Whether you’re shopping for yourself or another, our gift guide includes something for everyone on your list… and it all comes from the most beautiful places of the West. We’ve curated our collection according to each state of the West, so browse to your road’trippin heart’s content.
Give’r – 4-Season Gloves – 114.00
Jackson Hole’s Give’r got it’s start in 2012 – literally born from adventure in the Teton mountain range of Wyoming. Give’r is another way to say “Give it your all, go for it!” Give’r gave it their all with their legendary 4-Season leather gloves. Touted as being the world’s most comfortable, versatile, and durable pair of waterproof, all-leather, insulated gloves. Be sure to opt for the waxed version and don’t forget to give them the initials of the lucky recipient.
Pendleton Woolen Mills – National Park Motor Robe & Carrier – 99.50
Pure virgin wool throw is the perfect size to take to your favorite National Park or toss in the car. Each one is still woven in Oregon’s Pendleton mills and comes with it’s own leather carrier. Called steamer rugs during the early 20th century, these blankets were a welcome companion for those who traveled by horse-drawn carriage, train or boat.
Pinch Flat Manufacturing – Bifold Wallets
Missoula based Pinch Flat Manufacturing is one of those truly genuine craftsman outfits. Each Bifold is handmade by Jeremy Haas himself. Originally trained as a screen printer and designer, Jeremy considers himself a nomad and his leatherworks reveal that rustic spirit.
Cured – Colorado Backcountry Picnic – 75.00
Designed for two adventurous souls, ready to be dropped into a backpack and taken on a mountain bike ride, a high alpine hike or a backcountry ski. Boulder, Colorado’s Cured has brought together a collection of goodies that includes 2 Colorado made cheeses, Elevations black pepper salami, 34 Degree crackers, Cured’s house made Backcountry Trail Mix, Cured’s House Baked butter cookies with sea salt and Colorado grown lavender, 2 cans of BottleRocket Iced Coffees, and a handy jute bag to carry it all in.
Bag Maker of Taos – Travel Satchel – 99.00 and up
Made from full grain, oil tanned cowhide, these travel satchel’s from Taos, New Mexico are designed to last a lifetime. Take your pic from a single or double-sided bag and seven different colors. Be sure to stop by their roadside sales stand at the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge next time your stopping in for a beer at Taos Mesa Brewing.
Outdoor Research – Plaza Down Skirt – 110.00
Puffy. Skirt. Two words that, when put together, make winter comfort magic. The Plaza Down Skirt is truly one of a kind. The skirt’s soft fleece and toasty 700-fill down insulation lets you work, stretch, and launch into your next adventure without missing a beat.
Rumpl – Puffy Blanket – 99.00
When we heard that a new high-performance outdoor puffy thing had come out, we couldn’t wait to get our hands on one for a Basin & Range Field Test. San Fransisco based Rumpl uses the materials, technology and fabrics that are typically used for outdoor products and creatively pits them against traditional home stuff. Their blanket is a masterful concoction of warmth, comfort and lightweight convenience all rolled up and ready for travel.
Chugach Chocolates – Dark Chocolate with Prince William Sound Sea Salt
Chugach (pronounced CHEW-gatch) Chocolates & Confections hand makes chocolate and sweet treats at the base of the Chugach mountain range in southcentral Alaska using skills passed down through generations. The light, rich taste of birch syrup matches beautifully with Chugach Chocolate’s 60% cacao. They also make the toffee in-house using Bridge Creek birch syrup from Homer. Sea salt straight from Alaska’s Prince William Sound waters gets combined with their 60% cacao. Then they source the salt from Alaska Saltworks, who hand-crafts the salt in small batches using solar evaporation.