Just a few somewhat outdoorsy suggestions from your friends at Pale Morning Media.
Shamrock Shakes. I don't know what's in it either, but I love it.
There's only one Stormy Kromer. Fortunately for you, they're at the factory right now (in Ironwood, Michigan) making more of their original cap for the masses of passionate brand followers. LINK
The TreePod. No nails, no splinters, just a massively successful Kickstarter campaign and a bunch of luck folks getting the first ones (ever) this April. LINK
Deuter EXP Race. Isn't it nice to know there's a bike pack that's actually built for speed? LINK
Purnell Flannel Shirt. Purnell builds clothes like great architects build houses ... with thoughtfulness and great ingredients. LINK
Hurling. Looks totally safe to me.
Flambeau Frost Boxes. It's always time to fish at Flambeau. LINK
Kokokat Idol Dry Suit. You've got your GORE-TEX, you've got your SwitchZip Technology, and you've got a Made-in-USA commitment that leads the outdoor industry. Doesn't get much better. LINK
Brodie Mountain is one of New England's "lost ski areas." Can't beat that patch. LINK
Ortovox Rock N Wool shirt. Don't be fooled by the collar, this shirt is built for pure badassery -- high altitude, high speed, high exposure. LINK
UV Buff Bugslinger. Technically speaking, the Buff protects you from wind and sun. But deep down, we all know that it's worn because it's damn cool. LINK
Farm to Feet's Greensboro Crew is built with All-American Wool and All-American jobs. Plus, it's a great sock for running in any season. LINK
Corned beef and cabbage. Tasty stuff. Especially at 2 am.
Ortovox Peak 35 Backcountry Pack. True story: this is the best ski pack I've ever had the pleasure of carrying. Clean lines, incredible attention to detail, carries great, and has a perimeter zipper that will make you turn your nose up at every other pack. Is it possible a pack can make you want to ski more? This one does. LINK
The Westcomb Tango Hoody is pretty much the ultimate shoulder season jacket. Enough stretch for skiing or climbing, enough insulation for the coldest winter/spring/whatever-season-this-is days, and an epic amount of smart style. LINK
I have no idea what's going on here. But I still like it.