|Scarpa Epic Approach Shoes|
I didn't even know there was such a thing as approach shoes. But, I suppose one does need to approach the rocks if one is going to climb them. Anyway, I was glad I had these with my. They were incredibly comfortable and offered great support. And since I have super-high arches, that was greatly appreciated. They have actually become my favorite go-to shoes. I trained in them for the Breast Cancer 3-Day and walked the 60-mile event in them! I'm sure it's time to retire them. But I don't see that happening until I get my hands on a new pair!
|The North Face Zephyrus Pullover|
|Lole Jasper Jacket|
|The North Face Scythe Jacket|
|Mammut Keiko Jacket|
It also has a waterproof zipper, adjustable hem and hood, watertight zippers on the two front pockets, pre-shaped sleeves with adjustable cuffs, and zippered underarm ventilation. Sorry, I'm rambling. But this is such a super-cool jacket. Truth be told, I've been wearing it constantly since I got it in October and it's already January. I think I've found my year-round love!
|Patagonia Nano Puff|
|The North Face Nalani Backpack/Tote and Wayfinder Duffle|
|Mammut Crea Light Pack|
|Mammut Vision Harness|
|Scarpa Thunder Climbing Shoes|
|The North Face Flux Power Stretch|
|The North Face Outbound Pant|
|The North Face Horizon Valley Convertible Pant|
|Tilley Waterproof Jacket|
This shirt is as comfortable as it is good-looking. I wear it for everyday wear as much as I wear it for travel and adventure wear. It's great for layering, is highly breathable, and shockingly easy to keep clean. Stains seem to fall right off of it, which is a very good thing for me. Kinda klutzy with the coffee.