Alta Picks: Survive

A one-stop shop for taking on the great outdoors in style.

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BAREBONES LIVING

What would you get if you crossed John Wayne with Martha Stewart? You’d get sleek six-shooter tumblers and tempered-steel field knives. You’d get vintage-chic lanterns and work gloves sewn from the supplest leather. In short, you’d get Barebones. The Salt Lake City–based lifestyle company offers all you need to head into the great outdoors—without roughing it too much. We’ve got our eye on the Cowboy Collection, which features a cookbook by famed cattle wrangler Kent Rollins ($35), a standing grill inspired by old-time chuck wagon meals ($475), and an array of flashlights, foldout stools, and woodworking gear that’ll make you the envy of the campground. This summer, we’ll be pitching our tents at Bryce Canyon and creating our own stylish home on the range. barebonesliving.com

This article appears in the Summer 2021 issue of Alta Journal.
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