PNW Outerwear

26 10 2016

fullsizerender-1We’re barely into our wet season in the Pacific Northwest, and we’ve already endured tornadoes, damaging winds, and record rainfall—and we haven’t even gotten into our rainiest months yet! I hear the grumbling all around me. But, life outside our doors can’t wait until summer. We live in the Pacific Wonderland, as our license plates proclaim, and we have the availability of nearly every outdoor activity imaginable.

So, what do we do? We don our moisture-wicking, water-repellent attire and footwear and get outside. Notice, I did not include umbrellas, because although we all secretly have them, we rarely use them. Die-hards even shun them. If we all used our umbrellas at once, mayhem would ensue. Umbrella gridlock would destroy our peaceful existence with what we call “liquid sunshine.”

Our more practical, less obstructing approach of layering outerwear benefits both customers and businesses. The PNW has a variety of superb local companies that can outfit you perfectly for any activity in any weather. I support local businesses even if they’ve gone global, because they’re still part of our family. Here’s my short list of PNW companies with quality products: REI, Columbia Sportswear, Nike, Pacific Trail, K2 Sports, Eddie Bauer, Pendleton Woolen Mills, Northwest Riders Clothing Company, Zumiez, and Coastal Farm & Ranch. These businesses will cover your needs and keep you going comfortably so wet or cold weather won’t keep you from enjoying your outdoor activities.

 

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