Clothing

Marmot Men's Ridgefield Sherpa-Lined Flannel Hoody

Stay Warm with Marmot Men’s Ridgefield Sherpa-Lined Flannel Hoody

By Jill | December 17, 2021

Now that we’re edging into the winter season, staying warm is top of mind. But part of staying warm is wearing clothing that also dries quickly and wicks moisture away when you’re active. Brave the cold weather with the Marmot Men’s Ridgefield Sherpa-Lined Flannel Hoody. It’s the ideal jacket for après-ski, hanging out with friends,…

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Dakota Grizzly Bowie Shirt- A Quicklook

By Leah Guill | November 12, 2021

Like the music of Bowie himself, the Dakota Grizzly shirt is a timeless piece that will last as long as those 45s in your garage. You can find the Dakota Grizzly Bowie shirt filed under super soft in your future searches. Constructed from soft, brushed polar fleece, the Bowie shirt is a classic button up…

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OluKai Kuʻi Slippers

Keep Your Feet Warm with OluKai Women’s Slippers

By Jill | November 12, 2021

Travel and adventure are important. But it’s also important to have some down time at the end of the day. And when you’re traveling (or living) in cold climates, cozy slippers are excellent essentials to have.   I was a huge fan of last winter’s OluKai Kuʻuna slippers. But Iʻm also a fan of two…

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Cotopaxi x Teva Teca Calido Hooded Jacket

Take the Cotopaxi x Teva Teca Cálido Women’s Hooded Jacket on Your Adventures

By Jill | November 5, 2021

Choosing an all-purpose adventure jacket can be challenging. Do you want a performance layer? What about down? Do you want it to be easy to pack, for those times you might need it but you’re not sure?   The new Cotopaxi x Teva collaboration Teca Cálido Women’s Hooded Jacket picks that line between a down…

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Chill Angel Merino Wool Sleepwear

By Leah Guill | October 24, 2021

Fall has official blow into Idaho and the temperatures dropped by almost 30 degrees in just one day. With colder temps settling into the valley, the layers are coming out in full swing. Chill Angel provided a set of lounge/sleepwear to test out during these colder days and I am excited to share with you…

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solios

Solios Solar Black Silver Mesh Watch

By Ramsey | October 11, 2021

Elegant and timeless design is the best way to describe the Solios Solar Black Silver Mesh Watch. Solios is the only B-corp watch brand in the world. As the holidays soon approach, everyone is looking for special gifts that will stand the test of time. The Solios line of watches comes in a variety of…

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OluKai x Rumpl

Celebrate the Natural Beauty of Hawaiʻi with OluKai x Rumpl

By Jill | October 8, 2021

Outdoor brands are constantly kicking quality products at a frequency that can often have consumers feeling overwhelmed. That’s partly why reviews are helpful, so you can sort through what’s worthwhile and what’s just something shiny with not much substance. When brand collaborations release even more new gear, especially when those brands are favorites in the…

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Women’s Torrens Hooded Thermal Jacket from Mustang Survival

By Leah Guill | October 6, 2021

With Pumpkin Spice making it’s appearance across store shelves, it is time to discuss the women’s Torrens Hooded Thermal Jacket for your Fall and into late Spring needs. No need for your leggings and high boots, this jacket isn’t made for no pumpkin patch silliness! The Torrens Hooded Thermal Jacket is lightweight, but may be…

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Icebreaker Merino Quantum III Long Sleeve Zip Hoodie

Gear Up for Fall With Icebreaker Women’s Merino Clothing

By Jill | October 1, 2021

Now that we’re on the slow slide toward winter, a lot of people are starting to think more about merino wool layers. Despite the fact that lightweight merino is perfectly fine to wear in warmer temperatures and even keeps you cool, it always seems to be top of mind when the weather turns chilly.  …

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Phunksun Goes Phurther With New Face Covers

By Leah Guill | September 28, 2021

We are in Boise, Idaho and at the time of this article our entire state is in “Crisis Standards of Care” because the virus we have all come to know, COVID19, is not going away. The higher rate of transmission with the Delta variant has caused our household to reevaluate our face coverings so that…

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