Jill

Jill Robinson is a freelance writer who lives in a small California beach town near the big wave surf spot, Mavericks. She divides her time between writing about travel, running a kayak business and trying to wring awe-inspiring adventure out of every day. Her articles have been featured in the AFAR, National Geographic Traveler, Outside, the San Francisco Chronicle, and more. Catch up with her adventures on www.dangerjillrobinson.com and IG/Twitter at dangerjr.
Mustang Survival Khimera PFD

Stay Afloat with Mustang Survival Khimera Dual Flotation PFD

Native Eyewear Catamount Sunglasses

Don’t Leave Home Without Native Eyewear Catamount Polarized Sunglasses

Light My Fire Firelighting Kit

Get Your Campfire Started with Light My Fire Firelighting Kit Bio

Peak Design Travel Tripod

Save Space and Lighten Your Bag with the Peak Design Travel Tripod

Cotopaxi Parque Rain Shell

Stay Dry with Cotopaxi Parque Rain Shell

Tonik Beth Short Sleeve Cycling Jersey

Fit for Two Wheels: Tonik Beth Short Sleeve Cycling Jersey

Danner Rivercomber

Paddle Out Wearing Danner Rivercomber Water Shoes

Icebreaker Cool-Lite Yanni Sleeveless Dress

Classically Comfortable in Icebreaker Cool-Lite Yanni Sleeveless Dress

KEEN SOLR Sandal

Water Shoes for Water Fans: Keen SOLR Sandals

Helly Hansen Solen Printed Watershorts

Make a Splash with Helly Hansen Solen Printed Watershorts

Terramar Ultra Merino Glove Liners

Layer up with Terramar Ultra Merino Glove Liners

By Jill / January 15, 2021 /

When you head out into the cold, you want to bundle up. And we remember that easily when it comes to layering with tops and pants, but tend to forget when it comes to our hands, because moisture management and maintaining the right temperature are just as important. One of the most versatile options I’ve…

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Triggerpoint Impact

Triggerpoint Impact Percussion Massage Gun Is a Magical Travel Tool

By Jill / January 8, 2021 /

Travel and adventure are among the most important items on my list of favorite things. But one of the inevitable results if you pursue those two things frequently, is sore, tight, and knotted muscles. Think about all the hours in uncomfortable airplane seats, hauling your baggage, couch surfing or sleeping in hotel beds, and working…

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NorthxNorth Merino Wool Kerchief

Stay Warm and More with the North x North Merino Wool Kerchief

By Jill / January 1, 2021 /

There are scarf people, and there are no-scarf people. Even if you’re not down with the lengthy fabric, there’s no disputing that some kind of fabric around your neck can keep you warmer in cold conditions. But long scarves aren’t always easy to bring along when traveling. Check out the North x North Merino Wool…

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Cotopaxi Chumpi Del Dia

Pack Your Gear in the Cotopaxi Chumpi Del Dia Duffel

By Jill / December 25, 2020 /

Whether you need a bag to tote your gear around your hometown, on a road trip, or on a longer journey, there are more than enough types for you to choose from. Rolling luggage, backpacks, duffels, and totes are all good at carrying your essential items from Point A to Point Z and everywhere in…

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OluKai Kuuna slipper

Treat Your Feet with OluKai Ku’una Slippers

By Jill / December 18, 2020 /

Slippers tend to be the seasonal footwear that gets pulled out of the closet around October (in the Northern Hemisphere, certainly), and becomes the go-to house attire until spring. But slippers aren’t only for wearing around home. When you bring them along on a trip—whether it’s a road trip or something farther afield—it feels as…

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Gregory Resin 24 Pack

Pack it Sustainably with the Gregory Resin 24 Pack

By Jill / November 27, 2020 /

If you’re Earth-minded, you’re constantly searching for responsible products that follow an environmentally sustainable path. Sometimes it’s easy, other times less so. The Gregory Resin 24 Pack is designed using the company’s product lifecycle tool to make smart design decisions that result in a reduced impact on the planet. Built entirely from recycled fabrics, the…

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Nemo Stargaze Recliner Luxury Chair

Stargaze or Just Relax in Nemo Stargaze Recliner Luxury Chair

By Jill / November 20, 2020 /

If there’s one thing we can all agree on, we need a break. A kick up your feet, turn off the digital devices, pour a beverage of your choice, and just breathe kind of break. It’s one of those things we may not get handed to us. And in those cases, it’s something you have…

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Icebreaker W Merino Pique Long Sleeve Shirt

Be Cozy Where You Are with Icebreaker Merino Pique Long Sleeve Shirt and Nature Dye Lydmar Pants

By Jill / November 13, 2020 /

If there’s something we can all agree on, this year has been about being cozy wherever we are—whether that’s sheltering in place at home, taking a responsible road trip, or cautiously heading out into the world in pandemic times. I’ve settled into almost an extreme cozy wardrobe, bouncing between caftans in the summer to merino…

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Poler Reversible Napsack

It’s Cozy Season with Poler Reversible Napsack

By Jill / November 6, 2020 /

I could never get into the Snuggie blanket trend. To me, it just looked weird, as if you were wearing a sleeping bag all day, and why not just wear your sleeping bag if that’s the feeling you’re going for? Similarly, I was able to resist more modern inventions of the wearable blanket/sleeping bag idea……

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Cozy Style with Outdoor Research Kulshan Flannel Tunic

By Jill / October 30, 2020 /

Fall and winter are optimal seasons for flannel coziness. We can’t stay in bed all day in our flannel sheets (I suppose we can, but go with me here), so the next best thing is flannel clothing. Whether we’re traveling or at home, it’s a way to carry comfort along with us. Lately, I’ve been…

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