Founded in 2006, Not Addicted are a Men’s Casual Clothing Store stocking a great mix of Cool, Classic and Functional brands. 

First up, Fjallraven. Fjallraven have been around since 1950 when they started making backpacks but the Greenland Jacket has been in production since 1968 and is now probably the most recognised Fjallraven Jacket and it's become a classic. SS15 see's the first time Fjallraven have done the Greenland Jacket in two tone, a really nice update for this season. It comes in Cork and Sand G1000 Durable Waxed Cotton fabric, with two way zip, drawstring and that signature leather Fjallraven logo on the sleeve.

I'm also absolutely stoked on the Kiruna Bucket Hat's featuring G1000 fabric with leather Fjallraven arctic fox logo on front. These are available in 'Uncle Blue', 'Fog' and 'Dark Grey'. But I reckon the 'Uncle Blue' is perfect for this season!

A new addition to the Fjallraven range and slightly more techy than some of the classic Fjall styles is the Abisko Hybrid Jacket. It's a simple lightweight jacket which is super fast drying if you get caught in a downpour that we can still probably expect in the UK's Spring/Summer season! The main body is fast drying MT Fabric with G1000 Lite hood and shoulders with full zip fastening front, but despite all its function, the Campfire Yellow is not the jacket for you if you're looking for something discreet!

Since 1950 when Fjallraven began, they have been making Backpacks, so they must know a thing or two about it! For those of you who are regulars to the blog, you'll know a Fjallraven backpack is consistently deatured on my wishlists! The Greenland Backpack is a classic old skool mountaineering bag, in Green G1000 fabric with internal laptop compartment, internal drawstring closure, leather buckle fastener, padded shoulder straps and Fjallraven leather logo on front. This backpack has literally everything you could possible need, and in that rich green colour, what more could you want?

What is any Spring/Summer Top Picks post without the mention of Clarks Desert Boots? Clarks Desert Boots have been around for over 60 years now but still look as fresh now as they did back then. Inspired by a rough boot from Cairo's Old Bazaar the Desert Boot became popular with off duty army officers and later we're choice footwear of many Mods and other sharp dressers. In premium suede with 2 eyelet lacing and crepe soles, Desert Boots are still made to the original design and are a staple piece for everyones SS15 wardrobe!

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