Tag Archives: winter hiking clothes

The Warmest Winter Hats We Could Find

warmest winter hats

Perhaps the hardest task when dressing well for cold weather is finding a hat that’s as warm and comfortable as possible. Cold ears and cheeks can turn the winter into a miserable experience, and can make a trip into the ...

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5 Best Winter Boots For Women

best winter boots for women

5 Best Winter Boots For Women The winter is upon us, and you’re probably starting to feel some urgency about getting your winter gear sorted out. So, being the helpful folks that we are, we decided to come up with ...

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5 Insanely Warm Winter Socks

warm winter socks

Warm winter socks are a must-have! With heavy snow striking some parts of the country this week, it’s time to get your winter gear in order. And while everyone loves a good quality pair of boots, they’re only half of ...

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10 Merino Wool Garments You Can’t Camp Without

Airblaster Merino Ninja Suit

Just last winter, we headed out on what would be an all day snowshoeing excursion. We were under-dressed, froze our butts off, and spent hours trying to regain feeling in parts that should never lose feeling. Moral of the story, ...

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White Sierra Three Creeks Jacket

Three Creeks Jacket

You can’t go wrong with a classic, lightweight jacket. Perfect for outdoor adventures in brisk fall weather, White Sierra’s Three Creeks Jacket is lightweight enough to wear for everyday use but will also provide the warmth you need when the weather ...

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Minus33 Midweight Isolation Quarter Zip

This is the Minus33 Midweight Isolation Quarter Zip for men. This is my go-to piece for most of the year. It is a 230-gram Midway fabric, complete with zipper garage, full-zip. I personally like to use this for snowshoeing and mountain ...

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7 Winter Hiking Tips To Stay Out Longer And Hike Further

winter hiking tips

Check out these 7 winter hiking tips! One of my favorite things about hiking in winter is that there are far less people out on the trail. As the temperature drops, people tend to stay inside. Sometimes its because they ...

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