Friday, November 15, 2019

Friday Favorites

I don't know about you, but this week FLEW by for me. Maybe it's because the hubby and I have a schedule chock full of things to do and trips in November so I feel like there is never enough time in the day to finish everything on my to-do list. Whatever the reason, it's already time to share my list of my favorite finds again with my favorite folks. Let's do this!

Parks Project Recycled Water Bottle Towels

I know, I know, Parks Project made the cut again, but this time it is for their new towels made from recycled water bottles. Not only do I love the premise but the designs are pretty fantastic as well. The towels are oh-so versatile. It’s a top of the line yoga towel, it’s your beach towel, it’s your pool towel, and it’s a pack towel when you go camping or travel. They've designed this towel to be multi-use without sacrificing performance, so you can own less and do more.

Left: Bigfoot / Center: Yosemite / Right: National Treasures

Brooks Ugly Christmas Sweater Shoes

I'm not sure if you were around my corner of the InterWebs last year when I received a surprise delivery from Brooks with their Ugly Christmas Sweater inspired Levitate 2 shoes, but I just saw that they have more shoes being released (when I am writing this they haven't been released yet but when the post goes live on Friday they will have already hit the Brooks Running website). The two designs (one blue and one green) will be on the Revel 3 shoe. I haven't run (or even tried on) this model, so I don't know if it'll work for me, but the design is pretty AWESOMESAUCE! #RunMerry

Source: Brooks Running's Facebook Page

ROAD iD Ugly Christmas Sweater Bands

While we're on the Ugly Christmas Sweater topic, I must mention the ROAD iD bands that hit the website earlier this week. Of course I ordered them right away (I grabbed the green knit option, but love the red knit one too). I also got the three new badges (PEACE, LOVE and JOY). PS You can always use THIS LINK to score 20% off your order!

Worn Wear ReCrafted

I love Patagonia. Don't get me wrong, their gear is pricey, but man, I love it. The company tries their hardest to not only be an outdoor brand but a sustainable one. And in today's day and age of Amazon, Walmart, etc, that is definitely a rarity! I saw the launch of their ReCrafted line on their IGTV and had to find it on YouTube so I could easily share it. The hubby and I have been talking about buying fewer items, but making sure they're well made and will last. This line is perfect!

What are you loving lately?

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