Claire & Emma's Holiday Gift Guide
Our holiday gift guide is a small collection of things we love. If you're looking for something special, interesting, or delicious, here are a few fun ideas to check out!
Our mom always wore a jacket like this when we were kids, especially when she was going out for a skiff ride. This jacket is comfortable in all conditions and warm in the cold. The nylon shell over the upper body protects its inflation system, breaks the wind and sheds water. An Alaskan classic.
Swedes, like Alaskans love coffee. This illustrated lifestyle cookbook on the Swedish tradition of fika – a twice-daily coffee break – including recipes for traditional baked goods, information and anecdotes about Swedish coffee culture, and the roots and modern incarnations of this cherished custom. We used this book to spice up our Mug Up game all summer on the boat.
Beautiful colors, perfect fit, ready for any activity – these leggings are our staples while we're fishing, hiking, or doing just about anything.
Artwork by Amarie Young, in Kodiak Alaska. Prints of wild animals, wild places and the things that make Alaska great.
The best work boots, going out boots, tromping around boots. Kind of like the land-based XTRATUF equivalent.
This amazing first publication can be purchased on our webshop after its release, on December 9, 2017. It's full of the next generation's advice, knowledge, stories, photos, and artwork. We're really excited to have such a great resource full of beautiful ideas.
We cannot wait for every working women we know to try a pair of these pants on. They will change your life! Be gone the days of men's pants. Hello days of feeling like a superhero. Made in Portland, Oregon by badass women.
This wonderfully rich yet fast-absorbing face cream provides deep hydration and nourishment to soothe and replenish weary skin. We use this in the summer when we're working outside all day, the perfect protection for all beautiful skin types.
These are for kids! Bite-sized finger foods packed with omega 3s, healthy protein, and hidden veggies. An easy way to get your kids eating healthy, delicious seafood.
This waxed cotton backpack is handmade by the ever-talented Elisabeth Snapp on Lopez Island in Washington. We love every style she makes; this backpack most of all.