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Recent Outdoor Clothing Product Reviews
Patagonia Men's R4 Jacket
Rock solid windproof and waterproof enough to take on winter, don't let this fleece fool you by its lightweight plush design! I have used a North Face Denali for years but wanted something warm and windproof. Never did I expect to find something even better! Bought this newest R4 version in blue on Ebay for $120. Not only is this warm/windproof it holds up to 0 degrees when you properly layer it. I find that it is true to size and allows decent layering underneath without being too bulky and still… Full review
Marmot Men's Quasar Jacket
Warm and lightweight jacket, it has a good quality construction, durability, and the price is not high. Before starting this review I must mention I’m from Chile and my main language is Spanish, so feel free to correct my English and ask me for a better explanation if is necessary. I bought this down jacket three years ago, so this is not the last version of the Marmot Quasar Jacket. Anyway I will compare both describing their pros and cons. The features of my jacket are: 800 fill goose down Pertex… Full review
Avalanche Wear Women's Mogul Fleece Legging
Where I live temperatures can drop well below zero I have never even thought about wearing a second pair of pants. The inner fleece lining is super soft and wicks moisture away from your skin also blocks wind. Washes well without breaking down. I've had my pair for two years and they're still my go-to winter running pants. Stretch as well when running. I have the woman's version of these pants, but could not find them on the site and wanted to express how much I truly love these pants. Full review
Allett Ultra Slim Original Wallet
The Allett Ultra Slim Original wallet is so thin that you can hardly feel it in your pocket. Has all the slots and folds one needs for cash or credit cards. Recommended for all outdoor activities due to its light weight and slim nature, but be careful not to have cards fall out. I received this Allett Ultra Slim Original wallet as a trial for test and review from the manufacturer. It is minimally stylish but considering its use during outdoor activities that is not an issue for me. It has four slots… Full review
U.S. Armed Forces M65 Trouser Liner
I used these in the late Cold War Army—wonderful when worn alone but sometimes not warm when buttoned in the cold-weather fatigue pants. It's the same construction as the wonderful poncho liners which thankfully the U.S. military still provides. In addition to Amazon, etc, you can get these at Army-Navy surplus stores, although Amazon etc tends to be cheaper. Just concurring with other reviewers—it's a great piece of military surplus that is cheap, warm, and dries fast, although when buttoned… Full review
Eddie Bauer Men's IgniteLite Hybrid Vest
Constructed for maximum movement. Primaloft insulation to keep you warm even when wet. Stretch back for a close fit and maximum breathability. Fleece lined collar for comfort. The Eddie Bauer Ignitelite Hybrid Vest is unique in that the front of the vest is fully insulated and the back is completely breathable. Constructed in this manner for activities such as running, hiking, and biking where you want to be warm without sweating. The front of the vest features 110 grams of Primaloft Silver insulation… Full review
Mountain Hardwear Men's Plasmic Ion Jacket
Lightweight hard shell for wind and rain protection. Cost effective hard shell for rain and wind protection, lightweight 330 g. men's extra-large, pit zips, which are most certainly needed on any hard shell jacket, making for easy ventilating when heat starts to build up. Drawstring on hood and waist for when the cold winds pick up and you need to batten down the hatches. Two large hand warmer pockets. Full review