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.
Kizik Alpine Shoes

No Hands Necessary with Kizik Alpine Shoes

Title Nine Adventurista Dress

Dress for Adventure with the Title Nine Adventurista Dress

Camelbak Pivot Bottle

Step Up Your Sustainable Game With CamelBak Pivot .75L Bottle

RAD Rounds

Keep the Knots at Bay with RAD Rounds

Pacsafe Vibe

Pack Lightly with Pacsafe Vibe 325 Econyl Anti-Theft Recycled Sling Pack

Forsake Range High Boots

From Trail to Tavern with Forsake Range High Boots

HH Odin Mountain Hybrid Softshell Jacket

Let it Snow with Helly Hansen Odin Mountain Softshell Jacket

Tortuga Women's Setout Backpack

Tortuga Setout Backpack for Women

OluKai Hawaiiloa Manu Hope

Stride Into Winter with OluKai Hawaiʻiloa Manu Hope Boot

Swim Bike Bonk

Swim, Bike, Bonk: Confessions of a Reluctant Triathlete

Sherpa Rolpa Fleece Pullover

Cozy Up in Sherpa Rolpa Fleece Pullover

By Jill / November 1, 2019 /

The chill of autumn and winter means it’s time to pull out all those cozy garments that keep us warm and comfortable whether we’re curled up at the lodge fireplace or out in the elements having fun. And if you’re anything like me, top priority goes to those pieces that are so soft, you feel…

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Smartwool Intraknit Top

Slay Cool Weather With Smartwool Intraknit Merino 200 Crew Base Layer Top

By Jill / October 25, 2019 /

Each fall/winter, I pick a few new base layers to get me through the cool weather. And since I’m usually active when I’m out in the cold (as opposed to just sitting around), I usually prefer lightweight and midweight merino layers underneath it all. One of my picks for this year is the Smartwool Intraknit…

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LaCrosse Grange Chelsea

Keep Your Feet Dry With LaCrosse Grange Chelsea Boots

By Jill / October 18, 2019 /

Classic rubber boots don’t have to look like big, sloppy galoshes. When it’s raining outside but you don’t want to dress down because you have a combination of sightseeing and cool meet-ups in cafes or bars, you don’t really need to compromise and risk looking way too casual or get your feet wet. Just wear…

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Lowa San Diego GTX Surround Lo WS

Style Your Feet With Lowa San Diego GTX Surround Shoes

By Jill / October 11, 2019 /

Everyone’s got a favorite sport shoe to take on their travels that both performs well and looks good, so you don’t have to bring two shoes instead of one. The skate shoe design is one of my favorites to pack along, because it’s versatile for all-around sporty ability (you can walk, run, hike, skate, bike)…

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Body Glove Danu Tank

Travel Comfort With Body Glove Eco Collection

By Jill / October 4, 2019 /

Do you pack your favorites go-to workout clothing when you travel? Not all my trips are active ones. But I always bring at least one active wear outfit, so I can duck into the hotel gym, go for a run, take a yoga class, or do something else that reminds me that I need to…

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Patagonia Provisions

Keep it Healthy on the Road with Patagonia Provisions

By Jill / September 27, 2019 /

Traveling can really kill a healthy diet. Whether you’re rushing to catch your flight and grab something fast in the airport or just suck it up with airplane food, you dive in to the hotel breakfast buffet, or enjoy a few extra adult beverages—a vacation (or even a business trip) can take a toll on…

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Julbo Elevate

My Husband Stole My Julbo Elevate Sunglasses

By Jill / September 20, 2019 /

A couple months ago, I came home from the summer Outdoor Retailer show with a stash of gear to test and review. One of the many stand-out items was a pair of Julbo Elevate sunglasses. I wore them for about a week, and then they disappeared. I’m not usually prone to misplacing my sunglasses and…

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Keep it Cool with OtterBox Trooper 12 Cooler

By Jill / September 13, 2019 /

Sometimes, your day trip needs a huge cooler. Sometimes, your day trip needs something smaller. When you’re headed to an evening bonfire, an afternoon pick-up game, or even a day floating on the river, a full-size cooler usually isn’t necessary. In those cases, you want something smaller, but that still keeps your food and drinks…

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Fjallraven Keb Curved Trousers

Trail Time with Fjallraven Keb Curved Trousers

By Jill / September 6, 2019 /

I recently spent a long weekend in the Colorado backcountry, hiking daily on trails and through meadows with a group of friends. The days are still warm in the sun, but nights have grown chilly with the approaching change of seasons. Sure, I could have worn yoga pants for stretch and freedom of movement. But…

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Aloha Collection Bags

Keep Your Gear Dry with Aloha Collection Bags

By Jill / August 23, 2019 /

When you travel a lot, you end up trying out a lot of gear for the purpose of finding that one piece that’s just right. Your favorite piece may look good, or it may perform spectacularly, or it may just simply do its job better than many others. Or, it might do all of the…

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