Cotopaxi Fuego LT Down Jacket

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I have a serious love for Cotopaxi gear. This grand is headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, one of the epicenters for outdoor recreation and exploration, in my opinion. Their apparel and gear is always extremely well made, fun, and colorful. The most recent item I checked out from Cotopaxi is their Fuego LT down jacket. A down jacket or …

Stylish coverage with Arc’teryx Women’s A2B Hardshell Blazer

Arc'teryx Hardshell Blazer

Whether you’re at home or traveling, riding a bike in the rain and wind isn’t necessarily the top of ideal excursions. Weather happens, and if you’re active, you’re out in it regardless. But why not have gear for the elements no matter where you are? One of the best overall pieces that mixes urban styling and advanced performance is the …

Layer up for warmth with Kari Traa baselayers

Kari Traa Rose Half-Zip

Unless you only travel to tropical climates, there’s always a reason to have good baselayers. Not just for skiing, baselayers come in handy for staying warm in general—whether that’s while you’re camping, hiking, or walking on glaciers. On my recent visit into the Arctic Circle, I brought a Kari Traa Rose Half-Zip top and Rose Pant to layer under my …

Layer it up with Duckworth Women’s Vapor Relaxed Tank and Tunnel Hood

Wool isn’t only for winter. Known for keeping humans warm during cold-weather activities like skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, climbing, and merely existing outdoors, wool also has other properties that make for great travel clothing. Two pieces that I’ve been using in winter and now, in warmer months, are Duckworth Women’s Vapor Relaxed Tank and Vapor Relaxed Tunnel Hood. The natural fibers …