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Yupik Parka

rated 2 of 5 stars This jacket lasted two months. This jacket lasted two months. I used it nearly every day for things ranging from ski practice to walking to class. I bought it specifically for the wind and cold that I experience nearly daily during the winter. It was great. Unfortunately after a very wet race weekend it needed a wash and dry. After going through the drier (tumble dry low) the hood came out melted. This is strange considering my speed suit was also in there with it, that being a much more heat sensitive… Full review

Abisko Vent Shirt

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Lyocell shirt for hot weather w/ventilation opening on the back and mesh gussets under the arms. A nice lyocell shirt for hot weather, but if you sweat a lot (like me) then it becomes transparent (I have it in beige color). This causes the -0.5 star considering MSRP. Breathability is good as moisture wicking too, and it dries quickly. Ventilation is good as it has ventilation opening on the back yoke and mesh gussets under the arms. Construction is excellent, but I have no info about durability… Full review

Eco-Trail Jacket

rated 5 of 5 stars Simply put, this is a well-designed, well-constructed, stylish, and environmentally responsible jacket. If you can afford it, you will be glad you bought it. I look for clothing that will stand up to hard use and shows signs that the people who made it used it a lot. This jacket has many little features that show that it was well-thought out by the designers. And though it is lightweight, it in no way feels flimsy. Excellent attention to detail, an excellent jacket. One note, it's best for slim… Full review

Greenland Jean

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Top quality fabric and construction with an ergonomic fit to allow for diverse functionality. In full disclosure, until just recently, I knew nothing about the Fjallraven brand. I am well-versed in most other outdoor oriented brands that are common in North American (Arc'teryx, Patagonia, The North Face, Mountain Hardwear, Marmot etc.) and even some European-based companies (Millet, Norrona) but had not been introduced to the Fjallraven brand until I read an article from a trusted source on mountaineering. … Full review

Abisko 65

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Bought this pack to use while living in Colorado. Great pack that's light, slender. It's a pack that is comfortable to carry in hilly terrain. The Abisko has a slim silhouette and simplified design. Took this pack into the Lost Creek Wilderness. I was able to pack a 3 person tent, a synthetic bag and the rest of my gear comfortably. I had my 11-year-old son and carried enough food for the both of us too. It's a great pack that's very well made. I read reviews and researched packs for months before… Full review

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