The holidays are upon us, and so is the opportunity for some fantastic winter adventures. This year, think about gifting your family and friends some essentials that will get them outside, and treat yourself to some new adventure gear!
Backcountry is a great place to shop for the outdoor lover and adventurer in your life. They carry the top outdoor brands and products—from Arc’Teryx, Patagonia, Fjallraven, prAna, The North Face, and more—you are sure to discover something that fits each person on your list.
I’ve built up quite a collection of adventure gear and essentials over the past year (check out my Fall Bomber Jacket Outfit, my Outdoor Winter Outfit, or my Poncho Sweater Outfit) all from Backcountry’s impressive selection. Plus, Backcountry offers free 2-day shipping on all orders over $50 across the US, so you don’t have to worry about your items arriving in time!
Here are my favorite gift ideas for the adventure traveler this year!
This Stanley growler and tumbler set is an awesome gift for that adventurer in your life—and it’s a great value for the price. This set includes four stacking 12oz steel tumblers, and the growler can keep liquids cold 24 hours, and hot for 18 hours.
Luggage + Backpacks
Cold-weather gear and apparel can sometimes be hard to shop for. There are so many options, styles, and materials out there—how do you choose?! But, the Gearheads at Backcountry can easily help point you in the right direction. Simply start a chat on their website and you’ll get expert advice in minutes!
Personally, I love down parkas and hooded jackets to stay warm and comfortable. I layer them with a high-quality fleece or thick sweater. And, don’t forget some warm merino wool socks—the perfect stocking stuffer.
Adventure Apparel for Women
Adventure Apparel for Men
Hiking + Winter Boots for Women
Hiking + Winter Boots for Men
I love the Backcountry brand’s ethos— they want to help and inspire people to have their best experiences outside, try new activities, cross a trip off their bucket list, and conquer their fears. They also have a super helpful customer service team, that is not intimidating, and that’s coming from someone who is a bit of a beginner when it comes to extreme outdoor adventures!
Check out more adventure and travel gift ideas here on Backcountry’s Holiday Gift Guide!
This post was written in partnership with Backcountry. As always, thoughts and opinions expressed here are entirely my own!