The perfect hiking outfit

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Summer is finally here, and with it, the season of all possible outdoor activities and hiking. I have found that having a thoughtful hiking pack list is really helpful (Our hiking with kids packing listLink) and having a good hiking gear is very important too, but when you hike with the little children you usually choose very easy tracks and it’s totally fine to wear whatever makes you great. Sometimes wearing a cute dress along with the tracking shoes would make you feel more comfortable than wearing thick trousers and heavy boots.

But, despite my love for dresses, my latest crash is the Schöffel summer collection, it’s all I like about sportswear, it’s super comfortable, sporty and super stylish and I for sure feel more pulled together and ready to manage whatever outings with my littles.

  • Jacket Newfoundland
    The 2.5-layer jacket is super light and can be even folded in its own side pocket. Completely waterproof (20’000mm water column) and still breathable. This jacket has some cool spesials: the recycled coffee grounds are applied as print on the inside of the jacket by the P4DRY technology. It ensures a dry and comfortable fit. In addition, the print has an odor-inhibiting and fast-drying effect.
  • Pants Ascona
    The comfort and freedom of movement that comes with a 4-way stretch pants won`t be unnoticed when hiking for a few hours. Water-repellent material, high moisture transport and subtle trouser pockets complete its the narrow-cut.
  • T-Shirt Saalbach
    Due to the slightly longer back with zip pocket, the T-shirt Saalbach is perfect for biking and scores with an optimal wearing comfort and a material construction with SPF 25+. The print with a large, gradient mountain motif makes the shirt an absolute eye-catcher.
  • Fleece Hoody Vienna
    The lightweight fleece Hoody Vienna made of melange material with a fine ribbed structure has become the new favorite item. It is warming, breathable and goes well with jeans as well as sports outfits.
  • Where to buy
    Sports retailers or schoeffel.com
Wanderung im Sertigtal Davos, Schöffel
Davos
Davos
Wanderung im Sertigtal Davos, Schöffel
Davos
Das perfekte Wandern Outfit
Davos
Wanderung im Sertigtal Davos, Schöffel
Davos

Here is a little roundup of my favourite hiking outfits on my favourite hiking trips in Switzerland:

Diemtigtal
Maggie Valley Hiking Trails
Maggie
Grimselpass mit Kindern erleben
Grimselpass
Brienz
Blausee Wanderung
Blausee Wanderung
Adligenswil
Wandern in Klosters Schweiz
Klosters
*This article was created in collaboration with Schöffel. Image rights ©Family First & Elena Habicher.

 

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