Your Guide to the Best Women's Hiking Clothes
Your Guide to the Best Hiking Clothes

Gearing up for a hike? Whether it's a multi-day backpacking trip, or a casual day hike at your favorite trail, Title Nine has all the hiking clothes and gear you need to tackle your next trek. From building the ultimate hiking outfit with abrasion-resistant bottoms and breathable tops, to sun protecting accessories and essential gear, we've made the planning easy. Read on for some of our top tips to find the best hiking gear and clothing from Title Nine.


What are the essential features for women's hiking clothes?

Outdoor women deserve outdoor clothing that keeps up and powers our pace on any type of trail. That said, men's hiking clothing and gear isn't gonna cut it for us. We need breathable, not baggy, and we need pants, leggings, bras, and tops made for women's bodies.

Drawstring
Key Loop

When shopping for hiking gear, look for shorts, pants, skorts and shirts that:

Move with you: combat hiking hazards like chafing and rubbing by choosing hiking clothing with spandex and elastane fabrics that stretch to shadow our moves without losing shape. Waists constructed with internal drawstrings or an elastic waistband ensure there's no gaping and a close-to-custom fit.

Dry in a snap: look for quick-dry, moisture-wicking fabrics that keep us cool as the heat rises, and dry fast come impromptu dips in the river.

Carry our stuff: shorts, pants, skorts and jackets with functional pockets give us easy access and freedom from sweaty backpacks and waist packs.

Deliver UPF protection: no need to reapply messy sunscreen when you've got sun protection built into your hiking outfit.

Go from trek to town: our versatile hiking clothing for women leave old school, "outdorky" styles behind. Show 'em how hiker chic style is done, with pants and shirts that fit right in on the trail, at the farmer's market, or at brunch.

Protect your body: durable water resistant (DWR), wind-resistant and water-repellant fabrics keep us covered from cuts, scrapes, or exposure to the elements.

Tough it out: scooting down rocks and scrambling on dirt calls for abrasion-resistant fabrics and durable seam construction.

Adjust to the changing temps: temperature regulating and breathable layers are a must year-round, so consider hiking clothing that's made to keep you warm at the summit or help cool you down in the valley.

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What are the best hiking clothes and gear for women?

The best hiking clothing has all the performance features we listed above, with added comfort and durability to keep your feet (and your mind) on the trail. Here's a breakdown of some of the best-performing and best-selling hiking clothing you'll only find at Title Nine:

Pants: Rough out any type of trail in our Big B Hiking Pants; made with a durable, stretchy ripstop fabric that doesn't mind a bit of dirt. Plus, they've got a total of 6 pockets for all your favorite trail snacks. Roll-up the cuffs for a casual look from the trailhead to town.

Shorts: For car camping or day hikes in the summer, our Scout Pull-On Shorts are our go-to pair. Featuring a durable ripstop fabric and an always-trusty elastic waistband that stays put no matter how full your pockets get.

Skorts: Skorts? On the trail? It's the best outfit idea. We love the worry-free movement and extra breeze skorts provide. And our top pick has got to be the Recycled Clamber Skort, with 7 (!) pockets and a scratch-and-scuff-resistant ClambR fabric.

Shirts and Tops: Every hiker knows there's nothing more annoying than hiking in a sticky, sweaty shirt. So whether it's a short sleeve or long sleeve top, we pack a sweat-wicking, quick-drying top, like our Grace Top, available in both short and long sleeve options. It's super soft, but acts tough on sweat and stink while we just keep on trekking. And if we want to go sleeveless, our Ravine Muscle Tank Top packs all the right performance features, too.

Jackets: Planning to take it up to the summit? Make sure you've got the right outerwear to go with. For alpine starts and day-long-hauling, the Aurora Fleece Jacket packs all the warmth you need. And if there's a chance of rain in the forecast, our Squall Rain Jacket keeps us dry and protected from unwanted gusts. Hiking through the snow? Stay warm and dry in the Kestrel Insulated Jacket — the perfect puffy jacket that's light on the body but tough on low temps.

