Have you ever thought about crossing the Sahara? (Yes/No/Maybe)
Do you plan on climbing the Himalayas in the near future? (Yes/No/Maybe)
Does the weather ever get kinda chilly where you live? (Yes/No/Maybe)
If you answered yes or maybe to one of the above, please proceed.
Make some outdoor plans for Acre, a handsome new breed of all-weather-everything-proof gear from San Francisco, available now.
These are the kinds of impenetrable, natural-disaster-resistant things that’ll make you consider taking up triathlons... or at least walking to pick up bagels in the winter. Here’s what the current line includes:
There’s a jacket. It’s waterproof. It’s form-fitting. It looks really slick while you’re downhill mountain biking and/or pumpkin picking. (Two things you should never do at the same time.)
There’re some bags. All of which have built-in hydration packs. Which is always a good thing during a hike. Because you can fill it with water. In case that wasn’t obvious.
There’re a couple of science-y shirts. They’re just like normal shirts, except they’re constructed from a special wool that regulates temperature, resists odors and stretches with your body.
So, nothing like normal shirts.