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New year, new gear. (That’s our motto for this month, anyway.) Get a head-start on your resolution to spend more time outdoors by preparing yourself for the next 12 months of adventure. Here are our favorite gear choices for January 2019. (And be sure to check out the full ASN shop.)

Outerknown Puffer ($225)

Insulated, sustainable, and ready for whatever excursion you take it on. Outerknown has made it their mission to create responsible, sustainable products, and the Puffer is no different. Featuring responsibly sourced duck-down with 700 fill power, as well as PFOA-free durable water repellency, the jacket also utilizes rip-stop fabric made from recycled polyester to ensure it will last, as well as be kinder to the environment.

Rhodia GoalBook w/ Undated Calendar ($25.95)

There’s something about a quality notebook that seems the enhance our editorial skills. If one of your 2019 goals is to put pen to paper more, record your thoughts during your adventures and travels, or simply stay more organized, let Rhodia’s Goalbook help you get there. A grid design and numbered pages help keep things organized, while undated yearly and monthly calendars keep things flexible.

Relwen Stretch Windpant ($188)

Relwen, known for their workwear, takes the idea of their leisure as seriously as they do their work. The wind-resistant outer shell keeps the weather at bay, and the versatile fit means you can jog, climb, relax, or do whatever you’d like with ease and comfort.

Glerups The Boot – Camp Sole ($155)

Comfy, cozy, and now, more ready for camp than ever. Glerups are traditionally an indoor shoe, but with the Camp Shoe’s rubber sole, you can easily wear them lounging around camp as well. Made from 100-percent natural wool, they’re also breathable and antimicrobial. Go ahead, slip into something more comfortable this year.

Material The Iconics – Exclusive ($245)

With a name like The Iconics, we’ve got high hopes for this kitchenware set by Material. Every detail of the Iconics set is meant to make cooking easier, from stainless steel and walnut construction for durability, all the way to the space-saving stand that houses all the tools.

Barebones Pulaski Axe ($107.98)

Chop, chop! In the midst of winter, a roaring fire is of vital importance, meaning an axe to chop wood is, as well. A bigger tool than we’re used to seeing from Barebones, the Pulaski Axe features the elevated design details the brand is known for, including a solid steel core, as well as a removable hex nut, for easy rehandling. At three pounds, it’s not too heavy, and the dual blades make it a versatile outdoor tool.

Rumpl Many Moons Original Puffy Blanket – Throw ($129)

Rumpl is known for taking the humble camp blanket and imbuing it with both aesthetically pleasing designs, as well as durable materials meant to withstand days at camp. The Many Moons Throw depicts every moon phase in 2019 – a particularly thoughtful way to commemorate the year. Pick one up now and stay on top of the lunar activities ahead.

Selk’Bag Lite ($78.98)

Is it a sleeping bag? A onesie? A whole new category of outerwear and camp gear combined into one mind-blowing package? The Selk’Bag Lite was born in Chile, tested in Patagonia, and may just be your new best friend in the outdoors. It’s half bag, half insulated body suit, and stuffs down to the size of a football. It’s got removable booties so you can throw on hiking boots and wear it hiking, it’s dirt and moisture repellent, and seems to be ready or just about any activity you’ll throw at it.

Topo Designs Rover Pack ($139)

Classic, clean design, meet the outdoors. We couldn’t get enough of Topo Design’s Rover Pack in 2018, and 2019 isn’t any different. From Cordura fabric and YKK zippers, to natural leather lash tabs and inner sleeves for a laptop or iPad, every detail of this bag has been inspected and perfected.

Naglev Unico Kevlar Hiker ($230)

The support of a hiking boot, the agility of a trail runner, and the durability that only Kevlar can provide, all in one stylish shoe. Need we say any more? The Unico Kevlar Hiker utilizes the expertise of six generations of shoemaking, and the result is incredible versatility and capability. If you only purchase one shoe this year, this may have to be it.

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