As things go from cold to hot in the northern hemisphere and vice versa down south we all find ourselves in the same boat – Tossing up whether to dress for the warm or for the cold and struggling to find a happy medium. Come on a journey through Iceland as we put a few trans-seasonal gems to the test.
Welcome to Iceland:
Population – Not many
Location – Somewhere near the top of the world
Temperature – Low
Daylight hours – Less than we’re used to
When you think of Barney Cools, iconic tropical symbolism generally comes to mind – palm trees, a flamingo or maybe a pineapple. But exploring is in our blood, Sydney is home but the world is our oyster. Yum, Oysters.
As much as we enjoy sipping coconuts on a desert island, wondering into the unknown and throwing ourselves in the deep end has always appealed to our inner explorer. We recently kicked it over to Iceland for a week of roaming about, being dwarfed by gargantuan landscapes and going where out instincts lead us – and often our maps app too.
From desert island to a predominately deserted island. Don’t let sub zero temperatures, howling winds and sideways rain dishearten you. Cools will keep you cosy on the road and looking as sharp as a tack.