When you’re off the mountain, comfort wins.
Avex Freeflow Autoseal Stainless Water Bottle
Brew tea in this 24-ounce bottle, stay out for ten hours, and rest assured it will still be piping hot when you return.
Buff Savva Hat
Combining the charm of a cap knitted by your granny with modern touches like wicking acrylic and a fleece band, the Savva is comfort food for your head.
Pladra Peregrine Shirt
The wild child of cotton flannels, this wardrobe staple has a spirit animal (in this case, a wolf) peeking out from its cuff, yoke, and collar.
Steger Mukluks Kodiak Boots
Inspired by Inuit boots she found while traveling through the Arctic, Patti Steger designed these moose-hide mukluks to be snug in temps trending toward minus 20.
United by Blue Martel Vest
Layer this down-insulated wool vest over the Pladra and you have a go-to winter uniform. The cotton lining is soft enough to be worn next to skin. But please, don’t.
Roots Student Pack Canada Tribe Backpack
This 18-inch-long leather backpack is the perfect minimalist overnighter, with two zippered compartments and a small side pocket for a phone.
Manitobah Mukluks Mittens
Made by members of the indigenous Métis peoples of Canada, these cowhide choppers have a fuzzy fleece liner and rabbit-fur trim.
Skhoop Racing Socks
You won’t bash through gates while wearing these Scandi-chic stockings. Which is why we love them. The tight fit and thick wool make for happy feet.
Outdoor Research Women’s Melody Tights
With ruching at the ankles, silky material, and a waist pocket for cash, you’ll wear these tights all weekend long.
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