Womens Travel Clothes

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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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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