Looking for some outdoor gear to add to your wish list? We’ve compiled a list of our top requests this holiday season. Here’s to hoping you find one of these under the tree this Christmas morning!
1.Tubbs Junior Storm Snowshoes
The Tubbs jr snowshoes are perfect for trudging through the winter snow. Designed specifically for trailblazers looking to go on many outdoor adventures this winter! Snowshoeing is the perfect winter activity to get family and friends outside.
2. Carhartt Toque
Time to stay warm in style! Keep up with this year’s winter trends with a Carhartt winter toque. Along with their great look, these hats are also super warm and functional for all of the outdoor winter activities such as snowshoeing, ice fishing and hunting.
3. Black Diamond Revolt Headlamp
Be prepared for the dark winter nights with a handy headlamp! A new headlamp will allow you to continue your outdoor adventures even after the sun goes down. This headlamp has high lumens to ensure excellent visibility, as well as a rechargeable battery for minimal waste and guaranteed battery life!
4. Darn Tough Wool Socks
Everyone needs warm feet in the winter! Toss away your cotton socks and replace them with wool, to guarantee warm toes all winter long. The Darn Tough wool socks are guaranteed for life, so if you put a hole in them or wear them out they will replace them!
5. Pro-knot outdoor knot tying book & paracord
Add this handy little waterproof knot book and paracord to your stocking stuffer list! It’s pocket size will allow you to have it handy when you need to tie the perfect knot. There’s also nothing better than practicing your knots on a cold day to prepare for camping season!
6. Kleen Kanteen
Sip hot chocolate in your Kool new Kleen Kanteen! Make sure to add this to your Christmas wish list and feel good about using a reusable mug.
7. Etip Gloves
What more could you want then these lightweight fleece gloves to keep your hands warm this winter? These gloves are made so you can use your phone or music player without having to face the cold and take your