No matter where your travels take you this season, we have some great options to keep you warm, dry, and comfortable.
Dare2b Women’s Loveline II Core Stretch
Now that it’s Autumn (and it’s finally cooled off), you’ll want to make sure you have some layers available. One of our current go-to items has been this Stretch, a pull-over-the-head, half-zip sweatshirt. This is definitely not your mom’s sweatshirt, however. It’s got a soft, warm lining on the inside, a quick-drying/water-repelling outside, and is tough and functional to boot. The Core Stretch comes in several color options, which makes it easy to pair with your running gear, jeans, or anything else you feel like wearing outside (or inside, if you haven’t turned on your central heating just yet). Hey, the more options, the better, right? It’s just the right weight for the fall season or to layer under your clothing as it gets colder. Care is easy, and at $22, it’s perfectly priced. http://en.dare2b.com
As you head out into the blustery, winter-y weather that has already descended on many of us, you’ll want to make sure the kids are well equipped to handle everything that mother nature dishes out. Here are some of our favorites for your snow days.
Boy’s Dedicate Jacket (Dare 2b)
One of the most important winter wear items is a durable, water-resistant coat, and this one is great for both daily wear and serious outdoor play. It not only wears well, but has all sorts of features that your kids (and you) will love, including a waterproof outer layer, a hood that detaches (but doesn’t fall off), and elastic trim for easy adjusting. It also has internal mesh pockets, all of which zip (which should reduce the number of gloves that get lost), and bight, reflective details, making spotting your child on the trails or during snowball fights even easier. For girls, there’s the Entrust Jacket—same coat, different name Both are about $140 at http://www.dare2b.com. Infant snuggler suits (one-piece coats for babies) are also available for about $50 each.