Title Nine travel-ready pieces for fall

When I travel, I’m always on the move. Sometimes that means I’m hiking or biking, other times it just means I’m running to catch the next train. But my travel-ready clothes have to be flexible, breathable, wick away unwanted moisture, and go with just about everything. I’m excited to showcase three Title Nine options this fall that will go the distance with you!

Ascent pant:

This pant comes in black or dark gray/black so right off the bat, you know it will be versatile with various tops. The breathable knit fabric is paired with sturdy, abrasion-resistant stretch fabric, but these pants don’t look too outdoorsy. They’re equally at home on a travel day or in a cafe. If you think you’ll be out after dark, however, they do have helpful (and hidden) 360 degree reflective strips in the cuffs and a locking hem cinch…perfect for a bicycle ride back to the AirBnB. They come in XS-XL, and have no fewer than six pockets. Best of all, the waist is elastic, so go ahead and have dessert. Pick up a pair for $99 (also come in short or long).

Guthrie dress

Adept sweater:


My new favorite sweater fits snugly without feeling tight, is oh, so soft, and wears well multiple times before washing. Win, win, win! The performance blend of poly/nylon/spandex is pretty substantial, but you don’t feel weighed down in this sweater, I promise. You’ll stay warm–go ahead and consider this a solid mid-layer–but you don’t have to strip this sweater off indoors. It’s perfect for any refined or rustic environment: think dinner at a ski chalet or touring Europe in winter. It comes in three colors: coral, midnight blue and cloud dancer, which is a subtle off-white, for $89.

Guthrie dress:

I love pairing long-sleeved winter dresses with tights and boots for winter travel, and the Guthrie is perfect. Made of soft French terry, this streamlined yet simple dress is ready for anything. I love the kangaroo pocket because it houses a second hidden pocket inside it. It’s 35″ in length, which means it comes to my knees as a 5’4″ woman. The mock neck with side zip gives the dress an elegant look, but don’t be fooled: the Guthrie can take a beating. I’ve worn it on a bike, on a hike, and to the movies. It comes in denim blue, and I’m going to need Title Nine to start making it in more colors so I can get another one! Pick it up for $89.


Amy Whitley is a freelance creative and travel writer and founding editor of the family travel website Pit Stops for Kids. An avid lover of the outdoors, Amy makes her home in Southern Oregon, where she, her husband, and three school-aged children spend much of their time backpacking, camping, skiing, and hiking. When not exploring her own backyard, Amy and her family hit the road for travel reviews of resorts, tour operations, and hotels across the country and abroad. Follow Amy Whitley on Twitter and Facebook.

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