Do you long for a remote, snowbound cabin with a real wood-burning stove and flannel on the bed? So do we. This is the gear you need to look the part when the dream becomes a reality.
Toad & Co Klamath Quilted Shirtjac
A step above your traditional flannel, the diamond-patterned cotton exterior of Toad & Co’s Klamath Quilted Shirtjac dresses up well for a casual winter date, while the 30-gram polyester insulation gives it the warmth and feel of a light jacket.
Tudor North Flag Watch
A matte black dial, lighted hands, and a satin finish make the face of the North Flag watch easy to read in the worst conditions. And this adventure piece is designed to survive them, with a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and waterproofing to 330 feet.
Below the Boat Maps
The folks at Below the Boat turn underwater bathymetric maps into art. The gorgeous wooden charts are laser-cut from Baltic birch in the shape of various islands and bodies of water around North America, like the Lake Tahoe map shown here.
Farm to Feet Cokeville Socks
Unlike the standard cotton kind, Farm to Feet’s Cokeville socks are made to be worn every day. The funk-fighting merino wool (sourced from American sheep) keeps them from taking on that gym-bag odor.
Keen The 59 Boots
Keen’s boots boast a tough rubber outsole to shrug off light rain and a breathable mesh liner for airy comfort. The suede upper is stylish enough for a dinner date.
Filson Dry Day Backpack
Pared-down styling and muted colors make the Dry Day backpack the only fully waterproof pack we’d proudly wear into a four-star hotel, but the bombproof polyester exterior and roll-top closure give this 29-liter sack enough sturdiness for a weeks-long rafting trip.