Base Layers: We're not one to let the winter stop us from getting outdoors. So if a snow-filled adventure calls, make sure you've got warm, breathable, and lightweight base layers under your fleece-lined snow pants, long sleeve top, and jacket.

Hiking Shoes: Sure, the right hiking outfits keep us comfy on the trail, but what really keeps us moving out there is the right pair of hiking shoes. Your best bet on the trail? A solid pair of hiking boots. Good thing there's plenty of pairs to choose from at Title Nine. Whether you're taking the long way or slowly trekking through fields of alpine flowers, check out our range of outdoor boots and find the best pair built for your kind of adventure.

Accessories: Hats, sunglasses, backpacks, socks, walking sticks, water bladders—you name it, we've got it. For accessories that stay next to skin, like scarves and socks, make sure they're made with breathable fabrics. (No one likes sweaty, stinky feet.) Whether you're backpacking or enjoying a day hike, make sure your pack has room for all the essentials: plenty of water, bear spray (just in case!), trail snacks, and an extra jacket. Even better: check that your backpack is made with water-resistant, durable materials, so it's always hike-ready.

BACK TO TOP


How do I choose the best hiking gear for me?

Feeling comfortable in your hiking gear is obviously priority number one, but the best way to choose the right gear for you and your body type is to give every piece of your hiking outfit a test run first.

For shirts, pants, leggings, bras, sports bras, and shorts, stick to your typical clothing size to get the best and most comfortable fit. If any piece of clothing feels too big or not right on your body while you're moving around, it's probably not the right fit for you. Whether you're out on the trail for a couple hours or are planning a long day outdoors, you want your gear to be the last thing on your mind when you're out there.

Based on the weather conditions and terrain you plan to venture out to, make sure your hiking gear is built to handle it all. Think fleece jackets and fleece lined pants for snow hikes, lightweight, UPF 50+ tops for summer hikes, and temperature regulating base layers for spring. Having the right clothing and equipment can make all the difference on your outdoor adventure. And to get the best quality gear, you may need to invest in some "lifetime" gear that'll stay in good shape for tons of hikes to come.

When women have the right outdoor gear and clothing on hand, better hikes are basically guaranteed. Choosing hiking outfits made with durable, weather-resistant, quick-drying and lightweight fabrics keep us covered from whatever Mother Nature has in store, while still delivering the comfort we want. From hats to shirts, pants, shorts, and skorts, to hiking shoes and socks, Title Nine has outdoor women covered from head to toe with all the high-quality hiking gear we need to make the most of the trails.

BACK TO TOP


What are the most essential hiking clothes for women to wear by activity?

Not all hiking outfits and gear are made for every type of activity. Whether you're planning an outdoor hike that ranges from easy, moderate, hard, to challenging, your first layer is crucial to staying comfortable during your hike. If you plan on summiting a 14,000 mountain, make sure you've got a down jacket in your pack to keep you warm at the peak, or a rain jacket in case of a mountaintop shower. But if you're just taking it easy, everyday hiking gear, like shorts, a tank top, and a pair of lightweight pants are really all you need.

BACK TO TOP


How important is breathability in hiking clothes for women?

In short, very important. Whether we're hiking in the desert or snow-shoeing through the forest, wearing breathable clothing is a must to prevent overheating. Hiking (especially at elevation) is a pretty strenuous workout, so you're bound to heat up and build up a sweat no matter what the temperature's like.

BACK TO TOP


What are the most durable materials for hiking clothes for women?

fabrics best for hiking clothing

Durable performance fabrics are key for enjoying the trail all year long in a range of conditions and levels of intensity. Look for these performance fabrics in our shorts, pants, and tops to stay comfortable and protected from the elements:

