The temperature is hovering around 0 degrees, the days are getting shorter, and it won’t be much longer before we’re three feet deep in snow and slush. But you’re probably not too worried because you have a parka? Well here are a few other items to get your through those cold and wet days ahead.
Muttonhead Waterproof Camping Hoodie - This shop favourite is lined with a super soft fleece so not only will it keep you dry, it will keep you warm too. This can be worn as a jacket on those warmer fall days but also doubles as a great layering piece in the winter, under your parka.
Woolfell Warrior Backpack & Messenger Bag - There are going to be instances when you’re stuck outside, probably during your daily commute to work or school. In order to protect all of your supplies and devices from the elements, you’re going to need a durable, weatherproof bag. Montreal's Woolfell uses a 10 oz. waterproof cotton canvas on their bags, including the Warrior Backpack and Messenger Bag.
Upstate Stock Beanie - Ragg wool is naturally water repellent and wicks snow away. And wouldn't you know it, the beanies (and gloves/mittens) from Upstate Stock are made of heavy weight double layer ragg wool.
Steele & Co. Face Cream - The dry climates that come with the winter blasts can really mess with your skin, causing it to dry out, crack, and just look flat-out bad. Available in two scents (Frankincense and Rosewood), the Steele & Co. face cream uses a base of Vitamin C Esters, Vitamin E, and organic extracts to create a moisturizer that helps resist the wear and tear that your skin is exposed to during the dry winter days.
Brennan Michael Scented Candle - There will be those days when it's just to cold to go outside. All you want to do is stay home, wrap yourself in a blanket and watch TV. While you might be able to stay at home, you still might have to get work done. Boost your productivity with strong, pleasing aromas while you work or relax with friends. Available in four scents.