Topo Designs Organic Cotton Field Shirt ($89)
Topo Designs’ organic cotton Field shirt is the Swiss Army knife of utility layers, ready for yard duty, a long hike, or an evening on the town.
Filson Insulated Tin Cloth Cap ($65)
Filson’s abrasion-resistant Insulated Tin Cloth cap is hunting headwear through and through, but wool earflaps that fold away mean it can pass for a casual hat.
Mountain Khakis Slim-Tailored Jackson Chinos ($70)
The cotton-spandex twill in Mountain Khakis’ Slim-Tailored Jackson chinos offers freedom of movement in a refined trouser.
Saxx Vibe Two Pack ($57)
Upstart underwear label Saxx has built a following with its comfortable synthetic briefs and trademark supportive pouch. The Vibe Two Pack adds gingerbread-ninja print to the mix.
Untuckit Turchetta Shirt ($78)
The cotton chambray of Untuckit’s Turchetta shirt is thin enough to not be stifling under a heavy winter coat. And, in case you were wondering: it looks great untucked.
Roka Halsey Sunglasses ($110)
Roka’s Halsey sunglasses are ultralight and sweatproof, and the lenses are finished with a fingerprint-resistant coating.
Brickell Daily Defense Face Lotion ($32)
Brickell’s Daily Defense face lotion contains aloe to moisturize, green tea and vitamin E to fight aging, and zinc SPF 15 for sun protection.
Bearded Bastard Man of the Woods Cologne ($40)
Bearded Bastard’s Man of the Woods cologne has hints of pine, aged bourbon, and pipe tobacco.
Gentleman’s Guru Mahogany Straight Razor ($68)
The Gentleman’s Guru Mahogany straight razor doesn’t just look good. It’s made of high-grade Japanese steel that gives an exceptionally clean cut.
Timberland Squall Canyon Boots ($160)
Aggressively lugged outsoles may lend the Timberland Squall Canyon boots the look of heavy-duty stompers, but premium waterproof leather and a comfy OrthoLite footbed baby your feet like slippers.
Darn Tough Hiker Micro Crew Cushion Socks ($22)
Darn Tough’s Hiker Micro Crew Cushion socks have flat seams at the toes, thick soles, and a warm and stretchy merino-nylon knit. Trekking socks never felt—or looked—so good.
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