Top Picks from Each of Our Clients

It’s hard to believe, but the holidays are here – Halloween is already an afterthought, stores have put up their Christmas displays, and Starbucks is flaunting their peppermint mocha. While some people might not be so keen on the “early” Christmas cheer, our team is more than ready to sip that first eggnog in our beautiful seaside town. Here are our favorite stocking stuffers from our amazing clients. If someone on your list is a fan of the great outdoors, we have a feeling you might just find them the perfect gift right here.

Houdini: Shelter Mitten ($65.00)

Regardless of how cozy mittens are on the inside, your hands won’t stay warm for long if they get wet. Houdini’s Shelter Mitten is waterproof, breathable and durable – ideal for winter adventures in snowy conditions. Houdini was founded on the idea that the world doesn’t need more clothes, it needs clothes that can do more. That’s why these versatile mittens can be worn alone, or as a shell over warmer layers. The Shelter Mittens are made from recycled materials and have a circular lifespan, meaning that the fabrics can be reused to make new apparel. Learn more about Houdini’s commitment to sustainable lifewear, and view their other amazing products at

Nite-Ize: SlapLit™ LED Drink Wrap ($12.99)

When tailgating with friends turns into a snow frisbee, there’s something that just brings you back in time. Keep track of your drink and keep your drink cold with Nite Ize’s 9” SlapLit™ LED Drink Wrap. Light up the night by turning on the built-in LED. Nite Ize designs and manufactures over 500 different products solving life’s quirky challenges. Explore their entire catalog here.

LOWA: Socks for Cold Weather ($32.00 – $42.00)

Celebrating 100 years, LOWA brings its handcrafted, European heritage to all product categories, from its legendary boots to its popular socks. This winter, we can’t get enough of them. Let’s face it, cold, wet feet can ruin your outdoor adventure. Beyond being remarkably cozy, LOWA socks use merino wool for warmth and have cushioning for comfort. Learn more about LOWA here.

Reima: Reimatec Tartu Winter Gloves ($44.95)

With early first snowfalls in the western U.S., winter is not far behind. Kids are getting ready to build snowmen, have snowball fights, and make snow forts. This year, we’re bundling our kids up in the Tartu Winter Gloves from Reima. Reima is the only brand to exclusively focus on kids’ apparel and footwear. Their products protect kids from the elements, enabling them to focus on just having fun outside. All of Reima’s products are durable and made with recycled materials. You can learn more about their sustainability efforts and other products here.

Crazy: Band Sharp Cut ($20.00)

Italian athleticwear brand Crazy comes to the U.S. this season, bringing plenty of flair, style and color to winter apparel and accessories. The Crazy Band Sharp Cut keeps your head and ears warm, while its moisture-wicking microfibre absorbs sweat. With reflective inserts, this is the perfect band for a run or walk on a winter night. Explore Crazy here. Ciao!

Happy shopping! Stay tuned for our next post with more holiday ideas next week.