What We’re Wearing

Summer Adventure

Men's summer adventure outfit inspiration

What We’re Wearing

Summer Adventure

Take a hike and clear your mind

In a summer of isolation and social distancing, there’s seemingly never been a better time to take a hike. There's a reason why such off-road exercising has become something of a trend lately. Taking a long stroll through your nearest patch of wilderness is an ideal way to disconnect, let your mind wander and get in a decent workout. Not to mention a healthy dose of Vitamin D and some fresh air. All you really need is wide, open spaces and a sturdy pair of sneakers, but a few more essentials will definitely come in handy. Herewith, our current checklist.

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Your Summer Adventure
Outfit Essentials

Taylor Stitch Hemp Standard Issue Tee

Hemp standard issue tee,
$35 by Taylor Stitch

Faherty Rockpoint Short

Rockpoint short,
$128 / $79 by Faherty

adidas Terrex Bounce Hiker Sneakers

Waterproof with all-terrain comfort

Terrex Bounce hiker sneakers,
$140 by adidas

Warby Parker Landy Tortoise Sunglasses

Landy tortoise sunglasses,
$95 by Warby Parker

Hav-a-Hank US-Made Cotton Bandana

More practical than a standard face mask

U.S.-made cotton bandana,
$2.50 by Hav-a-Hank

Bravo Sierra Sweat-Resistant Sunscreen

Sweat-resistant sunscreen,
$13.50 by Bravo Sierra

Gramicci Umpire Cap

Umpire cap,
$45 by Gramicci

Arcteryx Index 15 Backpack

Index 15 backpack,
$59 by Arc’teryx

adidas SPEZIAL Socks

SPEZIAL socks,
$20 (for two pairs) by adidas

Your Summer Adventure
Outfit Essentials

Men's hiking outfit inspiration

Hemp standard issue tee,
$35 by Taylor Stitch

 
 

Umpire cap,
$45 by Gramicci

Landy tortoise sunglasses,
$95 by Warby Parker

 

U.S.-made
cotton bandana,
$2.50 by Hav-a-Hank

 

Index 15 backpack,
$59 by Arc’teryx

 
 

SPEZIAL socks,
$20 (for two pairs) by adidas

Terrex Bounce
hiker sneakers,
$140 by adidas

 
 

Sweat-resistant
sunscreen,
$13.50 by Bravo Sierra

 

Rockpoint short,
$128 / $79 by Faherty

Waterproof with all-terrain comfort

More practical than a standard face mask

Etiquette
Tips

Outdoors is one of the safest places you can go to socialize and get some exercise, but it's important to use your manners and respect your fellow hikers. Vice has pulled together some pointers on how to do it responsibly and respectfully.

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