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Fall Apparel Special: Flex Time
Text and Photograph by Steve Casimiro

Photo: People hanging out at camp

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Hang Around Camp
Left: Layer up in the shade with the casual and stretchy Royal Robbins Brisa V-Neck sweater ($54; www.royalrobbins.com) and an American Apparel Baby Rib Basic Short Sleeve T ($15; www.americanapparelstore.com), crafted from organic cotton.

Center: There's a California dreamin' vibe exuded by the Patagonia King Snake shirt ($75; www.patagonia.com), but the sixties whimsy comes with a postmillennial payoff: It's organic cotton and recycled fibers, bro. The ultraversatile Marmot Trail Pants ($50; www.marmot.com) travel well, are tough but don't look it, and match just about anything. Smith Wire-Frame shades ($80; www.smithsport.com) feature impact-resistant, polycarbonate lenses.

Right: The 686 History Premium Tee ($28; www.686.com) takes its look straight from the snowpark. Underneath is the Lucky Brand Rockhouse
Thermal Longsleeve Tee
($54; www.luckybrand.com), a casual
and versatile base layer.


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