Unyoked Launches First-Ever Wilderness Wear Collection
Unyoked has become a bit of a fan favourite here at Man of Many and there’s no prize for guessing why. The legends famous for wilderness getaways and tiny homes set in the most stunning of locations have continuously knocked it out of the park with their focus on preserving nature, focusing on the important things and taking the time to just be present. This week, Unyoked unveiled not one, but two massive new additions to the mix – the business’ first-ever wilderness wear collection and a rugged new collaboration with the king of outdoor survival icon Stanley.
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After spending months researching and handpicking responsible partners for the merch line to adhere to its sustainable principles, Unyoked identified the need for products that would not join plastic packaging in landfill. Instead, the boys found suitable suppliers, invested in sustainable packaging and made things that would survive for seasons to come, landing on a durable collection of Unyoked dad caps in three colours and four totes. Best of all, Unyoked partnered with Stanley to release their own take on the classic vacuumed-insulated bottle and flask, ensuring that no matter where you go, you’ll stay hydrated.
The Unyoked x Stanley Hammertone 1L bottle comes custom-inscribed with the adventure business’ Nature Dispensary logo to give it a fresh, new feel. According to Unyoked, the insulation means that hot liquids will keep hot for up to 24 hours, and cold liquids will stay cold for even longer, while the lip doubles as a cup, to sip your morning coffee in peace, wherever you may find yourself. On the smaller end of the spectrum, Unyoked also reinvigorated Stanley’s Hammertone 250ml Flask. The all-steel and vacuum insulated companion is the perfect takeaway for a short stay and handy addition to any camping checklist.
“We chose to collaborate with Stanley because we love their story and their approach to building shit that lasts,” Unyoked co-founder Chris Grant said. “Their founder invented the steel vacuum bottle over 100 years ago and today they still make them to last nearly that long. Every person could use a trusty vacuum bottle and a good flask. We see them as staples of adventure. Items that’ll accumulate character and memories as they join you on your various nature sessions.”
Both the Unyoked wilderness wear collection and the Stanley collaboration are available now, with prices starting` from $45. Get in and get away.