Ellis Brigham Mountain Sports sell a wide range of clothing, equipment and accessories for extreme outdoor sports, such as mountaineering, sailing, hiking, skiing, walking, snowboarding, winter sports and camping.
This store also has an ice wall which can be booked for climbing practice.
Venue Details & Map
3 - 11 Southampton StreetLondonWC2E 7HA
- +44 (0)20 7240 9577
- Public transport:
- Covent Garden, Underground
Top 5 reviews of Ellis Brigham
I have come in here over the past few years, to get snowboarding equipment and I really recommend this shop for their selection of products and customer service.
I was once after a tent, and one of the staff was nice enough to rig the tent up in the shop for me! They have a really great collection of snowboards, bindings, boots, and camping gadgets. They stock brands including Mountain... more
Do not let me anywhere near this place. And especially not if I have money to spend as it will disappear in a puff of smoke the moment I set eyes on yet another shiny pretty sporting item that I don't really need, but I might as well have anyway as it's not just frivolous fashion, but a practical item. Who the heck am I kidding?
If you want to get some mountain stuff but think the Bear... more
Ellis Brigham stocks a huge range of ski and snowboard equipment, as well as plenty of general outdoor gear. The staff seem pretty knowledgeable and are helpful, but not spectacularly so. Prices here are slightly higher than other outdoors shops in the area, but it is one of the best laid out, which helps when you are trying to locate particular products. The store also has an ice wall, which... more
I'm an outdoor guy and I love browsing here at Ellis Brigham. Every time I'm planning to go on a hiking trip or any kind of vacation really, I come here to check out what kind of clothing or gadgets I could need: a new tent? New hiking boots? Some wooly socks or another function jacket?
It's a huge store - for central London - and on three floors they offer everything a true outdoor person... more
After purchasing a £450 ski jacket (well above online prices but was willing to pay assuming some kind of customer service), the zip broke after a 1 week skiing trip (poor design, always gets caught in the fabric).
After returning it to the store, sales staff agreed that it was poor design and they would return it to the manafactuer to get it repaired.
3 months after hearing nothing... more