As much as we want to hold onto this glorious weather, we cannot hide away from the nights drawing in, and that Autumn and the cooler temperatures are on their way. We have had a great summer, and for the dinghy sailors out there amongst us, the last time you saw your drysuit was probably around April time.
The team at Hammond in Dartford are always hard at work, whether making new drysuits or carrying out repairs. Helping to keep them busy is our sales team who are out and about on the road, and they have a busy couple of months travelling up to the NEC Birmingham for three separate shows this fall.
Jack Graham-Troll, 12-year-old Laser 4.7 sailor, with an ambition to become an Olympic gold medalist, and the latest addition to #HammondCrew. We recently caught up with Jack to find out more his sailing plans, why he chooses to wear a drysuit and what he never leaves the shore without.
Acronyms are commonplace and are often used without people realising what they actually mean. So, we thought it was about time we explained what Hammond's M2M – Made-to-Measure - stands for and what this means for you, our customers and wearers of our drysuits.
It’s hard to blow your own trumpet sometimes, and at Hammond it’s just not something we do, as we are simply just doing our job, and that is making drysuits that keep you dry no matter what you are doing in the water.
We would like to introduce you to Dave, who has recently joined the team here at Hammond. So you can find out a little more about those who make and repair your drysuit we hope you enjoy the following Q&A.
On Wednesday 5th April, Chris Hammond and Richard Dell will be attending Ocean Business 2017 discussing our range of made-to-measure and standard size drysuits for commercial use with many of their customers at the exhibition.