Though there’s not a very wide variety of outdoor gear available in plus sizes, it’s nice to find that most of the necessities are available from some of the top brands and outlets.
Packing a wide-brimmed hat isn’t very easy, so here are some of our favorite wide-brimmed hats that were designed for travel and won’t get crushed in the packing process!
When I was looking for good travel underwear, I had some difficulty finding good quick-dry travel underwear in plus sizes. You don’t have to struggle like I did.
Lolë’s Refresh pants are marketed for running and urban fitness, but I highly recommend them for travel. You’ll love these pants for volunteer travel, jungle trekking, overland trips and any sort of trip where you wash your clothes and need them to dry quickly.
Mox flats can easily take the place of your travel flip-flops, while also providing an additional cute and casual shoe for dinners and other non-active events.
I am glad I discovered the Native shoe. I love the fact I can wear them every day with most outfits and still feel stylish. Sorry, Toms.
Speakeasy travel scarves are infinity scarves with a secret hidden pocket for stashing valuables on the go. Look good while keeping your belongings safe!
Both the Keens and the Ahnus provide great support for long days of walking. Both are also well-ventilated. But which ones won the travel sandal comparison?
I’ve found that skorts are making a comeback, and there are plenty of options available for plus-size travelers.
I love leggings. They are a female traveler necessity, as they’re light, compact, and dry pretty quickly. Here are my plus size travel leggings resources.