Valentine’s Day Gear Gifts For Women Outdoors

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With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, it’s high time to get 2021 off to a good start by giving your daughter a gift she’ll love. While the flowers and chocolate are nice, they’re also incredibly cliché when there are superior options if you’re reorienting yourself outdoors. For the girl who isn’t afraid to get dirty, here’s a list of Valentine’s Day gear gifts that she’ll be happy to use on your next trip to the outdoors.

For the Waterwoman: the Billabong hooded towel

While there are a number of surf ponchos on the market, most are designed for men, which means an excessively oversized fit. The Billabong Hooded Towel was created specifically for water ladies and features a feminine tie-dye pattern to complement its comfortable construction. Made from heavyweight cotton, the towel includes a front pocket and hood for extra warmth. If your daughter struggles with post-surf chills or needs a more streamlined changing system, the hooded towel may be right for her.

[$69; billabong.com]

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Garmin Lily smartwatch

For the fitness guru: Garmin Lily Smartwatch

Designed by women for women, the Lily is Garmin’s smallest smartwatch to date and was created with fashion in mind while delivering the health and fitness benefits you know and love. Available in classic and sporty options, the watch is available in a variety of colors and features a 34mm watch case and a stylish patterned lens. The Lily tracks your steps, sleep, stress and energy levels and offers a collection of wellness apps for yoga, walking, cardio, mindful breathing, and more. The watch offers up to five days of battery life and keeps you connected on the go with the ability to receive calls and texts. For women who are passionate about monitoring their health while staying on top of the latest fashion trends, the Lily is a perfect match.

[From $200; garmin.com]

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Snow Peak Takibi Fire & Grill

For the camper: Snow Peak Takibi Fire & Grill

Camping is the perfect way to escape the time warp of COVID and spend quality screen-less time with a loved one. But homeless camping can be less than ideal. In an effort to combat the fireless night, Snow Peak designed the Takibi Fire and Grill – the stainless steel grill is compact and easily transportable. Weighing 32 pounds, the kit includes a grill net, grill deck, storage and transport fire pit, and baseplate, all of which fit into the included carrying case. Whether she prefers campfires or camping along the coast, the Takibi Fire and Grill is sure to heat things up.

[$319; snowpeak.com]

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Patagonia Macro Puff Duvet

For the road tripper: Patagonia Macro Puff Quilt

Nothing is more essential on a road trip or an improvised drink in winter than a small dose of warmth. Available in three color options, the Patagonia Macro Puff Quilt is almost as large as a queen-size blanket but folds small into a storage bag, making it ideal for travel. The blanket features a lightweight, water-resistant outer fabric, synthetic insulation with the warmth and compressibility of down, and webbing loops at all four corners for hanging or attaching to a pillow. Weighing in at around 1 pound, the Macro Puff is lightweight while still remaining incredibly warm. Nothing says “I love you” like the gift of cozy comfort.

[$249; patagonia.com]

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Nemo backcountry pillow

For the backpacker: Nemo Fillo Elite luxury hiking pillow

Sharing a night in the backcountry is certainly a good time, but sleeping on the floor doesn’t always equate to a good night’s rest. Nemo Equipment’s award-winning Fillo Elite is ultra-light and features a soft jersey cover for extra comfort. Made from 100% post-consumer Primaloft insulation, the pillow is easy to inflate, includes a machine washable pillow cover, and fits in a storage bag smaller than a lime. If you’re looking for a solid eight-hour sleep on the ground, the Fillo Elite is the answer. Because when she’s happy, you probably will be too.

[$54; nemoequipment.com]

Mutant Osprey Backpack

For the climber: Osprey Mutant 38 backpack

The Osprey Mutant 38 is a versatile mid-size backpack with a myriad of features that make it ideal for long days on the rock. Consciously designed for climbers, the backpack features a fabric snow guard back panel, internal hydration sleeve, glove-friendly buckles, compression straps and an inverted cover. In addition, the pack offers many options for storing and transporting the equipment (a rope tie, internal compression, dual hip belt equipment loops, ice equipment transport attachment, rack skis in A, the list goes on). If your daughter likes to look cool while keeping her gear organized, the Mutant 38 is the gift.

[$170; osprey.com]

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yoga mat

For the yogi: Manduka Eko yoga mat

While there are many yoga mats, few are created with the environment in mind. Made using a zero waste manufacturing process, Manduka’s Eko mat is made from sustainably harvested tree rubber, is biodegradable and non-toxic. The mat was developed by a group of yoga teachers, is 5mm thick and offers a naturally grippy surface. Help your wife improve her practice by providing a mat that you can feel good with.

[$92; manduka.com]

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Troy lee designs gloves

For the biker: Troy Lee Designs Ace 2.0 Gloves

When it comes to cycling, a sturdy pair of gloves works wonders. TLD’s Ace 2.0 gloves are carefully researched, designed and tested before being released to the market. So when you buy a pair you know you are getting a quality product. Features include a slip-on design, compression cuff, perforated single-layer palm, silicone printed fingers for leverage grip, and a conductive index and thumb. The Ace comes in three different colors, so you can choose her favorite or buy them all so she can mix and match them as she likes. [$36; troyleedesigns.com]

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