5 Essential Gifts for the Outdoor Adventurer
Be the best dressed guy on the slopes this year with a little help from Harry
Indoor activities may be curtailed for the moment, but the great outdoors remains as welcoming as ever this season. Whether you’re carving powder in the Rockies or snowshoeing across the lake at the cottage, these warm and stylish winter necessities will keep you looking your best.
Moncler Ski Goggles
Just because you’re not skiing in St. Moritz this year doesn’t mean you can’t dress like it. These goggles make the perfect complement to any high-fashion ski ensemble, plus their big photochromic lenses will automatically darken depending on light conditions.
Canada Goose Arctic Down Gloves
Your body gets the benefit of down insulation, so why not your fingers, too? Kiss frozen digits farewell with these high-performance gloves from a brand that knows a thing or two about keeping out winter’s chill.
Parajumpers Down Puffer Jacket
When it comes to fighting off the elements, Parajumpers gets the job done in style. This season put your faith in this sleek black puffer that, thanks to features like a drawstring hood, elastic snap neck closure and ribbed knit storm cuffs, will withstand anything mother nature throws at you.
Pajar Paolo Shearling-Lined Suede Boots
The perfect winter boots aren’t just warm enough to withstand the worst windchills and sturdy enough to slog through slush, they are also handsome enough to look good with the rest of your winter wardrobe. These leather, suede and shearling boots do all that and then some. Did we mention they’re also made in Canada?
Paul & Shark Ribbed Eco-Wool Toque
There’s a good reason black, grey and navy blue are the official tones of most winter outerwear, but there’s nothing wrong with a pop of colour – especially in the depth of February. This Italian-made wool toque won’t just keep your head warm, its cheerful yellow hue might just put a smile on your face, too.