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Re: BPL Paper Subscription
It is April 27th and I still have not received my paper copy of BPL.

In Chaff » BPL Paper Subscription
April 27, 10:41am

In Training
Excellent ideas and comments everyone. I'm now in training!!

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Training your ankles
March 28, 10:39am

Wind & Waterproof gear
I would definately add a Gortex/Paclite or other WB shell with a good hood and WB pants. Softshells are great but they just cannot stand up to the roaring winds on Washington. Snow, sleet, and rain...

In Gear Lists » "Winter" Northern Presidential Traverse Gear List
March 26, 9:42am

Training your ankles
Now I know many of you have read Ray Jardine's Beyond Backpacking and I'm curious to find out if there is any truth to his claim that ankle injuries are due to the lack of ankle fitness and...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Training your ankles
March 26, 9:09am

Re: Clothing Layers for 10 - 25 degrees
Active: LW synthetic t-shirt Pat. R-1 Pullover Golite Momentum Jkt (very LW Powershield Softshell) Powerstretch Tights Wool Hat, glove liners, boots, gaiters Static: Toss on the old Marmot...

In Winter Hiking » Clothing Layers for 10 - 25 degrees
February 01, 11:52am

Soft Shell Mystery
Thank you Richard for the excellent post regarding the science behind textiles and how they feel to the wearer. Your commentary on microfibers is spot on. The "coolest" feeling jacket I o...

In GEAR » Soft Shell Mystery
December 07, 1:27pm

Soft Shell Mystery
I have been perplexed by something for years. Can someone tell me why some fabrics feel colder on than others. Case in point: Powerstretch (Marmot) vs powershield (Gamma SV). Same thickness and...

In GEAR » Soft Shell Mystery
December 06, 11:53am

RAB Vapour -Rise
RAB now makes a Vapour Rise jacket for women and it even has a hood! Wow! I've been looking for a lined Pertex Equilibrium jacket for years to replace my 1994 Marmot Driclime. The later Driclime mo...

In GEAR » RAB Vapour -Rise
September 22, 1:01pm

Houdini vs Mamot Ion
Both are great windshirts with great fabrics but the Houdini edges out the Ion. Far better hood coverage on the Houdini and the draw cord at the waist stamps out those pesky breezes.

In GEAR » windshirt: Patagtonia Houdini vs. Marmot Ion
March 10, 10:36am

All Reader Reviews by Beth Correira

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Golite Momentum
I really love this jacket and how well it performs in winter. The Golite Momentum is constructed of a super lightweight Polartec Powershield that barely tips the scale at 12oz. The Powershield is back...

In Clothing - Wind & Soft Shell
February 02, 10:31am

Patagonia Houdini Wind Jacket
Hands down my favorite windshirt. At only 4 oz there is no reason to leave it home! The jacket packs super small, deflects wind & light rain very well, has a great adjustable hood with good facia...

In Clothing - Wind & Soft Shell
February 02, 7:05am

GoLite Phantom Jacket
Wonderfully lightweight with lots of features. Repels rain, wind, and snow like a champ and the pitzips and pockets work great to ventilate. My only complaint is the hood is just too small for good co...

In Clothing - Raingear
February 01, 2:27pm

Montbell Thermawrap jacket
I purchased the ladies version of this jacket and love it! It is lofty, super warm, super lightweight, repels wind and light rain, and dries quickly. Here in the northeast, it has been rather cold. I&...

In Clothing - Insulating - Synthetic (Polarguard, Primaloft, etc.)
February 01, 2:24pm

Marmot DriClime
I've been wearing Driclime windshirt since the early 1990's and have to say the original is still the best. The original has a lofty feel, wicks great, breaths, and repels water very well (lik...

In Clothing - Wind & Soft Shell
February 01, 2:17pm