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Recent Outdoor Clothing Product Reviews

Patagonia Nine Trails Skirt

rated 4 of 5 stars A quality garment suitable for multiple uses, particularly watersports. The undershorts have a permanent anti-microbial treatment that really does keep odors at bay. If already accustomed to wearing skimpy garments for workouts, the Nine Trails skirt will be a cute and welcome addition to your wardrobe. The short skirt does turn heads (since it's not always obvious that the black undershorts accompany it), so it's not for those lacking a healthy dose of self-confidence. On the other hand, it also… Full review

MontBell Men's UL Down Vest

rated 4 of 5 stars Great for layering! Montbell’s UL Down Vest is a great addition to a layering system that will help keep you warm while weighing about the same as your average t-shirt. It is not the top of the class, but for the price, weight savings, and effectiveness, I say it is a good choice. I have had my vest for over 2 years now. It went with me on the first 1,000 miles of the AT and on several overnight and weekend trips locally. If I am not wearing it I have it rolled up and in the stuff sack that was… Full review

Rab Flashpoint Jacket

rated 5 of 5 stars In point, this jacket is all one needs for a fast and light, fully protected hardshell. See detailed review below. Testing: I tested the Flashpoint Jacket in the best backyard a guy can ask for: Glacier National Park. Scrambling peaks, backcountry ski missions where weight was to be kept at a minimum. It was my go-to shell and my only means of protection from wind/water/snow. Only other thing I'd bring was a good insulated piece. Sizing/Fit: I am a slightly 145 pounds and 5'10" guy, which seems… Full review

Rab Baseline Jacket

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The Baseline immediately became a staple of my front side skiing and backcountry kit. Billy O’Donnell – Pro Skier, Coach, Guide Founder – RIDGE Mountain Academy Ht: 6’            Weight: 171 lbs              Waist – 32              Jacket size – 42 Slim                   Baseline Jacket Review Size purchased: L Overview: I received the Baseline Jacket mid-way through the 2015 ski season. It immediately became a staple of my front side… Full review

Carinthia HIG 3.0 Trousers

rated 5 of 5 stars Best cold weather gear on Earth! Check out my video review! Full review

Carinthia HIG 3.0 Jacket

rated 5 of 5 stars Best cold weather gear on Earth! Check out my video review! Full review

Patagonia Men's Merino 3 Midweight Hoody

rated 5 of 5 stars Encapsulating warmth, anti-stink, relatively quick drying, wicking, optional thumb loops, light weight, and recently on sale! Is that possible? One top to rule them all. Fit for me is spot on. Deep chest zip is aah-so-perfect, extra long arms, breathes and adjusts to temperature better than anything, layers perfectly, because of merino/Capilene fusion. This now has better abrasion resistance and drying time. From 55 degrees and below this is the ultimate upper body single item apparel. I now own… Full review