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PreCip Jacket

rated 5 of 5 stars I really like it. I started to use for trail and then I started to love it for biking. Fits perfect in my backpacks, really stop the rain and the wind. Super lightweight and packable, the first day I almost forget that I take my jacket in my backpack. Very comfortable, fits perfect and does't matter if I'm very or low active. I can open under my armpit and I can enjoy my activity with more breathability. The cuffs close perfectly. The big pockets are super helpful to carry more things inside and… Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars Awesome bag! Lightweight, warm, durable, compressible. Just a great piece of equipment. Warm, durable, compressible, lightweight and covers three seasons well. Inspires confidence: I know I can survive virtually any weather condition with this bag. Can get warm in summer, so sometimes has to be unzipped! Full review

Limelight 2P

rated 4 of 5 stars Very roomy two-person allows for moving around without bumping your head. Quick and easy setup makes for more exploration time. Rain tight, but holds onto moisture. My desire for a new tent has been two years in the making. With an 8 year-old daughter growing like a weed it was finally time. After plenty of research, I just waited for a deal. I found one online at OMC which was also a local company so I stopped by to purchase for 25% off. I was so excited I made a trip down to the Oregon coast to… Full review

Ajax 2

rated 4 of 5 stars Super easy setup. Easy setup with the hubs and pole clips instead of sleeves. Fast and can be done by one person even in decent winds. 3-5 minutes with even minimal practice. No stability issues. Doesn't leak even after a couple of days of rain. Don't notice any pounding on the raincover that leads to drip, drip, drip on your nose in the midnight hours. Ventilation: Could be better, rainfly goes down close to ground, good for windy conditions, not so great in summer. Color: I like the orange gold… Full review

ROM Jacket

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Superbly breathable, wind proof, versatile softshell. My go-to layer from fall to spring. At 5'10" 200 lbs, a large fits me pretty well, with room for a fleece or thin puffy underneath. I use it day to day for over half the year, either by itself ~10°C or with a light insulating and base layer down to -10°C when I am active (ex. snowshoeing, hiking, ice climbing). Arms could be longer for climbing, although I have a +2.5" ape so take that with a grain of salt. Also, to stow the extra cord when… Full review

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Marmot Exum wins "Best of Adventure Gear" Award
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