About Us

Magnetic Wild- Outdoor Clothing & Equipment
The Ecologically Aware Outdoor Company

Magnetic Wild was formed in the Spring of 2010 with the aim of creating not just a business but a way of life.  Located on the Dingle Peninsula, we are in an ideal location to try and test everything we sell. Unlike most Outdoor companies, we will only be selling those brands and products which are innovative, reliable, have high performance qualities, are ecologically aware and which we believe in. As we grow and with your help, we hope to be able to continue to provide new and exciting brands & products for you.

As a company selling equipment for the outdoors, it is only natural for us to be deeply committed to preserving our natural environment. Our goal is to provide ecologically sustainable outdoor clothing & equipment whenever possible. We have taken every opportunity; from the type of PC we use to our packaging material, to ensure that we as a company are as environmentally friendly as possible. Together with all our brands, we actively support a clean environment and a modern, eco-friendly form of mountain sports. To ensure our continued success, we need your support.

Excited as we are about being based in Dingle, we feel it is only fair to tell you all about it.

The Dingle Peninsula is amazing. It has been an inspiration and a wonder to visitors for hundreds of years. The clear and clean Atlantic sea washes against the rugged coastline providing the perfect arena for outdoor activities. It is a paradise for walkers and out door enthusiasts with its variety and quality of walking trails/ routes and many beautiful beaches with great surf. 

If your feeling energetic, one of Ireland's most renowned walks is The Dingle Way, a 112-mile trail that winds up and down the peninsula via beaches, cliffs, and hedged livestock paths. The Way starts at Blennerville, just outside Tralee, and passes near the villages of Camp, Annascaul , before the final stretch from Dingle town to Slea Head.

Another popular route is The Pilgrims Route which covers some 48 km (30 miles) and connects many of the early Christian sites for which the Dingle Peninsula is renowned. It begins in Dingle, turns south in Ventry, then north to Riasc, wandering over to Kilmalkedar Church along the older Saints Road, and then by green track and minor road to Cloghane.

Feel free to look us up if you are ever passing by or if your completely lost somewhere on the Dingle Peninsula or why not Join Us On Facebook.

Thanks for taking the time out to look at our site and we hope you buy what you were looking for.

Slán go fóill

The Magnetic Wild Team