  • ClambR™  Our abrasion-resistant, water-repellent, stretch nylon/spandex fabric. Soft, but rugged enough for every adventure, urban to outback.
  • WickID™  A great wicking fabric that dries 4x faster than cotton. A zap-drying fabric that sits softly on our skin made from ultra-breathable poly, odor-shirking Tencel™, infused with drirelease® fibers that dramatically improve how wetness is pulled from the skin and released into the air.
  • Matahari™  The double agent performance fabric that plays both sides and wins. Working and playing in overtime, Matahari™ goes from sweaty to ready in a snap. Our UPF 35 poly/spandex with StinkStopper™ odor blocking fabric for more adventures with less laundry.
  • Nimblene™  Amphibious in nature, allowing us to move quickly from river to trail, from wet to dry. This heavy hitting, surprisingly sturdy lightweight fabric is fast-drying, stretchy woven poly/spandex that’s certified UPF 50 to boot.
  • Synergy™  Our performance blend of fast-drying poly and sturdy nylon for just the right amount of stretch. All that makes for a lightweight layer that packs a surprise punch of wicking and warmth.

BACK TO TOP


What types of hiking clothes are best suited for different weather conditions?

Let's break down the best hiking clothing, season by season:

Winter Hikes: Beat the cold weather with warm, temperature-regulating base layers, like merino wool leggings, tops, and socks to keep you warm without overheating as you inch your way to the summit. Depending on how cold it is, you might need a mid-layer to prevent getting too cold. Keep the snow off your bod with the right outer layers, like fleece lined snow pants and an insulated, water-repellent jacket. And of course, make sure your hiking boots are ready for some snow with a weather-resistant finish and waterproof materials.

Spring Hikes: It's not hot, but it's also not that cold, so what the heck do you wear? Build the ultimate spring hiking outfit with light, breathable base layers and leggings, a fleece jacket, and sweat-wicking socks to stay cool and comfortable as the temperature fluctuates throughout the day.

Summer Hikes: When the summer sun is shining, the only place we want to be is outdoors. So dress accordingly, with t-shirts and tank tops made with built-in sun protection, lightweight shorts, sweat-managing leggings, and a wide-brim baseball cap to keep the sun off your face.

Fall Hikes: Similar to spring, it's not too chilly out, but it's not exactly warm, either. Merino wool leggings, t-shirts, and socks are probably going to be your best bet in the fall to keep you cool and dry as you start to build up a sweat. And if there's a chill in the air, bring a light down jacket or puffy jacket to block the wind from cramping your style.

BACK TO TOP


What are the most important features to consider when buying hiking clothes for women?

The three most important features your hiking outfit should have are comfort, fit, and performance. Every hiker knows nothing kills our mountainside vibe like sweaty, sticky clothing, too-tight waistbands, and cheap, thin jackets. So when you're buying outdoor gear for your next trek, if these three boxes are all checked, you've got exactly what you need.

BACK TO TOP


How can women layer their hiking clothes for maximum comfort and protection?

We're all about layering smarter, not harder. In the colder months, your first layer (the one closest to skin) should be made of lightweight and moisture-wicking fabrics (think merino wool) that help you regulate your body temperature and keep you comfy while you work up a sweat. In the heat of the summer, choosing layers with built-in sun protection are key to prevent your skin from burning.

BACK TO TOP


What are the best options for hiking footwear for women?

No hiking outfit is complete without the right footwear. And the best hiking shoes for women are all built with long-distance treks in mind. That said, you don't have to limit yourself to hiking boots and sneakers. You can totally wear hiking sandals in the summer if that's more comfortable for you. To find your perfect pair, check out the range of hiking shoes offered at Title Nine.

BACK TO TOP


What are the most important accessories for women's hiking clothes?

The must-have outdoor accessories to include in your hiking outfit are hats, sunglasses, face coverings like gaiters and scarves, and moisture-wicking socks. If staying cool, comfortable, and safe from sunburn is your jam, these are the accessories you won't want to hike without. Other gear, like backpacks and water bottles or bladders, are essential for both backpacking or casual day hikes.

BACK TO TOP


What are some tips for caring for and maintaining women's hiking clothes?

Always follow the care instructions inside the labels of your clothing and gear. Performance fabrics hold up best when they're washed with similar materials and left out to air dry. So as a rule of thumb, wash your hiking outfits all together with gentle detergent (ideally on a delicate or activewear setting), and whatever you do, never throw them in the dryer.

