I think we speak for everyone when we say that the great outdoors never meant as much to us as when we were in lockdown. The freedom of the open planes felt like a surreal contrast to the four walls that we saw day in, day out. That love for getting out into the fresh air still hasn’t left us. We’ve been hiking all summer and we’re not about to stop just because fall and winter are here. With the help of Urban Outfitters, we’re going to keep exploring despite the weather.
As part of its Greater Outdoors category, Urban Outfitters has put together a collection of outdoor clothing essentials. From The North Face to the retailer’s own BDG brand, the selection covers the full spectrum of outdoor clothing. Better still, with a considered focus on the style aspect, these pieces are not exclusive to the countryside — they’re valuable companions in the urban setting, too.
Below, we’ve picked out 10 pieces of outdoor clothing that we are sporting in the wild this season. Spanning workwear, sportswear staples, and cozy loungewear, it’s a one-stop shop for your outdoors supplies.
Keep scrolling to shop our favorite bits of outdoor clothing for winter hikes.
The North Face 1996 Retro Nuptse Puffer Jacket
The North Face's 1996 Retro Nuptse Jacket is an undisputed icon. From the cropped silhouette to the two-tone palette, every characteristic of this piece is instantly recognizable.
Without Walls Colorblock Sherpa Vest
Fleeces are a great asset when it comes to layering up for the cold. This lively colorblocked iteration from Without Walls is cut to a vest shape so as to make layering even easier.
BDG Quilted Double Knee Jeans
Originating in workwear, the double-knee pant has hit the big time over that past year or two. Reinforced denim panels add visual structure and extend the lifespan of this pair of jeans from Urban Outfitters' sub-label BDG.
Birkenstock Boston Shearling Lined Clog
Well, it's not strictly something you should be sporting on your hikes, but you'll be glad you copped a pair when you get home with chilly feet.
Urban Outfitters Sherpa Jacket
One of our best finds this season has been Urban Outfitters' Sherpa Jackets. Resplendent in a range of eye-catching colorways, the waving checkerboard pattern is a big styling asset and at just $89 it's easy on the wallet, too.
Dickies Reworked Corduroy Double Knee Pant
Workwear legend Dickies knows a thing or two about making garments that last and that's exactly what you need from your outdoor clothing. These double-knee pants feature alternating corduroy paneling and look perfect in bold turquoise.
Dr. Martens x Herschel Supply Co. Reeder Utility Shoe
Dr. Martens boots have a name for being some of the hardest-wearing styles on the market. In collaboration with Herschel Supply Co., the Reeder Utility Shoe gets an even stronger update with Cordura uppers for a basically indestructible, waterproof ride.
tentree National Geographic Logo Hoodie Sweatshirt
For much of lockdown when we were dreaming of hitting the mountains, the best that we could get was a good documentary on Nat Geo. To honor the GOAT of TV channels, we're representing wholeheartedly this season.
Gramicci Original Belted Climb Pant
Sitting at the intersection of style and utility, Gramicci's climbing-inspired collections are ideal for straddling the city-countryside gap.
BDG Brushed Plaid Quilted Shirt Jacket
Plaid shirts have long been bread and butter for the outdoors gang. This trusty lumberjack comes quilted for a satisfyingly heavyweight take on the staple.
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