If you are outside for a whole day or longer, it is good to help your body regulate its temperature by paying extra attention to how you dress.
Avoid cotton clothing as much as possible. Cotton absorbs moisture from both inside and outside. Synthetic, cotton and synthetic blend or thin wool clothing is therefore preferable.
The multi-layer principle works well even in summer. If you wear several thin layers of synthetic or wool clothing, moisture is more easily transported between the layers and both warms and cools the body better. It is also easier to regulate body temperature by putting on or taking off one layer at a time.
If you have sneakers or lighter shoes, it is a good idea to bring extra socks as the grass may be wet from rain or dew.
The head acts as the body's chimney, so having something to put on your head is essential for keeping warm when you are cold, especially in the evening and when sleeping in a tent.
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