The January Edit

If spending more time outdoors is on your New Year to-do list, then visit The Royal Exchange for an inspiring selection of items to help keep you active

10 January, 2020


Crockett & Jones has been renowned for manufacturing the highest-quality footwear since the brand was founded in Northampton in 1879. Ideal for navigating both town and country terrain, the Coniston derby boot features a higher leg with a straight toe cap and is made from rough-out suede and Dainite rubber soles with a storm welt for added resistance to water and mud.

Coniston Brown Rough-Out Suede Boot, £415, Crockett & Jones



As one of the most revered and well-established silversmiths based in the heart of the City of London, Searle and Co. has more than 125 years experience in crafting exquisite silverware. Its Sterling Silver and Gilt Fresh Water Fishing Reel Hip-Flask is perfect for taking on longer walks when a tipple may be required to keep warm.

Sterling Silver & Gilt Fresh Water Fishing Reel Hip-Flask, £1,995, Searle & Co.



Crafted to last a lifetime, SageBrown’s leather goods combine style, functionality and durability. Available in a wide range of colours, its small leather rucksack is ideal for packing with essentials for a walk, and is comfortable to carry, with a secure quick-release magnetic buckle that folds over a drawstring opening. Inside the main compartment there is a luxurious contrast suedette fabric lining and ample room for necessities such as a purse, water bottle and gloves. There is also a zip pocket at the back and a slip pocket to keep smaller valuables safe.

Small Leather Backpack, £225, SageBrown



Photographers around the world have been capturing iconic moments with Leica cameras for more than a century, and whether you are an experienced professional or enthusiastic amateur, the compact Leica CL camera brings images to life with mechanical precision and state-of-the-art technology. One of its most impressive features is the interchangeable lens, of which seven different options are available – from super-wide-angle to telephoto depending on the shot you wish to capture.

CL Starter Bundle, £2,600, Leica



James Bond has worn Omega Seamaster watches in every Bond film since 1995. Identical to 007’s watch in the 2020 movie No Time To Die, the new 42mm Seamaster comes in strong-yet-lightweight grade-2 titanium with a brown aluminium bezel ring and dial. Ideal for any outdoor or adventurous pursuit, the watch features a series of numbers engraved on the caseback following the exact format for genuine military-issue watches, including the number 62, the year of the very first James Bond film, Dr No.

Seamaster Diver 300m, £6,520, Omega




Designed exclusively for men, Bamford Grooming Department’s new fragranced sport range is sleek and streamlined, with a clean and zesty scent. The healing arnica balm is designed to relieve tired muscles with a medicinal base of analgesic, supported by circulation-boosting ginger and antibacterial tea tree leaf extract. The soft balm heats quickly but is non-greasy and non-sticky, helping to ease stiffness and soreness after any form of exercise.

Arnica Balm, £25 for 50ml, Bamford Grooming Department



The epitome of elegant and refined English luxury lifestyle, Aspinal of London specialises in beautifully made accessories that will add flair to any outfit. A scarf is a winter-wardrobe must-have, and you can ward off the cold weather in style by wrapping up in Aspinal’s super soft Pure Cashmere Scarf, hand woven in Scotland from the finest cashmere.

Pure Cashmere Scarf, £125, Aspinal of London

Discover all these items and more in our exquisite selection of boutiques at The Royal Exchange