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Colorado Spring Fashion

Our favorite fashion picks for the season

Helly Hansen | Lillo Sweater $120

Ultra comfy and stretchy, the lillo sweater features a collar, shoulders and elbows with a water repellent finish making it a perfect piece for iffy spring weather. A deep front pocket allows for handy phone stashing.

Smith | The Getaway Sunglasses $99

The Getaway sunglasses are going to be our spring go-tos for doing just that - an elegant cateye frame pairs nicely with the white zebra print to exude a trendy but not overdone look for, say, an alfresco spring wine tasting event.

Olu Kai | Pehuea Slip On Sneakers $85

Offering superior comfort and breathability with an upper mesh, these slip ons have a moisture-wicking microfiber lining and removable insole for easy cleaning. We also love the variety of colors on offer.

Toad & Co | Taj Jumpsuit $120

Down to earth with a feminine touch, this hemp jumpsuit has a flattering flat front with an easy tie at the waist. The fabric is lightweight, quick-drying, moisture wicking and offers UPF 25+ protection

Obermeyer | Thalia Softshell Coat $229

This two-layer softshell features a brushed backer and adjustable interior drawcord to offer the ultimate blend of style and functionality we have come to expect from this Aspen-based brand. A fleece chin protector, integrated hood, and two-way full-length front zipper are additional features we love.

Sherpani | Esprit AT $69.95

Features include an anti-slash strap and bottom, a removable chair loop lock and exterior pockets equipped with locking zippers. Made from a durable yet stylish fabric, the sling has a quick-release buckle and a capacity of 11 liters.

Sherpa Adventure Gear | Seti Button Up Trail Shirt $69.95

The Seti (named for a region of Nepal) is a good all round warm-weather shirt. The additional design elements on the front and back set it apart from similar plaid shirts, and all things being equal, this shirt has that feel-good factor - every item purchased provides one day of school for a child in Nepal.

Feetures | No Show Socks $15

Featuring targeted compression and an anatomical design, the brand’s silicone Heel Hugger technology and seamless toes prevent tearing and blisters.

Astral | Hemp Loyak $100

Comfortable enough for long travel days, these shoes are durable and antimicrobial. The hemp canvas upper is stitched to a flexible and grippy rubber outsole, they are particularly packable and can, to a certain degree, be dressed up or down.

Jungmaven | Coach Jacket $218

A blend of hemp and cotton canvas, this jacket offers durability and ruggedness with just the right amount of trendiness (we even love it on the ladies). We’ll gladly shun our puffy jacket for the coach jacket any day this spring.

Redew | Utility Zero Cotton Jeans $119

Made from 100-percent wood fibers (from FSC certified forests no less), the Utility Zero Cotton Jeans have what is called a 2/1 construction inspired by workwear meaning they are long lasting. The button is pure copper without galvanization making recycling and upcycling easier.

United by Blue | The Bison Ultralight $198

The new Bison Ultralight jacket has a simple, clean aesthetic and will keep you comfortable down to -10F. Lightweight with a recycled ripstop shell, it packs away into an interior patch pocket which doubles as convenient storage for large lightweight items.

Peak Designs | Everyday Totepack $179.95

The Everyday Totepack has padded straps which can be stowed quickly to transform it into a hand-carry bag, the top access point closes with a magnetic clasp and dual zips on either side are good for quick access. There are also FlexFold dividers which can be moved to reconfigure the inside.


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