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Minimalist Jacket

rated 5 of 5 stars I had just bought a new shell for work $$$$. When my company decide that they wanted the guides to have the same jacket, but weren't about to put out the $$$$. So I went with the Marmot Minimalist. I have had it over a year now. Let it be said that I don't give many reviews 5 stars unless they exceed my expectations. Due to the low $$$ this jacket does everything I need it to. I need a shell that would keep me dry in the summer alpine with pit zips and a high collar for the wind. I needed a shell… Full review

NanoWave 35

rated 3 of 5 stars Well built. Great for summer nights but not for cold weather. I am a Florida hiker/backpacker. I am one of those people northerners laugh at because I wear winter jackets when the weather reaches 65°F and below. Knowing my blood is thinner and I have my own internal insulation (weighing in at 150 lbs), I was hoping this bag would keep me warm. Although this bag is rated to 35°F, I was cooly uncomfortable at 52°F and below. On all occasions where the weather dipped below 55°, I packed wool pajamas,… Full review


rated 4.5 of 5 stars A well built four-season tent that touts some nice creative features. Setup: It's a classic four-pole winter design. This adds a great deal of stability to the tent. The primary cross poles need to be inserted into sleeves that run nearly the entire length of the tent. This is a bit of a hassle when the hands get really cold in sub zero weather. I find the models with clips-only tend to pitch faster and with less hassle. Some would argue that the sleeves are worth it for the extra strength they… Full review

Featherless Component Jacket

rated 2.5 of 5 stars Not a good outdoors (wo)man's coat. I like three-in-one jackets. It's cold enough to need a winter coat where I live, but often wet and sloppy. And hiking and biking, I like just the outer coat as a sturdy windbreaker. And someone stole the shell to my old coat, and I needed one in a hurry, and I got this as the best available. But it's not very good. It is nowhere near as good as the one it replaced (house brand of an outdoor retailer) and certainly not better in quality—and less good in design… Full review

Tungsten 3P

rated 2 of 5 stars Awesome tent, but custom pole set snapped off first time of use Look, it's an awesome tent, but the custom poles failed very first time out, hence the poor rating. They have a fragile join between the poles and this came apart in my hands the first time I disassembled the tent. I then waited months for a replacement pole set from the UK. Full review

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