Awhile back I wrote an article on Winter Clothing Gear. Some of the same thinking applies, like layering, but the fabric and thickness has change to the elements of the warmer months.
Now it is time to switch over to warm weather clothing gear and accessories. We all have outdoor adventurers, whatever they may be, the basics of clothing appearel is important that matches your adventure. You want to be as comfortable as possible, cool and have elbow space in your clothing. I certainly do. My suggestions will keep you dry and comfortable but at a price when all is said and done. You won’t have to buy again unless your still young and growing. That is worth it to me for all the times I spent money on gear that just didn’t work at all.
Solano lightweight Wind Stopper Jacket: http://www.arcteryx.com/Product.aspx?EN/Womens/Jackets/Solano-Jacket-W#
Covert Cardigan: http://www.arcteryx.com/
Covert Vest: http://www.arcteryx.com
Windpants ~ Marmot Precip Pants: http://www.backcountrygear.com
Shirts ~ ExOfficio: Air Strip™ Lite Long-Sleeve Shirt: http://www.exofficio.com/products/details/mens-air-strip-tall-long-sleeve-shirt
Bills Khakis: Long- Sleeve Cotton Shirts: http://billskhakis.com/
Hanes Beefy-T t-shirts: Short or Long Sleeve 100% cotton. http://www.hanes.com/
Pants ~ Bill’s Khakis: Poplin Pants, Original Twill Pants, M2P Standard Fit Reverse Pleat: http://billskhakis.com
LOWA Boots USA / Renegade II GTX® Low Boots: These are great boots. lower than the Mids (winter gear) for spring through fall use. I have both. Light, Gore-Tex. Again a favorite to buy and no break in time required at least for me. Put on and go! http://www.lowaboots.com
Muck Boots ~ Hoser Hi: The very best boot manufacture I have found for mucky situations. http://www.muckboots.com/equineandpet/MB-HSH-000A.htm
All-Conditions Riding Boot: Mucking out stalls, riding in the rain.
Keen Sandels: http://www.keenfootwear.com
Tilley Hats: http://www.tilley.com