Show your dog how much you love her with a recycled cotton blanket, a bridle-leather leash from Filson, and seven other non-essentials. 

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(Courtesy Orvis)

Orvis Buffalo Check Dog Jacket ($49)

The traditional plaid print and corduroy accents on the polyester Orvis Buffalo Check dog jacket will give your best friend a superiority complex, while the stout fleece will fend off bitter winter winds.

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(Courtesy Mammoth)
    

Mammoth Flossy Chews 100 Percent Cotton White 3-Knot Rope ($7)

Fun as heck and good for the gums to boot, the Mammoth Flossy Chews 100 Percent Cotton White 3-Knot rope cleans dogs’ teeth as they play fetch and tug-of-war. 

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(Courtesy California Collar Co)

California Collar Co. Thunderbird Blanket ($34)

Suitable for the couch, camping, and the car, California Collar Co.’s super-soft Thunder­bird blanket is crafted in Mexico from recycled acrylic, cotton, and polyester.

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(Courtesy Toad&Co)

Toad&Co Eco Dog Bed ($85)

Though made with scraps from apparel brand Toad&Co’s cutting-room floor, the Eco dog bed hardly looks or feels like leftovers. With an organic­cotton cover in a muted two-tone design, it’s worthy of a prime spot in the living room.

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(Courtesy Woof and Wild)

Woof and Wild Spirit Bandana ($19 and up)

If you’re gonna outfit your dog with a kerchief, best to go bold. Woof and Wild’s 100 percent cotton Spirit bandana comes in wild prints, from skulls to eagle feathers to horseshoes.

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(Courtesy Nite Ize)

Nite Ize SpotLit LED Carabiner Light ($7)

Handy for keeping track of your pooch around the campfire, Nite Ize’s SpotLit LED Carabiner light is also useful for marking tent guy lines, so you don’t trip during pee runs.

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(Courtesy Lupine Pet)

Lupine Pet Adjustable Collar ($9 and up)

Nylon webbing on the Lupine Pet Adjustable collar dries quickly after a romp through a stream. But that webbing is also climbing grade, so it and the steel D-rings will hold up to endless tugging.

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(Courtesy Magisso)

Magisso Slow-Eating Dog Bowl ($39 and up)

Known for its insulating properties, the ceramic in the Magisso Slow-Eating dog bowl stays chilly for up to six hours after soaking in cold water for only a minute. That means bacteria-quashing icy water for the pup.

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(Courtesy Filson)

Filson Dog Leash ($85)

Filson’s five-foot-long dog leash has brass-plated hardware and one-inch-wide bridle leather that will age beautifully.

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Gifts for the Obsessed Gearhead

Skiers, tinkerers, snowshoers, and chefs....These are the winter splurges they want.  (Oru Kayak) Oru Kayak Bay ST Patagonia Edition Kayak ($1,599) One of our favorite watercraft ever made, this limited edition version of the Oru Bay ST is hand painted by artist and adventurer Rachel Pohl and depicts the rugged mountains and wild waters of Patagonia.  Buy Now  (Courtesy Fix) Fix Powder Pliers ($35) The only ski and snowboard tool you really need: the Fix Powder pliers. It combines eight common mountain tools—including three screwdrivers, an edge file, and, of course, a bottle opener—into one flat package.  Buy Now

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Big-Ticket Splurges for the Garage

From a $150 cooler to a $645 SUP, this list exclusively features gear that enables adventure.  (Courtesy Isle) Isle Cruiser Soft Top Paddleboard Kit ($645) Why a soft-top SUP? Because you’re not in a race. The Isle Cruiser Soft Top Paddleboard kit includes a paddle and bungees to hold your gear.  Buy Now (Courtesy Atlas) Atlas Elektra Access Snowshoes ($180) The cruisers of the snowshoe world, the Atlas Elektra Access snowshoes have a light aluminum build, minimal toe crampons, and a tough heel-lift bar for casual winter jaunts in the woods.  Buy Now (Courtesy Kammock) Kammok Firebelly Trail Quilt ($299) Made of

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