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Von Zipper Glue sunglasses $80 949-341-3075; vonzipper.com
Be honest with yourself: If you can’t pull them off, then don’t bother trying.
Osprey Torque $84 970-564-5900; ospreypacks.com
Smart touches like the shoulder strap cable router for your MP3 player are nice, but it’s the Torque’s firm foam sidewalls that make it the most rugged (and manly) man-purse around.
Völkl leather belt $40 800-264-4579; volkl.com
Nobody wants to see your boxers; keep your pants up in good style.
Horny Toad Viola hat ($24), scarf ($36), and gloves ($24) 800-865-8623; hornytoad.com
Pink goes with everything—except guys.
Patagonia Wavefarer Board Shorts $54 800-866-4595; patagonia.com
Come hot tub time, conceal your pasty white thighs with Patagonia’s knee-length shorts.
Sorel Stoyoma Mountain boots $125 877-508-6050; sorel.com
Shoveling snow or bumping chairs? These seam-sealed, waterproof-leather boots have beefy soles, are fully insulated, and rated to minus 60 degrees Fahrenheit—and that’s damn cold, my friend.
Men’s Bula Brim hat $15 800-262-9909; bulabula.com
We’ve seen a lot of brimmed hats lately, but this understated lid is our favorite.
The North Face women’s Opulent hoody $50 800-447-2333; thenorthface.com
It’s a cotton sweatshirt—so don’t wear it in the halfpipe when it’s raining.
Billabong Rockettes watch $60 949-753-7222; billabong-usa.com
What self-respecting slope Siren wouldn’t want this fat-strapped beauty?