When it comes to the matter of dressing for the great outdoors, layering is key. And we don't mean in "the new layering" sense—which regular readers will remember from last week on Sweet. This is all about practicality; this is all about how when you set off for your hike first thing in the morning, it's cold (and you're cold), but three hours in it warms up (as you do). And, throughout it all, you want to be comfortable.
So, you need to be prepared: You want to be wearing layers, so you can peel them off and chop and change them as the day progresses. You need to learn your Gore-tex from your Dri-Fit and get to grips with the anatomy of layering.
Here, we'll show you how.