Southerners don’t need a resolution to get outside and enjoy nature, but it always helps to have the right attire, whether you’re on the links or on the marsh. Cheers to getting out there and looking good doing it—even if that just means walking your Boykin.
Outdoor Pursuit: Yoga, Walking, RunningBrand: Outdoor VoicesSouthern by way of: Austin, TexasWhat to Wear: Unlike a lot of neon look-at-me-I’m-an-athlete gear, Outdoor Voices’ approach is more laid-back. We love their two-tone warm-up leggings with subtle color combinations. The textured compression spandex leggings have ten panels sewn to flatter and stay put during stretches or sprints.
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Outdoor Pursuit: FishingBrand: Freefly ApparelSouthern by way of: Charleston, South CarolinaWhat to Wear: The original men’s long-sleeve shirt that the company started with in 2011 is still made from bamboo, rendering it extremely soft, antibacterial, and naturally moisture-wicking, with comfortable shoulder stitching that allows for a full range of motion when casting. Translation: It will survive a long day on a boat like a champ.
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Outdoor Pursuit: GolfBrand: Peter MillarSouthern by way of: Raleigh, North CarolinaWhat to Wear: Peter Millar’s EB66 moisture-wicking performance pants are woven with two-way stretch for comfort on the course, but the flat front design doubles as a great everyday staple. Available in eight colors.
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