Accessories for outdoor life
A range of unique designs and diverse styles for all ages. Made with eco-friendly materials where possible. Every purchase supports the RNLI.
Our passion is to see everyone get outdoors to seek and find the beauty and benefits of nature.
Keep your heads cosy inside one of our beanies or bobble hats from our Headland Collection this winter.
Made with sustainable materials, from merino wool to recycled polyester, our range of custom-designed styles and sizes for all ages will see you through days outdoors this winter.
A snood, neck warmer, tube scarf, gaiter, multiway headband...They've got many names, and many more uses as they protect you from the outdoor elements in one simple, soft and seamless loop.
We've designed our own unique collection of quality Infinity Bands (as we like to call them), all inspired by Northern Ireland's stunning scenery and made with recycled plastic bottles.
Gather your gear here
Our Explorer Collection backpacks have been custom designed to comfortably carry your kit with a place for everything.
This stylish backpack comes in two colours. They're made with recycled materials and boast a host of compartments, pouches and stylish features suitable for explorers of all ages.
Shade to reflect under
Our Horizon Collection of lightweight and sustainable sunglasses are made with biodegradable materials - farming bi-product wheatstraw and walnut wood.
Our range of styles for all ages come with polarised UV400 lenses to protect eyes from sun damage at the highest level.
Peaks to protect you
Our latest range of baseball caps and trucker hats will keep you covered from the changeable elements this Spring-Summer as you enjoy the outdoors. With subtle designs and a range of colour ways, our mostly recycled/organic peaks are sure to become trusty companions for outdoor life.
Following years of finding joy in the outdoors, True North Life was founded by Jenny McClaughlin in 2020 to share her passion for the beauty and benefits of nature to renew and reorientate body, mind and soul.
She first launched by developing her first collection of practical and wearable Infinity Bands for outdoor adventuring with patterns inspired by the natural surroundings in Northern Ireland and a business that would give back to the local community via support of outdoor rescue agencies.