Hiking. Friday , April 27th , 2018 - 22:22:52 PM
Clothing and waterproof gear. Take at least one pair of complete clothing depending on the number of days you are hiking for. Your clothes should be resistant to absorbing water (i.e not jeans) and it is better to take a number of thin jumpers than a thick jumper. Also please remember 80% of heat is lost through your head - so a hat is a must. In addition most importantly buy some good quality waterproof gear. A good raincoat (not thin) and waterproof leggings is essential to keeping dry and safe on a hike. This hiking gear is very important for a hike.
Shirts And Base Layers. When it comes to hiking the base layer is probably the most important garment that you will wear second to your boots. A good base layer will be wicking away the sweat from your skin while making sure that you stay at the right temperature. Most important of all you need to make sure that you‘re comfortable so try a few different materials and make sure you‘re happy with the one you choose and it‘ll look after you while you‘re hiking.
Personally I prefer a good solid boot without anything too fancy. But really it is a case of experimenting with your preferences and trying on a few different styles and brands until you‘re happy with your choice. Once you‘ve got them spend a bit of time hiking regularly while breaking them in and soon enough you‘ll have a pair of hiking boots that will almost feel as though they‘re a part of your feet.
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