Warm Weather Hiking Apparel On Sale Now At Outdoor Voices
We all know the importance of wearing base layers during the winter to keep yourself warm. But what should you wear for the warmer months? Here are some excellent pieces from Outdoor Voices to add to your spring and summer outdoor wardrobe.
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There are some general guidelines to consider when putting together your hiking outfits for the warmer seasons. Unlike in the winter, avoiding cotton is not as important, but make sure it doesn’t cause you personal discomfort. Having the extra moisture can help you feel cool during your treks.
You’ll also want to stick to light colors, breathable fabrics, and something with extra UPF sun protection.
You might be wondering why we would suggest a long sleeve shirt during the spring and summer. But if you have sensitive skin or are prone to sunburn, covering up is a necessity to ensure pleasant outdoor experiences. Made with lightweight, moisture-wicking fabric, this long sleeve shirt will keep you protected from the sun during your outdoor activities.
FastTrack Mesh Long Sleeves, $40
If you’re going to be in a warmer climate but in the shade, you may opt for less coverage, or you may choose to layer and take things off throughout the day. The TechSweat tank top is made to be cool to the touch and keep you feeling refreshed during your time outdoors. With a built-in shelf-bra, you’ll have one less item of clothing you have to wear and the adjustable straps make it easy to fit your body just how you want it to.
TechSweat Criss Cross Tank, $40
Lightweight, loose-fitting shorts are a great choice for the summer. Made from a quick-drying recycled polyester this pair of shorts are designed to move with you during the activity of your choosing. Feel secure as these shorts are made for high-intensity exercise.
If you prefer a full coverage option during your time outdoors, these are a great option. Made with the TechSweat, cool-to-the-touch material, you’ll stay comfortable during your longest treks outdoors. Even better, these leggings have the elastic waistband has been designed so it won’t sag during the day and there are identical pockets on each pant leg.
TechSweat Thrive ⅞ Legging, $60
What’s better than having a good pair of pants to protect yourself from the sun during your hikes? A pair of pants that turn into shorts with the help of zippers. That’s right, as soon as you begin to feel hot in these pants, feel free to take off the bottoms to turn them into shorts. Made to protect you from the sun and wind, these are an excellent and versatile option for your hiking wardrobe.
RecTrek Zip-Off Pant, $60
If you’re in need of a pair of shorts made for a high-intensity level activity, look no further than the High Stride 5 Inch Shorts. Made for your sweatiest activities, these shorts have a built-in liner and a hidden phone pocket for secure stowing during your most strenuous treks.
High Stride 5 Inch Short with Pockets, $34
This tank top is great for everyday wear as well as your warm-weather hikes. With an added bit of stretch for your comfort, you’ll be ready to take on anything in this top. They are made out of a lightweight and breathable fabric.
CloudKnit Tank, $24
Made with the same CloudKnit material as the tank top, this long sleeve shirt will keep you protected from the sun during those long, shadeless hikes. With a classic long-sleeve fit, this top will keep you protected and cool in the hot sun.