It's the Jollydaze again and we're here to help with the Gift Giving. Here are a couple ideas of goods we think are good to give. We'll have more gift ideas every week in December, so keep checking in.
Grain // grainsurfboards.com
Making a wooden surfboard takes time, patience, and bio-resin. A surfboard is one of the most beautiful things you can make, but if you suck at making things you should just buy one from Grain. Either way, they want to help. Price depends on what you want to do.
Swift Industies // builtbyswift.com
The Seeker is your new adventure buddy. It can hold art stuff, travel stuff, party stuff, and stuff stuff. We made it with Seattle-based bike bag builders Swift Collective, so you better believe it’s ready to rumble. $35 // Available exclusively in the Stay Wild Shop
Raynsie // raynsie.com
The Amsterdammers who designed this don’t give a damn about crappy weather; they give a damn about crappy clothing that won’t keep you dry. Jump into this super waterproof jumpsuit to bike commute through a storm or have a food fight at a Chinese buffet.
Rastaclat // rastaclat.com
Do you belive in friendship bracelets? We do. That's why we think you should gift them away to your friends.
Hi-Tec // us.hi-tec.com
Ladies, imagine your new boots stepping into a puddle of muddy rainwater. Imagine them stepping on wet slippery logs and rocks. Imagine them stepping out of the car and into dog shit on the sidewalk. They can take it. They’re waterproof. They’ve been designed to step into all sorts of shit.
Sierra Tarma // $109.99
James Brand // thejamesbrand.com
This knife was proudly made in the USA by designers and crafters who believe there is a place in your pocket for a simply better knife.
The Swell Edition // Silver + Titanium // $380
Burton // burton.com
Snow bunnies rejoice. Burton and Playboy have teamed up again.
Beanie // $29.95
The Athletic // theathleticcommunity.com
See these socks? See them! They see you. They have seventeen eyes on each sock. These socks have thirty four eyes together. These eyes are from the Stay Wild logo because this sock was a collaboration that came out during the last Stay Wild Adventure Festival. Designed in Portland. Made in the USA. $15 // Available exclusively in the Stay Wild Shop