Retail - Fynbos Camo, Sports Hoodie

01.Fynbos Camo

Type: Sports Hoodie, Unisex

Colour: Coastal detour

Material: Hex Polyester

Size: S, M, L, XL, XXL

Product code: FC/LS/CST1

 The Fynbos Camo Coastal detour colour comprise the denim-like ocean blue colours of the southern Atlantic and Indian Oceans where they meet at the wind-swept southern tip of Africa. Here, the scenic R44 road meanders across the foothills of the Cape Fold Mountains. The numerous shades of brown tell a story recent fires which scorched the Kogelberg Mountain exposing the soil that supports life in these rocky mountains! However, plants and the creatures which rely on them are slowly returning as dashes of greens dotted by massive boulders adorn the landscape. This garment is not your typical two tone!   Location at 34°17'5.58"S and 18°49'32.05"E

02.Fynbos Camo

Type: Sports Hoodie, Unisex

Colour: Rooiels Red

Material: Hex Polyester

Size: S, M, L, XL, XXL

Product code: FC/LS/RLS1

 The Fynbos Camo Rooiels Red colour comprise a remarkable change in landscape exposing the post fire geology of the area. Off-white, pale-red and green-grey colours depict the ecotones in the landscape which display the awesome diversity of plant species known to occur within the Kogelberg Sandstone Fynbos and Hangklip Sand Fynbos vegetation types. The coastal area around the small coastal villages of Rooi-Els, Pringle Bay, Betties Bay and Kleinmond are seasonal favourites for fisherman, surfers, hikers, mountain bikers, recreational divers and sun seekers!   Location at 34°18'58.97"S and 18°50'17.18"E

03.Fynbos Camo

Type: Sports Hoodie, Unisex

Colour: Grean Peaks

Material: Hex Polyester

Size: S, M, L, XL, XXL

Product code: FC/LS/MNT1

 The Fynbos Camo Green Peaks colour comprise the intricate contours of the Cape Fold Mountains. Here the hills, valleys, peaks, caves and crags of the Hottentot Holland Mountain range are displayed in shades of the natural fynbos vegetation, afforested pine plantations and agricultural developments. These mountains are the catchment area which provide much of the life-giving water to Cape Town and surrounds. Enjoy the numerous hiking and mountain bike trails, fishing, birding, ziplines, and other outdoor activities on offer or take a more relaxed approach and enjoy a wine tasting or craft beer or two.   Location at 34° 2'21.87"S and 19° 1'31.20"E