bit of a grid texture. This is because the wool in this shirt is entirely woven, there is no glue used like in most of these type of shirts.

3. What does it FEEL like?

First of all, this shirt feels super soft to the touch. The fabric is really supple and it has shape recovery, so even when you pack it in the bottom of your suitcase, it will get out of the bag with hardly any wrinkles. The label says it’s 69% Polyester and 31% Wool. You can wash it on 30 degrees in the washing machine, but don’t put it in the dryer, iron or dry clean it. No need for that, really, because it dries quickly, as you can read below:

4. What does it SMELL like?

The Egill shirt is made of so-called ‘Power Wool’, the first natural synthetic-hybrid fabric of its kind. I checked the website and they gave me a lot of information. In short, by isolating a merino wool interior and a synthetic fiber exterior, they developed a hybrid fabric with distinct surface features to optimize wicking, breathability and durability.

One of the best benefits is that this fabric is fast drying and highly breathable. It is therefore also naturally odor resistant, so no matter how much you sweat, nasty smells will be pretty much non-existent. protects you from feeling wet and cold after extreme activities.

5. What does it TASTE like?

As I brought my own merino wool base layers with me, I mostly used those to test them, but I wore this Egill longsleeve one day during our long car rides and it was super comfortable. It definitely tastes like more and I will wear it in the future on another trip for sure. As I’m someone who is always cold, I can see myself wearing this under my daily clothing to keep warm on some days as well!

 

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Egill Polartec Base Layer: Power Wool Zip Turtleneck || The Travel Tester

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Egill Polartec Base Layer: Power Wool Zip Turtleneck || The Travel Tester

What to wear Iceland: Layers, Layers, Layers! Here, Alfredo is modelling the Egill shirt, and I’m in the back with another base layer that I’m reviewing soon!

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Egill Polartec Base Layer: Power Wool Zip Turtleneck || The Travel Tester

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Egill Polartec Base Layer: Power Wool Zip Turtleneck || The Travel Tester

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Egill Polartec Base Layer: Power Wool Zip Turtleneck || The Travel Tester

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Egill Polartec Base Layer: Power Wool Zip Turtleneck || The Travel Tester

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Egill Polartec Base Layer: Power Wool Zip Turtleneck || The Travel Tester

I didn’t really have photos where I wore the shirt, except this one (ps. I’m making the Eiffel Tower with rope)

 

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After our 5-senses test, we’re ready to answer our final (and perhaps most important) question in our 66 North Review:

 

6. Does this product make us happy?

I cannot express how grateful I was that 66 Degrees North donated all these pieces of clothing to our entire team in Iceland. It was simply put the best possible clothing we could have wished for the circumstances: active, outdoor, heavy weather and still looking great on camera! For sure, this is highly technical gear and therefore definitely not an economy purchase, but I can see how all of these pieces will last me a lifetime. I cannot wait for the next adventure where I get to bring one or more of these items and do some more testing!! All we really need now is a 66 Degrees North UK / US shop! Fingers Crossed!

 

66 Degrees North Clothing Review: Neoshell Jacket, Primaloft Jacket, Polartec Pants and Power Wool Base Layer - Best Outdoor Clothing in Iceland! || The Travel Tester

 

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GET YOUR OWN 66 NORTH CLOTHING

What is it?

Outdoor Clothing by Icelandic Brand ’66°North’ (66 Degrees North)

 

How Much?

Snaefell NeoShell® Shell Jacket – €400 / £350 / $470
Vatnajokull PrimaLoft® Collar Jacket – €275 / £250 / $335
Snaefell Polartec® NeoShell® Trousers –  €300 / £275 / $370
Egill Polartec® Power Wool® Zip Neck – €100 / £90 / $120

So, as you can see, this clothing is NOT cheap, but believe me: it will last you a lifetime and you won’t regret it! If you ever get to visit Iceland, perhaps see if there is a 66 Degrees North clothing sale going on in one of their shops. They are also in Denmark! I don’t believe there is a 66 Degrees North outlet yet (it wasn’t even stocked in many of the UK outdoor gear specialist shops), but perhaps if the brand gets more visibility, this might change in the future. I hope it does!

 

Website?

www.66north.com

 

Get Social!

You can find 66°North on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

 

What Shoes to Wear in Iceland? 

If, after reading this review on Iceland outdoor clothing and best coats to wear in Iceland, you’re probably also wondering what the best shoes or boots to wear in Iceland are, I can recommend reading my review of the Brasher Women’s Country Walker Boots. I wore them most of the times during this trip and couldn’t have wished for better support and waterproofness when it comes to best footwear for Iceland!

Brasher Women’s Country Walker Walking Boots Review: Classic Design with Comfort and Performance || The Travel Tester

 

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Disclaimer: I received all the gear mentioned in this review from 66° North as part of the #SpaceNationIceland campaign in Iceland, organised by Space Nation. All opinions in this article are 100% my own. 

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