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Layering your clothing properly is also important when going packrafting. In this blog post, I am going to give you an overview of my clothing layering system mainly for spring and autumn.

Layering Clothing for Packrafting

And here is what you see on the picture above:

Base Layer

Icebreaker Men’s Anatomica Briefs

The Icebreaker Men’s Anatomica briefs keep me warm even if they get wet as they are made of Merino Wool. I highly recommend them. Usually, I take 2 of them on my adventures.

Insulation

Devold Expedition

Devold Expedition shirt and Long johns are made of 90% Merino wool and 10% Polyamide for longer durability and faster drying time.

Fleece

You can use any regular fleece, for example, Odlo or have a look at our post about the best fleeces for 2015.

Smartwool Socks

Also made of Merino, the Smartwool PhD Outdoor Ultralight Mini Sock is light, dry considerably fast and keeps me warm as well when wet.

Shell

Neoprene Dry Gloves

Currently, I am wearing neoprene dry gloves when it’s very cold e.g. Palm Pro Gloves.

Latex Socks and Sandals

The Latex Socks work quite well for us. They are also sealing nicely if used together with a dry suit. Highly recommended. Use them together with the Teva Sandals.