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’60s Vibes: REI Launches Spring Line With Vintage Appeal

Stripes, patterned button-downs, and fun-colored pants: REI’s spring line is an eye toward an outdoor lifestyle trend — and an affordable one at that.

REI’s new in-house line of casual apparel nods toward the ’60s. With the tagline “Peace, Love & Fresh Air,” the co-op brand bets big on vintage styles.

The brand released its spring collection this week, so hop on REI’s site to browse dozens of new — and affordable — shirts, pants, and jackets.

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Although some of the offerings are fairly neutral (patterned short-sleeve button-downs), the brand also offers some personality with edgier picks.

The release follows on the heels of REI’s fall lifestyle collection, dubbed Wallace Lake. Thick sweaters, bomber jackets, and crew necks dominated.

Both collections clearly illustrate the retailer’s desire to fit in among not just the technical side of the outdoor world, but the fashionable side as well.

Check out the selections below of REI’s new spring collection. And head to REI to see the whole collection for yourself.

REI Launches ’60s-Inspired Spring Collection

REI Co-op Westerlands Knit T-Shirt: $35

REI Co-op Westerlands Knit T-Shirt

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REI Co-op Westerlands T-Shirt: $35

REI Co-op Westerlands T-Shirt

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REI Co-op Rangelands Quarter-Zip Fleece: $70

REI Co-op Rangelands Quarter-Zip Fleece

Shop Rangelands Quarter-Zip Fleece

REI Co-op Trailsmith Pants — Men’s: $70

REI Co-op Men's Trailsmith Pants

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REI Co-op Toddlers’ & Kids’ T-Shirts: $15-18

REI Co-op Toddlers' & Kids' T-Shirts

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REI Co-op Trailsmith Bandana: $5

REI Co-op Trailsmith Bandana

The collection also includes plenty of accessories, like water bottles, mugs, and bandanas.

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Nate Mitka

Midwest born, Nate Mitka is based in the GearJunkie Denver office. He is an advocate of all outdoor activities and has developed some habits, like running without headphones, eating raw vegetables, and fixing the chain on his ratty old bike.