Canada Goose, Fjällräven. Canada Goose Expedition VS Fjällräven Kyl. Posted on Categories Apparel·CityTags , Leave a comment on Canada Goose Expedition VS Fjällräven Kyl

Canada Goose Expedition VS Fjällräven Kyl

Expedition by Canada Goose   The Expedition parka was originally created for the team of scientists that crossed the Antartic, to the McMurdo Station. Let’s say that this says a lot regarding this jacket’s technical capacities. It is for sure one of the most practical parkas from Canada Goose: lots of pockets with secure Velcro … Read more ›

Canada Goose, Soia & Kyo. Canada Goose Kensington VS Soia & Kyo Rana. Posted on Categories Apparel·CityTags , 2 Comments on Canada Goose Kensington VS Soia & Kyo Rana

Canada Goose Kensington VS Soia & Kyo Rana

Canada Goose’s Kensington   The Kensington is probably one of the most popular jackets from Canada Goose. Entirely made in Canada, this parka represents the perfect mix of a coat designed for the city and the country.     Its 625 fill duck down insulation will keep you warm all winter long. The outside pockets … Read more ›

Baffin, Merrell, Sorel, Winter. Winter Boots 2015: Made to Play in the Snow. Posted on Categories FootwearTags , , , Leave a comment on Winter Boots 2015: Made to Play in the Snow

Winter Boots 2015: Made to Play in the Snow

We recently gave you some suggestions regarding urban types of boots. However – winter is made to play in the snow. It is great to keep a classic and elegant style for our everyday life, but being well equipped for outdoor activities is also important so check out our winter boot buying guide to find … Read more ›

Icebreaker. Review of the Icebreaker Stratus LS Zip Jacket. Posted on Categories ApparelTags 2 Comments on Review of the Icebreaker Stratus LS Zip Jacket

Review of the Icebreaker Stratus LS Zip Jacket

I was pretty excited when I unfolded the sleek dark grey Stratus and put my arms through the sleeves for the first time. When I zipped it up, the first thought that came to mind was, “Wow, this is like wearing a perfectly tailored woolen quilt.” Our review of this product 8.8 / 10 The … Read more ›

Hoka One One, Running. Review of the Hoka One One Speedgoat. Posted on Categories FootwearTags , Leave a comment on Review of the Hoka One One Speedgoat

Review of the Hoka One One Speedgoat

I received my first pair of Hoka One One with a touch of skepticism. Hoka is the pioneer of maximalist shoes, and I, on the other hand, am an avid minimalist shoe enthusiast. Still, I was amazed at how light and colorful they were. The bold blue, red and yellow colors are stunning and apparently … Read more ›

Florsheim, Le Chameau, Red Wing, Swims, Timberland, UGG Australia, Wolverine. Urban Boots for Men: the 2015 Collections. Posted on Categories FootwearTags , , , , , , Leave a comment on Urban Boots for Men: the 2015 Collections

Urban Boots for Men: the 2015 Collections

For a long time, winter basically meant absence of style. We used to only think about the practical aspects of clothing, without considering the look of it. This fact was also true for shoes and boots: it was pretty hard to match them with a nice outfit. Fortunately, we now have tons of choices regarding … Read more ›

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4 Cycling Routes to Discover Around Quebec

For many outdoor activities, fall is the perfect season to get outdoor and play. I recently wrote about interesting spots where you can go hiking – around Quebec and USA. This time, I’ll give you some recommendations on places where you can enjoy the sun and a nice bike ride, before winter comes our way. … Read more ›

Arc’teryx, Defy Bags, Filson, Fjällräven, Icebreaker, Instance, Levi Posted on Categories Apparel·FootwearTags , , , , , , , , , , , , Leave a comment on The Toronto Look: Dress for the Cold

The Toronto Look: Dress for the Cold

The days are getting colder and shorter in the beautiful city of Toronto, but it’s most certainly not enough to keep me from visiting the metropolis and all its awesome coffee shops or art galleries. I’ll probably be commuting from a place to another using nothing else but my feet or public transit and I’ll … Read more ›

Abus. The Buyer Notes: ABUS. Posted on Categories EquipmentTags Leave a comment on The Buyer Notes: ABUS

The Buyer Notes: ABUS

No matter where you live, having your bike stolen is a way too common thing – and let’s face it, it’s super frustrating. If that ever happened to you,  ABUS is a German brand that offers high end bike locks: your bike’s safety is their promise. If minimal security is what’s needed,  go with their … Read more ›

KAVU. KAVU: Women’s 2015 Fall/Winter Collection. Posted on Categories ApparelTags Leave a comment on KAVU: Women’s 2015 Fall/Winter Collection

KAVU: Women’s 2015 Fall/Winter Collection

If you are like me and enjoy wearing big and comfy clothes – without loosing your sense of style – you will probably love KAVU. The Seattle based company offers a clothing line inspired by the outdoorsy lifestyle: the products are durable, practical, and manufactured with precision. What I like the most about the brand … Read more ›

Creep. CREEP Clothing Collection Fall/Winter 2015. Posted on Categories ApparelTags Leave a comment on CREEP Clothing Collection Fall/Winter 2015

CREEP Clothing Collection Fall/Winter 2015

CREEP Clothing was founded in Osaka, Japan, in 1997. Since 2008, it has been run by two brothers – Kiyofumy (founder) and Hiroshi (creative director) Awai. Their goal: to establish an exclusive line of clothing for men, distributed in a few selected retailers around the world. Internationally speaking, 36 stores are selling CREEP products – … Read more ›