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Recent Outdoor Clothing Product Reviews

ExOfficio Give-N-Go Boxer

rated 3 of 5 stars They are OK, Duluth Trading is much better. I have a couple of pairs and wear them often, today in fact. However I also have a few pairs of Duluth Trading Buck Naked briefs. The Duluths are much more comfortable, don't ride up, and are my choice when hiking. I think the Duluths are a little cheaper also. The ExOfficio's were my first purchase and I wore them about a year before I tried the Duluths. Full review

Voormi Women's Thermal ll Baselayer Top

rated 5 of 5 stars Well worth the investment...this brand is amazing! This is one of the most comfortable performance tops I have owned. It's lightweight but warm...perfect for every season. The fit is amazing and very flattering. The fabric is wool, but not uncomfortable itchy. Great for layering or wearing on its own. Well worth the investment! Full review

Icebreaker Mogul Hat

rated 5 of 5 stars Best beanie I've ever had, and I'm a hat guy. At the moment I own two, after losing one. I got my first one about 8 years ago, and had it for 7.5 years. It was my only hat. It feels great on my head, never too warm, always enough, whether as a liner under my ski helmet, hiking, and as a go-to hat. The most amazing thing about it, is that I use it on a daily basis. It doesn't come of my head for 8 hours straight, and it doesn't stink or itch.  By far the best beanie I've had, and I am a hat guy. Full review

Julbo Aero

rated 5 of 5 stars Julbo Aero photochromic sunglasses are lightweight and provide Super High Reaction to light changes. Excellent fit for hiking, running, or biking. The Julbo Aero sunglass design offers optical protection, a large field of vision, ventilation, and superior hold. Weighing in at a scant 32 grams, the Julbo Aero sunglasses can barely be felt when worn. The Aero sunglasses combine Julbo’s Air Link frame with a variety of lenses types. This open frame design features a soft 3D nose piece, a wrap-around… Full review

ExOfficio Give-N-Go Boxer

rated 4 of 5 stars The ExOfficio Give-N-Go Boxer is an excellent choice for activities in hot, humid weather. The technical fabric wicks away moisture, helping you feel cooler, and dries quicker than cotton underwear so you're not left with damp, sticky boxers at your destination. They can be hand washed, and dry quickly so you really can get by with just two pairs. I'm slowly but surely getting around to replacing all my old-school clothing for warm-weather outdoor activities with modern, technical gear—no more… Full review

ExOfficio Sol Cool Cryogen Plaid Long-Sleeve Shirt

rated 3.5 of 5 stars The ExOfficio Sol Cool Cryogen shirt has proven to be a good hiking/travel shirt. The Sol Cool technology works well to aid in cooling the user. The shirt provided good sun protection along with a gusset to ventilate the back, shoulder, and armpit areas. I received the Sol Cool Cryogen plaid shirt for testing in early spring and began by wearing it on hikes in my local Northern California state parks. As a hiking shirt, I liked it a lot. It fit my medium build well and the long shirt tail stayed… Full review

Patagonia Men's Capilene 2 Lightweight Bottoms

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Go-to sleeping bottom. These are my go-to sleeping bottoms.  They're light enough to wear in the summer, provide a good base layer for the winter, and are more comfortable than laying directly on nylon or whatever. I've never gotten them wet but assume they would dry fast. They fit well, and have a functional fly. One extra chilly day I hiked most of the morning in them before I noticed the micro grid pattern on the inside was causing chafing. Wouldn't recommend putting miles in with these. Great… Full review