Clothing | Warm up trip

Next week I'll be riding my first warming trip bikepacking Northern Argentina. This is the clothing I'll be carrying for 2 weeks at the Puna: OUTDOOR RESEARCH GORE-TEX JACKET + RAIN PANTS PATAGONIA HOUDINI JACKET THE NORTH FACE FLEECE MINUS 33 MERINO 1/4 ZIP PATAGONIA CAPILENE 3 1/4 ZIP PATAGONICA CAPILENE 2 CREW PATAGONIA MERINO...

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Buff

To keep my neck/lips/nose/head warm while cycling South America I'll be using BUFF's merino wool buff. This multifunctional tubular accessory ideal for many activities and is super soft, odor resistant, and water repellent. TECHNICAL FEATURES: Made from 100% natural Merino wool, Weighs 47g/1.7oz and measures 66cm x 24.5cm or...

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Stimulus

For chilly campsites/nights or to be used as liners if I'm caught by a huge storm at the high Andes while cycling South America, I'll be using Mountain Hardwear's Power Strech Stimulus gloves. This everyday gloves features a stretch-fleece palm and fingers embedded with our...

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HydroSkin

To keep my feet warm & dry, even under torrential downpours at the highest Andes passes, while cycling South America I'll be using NRS HydroSkin Wetsocks. They are the ultimate wetshoe liner without the bulk of other wetsocks...

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Merino

To regulate my body temperature while cycling South America I´ll be using several layers of clothing. One of them is going to be Patagonia´s Merino 1 silkweight t-shirt, as it has a great warmth-to-weight ratio, naturally controls odor and stretches as you move. For their Merino Wool Baselayers,...

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Hydra

To keep my fingers dry & warm while cycling South America (even at torrential downpours above 12000ft at the high Andes), I´ll be wearing Mountain Hardwear Hydra Pro gloves. They´ve excellent grip and descent insulation + they´re waterproof but still breathable...

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Expedition

When temps turn eyelash-freezingly cold while cycling South America, I´ll pull on the Minus 33 Men's Kobuk Expedition 1/4 Zip. This expedition-weight merino wool layer lives for nut-numbing chairlift rides in the high Andes! Tech Specs: • Mock Neck for added Insulation • Zip for venting • 100% 18.5 Micron...

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Ghost

To stay warm at campsites or to cycle if the high Andes decide to throw inclement weather while I bikepack South America, I´ll be wearing Mountain Hardwear Ghost Whisperer down jacket. The world’s lightest full-featured down jacket packs 850 down that resists moisture, to retain...

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Oasis

To stay warm at chilly nights and even to cycle when the high Andes decide to throw inclement weather while bikepacking South America, I´ll be using a couple Icebreaker Oasis Leggings. Using the power of merino wool to keep you warm (but not too warm), these men´s...

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