Women's Travel

May 19, 2009
Outside Magazine
Women's travel gear

   Photo: Photograph by Shana Novak

1. PATAGONIA ALL-TIME SHELL Thanks to a snap-off hood and warm fleece collar, this recycled-polyester, waterproof-breathable jacket will keep you dry and cozy in nasty weather. $225; patagonia.com

2. PRANA MONIQUE TOP Even after the 20th wearing, we never tired of this feminine organic-cotton tee. $45; prana.com

3. ATHLETA PRINTED PACK EVERYWHERE DRESS We tried—and failed—to wrinkle this flattering polyester-and-spandex halter dress. $89; athleta.com

4. SMARTWOOL WOMEN'S BUTTON SWEATER This washable, 100-percent-wool hoodie is the wearable equivalent of comfort food. $100; smartwool.com

5. IBEX BALANCE BRA LIGHT AND THONG This silky merino-wool-spandex-nylon bra and matching thong feel like a second skin. $35, $25; ibex.com

6. THE NORTH FACE ROCKBOUND PASS CAPRIS These quick-drying, two-way-stretch ripstop pants refuse to get bent out of shape. $60; thenorthface.com

7. EAGLE CREEK GETAWAY BAG Unlike most bags this tough, this ballistic-nylon purse isn't an eyesore. $70; eaglecreek.com

8. BØRN NORDI SANDALS Finally, metallic-leather sandals that are just as comfy and durable as our favorite webbed sport sandals. $85; bornshoes.com

9. MEDIS FUEL CELL POWER EMERGENCY KIT Activate the fuel cell (yes, an actual fuel cell) and you can power the included flashlight or any handheld device (phone, gps, etc.) for several hours. $60; medistechnologies.com

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