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Daylight savings is about to end, winter is almost here, and it’s time to gear up for the new season ahead. Here are our favorite gear choices for November 2018. (And be sure to check out the full ASN shop.)

Western Rise Airloft Jacket – Exclusive ($250)

The Western Rise Airloft Jacket is a lightweight, tailored jacket option that’s meant to look as good on the streets as it performs in the mountains. It’s water, stain and wind-resistant, and packs away into a small pouch for easy storage and travel.

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Give’r 4 Season Glove ($114)

Looking for a durable glove option this winter? This waterproof, wax-coated option from Give’r is everything one could ask out of a glove: It’s got a 40 g Thinsulate insulation lining, breathable Hipora membrane, and an all-leather exterior.

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Goal Zero Torch 250 Flashlight + USB Power Hub ($80)

Camping and being outdoors is made much easier when products are streamlined, multi-purpose, and durable. Goal Zero’s Zero Torch flashlight fulfills all of those requirements: It’s an emergency LED light and power hub in one, featuring a built-in solar panel and handle crank charging abilities. Long story short … With this thing, you’re never going to run out of power.

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Patagonia Retro Pile Jacket ($139)

What’s better than vintage-inspired fleece? Pairing it with the expertise from the team over at Patagonia, that’s what. Made with double-sheared polyester shearling, this cozy piece will keep you warm all winter long.

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BioLite FirePit ($260)

Fire, meet Bluetooth technology. BioLite’s FirePit is both a portable grill and firepit, all in one. With the ability to adjust flame size from an app that pairs with the integrated fan, the FirePit is the modern version of the classic bonfire.

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Suit Iron Sweater ($90)

Made from a wool/acrylic blend, the Iron sweater is made for the active, contemporary lifestyle. It’s a classic fit, with technical details that make it far more than just your average sweater.

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Bond Travel Gear Escapade Gear Pouch ($37)

Bond Travel Gear is made to stand up to whatever type of travel you throw at it. It’s made from abrasion and tear-resistant ballistic nylon fabric, along with double-stitched zippers and stress points. It’s water resistant, and built with thoughtful details to make traveling as easy as possible.

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Nemo Equipment Stargaze Recliner ($180)

Want to stargaze, but don’t have a comfortable way to do it besides laying on the ground? We’ve got you covered. Nemo Equipment’s Stargaze Recliner is a swinging chair that can rest easily on uneven surfaces, has an auto-recline feature that finds the perfect angle for you, and boats an intuitive set up that only takes three steps.

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Salewa Mountain Trainer GTX ($199)

Salewa has been crafting gear for explorers and adventurers since the 1930s, so it would be safe to say they know what they’re doing when it comes to the outdoors. The Mountain Trainer GTX are rugged trail shoes, built to withstand the toughest terrain.

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Coalatree Trailhead Pant ($90)

Great for hiking, but also for traveling the Trailhead Pant is lightweight, packable, quick-drying and durable. It also boasts water and stain-resistance, as well as moisture-wicking and antimicrobial properties. You’ll want to take it everywhere with you this winter and beyond.

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