Womens Travel Clothes

Women’s Torrens Hooded Thermal Jacket from Mustang Survival

By Leah Guill | October 6, 2021

With Pumpkin Spice making it’s appearance across store shelves, it is time to discuss the women’s Torrens Hooded Thermal Jacket for your Fall and into late Spring needs. No need for your leggings and high boots, this jacket isn’t made for no pumpkin patch silliness! The Torrens Hooded Thermal Jacket is lightweight, but may be…

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Icebreaker Merino Quantum III Long Sleeve Zip Hoodie

Gear Up for Fall With Icebreaker Women’s Merino Clothing

By Jill | October 1, 2021

Now that we’re on the slow slide toward winter, a lot of people are starting to think more about merino wool layers. Despite the fact that lightweight merino is perfectly fine to wear in warmer temperatures and even keeps you cool, it always seems to be top of mind when the weather turns chilly.  …

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Phunksun Goes Phurther With New Face Covers

By Leah Guill | September 28, 2021

We are in Boise, Idaho and at the time of this article our entire state is in “Crisis Standards of Care” because the virus we have all come to know, COVID19, is not going away. The higher rate of transmission with the Delta variant has caused our household to reevaluate our face coverings so that…

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Quick Review: HeadPeace HeadBands

By Leah Guill | September 27, 2021

HeadPeace headbands are a lightweight, ethically made headband that will become a daily staple in your wardrobe. Whether you are running, shopping, or just getting the kids through the drop off line at school, the HeadPeace headbands will make it look like you have your life together. The 96% Rayon and 4% spandex blend makes…

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proof. Leak Proof Underwear

By Leah Guill | September 17, 2021

In my concerted and continued effort to become more of a minimalist when it comes to my travel gear, I have made 2021 the year of trying period products that are not only practical for travel and daily use, but also cut down on the single use plastics and trash I create. After having both…

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CAMP Cove Sunglasses from SHWOOD

By Leah Guill | September 14, 2021

At the Outdoor Retailer Show this last August, I snuck into the prettiest sunglass display I have ever seen. Sunglass frames made from seashells, wood, flowers and acetate. Expecting the variety of materials would make for a heavy frame, I was pleasantly surprised by how light the SHWOOD frames were. There are 4 collections in…

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Entrepreneur Highlight: Lindsay Theken of HeadPeace Headbands

By Leah Guill | September 7, 2021

Get to know the one woman show behind the bright and beautiful pieces at HeadPeace, Lindsay Theken. How did you get your idea or concept for the business, HeadPeace Headbands? I will be honest, I had never done anything this entrepreneurial before. Looking back, I was probably way out of my element. I had been listening…

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Saucony Stopwatch Singlet

Combine Run Time with Adventure with Saucony Stopwatch Tops

By Jill | August 27, 2021

Classic running shirts are also great adventure shirts. Think about it. They’re made especially to wick sweat away while you’re active, which is also what you want when you’re out hiking and biking—not only when you’re running. And packing fewer items that do many things well is ideal for keeping your bags light when you’re…

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Title Nine is Making Traveling Easier and More Fashionable

By Leah Guill | August 25, 2021

“I’m in love! I’m in love and I don’t care who knows it!” -Buddy the Elf Title Nine is a woman run business that has been around since 1989. Title Nine’s belief is that the outdoors and a good workout can cure the soul and I have to agree. Having shopped Title Nine for many…

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The North Face women's Wander Tank

Wander Far and Wide with The North Face Women’s Wander Tank and Short

By Jill | August 20, 2021

Whether you’re enjoying the great outdoors close to home this summer, or are off on a distant adventure, having comfortable sporty clothing items are part of the recipe for enjoyment. Versatile pieces that can take you from the trail to a socially distanced backyard barbecue don’t have to be fancy—they just have to perform well…

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