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Stanley Nineteen 13 Carbonated Drink Bottle The Stanley holds 32 ounces inside a double-walled, insulated, stainless steel bottle. Even better, it has a high-pressure design that keeps the beer carbonated during the long haul. $28; Mountain Hardwear Women’s Nitrous Jacket The Nitrous makes an easy transition from the slopes to the streets. The supremely light 800-fill down offers essential warmth amid the high mountain chill, while the tough shell—decorated with some unique front stitching—is constructed from recycled poly. $220; Marmot Variant Jacket The new Variant takes “zoning” to a new level by providing insulation around your core, where you need it most to keep your body temp up, but then offers Polartec Power Stretch material around the back and sleeves for more mobility, and let’s face it, more style. This is one puffy jacket that doesn’t make you look like a marshmallow. $140;

Chaco ToeCoop Can’t live without your Chacos in the winter? Now you don’t have to. The ToeCoop has the same sole and familiar straps with a full-leather cover for chilly season protection. $110; Simple GUMshoe The GUMshoe could be one of the most environmentally friendly shoes on the planet. It’s made from hemp, without any animal products or byproducts, no glue, and  the soles are made from recycled car tire rubber. You can feel good about wearing the GUMshoe, but more importantly, the GUMshoe feels good to wear. $60;

PrAna Topaz Women’s Organic Reversible Hoodie This 100 percent organic cotton hoodie reverses from a solid to print, so when you stain one side, just flip it over. It’s two hoodies in one; either way you wear it, it’s comfy, stylish, and durable. PrAna makes its clothes using 100 percent wind energy . $85;

Core Concepts Whiskey River This western-styled midlayer is sportier than it looks. The shirt is constructed with a soft polyester inner that breathes well while wicking moisture, and the outer is DWR-coated for wind and rain resistance. Even better, it makes you look like a cowboy. $90;

Dew iStick This armband controls your iPhone or iPod wirelessly. Stick the device in your backpack, then wrap the arm band around your wrist and you’ve got controls at your fingertips at all times. The band is also water resistant and washable. $60;

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