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Sandqvist Vidar Backpack, $189
This pack—made with sturdy cotton canvas, leather detailing, and plenty of pockets—is a great companion for your day hikes. Bonus points for the cool, versatile design that will transition easily into your life back at home.
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The Weather-Resistant Jacket
Penfield Kingman Jacket, $155
Our fingers are crossed that there’s nothing but blue skies during your getaway, but just in case you have to brave the elements, this lightweight, hooded jacket will do the trick.
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Danner Jag Boot, $170
These vintage-inspired, lightweight hiking boots—originally released in the ‘80s—have been resurrected with their classic look, but reformatted with modern materials (like a 100 percent waterproof membrane and a cushioned footbed). They work equally well on and off the trail.
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Pendleton Heather Hat, $119
Go ahead and throw this wool felt hat in your suitcase. It’s designed to be packable and won’t lose its shape after making the trip in your luggage.
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The Herbal Freshener
Fat and the Moon Deodorant Cream, $15
This aluminum-free deodorant is made with natural ingredients like black pepper essential oils, clary sage, and grapefruit. Your fellow hikers will thank you.
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Barebones Rechargeable Forest Lantern, $50
Retro in style, but modern in functionality, Barebones’ rechargeable lantern will light your space for up to four hours (or 80+ on its low setting) and has a USB connection, so you can use it to charge your gadgets.
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MiiR Growler, $59
You can keep 64 oz. of your favorite beverage cold for 24+ hours or hot for up to 12 hours in this handy growler. It’s especially appropriate if your favorite beverage happens to be beer.