In partnership with Alpina

Pairs Well With: AlpinerX Outdoors Smartwatch

The AlpinerX Outdoors Smartwatch is a connected adventurer’s watch, boasting a list of features that make it a useful tool when you’re out and about in the wilderness. These features include the time, date, worldtimer, stop watch, smart alarm, activity and sleep tracking, notifications for phone messages and calls, UV indicator, altimeter, compass, thermometer, and barometer. All of this is inside a sporty case that measures 45 millimeters across, and mixes steel and glass-fiber for a durable, lighter-weight feel on the wrist. To learn more about the AlpinerX Outdoors Smartwatch, click here

Alpina recently entered into a three-year partnership with the National Park Foundation (NPF), the official nonprofit partner of the National Park Service. A portion of Alpina’s support will be behind the NPF’s effort to protect and enhance America’s rivers and trails in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the National Trails and National Wild & Scenic River systems. 

“Partnering with the National Park Foundation is a natural fit for Alpina given its history in adventure and the brand’s evolution of the modern sport watch,” said Lindsay Mellor, U.S. Marketing Director of Alpina. “Through our partnership with the National Park Foundation, we hope to engage with those who have a shared passion for adventure and the outdoors and encourage them to explore all three areas of air, land and sea.”

For this Pairs Well With, we’re following that spirit of adventure with clothes and gear for you to take with you on your next trip through the great outdoors. 


Native North – Technical Base Jacket

Native North is a Danish brand that focuses on technical outdoor wear, and the Technical Base Jacket is a fashion-forward shell thats 100% waterproof, featuring a three-layer construction that keeps the elements out while still being breathable. It has a two-way zipper, a cinchable wast, two hand and chest pockets, and a brimmed hood with cinch adjustment. Check it out here

Arbor Collective – Indigo Henley

This woven henley from Arbor Collective is rendered in 100% cotton with a thermal, waffle weave for added warmth and comfort. The indigo color means that this one will only get better with age. Check it out here

Foehn – Brise Pants

The best technical clothing is the sort that looks great both on and off duty, and that’s what you get with the Brise Pants from Foehn. This nylon/spandex cloth is tear-and abrasion-resistant, and it has a water repellent finish. The stretch waistband and cuffs allow for a comfortable fit, and there’s a zippered thigh pocket for safe storage and easy access. Check it out here

Danner – Feather Light Revival Boots

Danner is a legendary American maker of hiking boots, and the Feather Light Revival is straight out of the brand’s archives. These boots were first introduced in the 1980s as a premium hiker’s boot, and the modern reinterpretation is no different. Made in Danner’s  Portland workshop, these boots feature a lightweight constriction, breathable GORE-TEX liners, and a sturdy Vibram Kletterlift sole. Check it out here

Uncharted Supply Co. – Seventy2 Survival System Backpack

The ultimate outdoor bag, the Seventy2 Survival System backpack was designed and kitted by survival experts and first responders. So not only do you get the backpack, but you also get a checklist of survivalist must-haves, among them a Mylar thermal space blanket, an air filtration mask, Magnesium alloy fire starter, a first aid kit, and so much more. Check it out here

Minus33 – Merino Wool Ridge Cuff Beanie

Made from 18.5 micron 100% Merino Wool, the Merino Wool Ridge Cuff beanie will keep you warm and dry. The great thing about Merino Wool is that it’s a natural fabric that is breathable and moisture-wicking, anti-microbial, and fire-resistant. And when it gets dirty, you can just throw it in the washer with no issue. Check it out here

FujiFilm – X100F Camera

The FujiFilm X100F is the perfect travel camera — it’s small, lightweight, and features a fixed 23mm (35mm with the crop) focal length so you won’t be tempted to carry a bunch of extra lenses with you. But for such a small and unassuming camera, it packs quite a punch in image quality. If you like the form factor of old school ranger finders, then you’ll love this camera. Check it out here

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