Gear Review: Corridor Life

“Corridor Life was founded in 2015, when a couple of Squamish BC locals were in need of headwear. Now, Corridor Life is worn far and wide by similar-minded people who value nature, freedom, and playfulness. Our clothes have been designed for the adventurer in all of us – wherever we may choose to play.”

I connected with Corridor Life a few months back and have been loving and living in their apparel ever since! They are a growing brand with loads of potential because of their comfortable fitting hats/clothing, slick designs and mountain life vibes. Once you put on a Corridor Life hat, chances are, you’ll probably never take it off! You’ll wear it to the crag on a hot sunny day, you’ll take it hiking, toss it on your helmet-hair on the way to your local brewery. Advocating for this brand has been incredibly easy – right off the bat, I was impressed by the quality of materials and the designs. This brand is close to my heart because it’s Squamish born and raised!

Below are a list of some of my favourite items – Check out their website to see the spring lineup! 

The Cayley: $40

The lowdown:
Hibiscus cotton twill front | Black mesh back |Flat brim |Six-panel crown |Adjustable snap back |Embroidered eyelet vents |Custom embroidered felt patch 

The Cayley has to be my favourite Corridor Life hat in the current collection. It’s beachy, chill vibes make me want to hang out in the sun with a cold beverage – But the fit is totally functional and breathable for taking on a backcountry adventure.

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The Piccolo Hat: $40

The Lowdown:
Stone cotton twill front | Black mesh back |Latte curved brim | Six-panel crown | Adjustable snap back |Embroidered eyelet vents |Custom embroidered felt patch

My boyfriend stole this hat from me…As soon as he put it on his head it became his hat. It’s been taken on sunny ski touring days and accompanied us on many dates in the city. It’s simple and sleek style makes it the perfect flat brim for you and your sassy mountain man.

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The Sproatt Sweater: $79

The Lowdown:
Raglan sleeve | Garment dyed for soft hand feel |100% organic cotton fleece | Preshrunk | Embroidered chest logo 

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This sweater. The fit. The colour. The feel – It’s a must have (disclaimer: I’m in it right now). When I first saw the uni-sex sizing, I was a bit hesitant. Sometimes sweaters like this can have an awkward shoulder fit, but not the Sproatt. It’s baggy fit is still flattering and fitted in the right places. It looks awesome with a pair of skinny jeans or tossed over your bikini top at the lake.

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Ivey Tee: $40

The Lowdown:
Slim fit | Garment dyed for soft hand feel |Water based screen print | Preshrunk | 50% organic cotton, 50% recycled plastic

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The Ivey Tee has to be one of the most comfortable T-shirts out there. It’s thin but durable material sits softly against your skin. It is tuck-in friendly and has a slim fit that hugs your torso nicely. It’s made of a 50/50 blend of organic cotton and recycled plastic (so you can do your part in the fight against plastic waste)!

If you haven’t checked out Corridor Life before now, hopefully this review will spark your interest! Feel free to shoot me a message with any questions you may have about the product. I will always answer honestly, as I only work with companies that I am 100% behind the product of! 

 

Sarah. 

 

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