Hailing from the Pacific Northwest – Homeschool may just now be setting up distribution on our shores – but their reputation already precedes them. Their outerwear products are designed and put to the test in some of the tougher riding conditions you’ll experience, and as they say, if they hold up there, you’ll be fine wherever you take them.

Today we sat down with main man Danny Clancy who filled us in on the high end tech that’s going into their Universe Jacket – including ‘activated carbon’ for increased breathability, so you can stay warm and dry even when you’re really pushing yourself.

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The idea behind the Ghost Shell jacket, as the name suggests, is that you won't even realise you're wearing it.

'Exceptionally lightweight' its still heavy duty in terms of features. The 2.5L Continuum material is offers 20K/30K protection against the elements, and their 37.5 Technology is in place to guarantee unrivalled breathability.

Fully taped seams, Aquagard zippers, pit zips and a powder skirt let you adjust as needed, and make sure you'll never get any surprise damp spots.


Super high-tech - the Universe parka is entering its third season leading the pack. At 20K/25K - it's 3.5L Continuum shell is going to be impeccably waterproof and breathable even when you're really pushing your limits.

Elsewhere it features a Recco recovery system, YKK Aquaguard zippers, a fully adjustable Wind Hater hood, and pow-proof skirts and cuffs; as well as fully taped seams and a heap of storage features too.


Would you believe it - the Vices jacket is another high-end beast! 2.5L Continuum shell offering 20K/30K protection with 37.5 Tech as you'll have seen on their other jackets.

In fact it's also packing a Wind Hater hood, and many other features too - but this one stands out with it's contrast chest panel and Homeschool's engineered fit.

Rounding off our quick selection here, Homeschool's Fury Pants are a bit more of an all rounder.

Their 2L Laminate Shell offers 10K/10K waterproofing and breathability - as well as fully taped seams and a pant/jacket interface to keep the snow out.