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Tsubo Kristofer Boots

Tsubo Kristofer Boots

I’m a big fan of black boots. Boots are better than shoes. A good boot can make me feel more stable, sometimes more mature, sometimes more manly, and sometimes more mysterious. Tsubo’s Kristofer Boots are my new favorite black boots because they’re so cool and smooth that I even feel more handsome when I wear them. Made out [...]

December 3, 2014 Staff 0

Tsubo Women’s Ebonee Shoe

Tsubo Women’s Ebonee Shoe

I’m tall, I’m urban, and I don’t like fussy feet. That’s why my idea of dress shoes includes footwear that’s stylish but durable. Tsubo’s Ebonee Shoe has been the ideal work shoe for me. I like the simple style of the leather upper, with patent leather trim around the edges to add a bit of [...]

October 5, 2014 E.D. 0

Kavu Klassic Hoody

Kavu Klassic Hoody

Every once in a while I have the pleasure of testing a piece of apparel with that certain je ne sais quoin, an x-factor, if you will, that makes it unquestionably awesome. Kavu’s Klassic Hoody is exactly one of those items. How do I know? Because my wife stole it from me before I’d even put it [...]

April 24, 2014 Nathan Welton 0

Ibex OD Solo Shirt

Ibex OD Solo Shirt

I’ve been wearing Ibex’s OD Solo shirt for the last month in the Colorado high country, and have decided it might be the ultimate all-season button-down tee. This soft, 100-percent merino top breathes easy, regulates my core temperature, and is about as comfortable as a shirt can be. I plan on traveling, recreating, and drinking [...]

July 10, 2013 Nathan Welton 0

Snow Peak Titanium Spork

Snow Peak Titanium Spork

I’m sure Snow Peak had campers and backpackers in mind when they designed their Titanium Spork, but there are several reasons that this city gal needs one! I need to do everything I can to save the planet, including bringing my own Titanium Spork to picnics, parties, reunions, road trips, and other outings where people [...]

December 14, 2012 E.D. 0

Detours Fremontser Flap Pannier

Detours Fremontser Flap Pannier

After using the Detours Fremontser Flap Pannier, I’m feeling more inspired to ride my bike more often. I like the vertical, messenger bag style and functionality of the bag because it doesn’t look like a pannier and it’s not boxy. It’s minimalist design is very understated and urban, which is what I like!  The Detours Fremontster [...]

November 22, 2012 E.D. 0

Prana Keva Jacket

Prana Keva Jacket

I have a very active lifestyle, both for work and play, and the Prana Keva Jacket has become my new “go to” coat for blustery fall days! After just a few days, I fell for this warm, versatile cold-weather coat. It works with so many outfits, whether I’m wearing my yoga pants, jeans, or nice [...]

October 31, 2012 Natalie Sears 0

Isis Nimble Jacket

Isis Nimble Jacket

The Isis Nimble Jacket is exactly what I was looking for in a cold-weather jacket. It’s incredibly thin and lightweight but also quite warm. I’m 6’ tall, and allergic to down, so puffy coats just aren’t going to work for me. The Isis Nimble jacket is filled with 60g Thermacool™ Soft, a polyester insulation designed [...]

October 30, 2012 E.D. 0

Isis Lindsay Jacket

Isis Lindsay Jacket

When fall came to Jackson Hole with a flip of the switch, the Isis Lindsay Jacket helped me make the transition and face frosted windshields and cool autumn breezes. Now a proven staple of my fall wardrobe, the Lindsay Jacket is a versatile soft shell that works equally well in town or on the trails. [...]

October 20, 2012 Leslie Steen 2

Patagonia Women’s Pelage Jacket and Pelage Coat

Patagonia Women’s Pelage Jacket and Pelage Coat

If I had an award to give for the most fashionable jacket designed by an outdoor gear company, I would have to give it to the Patagonia Pelage Jacket. The runner up would be the Patagonia Pelage Coat. The first time I saw these fun, vintage-inspired pieces, I was desperate to wear them. They’re quite [...]

October 17, 2012 E.D. 0