Under $50 Adventure Essentials
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Stance Teton Hike Socks ($24)
Designed by mountaineer and photographer Jimmy Chin, the Teton socks are snug and supportive at the toe and heel, thick and cushioned throughout, and made with a wool blend that keeps feet dry.
Reef Escape Lux + Swirl Women’s Sandals ($30)
These snazzy yet comfortable flip-flops, with arch support from the cushioned anatomical footbeds, are made for all-day vacationing. The soles have enough texture to provide grip in wet conditions, and a durable toe post keeps them looking new after months of heavy use. Best of all, they’re totally PVC-free.
Lululemon Twist of Cozy Knit Beanie ($48)
Lululemon’s city-worthy style pairs perfectly with sweat-wicking, breathable merino wool in this beanie. It’s ideal for activities like cold winter runs but still insulates enough for early morning dog walking.
Arcade Timber Belt ($26)
Built with stretchy elastic webbing, this belt keeps pants up and won’t bind or dig in as you bend over. It accommodates waists up to 40 inches and is machine washable (just leave it on your pants for a spin cycle).
Arc’teryx Chunky Knit Headband ($39)
Keep warm but look cool. This head warmer is fashionable enough to wear around town and plays equally well on winter hikes and cross-country ski jaunts.
Adidas Outdoor Women’s Ampli Parley Tee 3 ($45)
Give the gift of highly functional environmental responsibility. Adidas turned recycled ocean plastic into this lightweight, sweat-wicking, breathable athletic top.
Burton Burke Hood ($30)
Need a little extra-cozy coverage on the coldest days? This fleecy hooded face mask fits the bill. It’s stretchy, supersoft, and won’t pill.