It is now coming to the end of November and the shops are already stocking full aisles with their Christmas goodies.
Now is a good time to start thinking about gifts with Black Friday round the corner and bargains to be had. So what is on your list? Here is some of what is on mine:
Big Bobble Hat – I’m a huge fan of these hats and come winter I am always wearing one and no you can never have enough of them. Use code FATGIRLFIT10 for 10% off your purchases.
Stance Socks – everyone gets socks for Christmas right? I have a growing selection of socks from Stance including socks for cycling, running, hiking and everyday wear.
Nudge Jewellery – I have some of these bands and have also bought them as gifts for others. For Black Friday you can use code BLACK30 for 30% discount. You can customise with whatever you want on them too – what would you put on yours?
Foher – oh where to start? Love it all, want it all! My ambassador singlet, cycling kits and tanks are my staple items worn through my training and I have my eye on many more!
Stomp The Pedal – just got myself the new signature hoodie, perfect for winter months, £45, which I have been living in lately but loads of other great items including the flowy tanks and trucker caps.
Strong Girls Club – I am in love with some of the items in this range and literally want all the tees and jumpers but particularly like this jumper, £45.
Yoga Wheel – I am making a conscious effort to include stretching in my training and especially focus on back strength in relation to my cycling. There are many wheels on the market but I found this one that got great reviews, £21.99.
CJ Skincare – I have gone from the girl who uses whatever is in the shower to using these two products daily, £35.90.
Cycling Wallet – the cycling wallets at Rapha have become one of my cycling essentials with enough room for my phone, bank card, money, and keys. Mine is a little well worn so its probably time for an upgrade, £25.
Buff – I saw this buff on instagram and really want it but the postage costs just don’t make sense for what the item is though I am still looking into it! It is from Michelle Vesterby’s Keep Smiling range.
Spoke and Solace – I really like some of the clothing from this website, all 100% organic, and in particular like the #goneriding and #bloodycyclist (slightly tongue in cheek) tshirts, both £24.
Proviz – not one for me but instead for my April dog – a little coat for her in the winter for our walks, £35.99.
What is on your list? Anything else I should add to mine?