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(Photo: Inga Hendrickson)
2021 Holiday Gift Guide

Gifts for the Stylish Outdoorsman

Yes, these items go with a beard

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Arc’teryx Kole Down Pullover ($240)

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Despite its streetwear style, this layer moves like technical mountain apparel. Stretchy wool and polyester side panels make this possible, and a waffle grid distributes 750-fill down elsewhere. (S–XXL)

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Roka Booker Glasses ($250)

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Roka married lightweight nylon and titanium to build prescription performance frames that testers didn’t need to take off during their hardest HIIT workouts.

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Oris Big Crown Pointer Date Watch ($2,100)

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With its scratch- and shatter-resistant sapphire crystal, this stainless-steel beauty will last generations. Testers loved the precise automatic movement and elegant date display.

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ATG by Wrangler™ Men’s Classic Puffer Jacket ($100)

This classic men’s puffer jacket is the perfect layer for cold-weather activities, while also allowing you to show off your personal style. Plus it’s corn-based insulation is kind on the planet, it’s a winter win-win.

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Outerknown Summit Puffer Vest ($158)

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We love the retro qualities of the Summit Puffer. But the reason everyone should have a 700-fill, responsibly sourced down vest like this in their closet is for the versatility. (S–XXL)

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Tracksmith New England Shirt ($198)

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The recycled wool, cotton, and nylon blend of this shacket yields a respectable running piece. But the real trick is the muted look, which makes it a choice candidate for an evening out, too. (XS–XL)

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Darn Tough VanGrizzle Boot Midweight Socks ($26)

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The seam-free merino-blend VanGrizzles are strong enough to be the only socks you need for a thousand brutal miles of hiking, yet they’re still soft and handsome.

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Patagonia Organic Cotton Jeans ($119)

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Patagonia uses an indigo foam-dyeing process that requires 79 percent less water and produces 25 percent fewer carbon emissions than its previous methods, so these timelessly styled, straight-leg dungarees are its most environmentally responsible yet. (28–44)

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Finch Cimarron Knife ($89)

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A smooth flipping mechanism, grippy composite handle, and striking blade crafted from ­edge-holding stainless chromium steel make the Cimarron a smart gift for someone who prioritizes function alongside fashion.

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