Deserts are usually deserted, because there is not enough water on them, nor vegetation, that deposits can form there. They are also characterized by an extremely hostile climate, with large fluctuations in daily temperatures. After the heat of the day comes the chill of the night; lack of clouds causes, that heat escapes instantly. There are also sudden weather changes here – sand storms or sudden, heavy rainfall. The desert is a very hostile environment, water is decisive for survival, only the most resistant organisms can exist there.
Clothing in the desert must be able to maintain a constant body temperature; protect from the scorching rays of the sun during the day and keep warm at night, when the temperature drops sharply. All body parts must be covered, both sheltered from the sun, and sand, especially troublesome during a sandstorm. There is hardly any moisture in these areas, that's why the heat is so excruciating. It is not necessary to wear clothes while hiking in the desert to protect you from rain, so it can be airy, allowing the skin to breathe; it should consist of several layers, which provide adequate insulation at night.
Appropriate outfit. All parts of this garment should be made of breathable material, but strong materials; shield against strong ultraviolet radiation during the day, as well as protect against annoying chill at night.
Sunglasses. Filter glasses are a necessary eye protection.
Hat. The headgear should be in bright colors with a brim; reflects the sun during the day and protects the head from the chill of the night.
Jacket. The windbreaker jacket is designed to protect against thorny vegetation, the sun, wind and night chill.
Cotton shirt. Light, a cotton shirt should have long sleeves. A cotton T-shirt tucked underneath absorbs sweat and protects against overheating.
Belt. Braided or canvas prevents sand from falling under clothing; in the event of an accident, it can be used as a tourniquet.
Hands. Protect them from sunburn by applying a thick layer of cream with a large sunscreen.
Cotton pants. They should be made of a fabric with a dense weave; they protect the legs from the wind, the sun, vegetation and sand.
Boots. About thick, strong soles; uppers, the best of suede, because they allow the feet to breathe.
The desert is a very hostile environment for humans, therefore you need to have all the necessary equipment with you. Especially clothing that provides protection against the scorching sun and ultraviolet radiation. However, in emergencies, alternatives can be used. It is easy to make makeshift sunglasses out of film or photographic film, and from a towel or bandage a scarf to protect the neck, from pieces of clothing and shoes.
Glasses. Sunglasses can be made from a piece of photographic film; just cut holes at the ends and thread the string through them.