We are now in March, and you know what that means: warmer weather is around the corner.

Here in Austin, Texas, we've been breaking out of the colder weather. Last Sunday, I went for a 2-hour morning hike on the Lady Bird Lake trail in downtown Austin, Texas.

It started cold, but then it warmed up!

I had my Cool-Dry Frame on, which kept my back completely dry!

Here Comes the Warm Weather in Texas

Texas has a reputation of getting extremely hot; however, this heat doesn't kick in until July and stays through September. If you want to visit the Lone Star State, get here before 4th of July!

Hiking Downtown Austin - Lady Bird Lake Trail

Lady Bird Lake Trail is a 10 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Austin, Texas that features a river and is good for all skill levels.

I walked the western part of Lady Bird Lake Trail in late February. The weather in the late morning was in the 40s, but it kept rising to the 60s closer to 11 AM.

You can learn more about the trail by clicking this link and visiting AllTrails.com.

Staying Cool and Dry with My Cool-Dry Frame

As mentioned, the morning started in the high 40s, though as the sun came out, the temperate picked up. After about an hour hiking, it was time to take off the layers. Thankfully, my Cool-Dry Frame kept me dry all throughout the hike.

The Cool-Dry Frame by Vaucluse Gear

This lightweight (only 6 ounces), soft, durable, and flexible frame attaches directly to your backpack and creates a natural airflow between you and the pack without using mesh or other material that soaks up sweat and retains heat. This design maximizes airflow to keep your back cool and dry.


About Vaucluse Gear

Vaucluse Gear is a new outdoor adventure company that has just released its patented Cool-Dry Frame. Made in the USA, this lightweight frame keeps you cool by dissipating heat and evaporating sweat between your back and backpack. You, therefore, sweat less and stay cool.