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Quick list for moto camping clothing

You can read the entire article about moto camping clothing here:Clothing for Motorcycle Camping: How to be comfortable all the time

Layering Clothing

  1. Base Layer
    • Moisture-wicking base layer top
    • Moisture-wicking base layer bottom
    • Technical fabric underwear (enough for each day)
    • Thin base layer socks (one pair per day)
  2. Mid Layer
    • Insulating fleece or low-profile insulating material top
    • Optional: Mid layer bottom for colder climates
  3. Outer Layer
    • Waterproof and windproof shell jacket (preferably Goretex or similar)
    • Waterproof and windproof shell pants
    • Adventure motorcycle jacket with back, elbow, and shoulder protection
    • Motorcycle pants with knee and preferably hip pads

Protective Gear

  1. Helmets
    • Proper fitting motorcycle helmet
  2. Gloves
    • Riding gloves (waterproof and suitable for the temperature)
    • Optional: Old riding gloves for cold weather (part of emergency kit)
  3. Additional Armor
    • Knee braces (for off-road)
    • Chest guard
    • Elbow protection


  1. Riding
    • Motocross or enduro boots for off-road
    • Waterproof adventure motorcycle boots for on-road
  2. Camping
    • Comfortable running shoes
    • Flip-flops (useful for showers in campsites)

Camp Clothes

  1. Socks and Underwear
    • Extra base layer socks (one for each day)
    • Riding socks (one pair for every two days)
    • Spare underwear for each day
  2. Spare Clothes
    • Shorts or sweatpants
    • Jeans
    • T-shirts (one for every three days)
    • Hoodie for campfire nights
    • Baseball cap

Emergency Clothes Bag

  1. Essentials
    • Clean pair of hot riding socks
    • Balaclava
    • Raincoat and rain pants

Remember, the key to successful motorcycle camping is smart packing and layering. Adjust this list based on your specific trip duration, weather conditions, and personal preferences. Safe travels and enjoy your adventure!

If you want to read more on motorcycle camping or find more lists look at this page: The Freewheeling Camper’s Guide: Mastering the Art of Motocamping

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