Alaska style

After a day of hiking in Kachemak Bay State Park, it’s great to unwind fireside to catch the sunset. Keep cozy in a flannel and winter beanie. Waterproof pants also are great for any seats that might have a little condensation (or wine spills!).

Build Your Adventure Style

Fjord Flannel Shirt

A comfortable flannel shirt is great for layering on cold days. There are an increasing amount of women’s flannel colors and patterns so you don’t have to sacrifice style for warmth! 

Coal Rose Beanie

This beanie features bright colors that make for an eye catching bit of color in drab weather photos. 

Merrell Hiking Shoes

These are rugged hiking shoes good for shorter hikes. I still gravitate toward some ankle support if I’m logging many miles, but love the shorter boots for easier hikes. Great waterproofing! 

North Face Waterproof Pants

As any outdoor aficionado knows, rain happens. These are quick dry and light so you don’t feel weighed down while they dry. 

Patagonia Fleece Vest

Vests are a key wardrobe staple for layering. This snuggly one from Patagonia keeps your core warm. I own several in styles with and without a hood. 

Helly Hansen Crew Jacket

This is a fantastic lightweight jacket that’s bold color stands out in a crowd. 

The North Face Citer Backpack

Water resistant backpack with ample room for all your gear. Essentially waterproof as long as it’s not submerged. Wide straps make heavier loads manageable. 

Kuhl Hiking Pants

Kuhl makes some amazing outdoor hiking and exploring gear. Their hiking pants are incredibly comfortable with plenty of stretch for big strides and rock scrambles. Many of their pants a water resistant and windproof, making them a perfect fit for unpredictable conditions.