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This review/opinion pertains to Wiggy's products in general. I own two Wiggy's bags, a bivy sack, a rain jacket, and six ecotats made by Wiggy's. All are over built and what I would call BET YOUR LIFE GEAR. The temp ratings tend to be very conservative. The #10 YKK zippers are bulky but built to last. I would not hesitate to buy Wiggy's products or give them to loved ones; they are that good. Wiggy's products I have had experience with: 1) The Freedom shelter (ecotat): Very versatile item in that… Full review
Mammut Prussic Jacket
A super light wind jacket, that packs so small and light, you'll never need to leave it at home. The jacket has been discontinued, but an updated version is available... the Mammut MTR 201 Micro Jacket. Had been looking to upgrade my twelve year old Patagonia Helium windshirt, with something lighter and more packable. Had looked a several, and was trying to make a decision, when I ran across some of these on a clearance rack at my local REI store. After looking at it, and trying it on, I was seduced… Full review
Rab Men's Snowpack Jacket
This is my 1st Rab product and as there was no other review on T-Space of this item I will post my two cents worth. I got this aimed at ski and snowboard use (after all it's called a Snowpack!), but was disappointed in the lack of ski features, no inner mesh dump pockets, not outside mp-3 pocket, no snow skirt, and I could not zip up the collar when wearing a ski helmet (large or XL helmet.) I am 5-10, 175 lbs. I tried the medium size first. It was a little tight under the arms, but overall decent… Full review
Kuhl Flyby Down Jacket
Down seeps through the seams. Warm and cozy jacket. Long sleeves. It is a form-fitting jacket. I bought my regular size and it fit like a glove. I can't wear another layer under it besides a T-shirt. Long sleeves, small but compact hood (both are a plus for my body, might not be as desirable for someone else as the sleeves are long!). I haven't worn it in the rain, so I don't know how it holds up to rain. In fact, I haven't worn it when it snowed either. It breathes well. It wicks away moisture. Full review
Mountain Hardwear Elkommando Kilt
This is a great product for summer hiking and unrestricted movement. I wore this on the AT this weekend and loved it. However, you do get a few looks and some comments. Do not worry and come up with some snappy comebacks. As for the fit, I ordered a large and my waist is a 35-36 and it fit just right. However, if I gain any more weight they will be really tight. It has an adjustable belt but there is not much adjustment in the waist. It appears waterproof/resistant but I have not worn it in the… Full review
MontBell Men's U.L. Down Inner Pants
So warm and light, there's no reason to leave them at home! I was looking to extend my backpacking season beyond just summer, and wanted to add a warm lower layer to my kit. And in the never-ending quest to lighten my backpacking load, it also had to be lightweight. Having had a MontBell UL Inner Down Jacket for several years, and loving it, I naturally looked at this layer. When I found it on sale, I went for it. Even though I have short legs, the pants fit quite nicely, with elastic cuffs at the… Full review
L.L.Bean Women's Trail Model Raincoat
I have been using this raincoat for about a year and I highly recommend it. The best part about this raincoat is the hood, in my opinion. It has a velcro flap in the back that allows to adjust the depth of the hood. It has a two-way zipper, which is excellent for those days when I need to walk faster, and need as much freedom of movement as I can get. Overall this coat is boxy, and I recommend sizing down for a more form-fitting experience. I have long arms and this coat has sleeves long enough… Full review