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After the pandemic, we definitely went through a period of rediscovering the beauty of the outdoors. It was a rediscovery that was mirrored in sartorial trends, too. The meteoric rise of gorpcore coincided with the pandemic as we found any chance possible to get some fresh air. Well, after a long, cold winter, the sun is creeping back into our lives, and therefore, so is our love of hiking.

Our love of hiking is difficult to separate from our love of hiking gear. With labels like GR10K, ROA, _J.L-A.L_, and more representing a new era for the style, characterized by clean, tailored cuts and high-tech materials, it’s difficult not to fall in love with hiking gear.

Few retailers represent the bright stars of gorp better than Slam Jam, so there was no better place to round up our top picks for a new hiking season.

Shop the best hiking gear for the new season below.

GR10K Restraint Lanyard Belt

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GR10KRestraint Lanyard Belt
$100
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You'd be surprised how useful a simple lanyard belt comes in. Whether you're using it to hold up your pants that are weighed down with gear or attach a water bottle to your backpack, this lanyard belt is essential.

HOKA Mafate Speed 2 Origins Sneakers

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HOKAMafate Speed 2 Origins Sneakers
$170
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HOKA's running shoes come in all shapes and sizes for different purposes. When it comes to hiking, we opt for the Mafate Speed 2. Featuring a robust Vibram outsole, they're ideal for unforgiving terrain.

ROA Gloves

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ROAGloves
$208
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ROA built a cult following with its style-forward hiking footwear. Recently, though, the brand has broken into the world of apparel with serious finesse, too.

Ramidus Helinox Sacoche

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RamidusHelinox Sacoche
$75
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One of the defining aspects of a good hiking fit is accessorizing. The Ramidus Helinox Sacoche is the lightweight bag your outdoor style has been waiting for.

_J.L-A.L_ Lucent Jacket

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_J.L-A.L_Lucent Jacket
$573
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_J.L-A.L_ is undoubtedly one of the most exciting names in technical style right now. With a collaboration with HOKA under his belt, 2023 is looking to be a strong year.

Curated Parade Island Longsleeve Shirt

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Curated ParadeIsland Longsleeve Shirt
$175
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With winter still fresh in our minds, it's tempting to keep reaching for the trusty down jacket. But pieces like the Island Shirt by Curated Parade are the real spring stars, thanks to their layering options.

_J.L-A.L_ Delwa Jacket

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_J.L-A.L_Delwa Jacket
$696
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One thing that stands out about _J.L-A.L_'s style is the exactitude of every cut, seam, and finish. There's a fine line between luxury tailoring and this kind of immaculate construction.

GR10K Waterproof 3L Arc Pants

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GR10KWaterproof 3L Arc Pants
$575
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Sure, it's spring, and the days of freezing snow may be behind us, but it's a season famed for its unexpected rainfall. Stay waterproofed.

HOKA Hopara Sandals

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HOKAHopara Sandals
$114
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HOKA's typically chunky sole unit gains even more impact when transplanted onto a sandal. The Hopara silhouette is unmissable and highly convenient for spring hiking.

ROA Minaar Sneakers

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ROAMinaar Sneakers
$303
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ROA's Minaar Sneakers occupy the niche in between full-blown hiking boots and lightweight sneakers. As such, there aren't many better options for spring's transitional weather.

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