Wilder & Sons: The Pride of the Pacific Northwest


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.


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.


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.


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.

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