BACK TO TOP

CONTRIBUTING T9 Hiking GEAR EXPERT

Molly Hanks, Merchant

Mom, competitor, triathlete and adventure trail runner, Molly has been the resident Women’s Travel Gear Expert at Title Nine. She not only leads and manages wear testing across the entire line, but also works with our in-house product development team and women across the industry to uncover and adopt the features most important to us when traveling wherever in the world it may be regardless of activity or sport.


TOP PICKS: BEST HIKING CLOTHES FOR WOMEN

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Your Guide to the Best Women's Hiking Clothes

Your Guide to the Best Hiking Clothes

Gearing up for a hike? Whether it's a multi-day backpacking trip, or a casual day hike at your favorite trail, Title Nine has all the hiking clothes and gear you need to tackle your next trek. From building the ultimate hiking outfit with abrasion-resistant bottoms and breathable tops, to sun protecting accessories and essential gear, we've made the planning easy. Read on for some of our top tips to find the best hiking gear and clothing from Title Nine.


What are the essential features for women's hiking clothes?

Outdoor women deserve outdoor clothing that keeps up and powers our pace on any type of trail. That said, men's hiking clothing and gear isn't gonna cut it for us. We need breathable, not baggy, and we need pants, leggings, bras, and tops made for women's bodies.

Drawstring
Key Loop

When shopping for hiking gear, look for shorts, pants, skorts and shirts that:

Move with you: combat hiking hazards like chafing and rubbing by choosing hiking clothing with spandex and elastane fabrics that stretch to shadow our moves without losing shape. Waists constructed with internal drawstrings or an elastic waistband ensure there's no gaping and a close-to-custom fit.

Dry in a snap: look for quick-dry, moisture-wicking fabrics that keep us cool as the heat rises, and dry fast come impromptu dips in the river.

Carry our stuff: shorts, pants, skorts and jackets with functional pockets give us easy access and freedom from sweaty backpacks and waist packs.

Deliver UPF protection: no need to reapply messy sunscreen when you've got sun protection built into your hiking outfit.

Go from trek to town: our versatile hiking clothing for women leave old school, "outdorky" styles behind. Show 'em how hiker chic style is done, with pants and shirts that fit right in on the trail, at the farmer's market, or at brunch.

Protect your body: durable water resistant (DWR), wind-resistant and water-repellant fabrics keep us covered from cuts, scrapes, or exposure to the elements.

Tough it out: scooting down rocks and scrambling on dirt calls for abrasion-resistant fabrics and durable seam construction.

Adjust to the changing temps: temperature regulating and breathable layers are a must year-round, so consider hiking clothing that's made to keep you warm at the summit or help cool you down in the valley.

BACK TO TOP


What are the best hiking clothes and gear for women?

The best hiking clothing has all the performance features we listed above, with added comfort and durability to keep your feet (and your mind) on the trail. Here's a breakdown of some of the best-performing and best-selling hiking clothing you'll only find at Title Nine:

Pants: Rough out any type of trail in our Big B Hiking Pants; made with a durable, stretchy ripstop fabric that doesn't mind a bit of dirt. Plus, they've got a total of 6 pockets for all your favorite trail snacks. Roll-up the cuffs for a casual look from the trailhead to town.

Shorts: For car camping or day hikes in the summer, our Scout Pull-On Shorts are our go-to pair. Featuring a durable ripstop fabric and an always-trusty elastic waistband that stays put no matter how full your pockets get.

Skorts: Skorts? On the trail? It's the best outfit idea. We love the worry-free movement and extra breeze skorts provide. And our top pick has got to be the Recycled Clamber Skort, with 7 (!) pockets and a scratch-and-scuff-resistant ClambR fabric.

Shirts and Tops: Every hiker knows there's nothing more annoying than hiking in a sticky, sweaty shirt. So whether it's a short sleeve or long sleeve top, we pack a sweat-wicking, quick-drying top, like our Grace Top, available in both short and long sleeve options. It's super soft, but acts tough on sweat and stink while we just keep on trekking. And if we want to go sleeveless, our Ravine Muscle Tank Top packs all the right performance features, too.

