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Source for great looking hiking and travel clothing

Newmatcha

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When I travel or hike, either in cities or on mountains, I sometimes see people wearing outdoor clothing that is far more beautiful, elegant, or minimalist than the usual gear. Patagonia makes nice clothing and often that works for me, but what I'm seeking is even better looking and more stylish. Many times I see Japanese tourists wearing it in Europe, NY, or San Francisco. I can't find any sources for it online. Any thoughts? Thank you.
 

CSG123

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Orvis and Barbour make more "stylish" clothing for outdoor activities than Patagonia but in the outdoors, style is trumped by function. At least it is for me.
 

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