Gifts for people who seem to spend a lot of time out (but in fact they are just from Brooklyn)



Some of your friends prefer to do things out: Hiking, climbing, skiing, camping. Some of them want to look like they are doing these things. Here's what to buy for that friend or family member who "loves the great countryside" – as long as they can make a good Instagram out of it.

Your boyfriend wants to be ready for adventure – but not So ready for adventure that can not also walk to a Starbucks. Ahnu's hiking boots are ideal to combine utility with portability: They will hold back during the rise of glaciers in Iceland and will look pretty cute, going through the city. From $ 108 to Amazon.

Let the one who did not buy the touch screen gloves as a last minute gift throws the first stone. Now your cousin can take virgin photos from her snowy adventures for hiking without freezing her fingers. Grab a few for $ 17 at Amazon or follow our guide to make your own.

Your philosopher-friend-outdoorsman-hipster does they actually spend a lot of time out – if you count the cycling they do with their move. Giro Sutton is widely regarded as the best-in-show for passenger helmets. It will keep your favorite person looking cool. And most importantly, they will protect their adorable little noggin as zippers beyond BQE at peak time. From $ 37 to Amazon.

So your roommate can hit a figurine to bring you home while looking out into the night sky above Joshua Tree. $ 150 through James.

So, your roommate can hit a stick in your fire. $ 16 on Amazon.

Let's be true: your brother will probably never go on the journey of the backpack that continues to talk. But if you get a study bag like Fjallraven, which can be depilated for a longer life, it will at least be able to do a day or hike without investing in a new bag. And we'll see too rough on the L. train. From $ 117 to Amazon.

Your best friend has a list of bucket trips that will have to be shuffled on rocky cliffs and slip down snowy slopes. Take a pair of pants that can handle any kind of activity or weather – without making it look like an oak. Patagonia's Simul Alpine Pants go for $ 139 and are available for both men and women. It is sensationally flattering and surprisingly elastic. It will keep the snow and rain away, and with a thermal layer or two under them they can handle almost any climate.


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