7 Outdoor Lifestyle Brands That You Need to Know

If your free time consists of spending time outside or going on hikes and camping trips, then you need to have gear that’s practical and stylish. We’re not trying to be matchmaker’s but you need to check out these 7 brands that will integrate perfectly with your outdoor lifestyle.

Proof Eyewear Outdoor Gear Essential

Proof Eyewear

Looking for some stylish eyewear that’s also sustainable? Proof Eyewear has been pioneering sustainable eyewear since the beginning.  They offer products, handcrafted from sustainably sourced woods, cotton-based acetate, recycled aluminium, and repurposed skateboard decks.  By embracing a socially conscious business model, $10 of each frame purchase goes directly to our Do Good program funding service projects both locally and globally.


Lems Shoes Outdoor Gear Essential

Lems Shoes

Why we love Lem’s Shoe’s is simple – shoes should be designed using the bare minimum. They should fit the foot’s natural shape while allowing your feet to move like you’re wearing nothing at all. They have an interesting story where back in 2008, Lems’ creator, Andrew Rademacher, reached his end point searching for shoes that fit the natural shape of the foot. Starting out by dissecting his favourite running shoes and cutting out unnecessary material, he decided to learn the art and science of shoemaking in his own way. He studied shoe fitting, last construction, and pattern making so that he would be able to design his shoes to fit like no other on the market. In September 2011, Lems released its first product – the Primal. Though Lems has come a long way since that original design, Andrew continues to study his art while staying true to his mission of making naturally fitting footwear that allows your feet the freedom to be just as nature intended.

Power Practical Outdoor Lifestyle essential

Power Practical

Power Practical brings simple, reliable power and lighting solutions to your home, vehicle, and outdoor adventures. Designed in Salt Lake City, Utah, their quiver of products is loaded with Waterproof light ropes, rechargeable windproof electric lighters, and portable USB battery packs.

Everyday California Outdoor Lifestyle essential

Everyday California

Everyday California is a lifestyle company that’s been rooted in adventure since 2012. From humble beginnings running kayak tours out of a back of a truck in La Jolla, they have since turned into a staple for those who love everything about California. From adventure to apparel (and even beer!) they’ve slowly but surely have been sharing California with everyone who wants to share the spirit of adventure. Check out their comforable and stylish array of apparel, great for any occasion!




Ogden Made Outdoor lifestyle essential

Ogden Made

Ogden Made is built on individuals who share the desire to make quality handmade products. We don’t hear that quite often these days, but Odgen Made has artisans who hand-stitch their premium handmade packs, bags, and accessories. No factories and no assembly lines, so you can ensure that you’re Ogden Made product, is made with the utmost attention to detail and care. Check out their best selling 2 Bit Klettersack that comes in 10 different styles!

Grayers Outdoor Lifestyle essential

Grayers

Before denim, before chinos, there were Grayers. The inspiration behind the name came about when Peter Georgiou, Grayers founder, a 12-year Ralph Lauren veteran, and veritable history buff, was reading about Britain in the 1930’s. Young men switched from wearing three-piece suits to grey flannel trousers, commonly known as Grayers. And the casual menswear movement was born. With a refined outdoorsy feel, Grayers is rewriting the classics with the best quality, redefined and modernized.


King & Fifth Outdoor Lifestyle Essential

King & Fifth

King & Fifth Co puts quality and fits first when it comes to designing products, creating timeless essentials and effortless style. They’ve recently launched eyewear and their highly anticipated fedora for the Fall season. Check them out!

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