A guide for what you need to buy, read or consume to enhance your recreation and travel experience
Sweaty Betty Base Layers
Around $90; sweatybetty.com
“Flattering” and “thermal” don’t usually go together when speaking of base layers for your snow adventures. The wonderfully named Sweaty Betty has hipped up the staid base-layer market without making you look hippy. Some of the designs look like a cubist paintings. They are colorful without being gaudy. Even the basic black has some tasteful piping.
These shirts are being marketed to the silver-haired crowd, probably assuming their arthritis or failing fine-motor skills makes it hard to button shirts. But, really, since toddlerhood, we’ve always struggled. These look like standard Oxford button-down shirts, except the eight buttons (plus cuffs) are magnetized. They simply snap on. Brilliant.
“Top 10 Travel Movies of All-Time”
Writer Lars Condor weighs in – and we’re sure you will disagree. Write to Lars, not us:
2. “Almost Famous”
3. “The Talented Mr. Ripley”
5. “The Out of Towners”
6. “The Terminal”
7. “Into the Wild”
8. “The Motorcycle Diaries”
9. “The Beach”
10. “The Way”
Compiled by Sam McManisfirstname.lastname@example.org