Holiday Gift Guide for the Outdoor Adventure-Seekers

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Are you looking for the best gift that you could give to a loved-one or friend who is always out on an adventure? We’ve rounded-up the best gifts you could give them. These items will surely be their best buddy in their next adventure.

Exploring new trails with heavy-duty Salomon foot gears

This quality footwear will never let you down when exploring new terrains, new trails, and new adventures.

Salomon’s Sense Ride and XA Lite shoes are your best companion to get going in the next adventures.

Warmth and comfort

You can go out in the cold winter snow without feeling cold with this tri-climate jacket. Feel warm and remain comfortable during the winter. Each jacket comes with Omni-heat technology to keep its wearer warm.

The Whirlbird Interchange Jacket and Columbia Barlow Pass 500 are specifically designed for men and women to survive the biting cold.

These jackets can be detachable so you can still use the outer shell for the rainy season without feeling very hot. Columbia has designed this jacket to make you comfortable in any weather.

Adventure essentials from The North Face

The North Face (TNF) has also something for your quick adventures. The Access Pack, is a lightweight and durable backpack designed to help you keep all your gadgets and devices protected from moisture. Features include the fully molded foam for body protection, spring-steeled compartments, and webbed laptop-ejector handle.

Attack Wind Jacket from FOX

When weather is variable, you have to be able to adapt. Introducing the Attack Wind Jacket, a just-in-case outer layer which should be your constant companion during the shifting seasons. Made from an extremely lightweight Cordura Ripstor fabric, the jacket packs down into its own storage pouch and easily fits into your back jersey pocket.

The lightweight shell is wind and shower-proof making it the perfect garment for changing weather, unexpected drops in temperature or extended downhill sections.

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