Wearing the right camping clothes can make a big difference to your trip, whether it’s a few nights in the family tent or a solo hiking adventure. Firstly, don’t over pack; remember you’ll have to carry those clothes and store them somewhere too. Most experts recommend dressing in layers, which allows you to quickly adjust the amount of clothing, based on changes in the weather. Regardless of how warm you anticipate your destination to be, some warm clothing, such as a sweater or light jacket is a good idea. Gloves and a hat are recommended in cooler weather, as they help to protect exposed skin. Clothing made from the synthetic material, polypropylene is able to help keep you warm in winter and cool during the summer. And you’ll probably be getting dirty or wet, so pack some clothes that you’re okay wearing around camp for chores, cleaning, packing, etc.