vixi_s wrote:It's so annoying isn't it that we are pushed into these little boxes, if you are a man you must only want to wear dull colours and if you are a woman ofcourse all you will be interested in is pastel shades of pink!
So interesting what someone said above about a tent being marketed as a "womans tent" how on earth does that work!!!???
I've got two boys and we all regularly despair when clothes shopping for them as all they get in the boys section is boring navy and green trousers and dinosaur t shirts, so we've ended up going in the girls section where all the fun sequin, shiny, frilly, rainbow, unicorn stuff is - why wouldnt you want that stuff if you were a kid of either sex, never met a kid yet who would rather have the nice sensible boring plain t shirt over the one covered in glitter and sparkles!
100% agree. When my son was growing up, we struggled to find him clothes that didn’t make him look like a miniature soldier.
Now he’s older he is keen on fashion, whereas my daughter wears the drabbest things she can find.
My Paramo jacket is a woman’s, just because the fit seemed good. I have no idea why manufacturers do separate colour ranges for men’s’ and women’s’ outdoor gear.