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Snow Day Essentials

Written by: Savanna Frimoth

January 25th , 2021

 

It's the optimal time for a snow day excursion. Whether you're planning a snowshoe adventure or an outing to the sledding hill with the kids, a few thoughtful choices can make all the difference in your day.

Bring a Pack:  

A Hot Drink – Tea, coffee, cider, or cocoa are must-haves. We prefer the ergonomic Tsuzumi Bottle for keeping beverages toasty warm.  

Hot Soup – Easy to pack and enjoy, soup is the best option for a snow day meal. Keep it warm in the Milk Bottle 500ML.  

Water – Make sure you pack plenty of water! The Titanium Kanpai Bottle or the Kanpai Bottle 500ml will help keep you hydrated.   

Spork – Your most trusted utensil, snow or not. Toss one in your pack; you won't notice the extra weight.  

Ti-600 Mug - A big mug serves a dual-purpose as a soup and beverage receptacle. The double-walled Ti-600 Mug will keep its contents warm.  

Bundle Up: 

Breathable Layers: Anyone who has chased a child through knee-deep snow or marched up a hill of fresh powder in snowshoes knows that breaking a sweat outdoors is not only a summertime activity. Avoid the chill that follows by selecting breathable pieces for maximum comfort. We recommend: Li/W/Pe Crewneck Long Sleeve ShirtHeavy Cotton Garment Dyed L/S MockneckFlexible Insulated Pants 

The Right Accessories: Stay warm from head to toe with the proper additions to your snow day fit. Add a knitted hat, thick scarf, and wool socks to ensure you're well-protected from the elements. We recommend: Alpaca Knit HatAlpaca Knit Scarf.  

End the Day with Takibi Time:

There's no better way to warm up from a day of snow recreation. Pack your Takibi Fire & Grill in the car for a little fireside relaxation to end your time outside. Keep things minimal with just the firepit, or level up with a few chairs or even the Takibi Tarp Hexa Set M.