We are definitely in Texas in March when the temperature is still in the 60s but the humidity is in the 80s. I hiked the Barton Creek Greenbelt which is just southwest of downtown Austin. It was a cloudy day in the 60s, but with the humidity, I started to sweat!
By nature, I sweat regardless of whether the sun is out or not, and today was no exception.
As you can see by the photos, my front was soaked! However, thanks to my Cool-Dry Frame, my back was only moist rather than drenched. Just imagine if I didn't have the frame on. My back likely would have been drenched.
There was one man on the trail whose back was completely drenched. In fact, he couldn't hike with his backpack on anymore. I should have taken a picture of him! I did show him my Cool-Dry Frame, and he was sold. He wished that he had one right then and there!
As you can see from the chart, the temperature started in the 60s and slowly crept up to the mid-70s. We hiked between 8:00 AM and 11:00 AM. Looks like a great day for a hike, right? Check out the humidity report before you respond.
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