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Oomingmak Tundra Beret

MSRP: $190

www.qiviut.com

The more qiviut we wear, the more we appreciate its value, and we love this beret. The sewers at Oomingmak are true artists, and to begin, the craftsmanship reflected in each hat is remarkable. Additionally, the beret looks classy and timeless, while providing amazing warmth. You can wear it on the river in the summer and all winter long, making it worth the cost and truly Alaskan. We received many compliments while wearing the beret.

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NOMAR Kid's Gauntlet Mittens

MSRP: $19.95

www.nomaralaska.com

Polartec WindBloc elastic at the wrist ensures a snug fit, both keeping your kiddos warm and also serving to keep the mittens around throughout the season. A great product for active Alaskan families.

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Outdoor Research Stormcell Gloves

MSRP: $119

www.outdoorresearch.com

A truly high-end glove, the StormCell features waterproof protection in a slim fit, with a grippy palm for better dexterity and tool handling. 

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Tilley TWA1 Aviator Hat

MSRP: $139

www.tilley.com

This 100% wool hat offers genuine shearling inside the earflaps and forehead warmer. You can wear it flaps-down for more wind protection or snap up. It is crushproof and packable. Treated with snow and water repellency, this hat is backed by Tilley, meaning it is guaranteed against even normal wear-and-tear.

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Tundra Tech Stormbloc Hat

MSRP: $20

www.driftcreekoutdoors.com

Featuring Stormbloc, the next generation of technical outerwear, these hats were definitely handy during some of the rainiest days of the season. The ball-cap style is adjustable in the back and sits low.

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Gordini Youth Nordic Glove

MSRP: $23

www.gordini.com

There can be an instinct to go cheap with kids' gloves, but here is a chance to get a top-end glove, providing just the warmth needed to keep your young one on the water longer, without breaking the bank.

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Loki Women's Fleece Gloves

MSRP: $15

www.lokiusa.com

These gloves fit our tester's hands really well. They are a base-layer glove for the coldest days and easy to stuff in your wading coat to warm up your hands on the river.

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Gordini The Polar Gloves

MSRP: $95

www.gordini.com

These gloves are fantastic, made from genuine deerskin with the backs of the gloves filled with 600 fill-power goose down. The palms also feature Megaloft insulation. We found them ideal for warming our hands while ice fishing or when snowmachining to the lake.

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Hoo Rag Seamless Bandana

MSRP: $14.95

www.hoorag.com

A more versatile product than you might think, we found these bandanas handy to have around.