Best Apparel Accessories for Fishing
in Alaska in 2016 

Oomingmak Igloo CapOomingmak.jpg
Made from 80% Qiviut and 20% silk, this winter hat kept us warm and stylish while stalking the hardwater for trout and char this past winter. Practical and warm this hat oozes pure quality—we recommend it highly for a variety of outdoor activities.

Mountain Hardwear Women’s Snojo GlovesMtnHardwear_Snojo_glove.jpg
Getting outside and enjoying everything the Alaska winter has to offer was never easier than this past year, and that’s because our tester’s new Snojo Gloves kept her hands warm and functioning all day long, regardless of how low the mercury dipped. Featuring Thermal Q Elite, the warmest synthetic insulation ounce-for-ounce out there, these gloves also offer leather padding for added durability and protection and Velcro cuffs for a snow-proof cinch.

Filson Wool Packer HatFilson_Wool_Packer_Hat.jpg
We like that the hat packs down, has a strong brim and is water-repellent. The Fedora-style hat is sharp-looking, too.