(Inga Hendrickson)

The Ultimate Mountain-Man Kit


Do you long for a remote, snowbound cabin with a real wood-burning stove and flannel on the bed? So do we. This is the gear you need to look the part when the dream becomes a reality.

(Toad & Co)

Toad & Co Klamath Quilted Shirtjac

A step above your traditional flannel, the diamond-patterned cotton exterior of Toad & Co’s Klamath Quilted Shirtjac dresses up well for a casual winter date, while the 30-gram polyester insulation gives it the warmth and feel of a light jacket.

Price $129

Tudor North Flag Watch

A matte black dial, lighted hands, and a satin finish make the face of the North Flag watch easy to read in the worst conditions. And this adventure piece is designed to survive them, with a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and waterproofing to 330 feet.

Price $3,675
Lake Tahoe.
Lake Tahoe. (Below the Boat)

Below the Boat Maps

The folks at Below the Boat turn underwater bathymetric maps into art. The gorgeous wooden charts are laser-cut from Baltic birch in the shape of various islands and bodies of water around North America, like the Lake Tahoe map shown here.

Price $228
(Farm to Feet)

Farm to Feet Cokeville Socks

Unlike the standard cotton kind, Farm to Feet’s Cokeville socks are made to be worn every day. The funk-fighting merino wool (sourced from American sheep) keeps them from taking on that gym-bag odor.

Price $20

Keen The 59 Boots

Keen’s boots boast a tough rubber outsole to shrug off light rain and a breathable mesh liner for airy comfort. The suede upper is stylish enough for a dinner date.

Price $150

Filson Dry Day Backpack

Pared-down styling and muted colors make the Dry Day backpack the only fully waterproof pack we’d proudly wear into a four-star hotel, but the bombproof polyester exterior and roll-top closure give this 29-liter sack enough sturdiness for a weeks-long rafting trip.

Price $125
Lead Photo: Inga Hendrickson