Spring means warmer weather and that means getting outside. It isn’t always the nicest weather, but it sure beats being cold. There will still be chilly days though, so don’t put your hoodies away yet. And there sure will be rain, so bust out your raincoat. For your outdoor gear, you’ll also want to grab some field pants, a new backpack, a fresh water bottle, and some new boots. Then get out and put it all to the test.

Patagonia-Stretch-Terre-Planing-Hoody

Patagonia Stretch Terre Planing Hoody

This hoodie is water repellent (it’s made for windsurfing) and SPF 50+ protective. It’s also made entirely out of recycled polyester. That all means you can trust this jacket on even the rainiest of days. If you zip this up, pull the hood over your head and walk with any sort of purpose, you’ll be 100% dry when you arrive.

$119
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J.Crew x Eastpak Camo Backpack

J.Crew and Eastpak collaborated on a pair of nylon backpacks—one in camo and one in red. They’re reinforced with leather accents and both look damn good. There’s a padded laptop sleeve and a front pocket big enough for some survival gear, so one could easily serve as your camping pack. In fact, it’s the perfect bag for getting out and about.

$90
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Outdoor Voices Sunday Shorts

Trust us, you know Outdoor Voices. You may feel like you haven’t seen their clothes before, but the brand is almost as popular as Lululemon. They even make about the same product. Their shorts are insanely soft, look good, and are sleek enough for frequent wear. Despite being called “Sunday Shorts,” it’s entirely okay to wear them on a weekday.

$65
Penfield-Natick-Chinchilla-Jacket

Penfield Natick Chinchilla Jacket

The earliest weeks of spring can still be a little chilly. Some days will dip back down into winter-esque temperatures, so you’ll need a jacket appropriate for the season. This Penfield jacket, in a dusty camo print, is lightweight enough to look and feel right.

$205
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Duluth Trading Company Fast Dry Socks

You may not think of these when you’re doing your spring shopping, but they are worth some of your cash. These Duluth Trading Company socks dry in minutes. Step in a puddle? No problem. Walking ten blocks in the pouring rain? Not an issue. Didn’t realize it snowed one last time for the season and are headed to the gym? You’re good. These socks will keep you dry and warm for only $15.

$15
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Best Made Company Canvas Field Pant

Best Made Company pants are genuinely the best made. Especially their Canvas Field Pant. It’s reinforced at the knees and within the pockets, and it’s coated with an anti-snag, anti-abrasion material. It won’t catch on branches or brush. It won’t rip the first or the fiftieth time you bend down. These will last you a long time and look better with every wear.

$148
Swell-Wood-Collection-Teakwood-Bottle

S'well Wood Collection Teakwood Bottle

Accessories are oft overlooked in completing a wardrobe. When you’re headed outdoors for the day, a bottle of water is vital. Why not get a good-looking one? These S’well bottles are beautiful. They come in different sizes and are durable enough to withstand a lifetime’s worth of drops.

$35
Hunter-Wellington-Boots

Hunter Wellington Boots

Chelsea boots boast one of the best silhouettes in menswear. Don’t limit their wear to fall and winter months, though. Let these lower, rubberized boots last you through spring. They’re waterproof yet stylish enough to look like staying dry wasn’t the reason you wore them.

$140
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The North Face Reflective Snapback

If you’re not ready to commit to wide-brim hats and boots, there are still options out there for you. Here’s a reflective North Face hat that’ll keep you safe and stylish out on the trails—or up on the mountain, or in the woods. No matter where you go, even if the sun is fading, they’ll still see you and your hat.

$30