December 29, 2010

Snow Play

The holidays may be over but it's still prime traveling time and no better place to travel than to the snow! It's finally a bit cooler in Southern California and we're bundling up in rain gear, but the rest of the world is under many feet of snow and warm and functional clothing is a necessity! If you're heading that way, we suggest making a pit stop into Seed! Here's a little sneak peak of a few of our snow essentials. 


Men's Patagonia Down Sweater: November on the Stanley Headwall and December in the desert - either way, when the sun leaves the walls it's down time. Ultralight and windproof, the Down Sweater is warm, highly-compressible down insulation jacket that can be worn as a midlayer or outerwear in cold climates. Considering the sudden change in weather, this is your perfect go-to winter jacket! 

Patagonia Speedway Beanie: A beanie with a little texture and good amount of warmth.

Pajar Grip Boot: Pajar's Grip boot provides superior protection and keeps you sharp-looking. This amazing boot withholds temperatures up to -13 degrees and is completely weatherproof! A toggled closure at the collar and genuine shearling lining make for a comfortably warm and snug fit, while the rubber outsole provides flexibility and protective traction.

Sorel Cate the Great Boots: Iinspired by a pair of Cree winter moccasins, these style-savvy boots are ready to conquer the coldest days, the deepest snow, and the slickest streets.

 Lole Alex Ski Pant:  If comfort and fit don't persuade you, protection from the wet with DuPont Teflon® and the warmth of Thermolite® Active insulation should!

Women's Patagonia Nano Puff Pullover: Windproof and water-resistant, the Nano Puff® Pullover is warm, incredibly lightweight, highly compressible and can be worn as insulation or outerwear in cold climates.

Patagonia Synchilla Gloves: Don't forget about those hands! A unisex fit in a classic fleece glove for cool to cold conditions.

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