THE GREAT OUTDOORSMAN

Whether you’re trekking up a moun­tain, angling for a tro­phy trout, or kick­ing back by the camp­fire, here’s the best new gear for your fall ad­ven­tures.

Robb Report (USA) - - Article Of Taste - BY PAIGE REDDINGER, JOHN LYON, & ARI­ANNE NARDO

1 PENDLE­TON

De­signed by Tlin­git glass artist Pre­ston Sin­gle­tary, this 64-by-80inch blan­ket in cot­ton and virgin wool de­picts im­agery and leg­ends from his her­itage. Part of the pro­ceeds from the sale of the blan­ket will be do­nated to the Amer­i­can In­dian Col­lege Fund. pendle­ton-usa .com ($299)

2 RICHARD WRIGHTMAN FOR GHURKA

This au­then­tic of­fi­cer’s field set was cre­ated by Richard Wrightman for Ghurka in honor of the Brigade of Gurkhas’ 200th an­niver­sary of ser­vice to the Bri­tish crown. The leather trunk is equipped with two white-oak fold­ing chairs (and a wool blan­ket and um­brella not shown). richard wright man.com ($16,500)

3 STET­SON

The wide-brimmed Oax­aca hat made of Toyo straw—shel­lacked rice pa­per in a solid weave that is light­weight and breath­able—pro­vides stylish shade. best madeco.com ($168)

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