Spring 2021 Land & Lifestyle Trends

Our snapshot of the latest goods, gear and more for land aficionados.
1
Lineage Candles

Lineage candles are mixed and poured by hand in small batches in Harrisonburg, Virginia, using 100 percent U.S. sourced natural soy wax, premium fragrance oils and a natural cotton wick. With just over 15 unique scents, there is something for everyone: from Appalachian Woodsmoke and Pine Camp to Grapefruit & Fig and Sandalwood. LineageGoods.com

2
New Women in the Old West: From Settlers to Suffragists, an Untold American Story

A riveting history of the American West told for the first time through the pioneering women who used the challenges of migration and settlement as opportunities to advocate for their rights, and transformed the country in the process. Winifred Gallagher brings to life the little known and under-reported women who played monumental roles in one of the most vibrant and transformative periods in the history of the United States. BarnesandNoble.com

3
The Original Muck Boot Company

One-hundred percent waterproof neoprene rubber boots for outdoor enthusiasts and workers who want to be comfortable, dry and protected. Muck is rooted in necessity, grounded in community, built to protect, worn with pride and made for work (and life) in the muck. MuckBootCompany.com

4
Elevated Craft Cocktail Shaker

This is the last shaker you will ever buy, and it's backed by a lifetime warranty. Designed to impress, engineered to perform and guaranteed to elevate your cocktail experience. ElevatedCraft.com

5
Smithey Ironware Company

Made in the U.S., Smithey skillets begin as raw castings with a surface similar to heavy grit sandpaper; each one is then transformed into an elegant cookware piece by hand and machine in Charleston, South Carolina. Each Smithey comes with a lifetime guarantee. Smithey.com

6
Gentlemen's Hardware—Enamel Mug

Sip away at your warm cup of Joe—whether on a lake to the sound of duck calls or in the comfort of your home—with this Gentlemen's Hardware Camping and Outdoor Enamel Ducks Mug. Evoke the calm of the outdoors with every brew. GentlemensHardware.com

7
1818 Farms — Shea Creme

1818 Farms’ line of bath and beauty products use herbs grown on their farm—three acres in the northwest corner of the historic village of Mooresville, Alabama—and feature some of their popular animals on the labels. Their products are all handmade and hand-packaged. 1818Farms.com

8
Ethics Supply CO.—Trail Soak

A soothing soak for the weary adventurer, subtly scented with luscious spearmint, exotic eucalyptus and refreshing orange for the ultimate stress relief after a long day on the trail. Made in the U.S.A. in small batches. EthicsSupplyCo.com

9
Huntsman Coffee

Huntsman Coffee is a collaboration between Bison Union and Modern Huntsman. Their limited-edition coffee, sourced from Peruvian beans and roasted in Sheridan, Wyoming, delivers that added kick to fuel your ambitions as you blaze new paths and bridge mighty divides across the world. ModernHuntsman.com

10
Out of the Woods—Architecture And Interiors Built From Wood

This book explores the innovative and inspiring ways architects are using this universal building material. Spanning grand Alpine escapes to tropical getaways, plywood penthouses to mass timber high-rises, Out of the Woods documents their progressive and inspiring creations from the foundations up. BarnesndNoble.com

11
Jasper Hill Farm—Whitney Cheese

Whitney is the newest addition to Jasper Hill’s mountain-style family of cheeses. It’s a younger cheese, with a dense, incredibly supple paste and a peachy wine-washed rind. JasperHillFarm.com

12
Spur Ranch Jewelry

Spur Ranch Jewelry is designed by husband and wife Dave and Alayna Kidd and sold with love all over the country by the family. Named after the family brand on Dave’s Wyoming cattle and horses, Spur Ranch Jewelry is handmade and .925 sterling silver. SpurRanchJewelry.com

13
Foster & Rye—Cast Iron Fish Bottle Opener

Fashioned from heavy cast iron and refined with a weathered bronze finish, Foster & Rye's fish bottle opener is a formidable force against beer caps and bottles alike. TrueBrands.com

14
Mystery Ranch

Mystery Ranch builds their load-bearing equipment for a different kind of customer, for folks who inspire them, and men and women with a job to do. They build with the best materials available and the most durable construction methods so that you know their gear will support your mission—whether it’s on the front line, the fire line, the cleanest line or the steepest line. MysteryRanch.com

15
Muir Way— U.S.A. Hydrological Map

Water is literally the lifeblood of any country. If you’re drawn to water, you know that how and where it flows tells the story of a place. Muir Way's U.S.A. Hydrological Map shows in fascinating detail how the country’s rivers and streams flow and interconnect, merge and diverge, carrying life to the land. Muir-Way.com

16
Bawston & Tucker—Hand Rescue & Skin Balm

Great for hardworking hands, rough and tired feet, and dry and fatigued skin, Bawston & Tucker's hand rescue and skin balm helps to bring soothing support to even the most extremely dry, chapped and cracked skin. Proudly made in Florence, Alabama. A portion of each sale goes to help preserve treasured landscapes and wildlife across America. BawstonandTucker.com

17
Feast by Firelight: Simple Recipes for Camping, Cabins, and the Great Outdoors

Feast by Firelight offers solution-oriented recipes that make cooking outdoors feel effortless and downright fun, and it shows how to utilize clever cooking methods, prep food at home and pack smart. BarnesndNoble.com

18
Kudu Grill

The KUDU Open Fire Grill is one of the most innovative portable, open-fire cooking and backyard campfire system on the market. The KUDU can grill, bake, sear, sauté, smoke, steam and fry, and when you’re finished cooking, it easily converts to an elevated vertical fire pit, making it the centerpiece for your next outdoor adventure! KuduGrills.com

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