Jackets: Planning to take it up to the summit? Make sure you've got the right outerwear to go with. For alpine starts and day-long-hauling, the Aurora Fleece Jacket packs all the warmth you need. And if there's a chance of rain in the forecast, our Squall Rain Jacket keeps us dry and protected from unwanted gusts. Hiking through the snow? Stay warm and dry in the Kestrel Insulated Jacket — the perfect puffy jacket that's light on the body but tough on low temps.

Base Layers: We're not one to let the winter stop us from getting outdoors. So if a snow-filled adventure calls, make sure you've got warm, breathable, and lightweight base layers under your fleece-lined snow pants, long sleeve top, and jacket.

Hiking Shoes: Sure, the right hiking outfits keep us comfy on the trail, but what really keeps us moving out there is the right pair of hiking shoes. Your best bet on the trail? A solid pair of hiking boots. Good thing there's plenty of pairs to choose from at Title Nine. Whether you're taking the long way or slowly trekking through fields of alpine flowers, check out our range of outdoor boots and find the best pair built for your kind of adventure.

Accessories: Hats, sunglasses, backpacks, socks, walking sticks, water bladders—you name it, we've got it. For accessories that stay next to skin, like scarves and socks, make sure they're made with breathable fabrics. (No one likes sweaty, stinky feet.) Whether you're backpacking or enjoying a day hike, make sure your pack has room for all the essentials: plenty of water, bear spray (just in case!), trail snacks, and an extra jacket. Even better: check that your backpack is made with water-resistant, durable materials, so it's always hike-ready.

BACK TO TOP


How do I choose the best hiking gear for me?

Feeling comfortable in your hiking gear is obviously priority number one, but the best way to choose the right gear for you and your body type is to give every piece of your hiking outfit a test run first.

For shirts, pants, leggings, bras, sports bras, and shorts, stick to your typical clothing size to get the best and most comfortable fit. If any piece of clothing feels too big or not right on your body while you're moving around, it's probably not the right fit for you. Whether you're out on the trail for a couple hours or are planning a long day outdoors, you want your gear to be the last thing on your mind when you're out there.

Based on the weather conditions and terrain you plan to venture out to, make sure your hiking gear is built to handle it all. Think fleece jackets and fleece lined pants for snow hikes, lightweight, UPF 50+ tops for summer hikes, and temperature regulating base layers for spring. Having the right clothing and equipment can make all the difference on your outdoor adventure. And to get the best quality gear, you may need to invest in some "lifetime" gear that'll stay in good shape for tons of hikes to come.

When women have the right outdoor gear and clothing on hand, better hikes are basically guaranteed. Choosing hiking outfits made with durable, weather-resistant, quick-drying and lightweight fabrics keep us covered from whatever Mother Nature has in store, while still delivering the comfort we want. From hats to shirts, pants, shorts, and skorts, to hiking shoes and socks, Title Nine has outdoor women covered from head to toe with all the high-quality hiking gear we need to make the most of the trails.

BACK TO TOP


What are the most essential hiking clothes for women to wear by activity?

Not all hiking outfits and gear are made for every type of activity. Whether you're planning an outdoor hike that ranges from easy, moderate, hard, to challenging, your first layer is crucial to staying comfortable during your hike. If you plan on summiting a 14,000 mountain, make sure you've got a down jacket in your pack to keep you warm at the peak, or a rain jacket in case of a mountaintop shower. But if you're just taking it easy, everyday hiking gear, like shorts, a tank top, and a pair of lightweight pants are really all you need.

BACK TO TOP


How important is breathability in hiking clothes for women?

In short, very important. Whether we're hiking in the desert or snow-shoeing through the forest, wearing breathable clothing is a must to prevent overheating. Hiking (especially at elevation) is a pretty strenuous workout, so you're bound to heat up and build up a sweat no matter what the temperature's like.

