Chance favors the prepared nomad.
Outlaw Soaps PCT Adventure Soap Set ($24)
Just like the through-hike it was named for, Outlaw Soaps’ PCT Adventure soap set delivers the intoxicating odors of both the mountains (with a natural pine fragrance) and the high desert (courtesy of sagebrush oil) in two handmade bars.
Fulton and Roark Solid Cologne ($42)
A little goes a long way with Fulton and Roark’s Solid cologne; a wee dab of the concentrated wax will have you smelling pleasantly of cedar.
Morihata Binchotan Charcoal Toothbrush ($8)
Charcoal in a toothbrush? Yes. The Morihata Binchotan Charcoal toothbrush has it in the bristles to keep your mouth clean, yet doesn’t make you look like you need an exorcism.
Oars and Alps Natural Deodorant ($14)
When it comes to deodorant, “natural” often translates to “worthless.” Not the case with Oars and Alps Natural deodorant, which uses ingredients like alpine caribou moss to assuage your pits and actively fight funk.
Lockwood Perfect Duo Mint Sage Body Wash and Lotion Set ($90)
The components of Lockwood’s Perfect Duo Mint Sage body wash and lotion set perform like a good cop, bad cop team. The wash invigorates and exfoliates with grapeseed and ginger mint extracts, then the lotion (pictured) soothes with avocado butter.
Dr. Bronner's Organic Magic Balm ($8)
Just like the soap that made Dr. Bronner’s ubiquitous in travel kits, the company’s Organic Magic balm excels at everything from preventing chafing to calming wind-chapped cheeks, thanks to beeswax and jojoba oil.
Buckler's Daily Face Repair Cream ($42)
The blend of calendula, chamomile, and aloe vera in Buckler’s Daily Face Repair cream is perfect for treating savage sunburns.
Kiehl Cactus Flower and Tibetan Ginseng Hydrating Mist ($27)
If your lucky giftee lives anywhere like arid Santa Fe, they’ll appreciate the moisturizing prowess of Kiehl’s Cactus Flower and Tibetan Ginseng Hydrating mist.
Leus Indigo Mudcloth Towel ($34)
With a supple cotton weave, Leus's Indigo Mudcloth towel is at home in the most refined powder room. But its lightweight knit and compact footprint make it an ideal grab-and-go beach towel.
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