The Gentleman Nomad
A luxe upgrade to the typical grungy digital nomad kit
You've likely heard the term “digital nomads.” Those young remote workers cracking open their MacBook Pros by beaches in Bali or cafes in Chiang Mai, wearing vests and drinking beers. The new backpacker. Good times, but not quite our thing.
Enter the "gentleman nomad." Someone on the move, who needs to keep flexibility and practicality in mind, but wants to exist with a little more elan. Someone who senses possibility around every corner, whether that's a new deal, a new view, a new restaurant or a new date. Possibility is the point for this modern wayfarer and they are ready for everything—business and adventure, excitement or boredom, romance or bromance. Life, especially life on the road, can be random but sometimes that's beautiful. Being prepared for uncertainty is how to get ahead and when opportunity strikes, having the right stuff on you broadens the horizons of your existence. It's also just fun to be able to do what you want, when you want, where you want. Here is our luxe take on the nomad stack. You'll be ready to go anywhere, do anything and look damn good while doing it.
Superfine merino jacket,
$175 by Alex Mill
Tough, go-anywhere pants with a slightly more refined, tapered cut
$148 by Outlier
$125 by Larq
Long sleeve merino tee,
$92 by Proof
Smart enough for cocktails but performs well in the sea
Calder swim shorts,
$130 by Onia
According to a 2018 report (PDF) by online investment company Betterment, 1 in 3 workers are now independent contractors or freelancers.
$250 by Aer
Noise cancelling wireless headphones,
$348 by Sony
Temperature regulating, moisture wicking and easy to care for on the road
Merino boxers, $90 for three,
Get Away, Get Focused
Become an Outsite member to take advantage of their incredible co-living locations around the world. Aside from a room and somewhere to work, you get to plug into their network and meet other nomads who like you, want to do things in style.
From $249 a year at Outsite