The end of summer is approaching as kids are returning to school, leaves are about to change their colors, and the sight of football becomes more and more frequent. Sometimes called summer’s last stance, Labor Day Weekend is a great opportunity for you and your loved ones to leave the busy life for a few days and have a chance to say your goodbyes to summer.
If you are a big fan of the outdoors, a camping trip with your friends and family might be in the cards for Labor Day Weekend. Depending on the area, you probably know that going camping in September can be a gamble as some days are going to be perfect for fall weather, and some days are going to resemble closer to winter.
Camping is usually a ton of fun, bringing people together and letting everyone revel in the beauty of the outdoors, but sour weather can bring sour moods to the campsite and ruin the fun for everyone. Unfortunately, the weather is something you cannot control. However, there is a way you can better keep composure during those awful weather conditions and still maintain the fun.
One of the best ways you can combat unpredictable weather is to bring merino clothing on your trip – Why? Take a look at some of these reasons:
Less odor: Merino t-shirts do not need to be washed as often as cotton t-shirts, so that means you do not have to pack as many spare clothes as cotton t-shirts and save some money on laundry as well. Oh, and your family or friends will thank you as well!
Warmth relative to its weight: Merino clothing is an excellent insulator despite the material being light. Because of its lightness, you can save space in your luggage and still stay comfortable and warm when the September evening falls.
Moisture management: Because of its breathability, merino clothing is adept at drying out moisture. Whether you have been sweating or have been getting wet from rainfall, if you are wearing merino wool, you will be dry in no time. This means you can avoid discomfort and perhaps even the common cold this Labor Day vacation.
No wrinkles: There’s no need to iron your Merino wool clothing – you can just stuff it in your bag and go! Sure, camping isn’t a fashion show, but you at least want to look presentable, and merino wool allows you to have that.
As you can see, Merino wool clothing is suitable for whatever the weather may bring: hot or cold, dry or wet. If you are planning on doing some sort of outdoor activity with your friends or family (or dog) for Labor Day Weekend, pack merino wool clothing. It is perfect for fall weather, as you never know if you are going to get a warm, bright, and sunny day or a dark, gloomy, and cold day. The end of summer is near – go outside and enjoy what Mother Nature has to offer!