I'm a "lifestyler". That is, I don't eat primal for weight loss (although it does that), I don't move primal for "exercise" (although it's great for that); I do these things because I feel more like myself when I do.
So we cover food and movement pretty well on this forum (and others)...what about clothing? Vibram Five Fingers are pretty widespread, and I do like them a great deal, but what about the rest of my body?
There are several issues that can be covered here: clothing made of "primal materials" and in "primal styles", clothing that respects the movements and environments we primals pursue, and of course the option of functional nudity.
For my part I wear little clothing when possible (except my VFFs -- gloves for my feet are a must in this terrain), and I find I'm very sensitive to the fit and feel of the clothing I do wear. I try to find clothes that allow me to move freely yet still provide functional protection and warmth. And I want my clothes to look good, too.
Some clothes that I like:
* Vibram Five Fingers -- foot gloves. 'nuff said.
* Utilikilt Survival -- warmth, protection, and enough cargo space to supply a small village.
* Columbia Lander Pant -- sun protection, durability, discreet cargo pocket, soft feel, and office-compatible looks. And the leg gusset gives freer movement.
I've also experimented with designing and making my own style of clothing. As well, there are some traditional tribal garments from my father's tribe that I've been interested in making.
What about you folks?