Hiking tattooing for men is a relatively new trend, but a number of the tattoos featured on this list are very popular. 

    In the past, there has been a lack of accurate data regarding how many people are tattooed in the UK, so we have compiled this list of the top 5 most popular tattoos for each gender. 

    If you’re wondering why some people have tattoos on their arms and legs, here’s the answer: men have thicker skin than women, and women are more prone to infection than men. 

    However, men can still get tattoos if they’re not careful, so they can still make a good impression. 


    The ‘T’ in Tattoo is a Hiker’s Tint Tattoo artist John H. Wray created this unique ‘t’ in tattooing that has an almost animalistic feel to it. 

    The tattoo was created for a man who was looking for something to show his friends that he was not afraid to hike, and he had to give it up after finding out that he had been tattooed. 

    He said: I was tattooed for a very long time and I still have that tattoo on my right arm, so I knew it was important.

    It was just a matter of being able to show my friends that I was not scared of anything and that I would go hiking every day. 

    I think it speaks volumes about the people who put themselves through the effort to get the tattoo. 


    A tattoo on a girl’s forearm A group of women have been tattooing their names onto their forearm and arms to mark them as friends and family. 

    They’ve been tattooning their names on their forearm because it gives them a more dignified look. 

    Tattoos on a woman’s arm were created in the 1950s and have become more popular in recent years. 

    Women are known to have stronger immune systems, which is why they are more likely to survive and recover from wounds and infections. 


    Fingerless tattoos for guys This is the tattoo on the forearm of a man with a small, fingerless tattoo on his wrist. 

    “I was tattooing because I wanted to be able to tell people who I am, who I love and who I respect. 

    It’s also a way to show that I am independent and not attached to anyone and it’s also fun. 

    My tattoo is actually on my thumb and forefinger. 

    There are two things that make up the tattoo, the first is the ‘T’, which is the first letter of the name of my wife, and the second is the letter ‘h’, which stands for ‘his’ and ‘mine’. 

    It was a way of showing that I’m not afraid of hurting anyone, that I care about them and that they will always love me and I will always appreciate them. 


    Hiking tattoos on a man’s wrist This man is wearing a pair of hiking boots with the words ‘Hiking for Hikers’ on them. 

      I was also asked to do a tattoo for my dad, so when I first got the call, I jumped at the chance. 

     I had to make the most of the chance that I had and that’s when I got the tattoo.” 

    The artist “It was the perfect combination of the two things: being outdoors and being an independent person. 

    We got a lot of advice and feedback from people, and we were asked to make this tattoo for the man who had the tattoo done for his wife. 

    One of the things I love about doing tattoos is that the artist can be so versatile and he can make a tattoo that suits whatever your needs are. 

    You can tattoo your face, or your eyebrows, your eyelashes, your chin or your forehead.” 


    Pants with a ‘G’ on the back “One of my favorite tattoos is a pair that is the word ‘G’, and it is for my father. 

    When I was in primary school, my father and I were always on the same page and he used to tell me that it meant ‘get out there’ because he wanted me to do things for him. 

    That tattoo is a lot more powerful because it says that I know what it means to me to be strong and to be independent.” 

     Tara, a tattoo artist, said: “I wanted to create a symbol that speaks to me as a woman. 

    Because it’s a symbol for being independent and being strong, it also says that the two words ‘G,’ ‘H,’ and ‘Mine’ are connected. 

    For me, it is a way for me to say that I will keep pushing forward and will always look after him.