Techspresso Travel Polo Shirt From Exofficio
A polo shirt can be a great staple for warm weather travel wardrobes and this Exofficio Techspresso polo has a lot of features to make it one of the best ones you can buy. It’s a rare trip I take when there’s not at least one shirt like this... Read more
Stretchy, Insect-Repellent NosiLife Berko Shirt From Craghoppers
Want a travel shirt that moves when you do but looks fitted when you hit the pub at the end of the day? One that will keep the mosquitoes at bay when you’re setting up a tent or chilling out in the courtyard of that tropical guesthouse? This Craghoppers... Read more
Ecōths Garrick Polo
Not many men are familiar with Ecōths, and I’d love to change that. This brand, pronounced ‘ecos’, is dedicated to blending natural fibers for a stylish, classic look to all their pieces. It’s hard to make men’s clothing in a way that stands out as unique, without going over-the-top,... Read more
Long Sleeves for Hot Travels: ExOfficio Minimo Shirt
Yeah I know, most people in the northern hemisphere are bundled up in down parkas and snow boots as I write this. But the ones who have the time and means to break away are probably flying somewhere hot and sunny. For good sun protection and wicking in a... Read more
REI Sahara – a Travel Tech Shirt That Won’t Break the Bank
Looking for a long-sleeve travel shirt with lots of features but not a crazy high retail price? This $54 Sahara Tech shirt is a great option. It’s common business sense that a store selling its own brand can do so for a lower price than they have to charge... Read more
Fall picks for women from Mountain Khakis
I know it’s well and truly fall here in Oregon when I can break out the flannel and fleece. Flannel-lined pants, fleece jackets, flannel shirts…it all makes me happy! This fall, I’m especially giddy because I get to wear two new-for-fall offerings from Mountain Khakis. Spoiler alert: both involve... Read more
Migration Hemp Shirt From Patagonia
Many people buy Patagonia outdoor and travel clothing just because they like it, but this is also the most responsible big brand around when it comes to how they source and manufacture their apparel. Nearly everything they’re putting out now is made from fabrics with a recycled component or... Read more
This Jefe Shirt Outfits You Latin Style
If you’re heading to the Caribbean or Latin America and want to look appropriately cool while staying comfortable, this El Jefe collared shirt from Mountain Khakis is a more subtle take on the classic guayabera. We don’t tend to devote many travel gear reviews to cotton clothing here. As... Read more
Exofficio Impervio shirt
A few weeks ago, I reviewed Exofficio BugsAway clothing for women. Now it’s the men’s turn. I picked up the Exofficio Impervio BugsAway tee shirt for my teen son, and it’s become a close traveling companion for him. When it comes to picking out clothes for teens, I usually... Read more
Icebreaker Departure Short-sleeve Shirt
This woven merino wool Departure Shirt from Icebreaker defies expectations and has several features making it a great choice for travelers. Usually when you hear “wool shirt,” you probably think of something thick and scratchy you would wear in the dead of winter. Fine-spun merino wool is a different... Read more