Casual duds from mountain brands.
Duckworth Woolcloud Snap Jacket
It’s stylie enough to double as a dinner jacket (anywhere we eat). But it also features Duckworth’s innovative high-loft wool so you could layer with it for lift-skiing. Learn more about U.S.-made Duckworth here. $250; duckworthco.com
Ninox Weston Hoodie
Made in the USA from organic cotton, this is what a full zip hoody costs if you care about the people making it. $150; ninox.cc
Arc’teryx A2B Commuter Pant
Cool weather bike commuting is great. But changing at the office is a pain. These breathable and water-repellent “denim” pants feature slick convertible features like reflective ankle cuffs that cinch. Switch ’em back and they’re just pants. $140; arcteryx.com
Stio Buckhorn Bonded Flannel Shirt
Fleece-lined cotton makes this more than a typical flannel shirt. Why? You could split wood in it without getting cold and clammy. $155; stio.com
Scarpa calls the Mojito (love that word) “crag casual.” What more can we say? Oh yeah, they have Vibram soles for light duty in slop and snow, and the craftsmanship is primo. Primo mojito that is. $140; scarpa.com —Marc Peruzzi | Photo by Clay Ellis
From the Winter 2015 issue.