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.

Sandals

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. 

Cap

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.  

Skort

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.

Watch

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. 

Backpack

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.