Look outside: weather’s nice.
Good time to step outside of your comfort zone.
But comfortably so.
Outfitting you thusly on all of summer’s great adventures: Western Rise, handsome and technical attire for the active outdoorsman, available now.
Born and bred in Colorado, Western Rise offers camping, fly fishing and hiking clothes infused with a hydrophobic tech called DryRise.
Meaning: this stuff repels water, wicks away sweat, keeps you odor-free and blocks UV rays.
Great for day and night.
And it still looks good by the campfire.
Highlights of their debut line:
Hartsel Henley: This is your hiking shirt. Features a mesh draining pocket, four-way stretch and flat seams.
The Bodie Button Down: A classic Western shirt, complete with pearl snaps, fly storage pocket and a shirttail hem that tucks in or out (“for ease of use with waders”).
The Bitter Creek Anorak: For cooler nights. With an adjustable hood and gusseted collar to block the wind.
Plus: a pop-over, mountain-climbing pants and quick-drying shorts.
Fishing Club. You Should Join.
You don’t go to the woods to “rough it.” You go to smooth it. Helping you smooth: the Steamboat Bay Fishing Club, a luxurious angling lodge in Alaska with VIP service and the summer's best fishing.