Travel Kit for the Southeast Traveler

Headed kayaking in Georgia's Golden Isles? Exploring the trails of Pisgah National Forest? Touring historic Charleston? Cruising a gallery crawl in Charlotte's NODA? Here are a few versatile travel pieces that pack well, layer effortlessly, last long enough to give excellent value and still look great as daytime activities flow into evening fun.

Mountain Hardwear Wicked Tee- Long sleeve or short, this tee features a feminine cut and keeps you dry whether crosscountry skiing along the Blue Ridge Parkway or fanning yourself on a Savannah Ghost Tour.

Prana Tenaya Pant - This adorable pant resists wrinkling and abrasions, stretches, AND hugs your curves. Whether bouldering at Rumbling Bald or hoofing it along the AT, this pant goes the distance.

Monkey Woman Jacket - Even as spring emerges from the icy blasts of winter, this snuggly fleece remains your favorite go to piece. It keeps you toasty warm and goes with everything.
A lighter, more budget friendly fleece jacket option is The North Face TKA 100 Hoodie.

Chaco Sandals - With temps still below freezing, your Chacos may be at the back of your closet. But, this sandal is hard to beat once the sun comes out. With excellent arch support and quick drying polyester straps, this sandal goes from kayak to pub with ease.

The North Face Venture Jacket
- For just under $100, this rain jacket keeps you dry. Pit zips ensure the jacket remains rea

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