Buff. You’ve probably seen this headband on Survivor. While it’s usually used in more extreme adventure scenarios, it’s benefited me most as a headband.
Caroline gives us a good intro to barefoot running shoes, and barefoot shoes that might be great for travelings with a need for hiking, running and climbing!
I owned several heavy winter coats but no lightweight jackets for cool mornings, windy days, and the rain. The North Face Triclimate jacket caught my eye, and the moment I tried it on, I knew it would be a great permanent addition to my packing list.
I recently received a pair of ExOfficio’s Nio Amphi pants and was looking forward to wearing them for my trip from Washington Dulles to London Heathrow. I’ve worn them for several days since the flight and with the exception of a few minor details, I am extremely pleased with my new pair of pants!
Finding the right pair of yoga pants for you is like finding the perfect little black dress: it takes time and lots of looking! Perhaps the Margarita brand by Activewear USA is an option for you.
Athletic shoes are an important item on the packing list since you’ll be out walking quite a bit. Heather gives us the run-down on what to pick: walking, running, or cross-training.
We all loved Caroline’s 8 reasons she loves Toms as a travel shoe, but Melissa takes a different stand in this post telling us why they don’t! What do you think?
Shoes for me is often the hardest thing to pack because I want shoes for every occasion, but don’t have the space. Caroline shares why she loves TOMS shoes for travel in this post.
When looking for a high quality sports bra to pack on your travels, Heather recommends the Lululemon Ta Ta Tamer. Read on to find out how the Ta Ta Tamer panned out in real-life testing on the road.
Few items are as versatile and functional for the female traveler as the sarong. Heather shares some of the fun and stylish uses a sarong offers the female on the road.
Some travels call for technical travel gear; others can simply benefit by putting these clothing items on their packing lists. Read about my personal technical travel gear recommendations.
Wicking clothing “wicks” the moisture (aka sweat) away from your skin, which makes you feel more comfortable when you’re active.