I always prefer skirts, especially in warmer weather, so why not take that comfort with me outdoors? PRO: no sweaty crotch, cool breezes, and easier to pee, no zippers, buttons, or Velcro.CON: scratched legs (thorns, sticks, rocks... it sucks), wild wind (you might get some disapproving looks).I keep my skirts for my regular day-trip hikes and go with shorts or pants for new adventures.
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