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Dish by Duer Adaptive Denim High-Rise Skinny Jeans ($119)

The stretchy and comfortable Dish by Duer Adaptive Denim High-Rise Skinny jeans utilize Coolmax fibers, which boost the denim’s insulation but also breathe and wick moisture from the skin.

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Burton ­Evergreen Down Collar Jacket ($225)

The eye-catching print on the Burton ­Evergreen Down Collar jacket makes a statement. Ripstop polyester, svelte duck-down insulation, and a DWR coating back it up.

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Keen Elsa II Ankle Boots ($120)

The Keen Elsa II Ankle boots fit like a broken-in pair of sneakers. Seam-sealed waterproof leather and wool uppers make them ready for winter’s worst.

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Ozone Socks ($14)

Ozone socks feature a blend of long-fiber fair-trade cotton, which helps prevent fraying, and they come in dozens of fun prints.

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Arc’teryx Joni 3/4 Sleeve Shirt ($89)

Knit with merino wool, Arc’teryx’s Joni 3/4 Sleeve shirt is warm, breathable, and odor resistant.

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Vuarnet Edge Round Sunglasses ($380)

The low-profile frames of the Vuarnet Edge Round sunglasses are subtly stylish, while the polar­ized glass lenses provide clear vision and maximum eye protection.

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Carhartt Amoret Sherpa-Lined Vest ($80)

With water-resistant quilted nylon on one side and soft fleece on the other, the reversible Carhartt Amoret Sherpa-Lined vest will stand up to a drizzle.

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Pendleton Yakima Camp Stripe Cozy Shawl ($189)

Made of pure virgin wool, Pendleton’s Yakima Camp Stripe Cozy shawl is perfect for campfire hangouts or brunch downtown.

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From Outside Magazine, December 2018
Filed To: HolidayGiftsGift GuideGear Review
Lead Photo: Inga Hendrickson

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