If you… Add kale to your smoothies, salads, ice cream, or whatever, without even thinking about it, Would love to spend an evening singing along to banjo tunes beside a mountain campfire, Would trade every minute in the office for 30 seconds on the trail, Have a fondness for minimalist art, Are addicted to fair trade …

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SWOOB is Misadventures’ new favorite word. It’s also our new favorite sports bra. Comfort, style, quality: they’ve got all that, plus, sweet colors and an even better message. While supplies last, if you order a SWOOB bra from their site, you may get a free copy of Misadventures Winter 2015 thrown in. Why? Because we like …

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I know this is last minute, but if you’re still trolling for gift inspirations like I am, this may relieve some stress…especially if you’ve got some foodies in your life. And even if you don’t, everyone’s got to eat. Here is our expert list of gifts for foodies. Molecule R- Molecular Gastronomy Kit Know someone with …

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We asked Christina Saboe, owner and visionary behind Fireside Camp Supply, one of the best outdoors stores out there (in Philadelphia, to be exact), to give us her top holiday gifts for the quirky outdoorswoman or man in your life. Her picks: 1. Cuttalossa Alpaca Boot Inserts: $20 – Personal store favorite. As someone with incredibly …

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I’ll be honest with you: I have never owned a pair of hiking boots before. I’m more of the twee museum-exploring type, and though over the years I’ve acquired quite a bit of “gear” for anytime a new hobby piqued my interest—dry-rotted tiny barre ball, I’m so sorry, you never stood a chance—I had yet …

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OK, in most places, it’s not quite winter yet, but we’ve got to be prepared. Some of us are a little paranoid of the cold. Not saying it’s me, but I just happen to know there are those people out there, dreading. Over the past few months we’ve amassed the best of the best winter gear …

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Winter is coming, and bicyclists everywhere are shivering in their clipless pedals. Enter the Terry Split Mitt: savior of biker fingers, Lobster Claw of warmth, Flying V of snug. The palms are nicely padded for bike glove shock absorption, the exterior is wind- and water-proof, and the glove’s warmth is maintained with a Thinsulate lining. …

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