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Re: Re: What makes a "softshell" pant more weather resisant?
They're basically for conditions when shorts are generally too cold for hiking in. They give you the wind protection of windpants with MUCH higher breathability and comfort (doesn't stic...

In GEAR » What makes a "softshell" pant more weather resisant?
September 18, 4:52pm

Re: Microfleece 100
My patagonina's Micro-D Fleece Pullover comes in at about 6oz. The lightest 100-weight fleece I've found so far.

In GEAR » Microfleece 100
September 18, 3:57pm

RE: Hooded vs. hoodless puffies
I prefer hoodless. For sleeping with a quilt or hoodless bag (Zpacks), I often want something warm on my head, but don't want to wear my jacket. If you have a hooded puffy, you still need to...

In GEAR » Hooded vs. hoodless puffies
September 17, 10:16am

Re: Re: MLD has new FKT line
What is FKT?

In GEAR » MLD has new FKT line
September 16, 12:51pm

Re: Alpha thoughts (Rab Strata Hoody)
I guess I don't really get this piece still. I've found that I pick a baselayer thickness that suits the temperatures, and then add/remove a stretch-woven softshell to add/remove warmth. I&...

In GEAR » Alpha thoughts (Rab Strata Hoody)
September 15, 11:56am

Re: wraith
Yeah, that Wraith was a real winner. Hope mine lasts forever. I highly doubt anyone will ever come out with a better windshirt for weight/breathability.

In GEAR » The new king of windshirts (by an unlikely candidate)
May 19, 3:52pm

Re: not breathable
Pretty much what I expected. You need to be able to have an easy time breathing through it for a windshirt to function well.

In GEAR » The new king of windshirts (by an unlikely candidate)
May 13, 4:49pm

Re: No-frills, sub 10oz summer backpacking pants?
If you're concerned with comfort, consider the color. White or a very light beige will be astronomically more comfortable over a wide temperature range. When it's sunny, you often will want...

In GEAR » No-frills, sub 10oz summer backpacking pants?
April 20, 1:43pm

Re: Katabatic Gear Quilt advice
For 30 degree and under quilts, I much prefer a hoodless sleeping bag. I very much prefer the ZPack designs. For above those temperature ranges, I prefer a wide quilt that can be fully opened up. I...

In GEAR » Katabatic Gear Quilt advice
April 15, 3:27pm

Re: Jeebus
> Am I the only one that finds it morally strange that they fail to pay a whole bunch > of people several million dollars, then have the gumption to start up another > similar company? L...

In GEAR » Golite Ressurection. Jinkies, Shaggy.
April 15, 3:19pm

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