The Lumberlander scarf from Best Made Company, which began manufacturing a simple painted axe in 2009 and has since grown into a major new outfitter, is a clever adaptation of the brand's signature striped blanket. Best Made's designers recruited the experts at Faribault Woolen Mill Co., a 148-year-old Minnesota blanket maker, to create a fine merino twill scarf with the durability of a traditional throw and the softness of a scarf. You can wear it while chopping wood, but it looks just as good with a peacoat or a cable-knit sweater. [$85; bestmadeco.com]
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