Sportsmen’s Clothing x Cathedral Pines Cornwall

Sportsmen’s in Bantam is a favorite of ours when we’re looking for outdoorsy, athletic-fashion. We picked up a couple of cute end-of-summer outfits (here comes the season transition!) and took them for a hike at Cathedral Pines, a magical spot in Cornwall…

Post sponsored by Sportsmen’s of Litchfield

Hug more trees

That’s what we’ve vowed to do during these crazy times. It helps!

What also helps is finding outfits that we can move around in with ease. This is extra handy when you make social media videos in the woods. 😆

Cathedral Pines, tucked away in Cornwall, CT, is a great spot to walk among majestic 200-300-year-old trees

Cathedral Pines was once “New England’s largest stand of old-growth white pine and hemlock trees before being devastated by three tornadoes in July 1989. The existing trail at Cathedral Pines traverses the remaining intact portion of the stand.” The Nature Conservancy.

Will be living in this Carve Designs cord skirt with its vintage finish. So perfect for late summer/fall sweaters/sweatshirts/tees/button-downs….you name it!
Support and wear local! These comfy Bantam tees come in blue or green lettering. Layer with a button-down or under sweatshirts. 💙💚
Also Carve Designs (a company founded by 2 BFFs!), this shirt is a notch up from a plain T and the shorts are linen with an elastic waist. Cute and comfy all the way!

We discovered this great sunglasses line at Sportsmen’s called Goodr. It’s a fun line of lightweight sunnies with a sense of humor. And inexpensive. Double yay! We love!

Goodr glasses for the win!

After the 1989 tornado, the Nature Conservancy chose to allow most of the forest to regenerate naturally. Trees were left as they fell, instead of being harvested for their valuable timber.

That was fun, now let’s take a selfie!

Shop: Sportsmen’s of Litchfield 725 Bantam Road, Bantam, CT 06750 860.567.3167

Visit: Cathedral Pines. It can be accessed from a small parking area on Essex Hill Road.


Words: Bev/Photos: Lora + Bev

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