We pack up the next morning. Here are our rigs. Mine is the smaller one. I travel light, but even so I brought too many clothes.
As far as clothes go, I found that those button-down shirts with the pit zips and all that fancy ventillation are the way to go, with no t-shirt underneath. Even with the sleeves rolled down you stay cool when you sweat and stay warm enough if it's a slight bit cool.
As for shoes, I like to wear light-weight hikers, but these light-weight shoes reach a point well before they look worn out when the sole loses its stiffness and they become worthless. I could feel the rocks under my feet way too much. I may go back to boots, or I might see if there are stiff insoles to protect against this.
As for socks, I usually go with a thin liner and a thicker wool outer sock. Problem is, I'm allergic to wool so I get a ring of rash around my ankles. Also my little toes get blisters from my toes being too close together. I have found these great toe socks at the running store next to Hazards bikes. Wow, these are great for keeping my toes safe from blisters. Unfortunately, as I learned after today, they are too thick to serve as inner socks. By the end of the day I had formed a blister under my big toe because I didn't have enough room and my foot kept banging into the ends of my shoes. You're feet are the most important thing you have when you're three days from home. If your feet are toast, so are you! Still, I'm definitely going to get more toe socks because worn alone they are great.