Gear Review: Yew Clothing Everywhere Extreme

Yew Clothing are a sports and outdoor clothing company that makes ethically sourced clothes from environmentally friendly and sustainable materials. The company provides a range of durable technical tops, base layers and jackets made from 100% recycled polyester from consumer waste. This means that the fabric used to create them is produced from re-processed plastics like drinks bottles, helping to reduce waste and using much less energy to produce than brand new fibres

The Yew Everywhere Extreme is a general-purpose base-layer made with a lightweight wicking fabric featuring flat-lock stitching as well as seamless shoulders to avoid chafing. They come in a range of colours and feature a reflective print and contrasting side panels. Prices for the short sleeve is £25.00 (sterling) and the long sleeve £27.50 (sterling).

I found the top very comfortable and light to wear and extremely breathable, keeping me cool and fresh. The top is of good quality and after extensive use by myself both while jogging and hiking, shows no signs of wear and tear. I really can’t fault this top either from an asthetic or comfort point of view and the fact that it is environmentally friendly is to be commended.

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