Womens Travel Clothes

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

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

Lucy Activewear: Comfortable, Stylish Travel Clothes for Women

Lucy Activewear: Comfortable, Stylish Travel Clothes for Women

Tonik Beth Short Sleeve Cycling Jersey

Fit for Two Wheels: Tonik Beth Short Sleeve Cycling Jersey

By Jill / July 10, 2020 /

Sure, you can cycle in any comfortable shirt. But when I stepped up my bike hours, I realized that cycling jerseys are truly awesome. Over the years, women’s cycling jerseys are getting better and better and it’s much easier to find versions that fit and perform well. One of my newest favorites is the Tonik…

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Icebreaker Cool-Lite Yanni Sleeveless Dress

Classically Comfortable in Icebreaker Cool-Lite Yanni Sleeveless Dress

By Jill / June 26, 2020 /

My favorite travel dresses have a relaxed fit, are comfortable and breathable, and can pack easily. The last thing I need is to be uncomfortable in my clothing, whether I’m sitting down to a meal at a restaurant, sightseeing all day, or going for a hike. Clothes with classic lines and simple details are best…

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Patagonia Regenerative Cotton Lightweight Tee

By Leah Guill / June 18, 2020 /

It’s time that you and I become part of a movement that provides comfortable clothing and takes back our planet. Patagonia is providing just that with their ever growing environmentally friendly practices and company ethos. New to their impressive lineup is the Regenerative Organic Cotton apparel line. THIS IS A TEST 800+ organic farmers have…

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Chill Angel Essential Tank for summer nights

By Amy / June 16, 2020 /

I’ve been a huge fan of Chill Angel for several years now. This company that specializes in Merino wool pajamas and loungewear has been making women feel more comfortable in their own skin since launching their first sleep shirt, and I’ve found each piece to be versatile and practical. For instance, their sleepwear is often…

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Helly Hansen Solen Printed Watershorts

Make a Splash with Helly Hansen Solen Printed Watershorts

By Jill / June 12, 2020 /

Water is a big factor in summer enjoyment, whether you’re headed to the beach, lake, river, or local swimming pool. The story’s the same if you’re traveling or staying home. When you want to minimize what you’re packing in your suitcase or backpack and need clothing that will not only be awesome in the water,…

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Outdoor Research Helium Rain Jacket

Stay Dry in Outdoor Research Helium Rain Jacket and Pants

By Jill / June 5, 2020 /

Rain isn’t only for winter, and even if you’re the kind of person who loves going out in wet weather, it’s hard to stay out for long when you’re cold and soaking. Rain jackets and pants can also be bulky, which means that they take up more room in your suitcase when you’re traveling, but…

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Mountain Hardwear’s Women’s Exposure/2™ Gore-Tex Paclite® Plus Jacket

By Leah Guill / May 20, 2020 /

As April showers bring May flowers and May finds us still close to home, we have been enjoying the opportunities to be outside more than ever. Between biking, hiking, walks to the river and paddle boarding, the one jacket I have brought with me over the last 3 weeks is the Women’s Exposure/2™ Gore-Tex Paclite®…

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Darn Tough ATC Micro Crew Cushion Socks

Hit the Trail with Darn Tough ATC Micro Crew Cushion Socks

By Jill / May 15, 2020 /

Maybe this year you’ve dreamed of through-hiking the Appalachian Trail, or another long trail where you can get away and rely on your own skill and what you’ve brought along in your pack. Or perhaps it’s a dream for a future time. Regardless, whether you’re traveling or on your own home trail, the right socks…

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Kari Traa Smale Longsleeve

Layer Up in Comfort with Kari Traa Smale Longsleeve and Pant

By Jill / May 8, 2020 /

Baselayers aren’t just for winter. You may need to layer up when camping, hiking, or even working from home during a global pandemic. Well, let’s hope the latter situation will resolve safely very soon. Ultimately, layers are a good thing when temperatures are cool or variable. It’s even better when those baselayers are super soft,…

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Thousand Bike Helmets are Here for you and Mother Earth

By Leah Guill / May 6, 2020 /

I just ended a huge two day media Zoom call about the new and exciting products coming to you in 2020 and I couldn’t be more excited for the new gear and color ways. With all the aesthetically pleasing gear these companies have been working on, I was incredibly moved by how many of them…

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