Roanline is all about outfitting you for whatever happens.
Today, we’re highlighting 3 pieces of gear to help you through winter in the east.
The east has a couple different climates:
The Northeast is known for its cold, long winters. The further north you explore, the colder they get, and the more vital your gear becomes.
The Mid-atlantic is milder, but it can still get pretty darn cold. While it may not see snow for the entire winter season, the humid cold will leave a chill in your bones.
And in the South, winter is milder still. But that doesn’t mean it’s not a change from the summer heat. Sure, Miami might be warm all year long, but go just a bit farther north and you will see a noticeable swing in temps from summer to winter.
Whether you’re in the bitter cold of northern Maine or the wintertime temperature swings of Georgia, here are three pieces of gear that will make the winter months more enjoyable.
For Exploring the Trail: Fayettechill’s Beanie in Blue
Your head is incredibly sensitive to heat loss, making a good beanie a no-brainer (no pun intended) in the dead of winter. But finding the right beanie for your head can be difficult.
Warmth never fit so well and looked so good.
For Exploring the City: United by Blue’s 25L Rift Backpack
If the weather is on the warm side of frightful, you’re probably going to want to get out of the house and take advantage of what little daylight winter has to offer.
In those moments, we recommend reaching for United by Blue‘s 25L Rift Backpack. Perfect for a daypack walking around the city or you favorite nearby trail, it will carry everything you need for a day outside.
Not to mention by purchasing a product from United by Blue you’re helping them live out their pledge to remove a pound of trash from the ocean for every product sold.
For Long Hours Indoors: Sturdy Brothers’ Leather Coaster Set
Bears, some of the fiercest creatures in North America, hibernate during winter. It’s only natural that some of us, too, are driven indoors.
When days are shorter and the temperature drops, our psychologies change and outdoor lovers hole up inside more than they’d like.
All this time indoors means one thing: it’s important our inside-the-house environment is as pleasant as possible.