Being /fa/shionable is the most important thing while outdoors.
>not just wanting to wear comfy clothes
>not just wanting to wear practical clothes
>you also want to be a /fa/ggot
0/10 would not tag with you in the happening.
These boots are awful. I really need to do something about it. They are some cheap Tim knock-offs I had in my closet for years and never really wore until recently
They get slightly less wet than Nike skate shoes tho.
it's not, but many people who backpack include cities and /out/ings. It's nice if you could wear your jacket, pants and boots also in the city cause it saves a lot of weight.
Too bad there isn't any /out/-/fa/ clothing, even fjallraven looks hideous.
i would love something like a levis 501 made out of a technical fabric in black.
This is what i mean with ugly design. The logo, the pockets, the fringing at the feet end...
If they would just make that pants much simpler: without the pockets, the logo and the weird feet end. I don't get it, it's easier and cheaper to design them that way, yet no one does it... It's like all outdoor brands deliberately make pants as ugly as possible... Do people really want this? Do people have to wear abominable clothes to declare they hike? Is that the reason?
This is what i mean with functional and stylish, too bad they can ask 250 dollars for a pair of pants because they are the only ones that are doing it...