Wilder & Sons: The Pride of the Pacific Northwest

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Wilder & Sons was created to inspire those who seek endless adventure, rain or shine. Their motivation is simple, the belief that living a life to its fullest only comes through visceral experience, say the thrill of riding a wave, or standing on the pegs of your motorbike while ramping down on the throttle, or riding snorkel deep powder through a forest of firs in the Cascades. Drawing inspiration from the great unknown of the American wilderness, they design their apparel and accessories to be packed and worn anywhere, from the mountains to the city. Here’s a few of their hottest new accessories.

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Oswald West Day Pack $39.98
Clean and simple design make for an incredibly functional daypack in the 600 denier Oswald. Zippered pockets in the lid and front keep you organized and the laptop sleeve and generous interior compartment provide plenty of storage for your daily adventures.

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Watchman Beanie $9.95
A classic beanie for your daily adventures. The Watchman is made of acrylic for durability and easy care. Its super dense knit is extra warm and soft. A versatile 12 inch length lets you wear it cuffed or uncuffed.

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Mizu V20 Growler Bottle $39.98
Commonly called a “growler”, Mizu ’s V20 is two liters of unabashed insulated heaven when you want to bring the party along on your adventures. Whether bringing extra cold water, a vat of hot coffee, or nearly a 6-pack worth of beer, the V20 makes you the hero of your caravan.

mzu01310_920742The Camp Cup $16.98
Mizu supercharged the old school tin camp cup by giving it a double-wall insulated stainless steel design, while keeping surfing dawn patrols and camping wake-up calls in mind. When space is at a premium, it can serve as the only cup you need going from morning coffee or tea to your evening Moscow Mule or beer and everything in between, all the while keeping your drinks as hot or cold as you like them.


To shop more Wilder & Sons check them out on The Clymb here.