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RailRiders WeatherPants

rated 2.5 of 5 stars Pockets are too deep. These are not cheap pants. I could easily get two pair for the price of one of these, but they were so highly regarded I thought I'd give them a try. I bought four items and three didn't fit right. Repeated phone calls and emails to the company went unanswered until we sent a register letter. We returned all three items and two weeks later they resent one item in a smaller size but were completely unresponsive about the status of the other three. The pants fit nicely and are… Full review

Backcountry Khakis

rated 5 of 5 stars Very lightweight, excellent aesthetic (actually looks like something I'd wear to the office!), well designed pockets. Best for hiking or going on the town. Highly recommended for those who want quick drying hiking pants that can transition easily to other more formal ventures. I purchased these to use on an upcoming several day trip. Overall, the fit and finish on these pants is excellent.  Further, they're light, hang well, have normal belt loops (as opposed to the really thick ones on some hiking… Full review

Adventure Top

rated 5 of 5 stars Best fishing shirt on the market. Can't wait to hike in it. Recommended for any activity that calls for a breathable, lightweight top. Breathability is unrivaled. Never worn anything like it. Simplicity of this shirt is great. Love the pullover — less buttons, more performance, and a pocket just in case.  Very well made. I put it through the ringer and it came out unscathed.  Best choice for me while I was saltwater fly-fishing in Mexico on the Pacific Coast. Hiking in it should be awesome. Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars A highly durable, comfortable, pullover that does not restrict arm movements. I wore this piece every day for a 7-day fly fishing excursion in the Amur River Basin of the Khentii Province in Mongolia. It was great in the mid-October cold weather and wind of the Mongolian Steppe and Mongolia Siberia where we ended up. We were fly fishing with large rods and heavy streamers which requires high arm motion double haul casting. The casting motion never felt restricted and kept me comfortable and protected… Full review


rated 4 of 5 stars This is my preferred outer layer for shoulder season mountain biking. It cuts the wind when I need it to and vents when I want it to. I am never worried about abusing it hitting branches because it's so burly, yet it is light enough that I'm not bothered while wearing it. I love this jacket. I'm a hardcore proponent of windshirts as a layer of just about any system and this is a valuable one in my quiver any time I am doing something that mind find me scraping against branches or other abrasive… Full review

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