Alpine Bikes, Scotland’s Bike Specialists is now the biggest independent cycle retailer in Scotland. Our staff are expertly trained in every aspect of cycling, whether you need suspension set up, a puncture fitting, bike fitting or a new bike for the kids. We offer a wide range of kit from brands including Specialized, Trek, Cannondale, Endura, Fox, Stolen Goat, Dakine & Whyte. We live and breathe cycling, so whatever your aspirations, whatever your experience, we’ll help you take your cycling up a gear.
At Blues Ski, Scotland’s Ski Specialist, we’ve been providing the finest ski equipment for over 30 years, and we’ve been skiing on every continent. Whether you’re just starting out or pushing boundaries, heading for the Alps or staying close to home, we’ve got the knowledge, experience and passion to help you have the best time on the slopes. With collections from top brands including Fischer, Head, Rossignol, Black Crows, Norrona, Arc'teryx, Scott, Spyder & Kjus, whatever you ski, we’ve got you covered.
An adventure essential, our range of sleeping bags have something to suit your needs whether you are an occasional summer camper or embarking on a serious winter expedition. With a range of top brands including Rab, Tundra, Snugpak and Mountain Hardwear we're sure that you will find the best sleeping bag for your next adventure. And, if you're looking to add an extra layer of comfort and warmth our range of sleeping bag liners will do the trick.
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Scotland's Bike Shop | Since 1989
Scotland's Ski Shop | Since 1977
A good sleeping bag is an essential piece of camping gear – in fact, your sleeping bag will mean the difference between a good night’s sleep, a bad night’s sleep, and no sleep at all! At Tiso, we’ve got a wide variety of sleeping bags on offer, ensuring there is something for everybody to get a proper, high quality level of sleep. For camping in colder climates or getting a couple of hours' sleep in between bands at a rainy festival, you might want to consider a thicker tog sleeping bag (keep in mind that different sleeping bags have different seasonal ratings – the higher the rating, the warmer the sleeping bag). Likewise, if you’re on a couple's camping holiday, a double sleeping bag might be the best option for you. Sleeping bags come in all sorts of shapes and sizes – take mummy sleeping bags for example, which feature a tapered shape complete with a hood to keep you warm during the early hours. Whatever your sleeping bag requirements, we’ve got you covered – so why not take a look?
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