Wearing your outdoor gear indoors and out is so very Seattle. But trail-friendly design doesn’t have to be unfashionable. These picks are durable enough for the woods while also being stylish enough for the city.
Slip on the chic Sorel Ella Sandal ($80 at sorel.com) and go easily from the picnic table to the brunch table. Designed in seven lovely leather hues, the style sports a sturdy rubber sole and comfy footbed for every day, everywhere wear.
Rep your favorite local outdoor brand as you hit the trails or the neighborhood pub. The retro-inspired REI Co-op Men’s Trail Supplies Trucker Hat ($25 at REI and rei.com) has an adjustable snap closure and is made with cotton twill. Plus, 5% of each sale benefits National Scenic Trails.
Hit the streets and the campground in the sporty, locally designed Outdoor Research Women’s Ferrosi Skort ($75 at Outdoor Research, SoDo, and outdoorresearch.com), which is both light and breathable, durable and water-resistant. Available in five colors.
Take your time — literally — with the rugged, Seattle-designed Filson Chronograph Watch ($450 at Filson, SoDo, and filson.com). Made from heavy-duty materials in three colors, the timepiece can handle an outdoor adventure, but is sleek enough to wear for a night out on the town.
Built with an axe loop, pockets and lash tabs, you can pack a whole lot in the Topo Designs Klettersack ($169–$189 at topodesigns.com) — and you’ll look sharp to boot. Whether headed to a hike or board meeting, this pack’s sleek looks and high comfort will have you covered. Available in several different color combos.