WHERE TO WEAR YOUR PACKABLE PUFFER THIS FALL
As if you needed another excuse to plan a vacay this season, our Packable Puffer is here to convince you. Totally cozy and crazy convenient, each one folds down to a travel-friendly size—the women’s version becomes a comfy neck pillow; the men’s, a practical pouch. We put together a guide of fall-friendly destinations for you and your new puffer. Whether you’re heading off to climb a mountain or road tripping to that must-visit diner, you’ll be staying warm and saving precious space.
P.S. Our puffers are filled with PrimaLoft® insulation, a warm-as-down alternative made of 100% recycled content (one women’s jacket = 15 plastic bottles, one men’s = 20½).
Blue Ridge Mountains. Bustling music scene. Breweries galore. Welcome to Asheville. The “Land of the Sky” isn’t just beautiful to look at, it’s a ton of fun to visit. Whether you work up an appetite hiking or shopping downtown, make sure to stop by one of the many OG farm-to-table restaurants the city has to offer.
Just ’cause there’s a chill in the air doesn’t mean you can’t visit the coast. Kennebunkport is an all-year-round kind of deal. This walkable town is full of New England charm—think: weekend whale-watching, elegantly rustic accommodations and, yup, plenty of lobstah.
MILL VALLEY, CA
Juuust north of San Francisco and surrounded by redwood groves, Mill Valley is a super-scenic place for a fall respite. Trek through Muir Woods or scale Mount Tamalpais, pop over to Sausalito and watch sailboats pass by (preferably while eating a classic BLT from this mom-and-pop deli) or stay local and get your culture fix—the town hosts a film festival every October.
Twin Peaks vibes, only a few hours from NYC. Visit Phoenicia for the nearby waterfalls, the vintage oddities and the A+ diner food. Need your leaf-peeping fix? Take it to the ~extreme~ and zipline through the trees at nearby Hunter Mountain.
Savannah is ideal for visiting in October and November, when it’s free from the heavy heat and humidity of a southern summer (you’ll need a jacket at night so hi, packable puffer). Stroll through the historic streets, peruse little shops and eateries or even go ghost hunting, if that’s what you’re into. Come on, it’s not fall if you don’t get a little spooky.