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Essential Gear For Summer Hiking

All the Right Gear For Summer Hikes

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Clockwise from top left: Black Diamond Spot Headlamp ($40), Columbia Omni Shade Sun Goddess Booney ($20), Patagonia Borderless Short ($48), Klean Kanteen Stainless Steel Water Bottle ($18), Guyot Squishy Bowl and Cup Set ($15), Brooks Cascadia 6 ($110), Feel Goodz Flip-Flops ($25), Thorlo CoolMax Light Hiker Socks ($16), ASICS Abby Shimmel Tank Top ($35), CamelBak Vantage 35 Hydration Pack ($149).

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kclulu kclulu 6 years
I would highly reccomend getting a backpack you can put a water bladder in like the camelback suggested. I have an Osprey version that was a bit cheaper that carries a 3 liter bladder. Before I used one I would carry a water bottle in my pack but found I would drink less frequently than I should because I didn't want to stop and haul it out. Having the mouthpiece right next to your face that you can sip on ensured I was staying hydrated. It also has the perfect amount of room for food and extra layers. Wouldn't hike without it.
katie225 katie225 6 years
as a hiker, i'd like to recommend cycle capri pants or running pants for longer hikes (4+ miles out and back). you want pants that are very tight with no loose fabric to rub you raw. when i hiked half dome for the first time, i wore regular workout capris and i got chafed like crazy between my legs and on my lower back where my day pack rubbed. the second time i hiked half dome, i wore very tight capris from REI that definitely kept the chafing away! and for just-in-case i brought bodyglide which can be applied anywhere to keep chafing away.
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