Patagonia’s new Snap-T, just the right amount of tweed, Craghoppers’ durable trousers and more.
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Reveals, New Launches and Gear
Patagonia Men’s Down Snap-T Pullover
The Sanp-T pullover is arguably Patagonia’s most iconic piece ever produced. For Fall/Winter 2015, they have launched an all-new line of Snap-T’s featuring their heritage logo. The Down Snap-T Pullover uses a 44 percent recycled polyester with DWR shell to keep the 600-fill-power-traceable duck down dry. The piece is wind-resistant to keep you warm and toasty on those early mornings at the lake.
Craghoppers Wetherby Trouser
Craghoppers’ new heritage line includes the Wetherby Trouser. With reinforced knees, it’s a tough pant designed to go anywhere.
Christian Woo Stool Series
Christian Woo’s new stools are the perfect seats to relax and enjoy a few pours of Scotch.
Stormy Kromer x Harris Tweed Collection
Tweed in moderation is a good thing; remember this while you peruse Stormy Kromer’s new Harris Tweed collection.
Public School x Tumi Medium Trip Packing Case
The perfect bag to hold all of your essentials for the extended weekend.
Berghaus Baffin Island Jacket
Whether you’re planning a hike on Denali or simply preparing for cooler weather, Berghaus’s waterproof shell is a good option for your travels.
Reviews and Buying Guides
Advice from the Crew
The Best Beers from Wyoming’s Top Brewers
In the past few years, the Wyoming craft beer scene has exploded with delicious brews from every corner of the state. Here are six of the best. Read the Review
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