Wearing appropriate clothing while in the backcountry can make or break a trip. Backpacker’s extensive backpacking and trail clothes reviews put all kinds of fabrics and styles to the test in real backcountry conditions.
A breathable shirt for adventure travel
A cross-training bargain
Comfortable outdoor bra
Go from peak to pub
This flannel can handle just about any obstacle.
Wearing is believing: This is the lightest sunshirt we’ve ever tested.
It’s a technical layer disguised as a stylish sweater.
Neck & Face Protection
Stay comfortable in this long sleeve shirt even when the temps are close to 100°F.
This is a fully featured sun shirt with clean, casual styling.
These performance boxer briefs have the support of a jock strap.
The ExOfficio Give-N-Go Women's Sport Mesh underwear elevates comfort and breathability to the next level.
The Mountain Hardwear Dynama Pant is comfier than pajamas yet still worthy on the trail.
The versatile Moving Comfort Hot Shot bra's flattering design will make you feel feminine all while supporting your wildest outdoor activities.
The affordable Terramar Reflex SS Scoop sets the bar for good looks—and is available in plus sizes (up to 3X).
The Eider Wooly Hoodie showcases the best qualities of both wool and polyester, making it one versatile midlayer.
From sizzling deserts to 14,00-foot summits, these long-sleeved layers shielded testers from extreme conditions.
The Kirby offers more wind protection than a gauzier sun shirt.
This longsleeve shirt has a UPF 50 and makes the hottest conditions feel tolerable.