BACK TO TOP


What are the most durable materials for hiking clothes for women?

fabrics best for hiking clothing

Durable performance fabrics are key for enjoying the trail all year long in a range of conditions and levels of intensity. Look for these performance fabrics in our shorts, pants, and tops to stay comfortable and protected from the elements:

  • ClambR™  Our abrasion-resistant, water-repellent, stretch nylon/spandex fabric. Soft, but rugged enough for every adventure, urban to outback.
  • WickID™  A great wicking fabric that dries 4x faster than cotton. A zap-drying fabric that sits softly on our skin made from ultra-breathable poly, odor-shirking Tencel™, infused with drirelease® fibers that dramatically improve how wetness is pulled from the skin and released into the air.
  • Matahari™  The double agent performance fabric that plays both sides and wins. Working and playing in overtime, Matahari™ goes from sweaty to ready in a snap. Our UPF 35 poly/spandex with StinkStopper™ odor blocking fabric for more adventures with less laundry.
  • Nimblene™  Amphibious in nature, allowing us to move quickly from river to trail, from wet to dry. This heavy hitting, surprisingly sturdy lightweight fabric is fast-drying, stretchy woven poly/spandex that’s certified UPF 50 to boot.
  • Synergy™  Our performance blend of fast-drying poly and sturdy nylon for just the right amount of stretch. All that makes for a lightweight layer that packs a surprise punch of wicking and warmth.

BACK TO TOP


What types of hiking clothes are best suited for different weather conditions?

Let's break down the best hiking clothing, season by season:

Winter Hikes: Beat the cold weather with warm, temperature-regulating base layers, like merino wool leggings, tops, and socks to keep you warm without overheating as you inch your way to the summit. Depending on how cold it is, you might need a mid-layer to prevent getting too cold. Keep the snow off your bod with the right outer layers, like fleece lined snow pants and an insulated, water-repellent jacket. And of course, make sure your hiking boots are ready for some snow with a weather-resistant finish and waterproof materials.

Spring Hikes: It's not hot, but it's also not that cold, so what the heck do you wear? Build the ultimate spring hiking outfit with light, breathable base layers and leggings, a fleece jacket, and sweat-wicking socks to stay cool and comfortable as the temperature fluctuates throughout the day.

Summer Hikes: When the summer sun is shining, the only place we want to be is outdoors. So dress accordingly, with t-shirts and tank tops made with built-in sun protection, lightweight shorts, sweat-managing leggings, and a wide-brim baseball cap to keep the sun off your face.

Fall Hikes: Similar to spring, it's not too chilly out, but it's not exactly warm, either. Merino wool leggings, t-shirts, and socks are probably going to be your best bet in the fall to keep you cool and dry as you start to build up a sweat. And if there's a chill in the air, bring a light down jacket or puffy jacket to block the wind from cramping your style.

BACK TO TOP


What are the most important features to consider when buying hiking clothes for women?

The three most important features your hiking outfit should have are comfort, fit, and performance. Every hiker knows nothing kills our mountainside vibe like sweaty, sticky clothing, too-tight waistbands, and cheap, thin jackets. So when you're buying outdoor gear for your next trek, if these three boxes are all checked, you've got exactly what you need.

BACK TO TOP


How can women layer their hiking clothes for maximum comfort and protection?

We're all about layering smarter, not harder. In the colder months, your first layer (the one closest to skin) should be made of lightweight and moisture-wicking fabrics (think merino wool) that help you regulate your body temperature and keep you comfy while you work up a sweat. In the heat of the summer, choosing layers with built-in sun protection are key to prevent your skin from burning.

BACK TO TOP


What are the best options for hiking footwear for women?

No hiking outfit is complete without the right footwear. And the best hiking shoes for women are all built with long-distance treks in mind. That said, you don't have to limit yourself to hiking boots and sneakers. You can totally wear hiking sandals in the summer if that's more comfortable for you. To find your perfect pair, check out the range of hiking shoes offered at Title Nine.

BACK TO TOP


What are the most important accessories for women's hiking clothes?

The must-have outdoor accessories to include in your hiking outfit are hats, sunglasses, face coverings like gaiters and scarves, and moisture-wicking socks. If staying cool, comfortable, and safe from sunburn is your jam, these are the accessories you won't want to hike without. Other gear, like backpacks and water bottles or bladders, are essential for both backpacking or casual day hikes.

