Outdoor Adventure Gear Guide – The Santa Barbara Independent

Outdoor Adventure Gear Guide

Shirt, headlamp and flask to enhance your enjoyment in nature

Enjoying nature becomes even better with the right equipment. Here are three items to spruce up the outdoors.

Third eye headlights: Contemporary Carpinteria artist Sean Anderson has combined tech specs and custom styling to create this line of headlamps. From florals and tie-dye to outer space and just plain black, these stripes light up your mood and your campsite. ($12-$50; projectorstierceoeil.com)

High Camp Bottles: Just because you’re in the woods doesn’t mean your cocktails have to suffer. Ranging in size from 750 to 375 ml and comes with 11 oz. goggles, these feature a magnetic locking system, an anti-drip lip and the ability to stay hot or cold for 24 hours. ($85-$125; highcampflasks.com)

High water shirt: A groovy collared shirt with built-in functionality to open and hold beer bottles while keeping your phone and sunglasses safe? Join us, California Cowboy! ($145; California
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Hike to the Historical Museum

Take a Hike, Save the World is the new exhibit at the Santa Barbara Historical Museum that lets visitors explore the great outdoors from the comfort of a downtown adobe. Showcasing works by artists and photographers from 1875 to the present day, it’s a great place to appreciate how much open space has been saved from development in the area. And it’s the best exposition we’ve ever seen when it comes to putting the blue and green of Santa Barbara on a proper pedestal. The exhibition will remain until November 13. (136 E. De la Guerra St.; [805] 966-1601; sbhistorical.org.)

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