Womens Travel Clothes

Patagonia P-6 Label Uprisal Sweatpants

Stay Campground Cozy with Patagonia P-6 Label Uprisal Sweatpants

By Jill | July 23, 2021

Whether you’ve spent a day hiking or have just set up your tent, it’s always a great feeling to shed your daytime clothes and put on something cozy for hanging around camp. Who cares whether you’re glamping, car camping, or doing something more adventurous? When you sit down and take a big breath in the…

Read More >>
Fjallraven Abisko Midsummer Zip Off Trousers

Hit the Trail in Fjallraven Abisko Midsummer Zip Off Trousers

By Jill | July 16, 2021

Sure, you could bring pants and shorts on a hike, but when you have a good pair of zip-off pants, you have both in one. The traditional problem with these types of pants for women, though, is that zip-offs were mostly just men’s pants sized smaller. They didn’t fit a woman’s body very well, and…

Read More >>

My Favorite Hiking Items that go from Spring to Fall

By Leah Guill | June 7, 2021

So, I did a thing… I signed our family up for the #52hikechallenge for 2021. 52 hikes in 52 weeks! With all the planning and actual hiking, I wanted to share with you some clutch finds that have made our hikes more enjoyable! Minus 33 Mini Crew Socks Starting at the most important place, the…

Read More >>
Machines for Freedom Versatile Off-Road Collection

The Versatile Off-Road Collection From Machines for Freedom

By Jill | May 28, 2021

Cyclists often have a preference about their terrain. Road bikers, off-road or mountain bikers, and stationary bikers all care about the gear necessary to their specific pursuit, and sometimes that gear can be used across all categories. But sometimes, what works best for the road doesn’t necessarily cross over well for dirt.   Machines for…

Read More >>
Balega Hidden Dry Socks

Pack a Pair of Lightweight Balega Hidden Dry Running Socks

By Jill | May 7, 2021

I’m always down for lightening my luggage. It doesn’t matter if I’m checking a bag or carrying it into the cabin, whether I’m driving with it or lugging it on my back. I want to bring as little as possible, weighing as little as possible, to do everything that I need. That results in less…

Read More >>
Hoka Wind Pant

Bring the Hoka Wind Pant Along on Your Adventures

By Jill | April 30, 2021

While most of my travels have been based around outdoor activities, it can be challenging to pack light for multi-activity trips. It’s why I choose most of my clothing pieces based on performance and versatility. Almost everything has to do double duty.   When I head out on the road again, I’m bringing my Hoka…

Read More >>
Fjallraven High Coast Relaxed Shorts

Gear Up for Summer Adventures with Fjallraven High Coast Relaxed Shorts

By Jill | April 16, 2021

Warmer temperatures and post-vaccine travel are calling, and whether you’re choosing to venture out sooner or later, it’s time to take stock of your stash of summer outdoor gear. Do you remember what you loved about your shorts? Or, did you make a mental note to get a pair that fits your adventure lifestyle a…

Read More >>
Title Nine Deep Pockets Dress

Travel in Comfort with Title Nine Deep Pockets Dress

By Jill | April 2, 2021

The best travel clothes fit your lifestyle. And when you’re packing light and require clothes that can work for you in a variety of scenarios, you need pieces that are comfortable, perform well, and look good. The more I travel, the more I’m able to pare down what I pack, and multifunctional pieces are essential.…

Read More >>
Royal Robbins Venture Crew Sock

Royal Robbins Venture Crew Socks are in Step with Your Adventure

By Jill | March 26, 2021

As we emerge from a pandemic year of self-isolation and dreaming of future adventures, you may be planning your first post-vaccine trip, or just thinking about expanding your horizons beyond your existing bubble. When you do venture out, whether by foot or on a plane, your journeys may require you to be on your feet…

Read More >>
Cotopaxi Liso Baselayers

Spring Forward into Cotopaxi Liso Base Layers

By Jill | March 19, 2021

The need for cozy baselayers doesn’t go away once we change our clocks and make the jump to springtime. Cool temperatures continue, whether you’re at home or out in the world, so why not be prepared for them?   My recent additions to my baselayer collection (and let’s be honest, sometimes I just wear them…

Read More >>