BACK TO TOP


What are some tips for caring for and maintaining women's hiking clothes?

Always follow the care instructions inside the labels of your clothing and gear. Performance fabrics hold up best when they're washed with similar materials and left out to air dry. So as a rule of thumb, wash your hiking outfits all together with gentle detergent (ideally on a delicate or activewear setting), and whatever you do, never throw them in the dryer.

BACK TO TOP

CONTRIBUTING T9 Hiking GEAR EXPERT

Molly Hanks, Merchant

Mom, competitor, triathlete and adventure trail runner, Molly has been the resident Women’s Travel Gear Expert at Title Nine. She not only leads and manages wear testing across the entire line, but also works with our in-house product development team and women across the industry to uncover and adopt the features most important to us when traveling wherever in the world it may be regardless of activity or sport.


TOP PICKS: BEST HIKING CLOTHES FOR WOMEN

Recycled Clamber 2.0 Shorts 5" Recycled Clamber 2.0 Shorts 5"
$69
Recycled Clamber 2.0 Shorts 10" Recycled Clamber 2.0 Shorts 10"
$75
Evergreen Hiking Shorts 5" Evergreen Hiking Shorts 5"
$69
Scout Ripstop Shorts 5" Scout Ripstop Shorts 5"
$75
Headlands Ribbed Tank Top Headlands Ribbed Tank Top
$39
Ravine Muscle Tank - Solid Ravine Muscle Tank - Solid
$49
Grace Tee Grace Tee
$59
Grace Tank Top Grace Tank Top
$49
Indestructible Hiking Capri Indestructible Hiking Capri
$89
Egress Eco Joggers Egress Eco Joggers
$95
Evergreen Hiking Pants Evergreen Hiking Pants
$95
Evergreen Hiking Capris Evergreen Hiking Capris
$89
Notton™ Long Sleeve Baseball Tee Notton™ Long Sleeve Baseball Tee
$75 $39 - $49
Grace Long Sleeve Tee Grace Long Sleeve Tee
$75
Notton™ Racerback Tank Top - Solid Notton™ Racerback Tank Top - Solid
$49
Henerala V Neck Tank - Solid Henerala V Neck Tank - Solid
$49
Big B Shorts 4" Big B Shorts 4"
$69
Big B Shorts 7" Big B Shorts 7"
$75
Evergreen Hiking Shorts 9.5" Evergreen Hiking Shorts 9.5"
$69
Wiz Shorts 5" Wiz Shorts 5"
$118
Grace Racerback Tank Top Grace Racerback Tank Top
$49
Grace Raglan Long Sleeve Tee Grace Raglan Long Sleeve Tee
$69
Grace Raglan Tee Grace Raglan Tee
$59
Yasumi Short Sleeve Top Yasumi Short Sleeve Top
$55
Wings Out Tank Top Wings Out Tank Top
$48
Rogue Skort Rogue Skort
$75
Recycled Clamber 2.0 Capris Recycled Clamber 2.0 Capris
$89
Recycled Clamber 2.0 Pants - Regular Recycled Clamber 2.0 Pants - Regular
$99
Scout Ripstop Ankle Pants Scout Ripstop Ankle Pants
$99
Big B Pants Big B Pants
$89
Rogue Shorts 9" Rogue Shorts 9"
$69
Haul It Pocket Running Shorts 5" Haul It Pocket Running Shorts 5"
Price reduced from $66 to $49
Obsession Toolbelt Running Shorts 4" Obsession Toolbelt Running Shorts 4"
$62
Rogue Shorts 5" Rogue Shorts 5"
$65
Vibe Tank Top - Solid Vibe Tank Top - Solid
$39
Henerala 2.0 Short Sleeve Tee - Solid Henerala 2.0 Short Sleeve Tee - Solid
$59
Recycled Clamber 2.0 Skort Recycled Clamber 2.0 Skort
$75 $59 - $75
Evergreen Hiking Skort Evergreen Hiking Skort
$69
Flora Skort Flora Skort
$69
Scout Ripstop Shorts 3" Scout Ripstop Shorts 3"
$69