Fast Company editors love these outdoor adventure products

Wind Energy Cotopaxi’s newest windbreaker is produced from repurposed materials.

Created by Salt Lake Metropolis–based mostly outdoor gear firm Cotopaxi, the water resistant Teca Half-Zip Windbreaker is constructed from leftover polyester from different corporations’ manufacturing runs—which signifies that the entire jacket’s vibrant coloration combos are restricted version. The Teca comes with a formfitting hood and a entrance kangaroo pocket. ($80, cotopaxi.com)

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Season’s Greeting

Footwear maker Season Three launched in 2020 with an all-weather, retro-inspired boot referred to as the Ansel. The “Excessive Circumstances” mannequin is made with a fuzzy blue suede that’s each rugged and supremely playful. (From $345, seasonthree.com)

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Life’s a Picnic

The eight-piece MealKit Bio, from the design-forward Swedish tenting specialist Mild My Fireplace, contains bioplastic plates, bowls, and cutlery. ($30, Rei.com)

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A Contemporary Chunk

By Humankind’s all-natural toothpaste tablets, which are available refillable (and sturdy) glass containers with silicon lids, are simple to pack. Merely chunk right into a pill to begin it foaming, after which brush away. (From $15, byhumankind.com)