Clothing

Thwart Pickpockets with P-Cubed Pants | Practical Travel Gear 1

Thwart Pickpockets with P-Cubed Pants

Mountain Khakis Travel Belt - and Beer Bottle Opener! | Practical Travel Gear 1

Mountain Khakis Travel Belt – and Beer Bottle Opener!

Keen Voyageur Hikers | Practical Travel Gear

Keen Voyageur Hikers

Thermo Soles for Warm Feet | Practical Travel Gear

Thermo Soles for Warm Feet

ExOfficio Women's Vent'r Pants | Practical Travel Gear

ExOfficio Women’s Vent’r Pants

Don't Call Them Flip-Flops: Spenco Total Support Sandals | Practical Travel Gear 1

Don’t Call Them Flip-Flops: Spenco Total Support Sandals

Travel Underwear by Tilley | Practical Travel Gear 1

Travel Underwear by Tilley

8 Wonderful Things You Should Know About Gore-Tex

8 Wonderful Things You Should Know About Gore-Tex

5 Things I Always Pack - JohnnyJet | Practical Travel Gear 1

5 Things I Always Pack – JohnnyJet

Kuru Footwear Kruzr Shoes for Women | Practical Travel Gear 1

Kuru Footwear Kruzr Shoes for Women

Title Nine Dream Dress

By Amy / February 18, 2020 /

Who else is eager to enjoy warm weather travel destinations? I have my new all-activity, all-situations dress at the ready: the Title Nine Dream Dress. What makes this dress so dreamy? Let’s start with the signature ‘Buttah’ fabric (90% poly, 10% spandex) that does indeed feel soft as butter on your skin. Then there’s the…

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Chill Angel Merino wool for your Valentine

By Amy / February 11, 2020 /

Chill Angel is a woman-owned company I just can’t stop raving about. Every item I’ve reviewed has been deliciously luxurious, warm, comfortable, practical and pretty. This Merino wool sleep and loungewear is designed by women for women to help us all keep cool and dry while we sleep. The 100 percent wool is super soft…

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Keen Elena Boot for winter style

By Amy / January 28, 2020 /

The challenge of winter destination travel is in the packing! How to travel light while still bringing all the winter-weather gear you need? Choose your winter footwear carefully. Nothing takes up more room in your duffel or suitcase than your shoes. This winter, I’ve been trying out Keen’s Elena boot, which comes in a mid-boot…

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Running and exercise clothing that travels well

By Amy / January 21, 2020 /

When I travel, I can’t give up my exercise routine, but I also won’t compromise on luggage space. The solution: running and exercise clothing that can double for days on the town or walking through museums. Here are some favorite pieces from this winter that do the job: Icebreaker deluxe leggings: I love, love, love…

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Kizik Alpine Shoes

No Hands Necessary with Kizik Alpine Shoes

By Jill / January 17, 2020 /

Unless you are a regular wearer of slippas (AKA flip-flops), you know the feeling of having to bend down to put your shoes on—whether you are seated or standing while doing it. But when you struggle to get your shoes on, especially after walking through the security section of an airport, you might wish for…

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Title Nine Adventurista Dress

Dress for Adventure with the Title Nine Adventurista Dress

By Jill / January 10, 2020 /

Travel dresses are sometimes so specialized that it’s hard to just travel with one. You have the beach cover-up, the dinner dress, the daytime sun dress, and even more options. When you’re trying to pack extremely light, one dress is what you want—and finding one dress that covers everything isn’t always easy. I’m thankful for…

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Danner Trail 2650 GTX for your 2020 hiking adventures

By Amy / January 7, 2020 /

Danner has been making hiking shoes since 1932, so they’re retro without even trying. Their women’s Trail 2650 GTX  is a nod to the length of the Pacific Crest Trail, and this shoe is up to the task, whether you’re hiking from Mexico to Canada or just out for the weekend. I love that this…

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Helly Hansen winter layers

By Amy / December 31, 2019 /

‘Tis the season to make sure you have your winter alpine ski season wear! We’ve been checking out some staples from Helly Hansen this month, including a dual-purpose mid-layer and an apres-ski pullover you won’t want to miss out on. Lifaloft Hybrid Insulator jacket: The perfect weight and thickness to pair with a Merino wool…

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Icebreaker Waypoint Sweater for cold weather travel

By Amy / December 24, 2019 /

Icebreaker’s Waypoint Roll Neck Sweater is Merino wool goodness in a tunic length. I love this length for travel days because it works so well with leggings and tights, which take up far less room in my carry-on than jeans or slacks. (Of course, the Waypoint will look great with those, too, especially your favorite…

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Winter layering pieces for women who travel

By Amy / December 17, 2019 /

Title Nine Super Power sweater: What’s your super power? This sweater’s super power is velvety-softness that’s somehow still tough as nails. The Super Power sweater is a Title Nine original that is stylish and fun while still practical and ready to put in some work. It’s made of 60% extra fine Merino wool and 40%…

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