Toad and Co.

Debug Trail Tight

This versatile tight is just the ticket for travel and all sorts of festival action. It’s got just enough stretch and breathes, thanks to a polypro-spandex blend. Insect Shield treatment keeps the mosquitoes at bay when the sun goes down. $89 |



Helly Hansen

Kirkwall Festival Poncho

You’ll look like the heroine in a Wes Anderson flick when the weather goes south and you pull out this retro-stylish piece. You’ll also stay nice and dry thanks to Helly’s signature fully waterproof polyurethane fabric and bomber seam sealing. $90 |





Folk Rebellion

Analog As Folk Raglan

“Analog as Folk” is a testament to Folk Rebellion’s philosophy of unplugging from all screens and electronics and simply enjoying the music of what happens. Other messages: “Kill Nothing But Time” and “Hold Some Body Like You Hold Your Phone.” $58 |




Z/Cloud X2

If you focus on protecting one body part at a festival, let it be your dancin’ feet. With a beefy, non-marking sole that can stomp through gunk, and tough, adjustable webbing, these Chacos keep your feet secured, ventilated, and happy. $110 |




RollR 80 Cooler

Cart this portable party on wheels into your festival campsite and you’ll soon be the center of the tribal drum circle. With 80 quarts of carrying capacity, you can keep enough beer on ice to survive clear through the Phish encore. Bonus: the top doubles as a cutting board. $449 |



Rocky Mounts

Back Stage Bike Racks

The problem with tailgate bike racks is that it’s a pain to get to the stuff in the back of your vehicle. Say hello to the Back Stage, which hauls your precious carbon-fiber steeds and swings out of the way when you need to grab a dry-hopped IPA out of the cooler. $550 |




Trilogy Trillby Hat

Our own Lily Krass said it best: a good hat protects you from the festival sun (see page 6). This snazzy number not only shields fair skin—you can also roll it up and pack it away without crushing it. $44 |




Jackson Shirt

One dude, one festival, one shirt. It’s possible thanks to the powers of merino wool in this lightweight, classy short sleeve that can survive everything from sweat to beer spills but still breathes and looks good enough to wow security. $145 |



Dish and Duer

Live Lite AC Pant

Performance denim gurus Dish and Duer crafted the best festival pant we’ve had the pleasure of slipping over our shanks. Credit that performance to proprietary T2X fabric that’s light but tough enough to take a beating. $128 |