Each Wednesday in small-town New Hampshire, I teach a booty shakin’ sassy, and sexy dance fitness class called “Oula.” The playlist is loaded with popular music with artists like Pitbull, Nicki Minaj, David Guetta, and Elle King…But unfortunately for me even if my dance moves are on fire, so is my body….and not in a good way. You know those girls who say “I don’t sweat, I sparkle?” Well, I am not one of those girls, I just straight up sweat. Like a lot. It’s hard teaching a sexy class when I feel very un-sexy! I mean, how am I supposed to channel my inner Minaj when I look like I was caught in a water-balloon ambush?
I started the New Year snowboarding with friends at Whiteface Mountain in Lake Placid, NY. Temperatures hovered around 0 degrees Fahrenheit at the summit of the mountain. Visibility was poor at times but it was still some amazing riding. After 4 days in the Adirondacks, I made my way down to Eastern PA to meet my girlfriend and fly out of Philly to volunteer in Ecuador. Our nine hour layover in Atlanta gave us enough time to leave the airport and explore what the city had to offer.
Appalachia Women’s Lightweight Wool S/S Crew
The Appalachia Women’s Short Sleeve Crew is fashioned to become a girl’s best friend. Stylish, comfortable, and performance oriented, what more could you ask for? Be sure to wear this on your next hike, walk, or biking adventure and see what the power of Merino can do for you!
IDEAL SEASONS: Spring Summer Fall Winter
RECOMMENDED ACTIVITIES: Everyday Wear, Hiking, Camping, Biking, Running, Fishing, Hunting, Snowsports
LAYER TYPE: Base Layer
FABRIC: 100% Merino Wool, 170 g/m2 Jersey Knit, 17.5 Micron Fibers, UPF Rating 25
STYLE #: 2001
GARMENT WEIGHT: Size Medium = 4 oz. (113 grams)
Minus33 Product Story
The Appalachian Mountains are a mountain range in Eastern North America, running from Georgia all the way through New England. A popular and difficult Adventure is to hike continuously the 2,184 Mile Appalachian Trail from one end to the other over several months. This journey will take you up and down numerous 4000+ footers; all considered large for eastern America.