Overpriced socks and chocolates are great, but if your special someone is an outdoorsman, these classic Valentine’s Day gifts probably aren't going to blow them away. They'll most likely get excited over cleverly designed cargo space and durable materials, which means you’re best off doing a bit of research on outdoor gear.
Finding the perfect gift for outdoorsy types can be tough, but we’ve compiled a list of products to get camping in style. And since the explosion of gorp has seen waterproof fabrics and trail running sneakers transfer from mountain trails to runways, there are more options available than ever.
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ROA Lhakpa Sneaker
Any kind of outdoor excursion is always better when a Vibram sole is the foundation of your footwear. ROA's Lhakpa blends practicality with technical specs that are sure to hold down the most experienced explorers.
Stone Island Flask Bag With Bottle
Aside from having the right gear and dressing appropriately, it’s important to stay hydrated when venturing outdoors. Help your guy level up with this Stone Island flask that keeps drinks cold or hot for over 12 hours with ease.
The North Face ThermoBall Mules
While boots and sneakers are a must for foraging through the woods, slipping on a cozy pair of mules after a long day is the best way to relax.
RANRA Gjof Fleece Jacket
Sure you guy might have a fleece, but he definitely deserves one with a bit of luxury attached to it. RANRA’s low-key aesthetics allows your guy to stand out properly without even having to try hard.
Snow Peak Takibi Hat
Though dad caps are cool, it’s best to have a hat that you can rely on when the weather drops, especially when outdoors for long stretches of time. Snow Peak’s tabiki hat is made from a military-grade fabric and lined with faux fur, and even comes with foldable flaps and a chin strap to keep your noggin toasty.
C.P. Company Ba-Tic Mixed Crossbody Pack
Even if you aren’t exploring the woods regularly chances are this crossbody bag will come in handy. Crafted using three layers and garment-dyed for a unique finish, this bag can hold all your belongings and more.
Elmer Gloves Wool Pile Glove
Elmer gloves are the real deal. The company has been crafting the staple accessory for over 100 years and was even founded in a town called Gloversville. Aside from their history, these gloves are touchscreen compatible and are made from 100% wool.
Norda x Ciele The 001 M Gravel
The 001 might be one of the most underrated sneakers to release within the last few years. Crafted from some of the most lightweight and durable fabrics available, Norda's sneakers are great for trail running or simply getting around the town.
Highsnobiety Reversible Polar Fleece Zip Jacket
The only thing better than having a fleece when camping is one that reverses to change your look on the fly. Crafted from Japanese nylon and polar fleece, the jacket comes with six pockets and has an adjustable waistband to dial in your fit.
Pauluschkaa Checkered Beanie
Sure your outdoorsy crush might already have a beanie but was it hand-crotched in Berlin? This colorful accessory is a great way to add some flare to your next excursion.
Ugg x Children of the Discordance Sheepskin Gloves
If you’re searching for a gift your significant other can flex with then these sheepskin gloves should do the trick. Complete with unique embroidery and co-branding, these gloves can survive anything you throw at it.
Ina Seifart Karabiner Small
Arguably everything on this list is essential for outdoorsy types, but karabiners are the gift that keeps on giving. You'll never know when you'll need one in a pinch.
Highsnobiety Nylon Side Bag
Having too many bags is never a bad thing and ours is so lightweight, you’ll easily forget you’re carrying it. Wear it around your waist or throw it over your shoulder, any way you use it’s sure to hold you down.