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L.I.M Essens Jacket

rated 5 of 5 stars Very light and packable. Sitting around a small campfire in the 40°F range with just a thin base layer underneath, it's almost too warm. I judge that to be a good thing. It's very light, almost like a thin plastic shopping bag filled with downy goodness, like if you were holding it and let go the wind might blow it away. So for warmth-to-weight you can't beat it.   I've worn it in light rain and mist for short periods and it doesn't soak up moisture. I can't speak for its durability rock climbing… Full review

Massif Jacket

rated 5 of 5 stars Haglofs creates the best soft shell jackets on the market, period. Super breathable (I never broke a sweat in this jacket) and warm (even on a stormy winter day at 4000m). This is a top performing, top-spec lightweight windproof/water resistant jacket. It's a well thought out and executed design with excellent fabrics and great adjustability. I'm a cameraman and so far, after the -30°C of the 4000m on Switzerland's glaciers and the humid forests of French Polynesia, my impression is that this is… Full review

Swift II Jacket

rated 5 of 5 stars A top performing, top-spec lightweight windproof/water resistant jacket. A well thought out and executed design with excellent fabrics and great adjustability. The Haglofs Swift II jacket (sadly discontinued) is a fantastic windproof, and water resistant jacket made with Gore-Tex windstopper and a DWR coating which works more than well enough to shrug off a light shower or any snow you may encounter. The fabric itself also appears to be fairly abrasion resistant as there are no signs of wear after… Full review

Jaw Jacket

rated 3 of 5 stars Great jacket, poor zippers. The jacket has been used for two winters by my GF and she had been excited about using it, but the quality of the chest pocket zipper and the de-laminated sleeve cuffs is a big disadvantage for a jacket at that price. Full review

Tight XL

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I had this as my only luggage in around-the-globe one month travel. It was an excellent partner - and I could always take it in cabin even in small airplanes which was flown by tiny, for me before unknown companies. Backpack is strong, it contains one huge part ~ 33 L and one smaller ~5 L. Inside the bigger is an small part with zipper for keys, papers, passes etc. When it was very bad weather and I was afraid for my clothes and other things - they were always dry, of course when humility was 100… Full review

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