While the season has nearly wrapped itself up in many parts of the country, snow is still falling in others, gifting many across the Pacific Northwest with one last breath of winter. This week in Provisions we look at everything you might need this spring, whether you are enjoying the last turns of the winter or soaking up some sun. From shades that are made out of plant-based products, to premium leather gloves and superfood supplements, we have you covered. Don’t forget to check out The 2017 Product Collection or 2017 Interactive Brand Guides while your’e at it. Spring savings are coming up fast and there is no better time to dial in your dream kit.

Hestra Wakayama gloves


For 80 years Hestra has been making and selling ultra-premium leather gloves. What began as a logging glove company based out of a small village by the same name in southern Sweden, soon made its transition into the snow sliding world when a local hill opened in 1937. Since Hestra’s debut in the world of winter enthusiasts, the brand has held their ground as a leading player in the field. The Wakayama is a retro inspired glove made entirely of cowhide with wool a terry lining and paracord wrist adjustment, and is in many ways the brand’s principal product.

BUY NOW: $140



HANAH ONE is the new must-have for athletes and nutrition activists alike. This botanical superfood supplement is made from 30 wild-harvested ingredients, including but not limited to: turmeric, ashwagandha, amalaki, and shatavari. HANAH ONE is designed to transport nutrients throughout the body to nourish cells and organs. This encourages the growth of new cells, while expelling damaged cells and toxins to promote the vigor and health that comes with deep systematic cleansing and regeneration. Riders like Travis Rice, Mark Carter, and Rob Kingwill are only a few of the many who swear by this formula, grab your jar now and get in on the HANAH ONE program early.

Buy now: $55

Alingment by Bryan Iguchi, Jamie Lynn, and Schoph


Earlier this winter Asymbol gallery in Jackson, Wyoming hosted their third annual HMNNTR exhibit, featuring artwork from Bryan Iguchi, Jamie Lynn, Schoph, and more. The three above in Jackson for the exhibit, days were spent on hill, and evenings were spent buried in Bryan Iguchi’s garage where continued collaboration between the three artists proved rampant. Alingment is a collaborative piece featuring distinguished elements from each artist’s work, in a cohesive presentation.

Buy now: $45-$725

Zeal Capitol sunglasses


Named for Colorado’s Capitol Peak, Zeal’s new Capitol sunglasses boast style and function through an environmentally friendly, simplistic design. Zeal constructs their glasses frames from their trademarked plant-based Z-Resin, and crafts their polarized lenses from a castor bean base, so now you can feel good about more than just how your new shades make you look. The Capitol comes in four different color ways, so make sure you approach spring in style and grab a pair now.

Buy now: $149

YETI Colster


Finally a koozie that actually works. The YETI Colster® is a stainless steel koozie for both cans and bottles. The Load-and-Lock™ Gasket secures your drink in place while the Colster’s double-wall vacuum insulation keeps your beverages colder for longer. Not to mention, YETI’s No Sweat™ design guarantees that your hands will stay warm and dry while your drinks do the opposite.

Buy now: $29.99

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