Whether it’s jogging through Golden Gate Park or climbing in Camp 4, the stok team knows how to appreciate the outdoors. As the weather warms up, we wanted to share a few of our favorite pieces of gear.
FOR THE TRAIL
I’ve repeatedly purchased the same pair over and over again for about 13 years.
My 16-year-old pair is still kickin’. Great for hikes when I don’t feel like sporting the heavy, hot boots.
One more vote for these strappy, sturdy sandals! They’ve replaced my hiking boots, rain boots, and flip flops. I prefer no toe strap because then you can rock the oh-so-stylish “chacs and socks” in the winter.
Simple, but oh so warm. And made with B Corp love.
Already noted, but it bears repeating. Great for anything from the crag to my morning commute with Karl.
My multi-functional jacket has a built-in neck gaiter and mittens, and turns into a backpack when I get hot from cross country skiing or hiking! Can easily turn it into a bag, throw in my water bottle and layer, and am good to go.
FOR THE CAMPSITE
A recent purchase but has been perfect thus far.
Lightweight yet sturdy and comfortable, but my wife usually claims it when I’m camping with the fam…
*No link, just a friendly reminder that quality outdoor gear can span generations
Orange down sleeping bag handed down from my Dad, that I even did some field stitching on to keep the stuffing in.
Maximizes weight, time, and fuel.
FOR EVERYTHING ELSE
Hard to pick just one!
I don’t actually own one but all my friends love them and my one claim to fame is that I was once featured on their Instagram.
Still use my dad’s old one from the 80s.
I just bought this SWEET shade structure. Perfect for San Francisco beach days.
I don’t have one yet, but I’m dreaming of owning one. Really cool way to document your adventures.