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I love the holidays and even though I live in California and love it, there’s nothing like heading home to the east coast for that Christmas spirit. I’m from Connecticut and my wife is from Toronto so it’s easy for us to spend the holidays in a cold, snowy northern climate. I usually hate the cold weather but who doesn’t love a white Christmas?
This year, it’s not possible to fly to either Connecticut or Toronto since my wife and I just had our first child. He’s still really little so we’ll be spending the holidays at home. But if we really want snow, Big Bear is only an hour and a half drive from us and the temperatures there rival those in Toronto.
If you’re headed to a cold-weather destination this holiday season, make sure you dress for it. With the right pieces in your suitcase, you’ll enjoy the elements instead of constantly complaining about it. Sierra Trading Post is the perfect place to do your shopping for cold-weather gear. Not only will you find a large and varied selection of brand names but the prices are great, too. You’ll save money shopping for stylish ways to stay warm this winter.
Personally, I’m a big fan of cashmere for its softness and comfort but it’s usually so expensive. At Sierra Trading Post, you can find reasonably-priced cashmere, like the Elliot Mulryan Cable Cashmere Sweater and the Johnstons of Elgin Royal Speyside Cashmere Scarf. Look good, stay warm and not spend a fortune doing it? That’s my kind of shopping and from now until December 31 customers get free shipping on orders of $75 or more. Use code ACJDEC6.
Here are five things from Sierra Trading Post I recommend you pack for your holiday travels.
Terramar Thermolator Base Layer Top – Midweight, Long Sleeve (For Men), $16.99
Hestra Army Leather Gloves – Removable Wool Lining, $69.99
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