Fall 2019 Land & Lifestyle Trends

Our snapshot of the latest goods, gear and more for land aficionados—from hand-blown glasses inspired by the mountains to a soap kit made for outdoorsmen who take leisure seriously.
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Ross B. Young

A professional artist since 1980, Ross’s award-winning art spans a number of painting genres. His repertoire of subjects includes upland bird hunting, fly fishing, wildlife and landscapes. A lifelong hunter and fisherman, Young knows the adrenaline rush of a covey rise, the smell of dawn as ducks cup into the decoys and the thrill of a trout rising to a well-placed fly. Personal experiences like these add authenticity to his paintings and invite the viewer to relive his/her own outdoor adventures. Ross received his Bachelor of Fine Art and Master of Art degrees in painting from the University of Tulsa. RossYoung.com

2
Duke Cannon Supply Co. Hunting & Fishing Soap Kit

This Hunting and Fishing Soap Kit (or perhaps it's the Fishing and Hunting Soap Kit) is not for the man who hunts squirrels or fishes for sunnies. This sturdy box contains two different 10-ounce bricks of soap for the outdoorsman who takes his leisure seriously. The Big Ol’ Brick of Hunting Soap has a unique, scent-eliminating formula that captures odors and prevents their release so you don’t get winded. It won’t dry you out either. The Heavy Duty Hand Soap is made with superior grade pumice and works hard to remove dirt, grease, guts and fish odor from a man’s hands. And they’re made in the U.S.A. Duke Cannon Supply Company is serious about its commitment to giving back to the men and women serving our country. That's why a portion of their proceeds directly supports veteran causes. DukeCannon.com

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Crown Maple

Crown Maple sets the standard for maple in quality, purity and taste through singular, certified-organic maple products, delivering a gourmet maple experience like no other. Their products pair the best nature has to offer with artisan craftsmanship and state-of-the-art production technology. From bark to bottle, Crown Maple is sustainably made on 800 acres of pristine land at the Crown Maple Estate in Dutchess County, New York, and truly sets the standard of excellence in maple production and flavor. Since the brand’s launch, the distinctive taste and versatility has won over discerning professionals and connoisseurs alike, elevating Crown Maple beyond a sweetener and into a defining ingredient. CrownMaple.com

4
Living Beneath the Colorado Peaks

The Story of Knapp Ranch
A Vision of Architectural Design and Land Stewardship

Living Beneath the Colorado Peaks takes the reader on a journey of discovery, from finding the perfect piece of land to achieving a vision that provides a model for utilizing the existing natural systems to design and craft a model of integrative, creative and responsible land use in the American West. With vision, patience and devotion to excellence, the book follows the journey of Bud and Betsy Knapp to rehabilitate a landscape fatigued by neglect. Built on the bedrock of sustainability and thoughtful stewardship, the ranch, located at 9,000 feet in Colorado’s Vail Valley, is thriving; an inspiration and successful example of land management best practices. Amazon.com

5
Red Land Cotton

From their farm to your home—Red Land Cotton grows the best upland cotton that the rich red earth of North Alabama can produce to bring you luxury linens that are fresh from the farm. Their American-made cotton bed sheets and towels are created with the cotton grown on their family farm, which creates a farm-to-home difference they take pride in. Discover the Red Land Cotton difference for yourself with their signature soft, durable and ever-comfortable bedding and bath towels. Their luxury linens are available in various patterns and styles that feature classic, timeless and heirloom inspired designs. RedLandCotton.com

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Fireside Outdoor Pop-Up Pit

The Pop-Up Pit is the first truly portable leave-no-trace fire pit. Lightweight and clean burning, the Pop-Up Pit is designed to go anywhere. By not allowing heat to transfer to the ground, the Pop-Up Pit allows you to have a fire on sensitive surfaces such as grass or wood decks without damage. It's the perfect companion whether you're heading out into the backwoods or just having a s'more night with the kids in the backyard. FiresideOutdoor.com

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Folkland

Folkland's hand-crafted leather goods have unique designs and a penchant for quality. Always pushing for a better built product, founders Chad Von Lind and Michael Miles came from backgrounds of design, craftsmanship and business management. Ever growing and evolving, the heart of the brand focuses on heritage style and quality American manufacturing in the Pacific Northwest. Folk.Land

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Filson X Mossy Oak® Camo Dog Bowl

Filson's camo dog bowl is printed in Mossy Oak® camouflage, letting you set it outside the blind without worry. The oil finish Tin Cloth exterior repels water and resists abrasion, and the waterproof medical-grade nylon lining won’t leak when filled with water or wet food. Its collapsible design and hanging loop allow easy transport in a bag or clipped to a pack. Made in the U.S.A. Filson.com

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Good+Well x Ember Goods Campfire Coffee Candle

The Campfire Coffee Candle's notes of espresso, cedarwood and sandalwood are reminiscent of sipping a strong cup of coffee brewed cowboy-style over an open campfire. Light it up and get cozy! Made in small batches in Seattle, Washington, and produced in collaboration with Ember Goods, all of Good + Well's products are 100 percent vegan, 100 percent eco-friendly and 100 percent recyclable. Ethically sourced and produced. Never tested on animals. Petroleum-free. GMO-free. Lead-free. Phthalate-free. Made in the U.S.A. GoodandWellSupplyCo.com

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North Drinkware

Made in Oregon and inspired by the mountains, these hand-blown glasses are crafted with the same care and consideration as the local drinks you love. Making hand-blown glass takes years of experience and a totally custom process with more than 15 steps over the course of two days to make just one glass. This process is repeated hundreds of times a day by North Drinkware's team of artisans in Portland, Oregon, for their patented designs. They proudly work with 100 percent local partners to produce every piece of their product; from the paper wrap to their custom tubes, every part of what they ship is made in the U.S.A. NorthDrinkware.com

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