Wild Things Alpinist Jacket Review

Wild Things Alpinist

Started in 1981 by hard core climbers John Bouchard and Marie-Odile Meunier, Wild Things has more recently focused on technical outerwear for the U.S. Military, law enforcement, and some consumer markets. Last winter, however, the company returned to its roots and completely relaunched the Alpine line consisting of base layers, mid layers, and outer layers, as well as climbing packs and expedition duffels. As the only hardshell in the line, the new Alpinist Jacket has been designed for extreme versatility.

Hit The Slopes In A Faux Fur Animal Hood This Winter

SpiritHoods Faux Fur Animal Hood

Once reserved for Burning Man attire, animal hoods have hit the mainstream. Los Angeles based SpiritHoods has created a line of faux fur, animal inspired hoods and hats that not only look cool, but contribute to the preservation of the endangered animals they represent. Pair the SpiritHoods with the Astis leather mittens to complete your Native American inspired look on the slopes this winter.  

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