Mens Travel Clothing

Icebreaker Tropos Hooded Windbreaker

Out in the Elements With Icebreaker Tropos Hooded Windbreaker

By Jill | March 6, 2020

When you’re headed out on a windy day, you want a jacket that keeps you warm, protects you from the wind cutting through your skin like a knife, and isn’t made from a loud fabric that folks might hear three blocks away. My current windbreaker of choice is the Icebreaker Tropos Hooded Windbreaker. Icebreaker is…

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Bombas Compression Socks

Wear Bombas Compressions Socks on Long Flights

By Jill | February 28, 2020

There are seemingly endless reasons to hate long-haul flights: cramped seats, indifferent treatment, bad food, stale air, cranky travelers, no room to stretch, and health hazards from viruses to sore muscles to deep-vein thrombosis (DVT). All for combined hours and hours of discomfort. But all with the promise of landing in a different place packed…

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Helly Hansen winter layers

By Amy | December 31, 2019

‘Tis the season to make sure you have your winter alpine ski season wear! We’ve been checking out some staples from Helly Hansen this month, including a dual-purpose mid-layer and an apres-ski pullover you won’t want to miss out on. Lifaloft Hybrid Insulator jacket: The perfect weight and thickness to pair with a Merino wool…

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HH Odin Mountain Hybrid Softshell Jacket

Let it Snow with Helly Hansen Odin Mountain Softshell Jacket

By Jill | December 6, 2019

Snow is everywhere as we ease into the winter season, and if you haven’t already pulled your winter wardrobe out of storage, now’s the time. It’s also often when we look through the clothing from past seasons that we realize we need one new item—either to replace what we’ve grown out of, or replace what…

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2019 GoLite Mens ReBound Jogger and ReActive Boxer Briefs

By Chris Guill | August 7, 2019

GoLite is one of my favorite men’s activewear brands and I love when they send me their latest products to test.  This year they were kind enough to send me the ReBound Jogger and ReActive Boxers.  I love how GoLite products look and fit but it’s their amazing commitment to environmentally friendly low energy production…

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Cotopaxi Cubre Full-Zip Fleece Jacket

Stay Warm and Cozy in Cotopaxi Cubre Full-Zip Fleece Jacket

By Jill | July 5, 2019

Even though we often need to find clothing items that perform well in a variety of conditions to save packing space, it’s hard to beat a soft fleece jacket for warmth and comfort. I haven’t had a go-to fleece in a while, but my current favorite is the Cotopaxi Cubre Full-Zip Fleece Jacket. Made with…

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The Shammy Towel that You Need Now

By Leah Guill | May 16, 2019

When I say, “Shammy” you say, “towel!”. Shammy! — Towel! Summer is closing in on us quickly and that means we are off to more outdoor adventures lakeside, beachside and into the woods we go. Packing light for the majority of our trips is ideal as we have finally instituted the rule requiring everyone to…

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Solgaard Men’s Hex Watch The Conductor

By Ramsey | May 13, 2019

Stylish watches are everywhere. They come in different shapes and sizes with large faces or small faces. Personally, I have become a big fan of any watch that has interchangeable features like the face of the watch and the arm bands so that you can customize it with your mood for the day. Or you…

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Fjallraven Abisko Light Trekking Trousers

Hit the Trail with Fjallraven Abisko Lite Trekking Trousers

By Jill | April 26, 2019

Spring’s hiking trails are all open (except those that still have some late winter snow), and there’s no reason you can’t get out there and see all the new life, from trees to wildflowers to the animals that make the great outdoors their home. Why not hit all those trails in durable, comfortable hiking pants…

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Marmot Bantamweight Jacket

Sing in the Rain with the Marmot Bantamweight Jacket

By Jill | March 22, 2019

Spring has sprung in the Northern Hemisphere and we know what brings all the flowers and green out this season, right? Rain. While we can sing in the rain and still go out adventuring, getting wet can sometimes kill an outing. And packing a heavy rain jacket isn’t always necessary when we want to travel…

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