Six of the Best – Outdoor Accessories

As we continue to squeeze in as much outdoor living as we can, we’ve pulled together another little list of things we like, and thought you might appreciate too. This one focuses on the type of stuff that might help you enjoy a bit of sunshine, or at least bearable British temperatures.

Snow Peak Titanium Aurora Bottle
At 800ml, this should keep you going for a fair amount of the day. And in Snow Peak you have a brand that are serious about building items that not only function well but look great. Not sure what else you’d need really, tbh.
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Gramicci Cordura Bottle Holder
There are loads of bottles out there but the concept of really nice bottle holders is less prevalent. Rather than squeeze your bottle into your backpack, keep it accessible with one of these beauties from perennial Proper faves Gramicci.
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Kavu Beer Buddy Belt
Trust Kavu to have a product such as this. Having interviewed their main man a few issues ago, it’s fair to say the Kavu lifestyle is about just enjoying yourself. If that means going on a nice walk while getting pissed, who are we to complain?
Get yourself one here

Carhartt WIP Kickflip Backpack
From the weird and wonderful inclusion of a beer belt to a more straightforward and pragmatic addition. Carhartt own that particular category and in their kickflip backpack exists something that’ll work for your outdoor adventures no matter what they entail.
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Gramicci Tie Dye Short Socks

Another vote for Gramicci here. Seemingly inspired by the pattern found on the back of one of those big, dozy cows you see in the British countryside, these are guaranteed to be decent quality items that’ll help you cut a dash as you negotiate the trails.
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Kavu Burly Belt
Another inclusion for Kavu, who this time bring us a burly belt. Though some climbing pants or shorts include inbuilt belts, Kavu have recognised that’s not always the case.
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