Mens Travel Clothing

Wild Tribute: the perfect gift for the national park lover on your list

By Amy | December 1, 2020

Looking for a unique gift for the national park lover on your list? How about the outdoorsman or woman or backpacker or hiker? Wild tribute shirts are the perfect nod to our national park system, and they give back, too! Wild Tribute makes fun and beautiful T-shirts unique to various national parks, and donates four…

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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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Decathalon Freeride 3-in-1 Ski Pants

By Chris Guill | October 20, 2020

While this year has been a bit of a disappointment with the ski resorts shutting down early due to the Corona Virus I was able to get a day in with the new Decathalon Freeride 3-in-1 Ski Pants.  I picked these out to test as I have struggled for years finding a pair of Ski…

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Sierra Designs Men’s Sierra Jacket

By Amy | October 13, 2020

The weather is starting to turn here in Oregon, and since most of us want to extend the outdoor season so we can safely recreate, exercise, and travel, we need to apparel to make that happen! Enter the Sierra Designs Sierra Jacket, featuring 800 fill dri-down with a 30D shadow rip polyester shell and nylon…

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Western Rise

Western Rise Active Collection – Men’s Activewear Elevated

By Chris Guill | October 8, 2020

With our kids finally big enough to handle some real adventure we decided to take on Zion National park this fall. Anyone that’s been to this amazing part of southern Utah knows that with the unreal sensory comes some of the hottest temperatures in the nation. I needed activewear that could handle 5 days of…

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Smartwool 250 Base Layer Pattern Crew Iguchi

Stay Warm and Stylish with Smartwool Merino 250 Base Layer Pattern Crew

By Jill | September 18, 2020

Now that autumn temperatures are here, I’m craving cozy clothing items to wear both at home and one the road. One of the challenges of this pandemic year is living so much in super-casual home life that it’s often difficult to care about being somewhat “presentable” when I do venture out in the world. But…

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Helly Hansen Odin 3D Air Shell Jacket

Step into Fall with the Helly Hansen Odin 3D Air Shell Jacket

By Jill | August 28, 2020

As we approach fall, I’m cleaning out my gear shed. It’s tempting to hang onto things that perform well, but my focus going forward are items that are excellent in a variety of situations so I’m not hauling around a number of things that I don’t really need. One of the items that’s staying is…

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Rackle Shoes Introduces the 6 ounce Alex

By Leah Guill | August 1, 2020

During this time of lockdown and staged openings of our states, many of us are turning to the outdoors more than ever for a much needed break. Rackle Shoes has designed a natural, hemp upper shoe for your everyday adventures. Named the Alex, the Rackle shoe comes in three beautiful colors, Blue Nights, Redwood, and…

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Oboz Men’s Sawtooth II Boots

By Leah Guill | July 27, 2020

My new Oboz Sawtooth II boots came in the mail the night before my first backpacking trip in four years. I sat there staring at the new lightweight wonder boots and my old school leather indestructibly and heavy clodhoppers. Well, this was the last time I was going to do much with my daughter before…

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Cotopaxi Parque Rain Shell

Stay Dry with Cotopaxi Parque Rain Shell

By Jill | July 17, 2020

Whether you’re perpetually on the road or rediscovering your home territory, it’s essential to have a tried-and-true rain jacket. And while one of the most essential qualities of a rain jacket is to keep the moisture out, it’s also helpful when that waterproof barrier doesn’t result in making you feel stuffy or overheated. And it…

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