Tweet We have a new eBook planned. Just for a bit of fun. It will be a giveaway on Our Hiking Blog. It is designed to help people starting out. We want to help them get setup with the best hiking clothing for a multi-day trip. The mini guide will be a slightly expanded version […]
Tweet Gaiters are like boots, with different ones designed for different jobs. But are they just handy little accessories or wouldn’t-go-withouts? With a good range to choose from according to durability, weight, length, latest technology and price, have a look at the gaiters available in your local outdoor shop and online. My gear criteria are fairly […]
Choosing the right boots for hiking is a challenge faced by most outdoor people.In this article, Georgie highlights some hard earned lessons on her quest to find the best hiking boot. Buy boots for ALL the things I want them to do, not just because of any one feature, such as colour. Pay full price, so I have control over what happens next if the boots need to be returned.
Not sure if you have ever had a good look around Flickr. It is a huge community of people who love to share their photographs and enjoy the work of others.
Flickr also has a lot of “groups” where you can join like minded people and “pool” photographs on different subjects or topics. There are groups for Tasmania with 5000 plus photos, a group for Trangia’s (600 + images), Love of the Outdoors (30,000 + images) and Backpacking (9000+ images). There is even a group for Travelling Toys (21,000 + images)
So we shouldn’t be surprised there is a group that celebrates people who wear Shorts and Gaiters and/or Shorts and Long Johns, after all, it is our standard fashion wear when hitting the bush!
This combination is the perfect bushwalking outfit for your legs!
Practical, quick dry, protect your lower legs from scratches, keeps the mud out of your boots and means you don’t have to hike with wet pants clinging to your legs.
Ok, it’s Frank here. I don’t usually hike in anything but shorts, no matter what the season.
I don’t walk in a skirt and neither does Sue. We’ve never found a good reason until a few days ago.
We came across an article at Dressed in Dirt. This excellent site, subtitled the tips and tales of a female backpacker is run by Adelaide Brown. Adelaide is a writer currently living in Portland, OR, she runs the Portland Women’s Outdoor Club and has done “a good bit of travel” including a few months on the Appalachian Trail.
Anyway, back to the story, what is the big advantage of wearing a shirt hiking? Drumroll……
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