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Microshed Parka

rated 1.5 of 5 stars Solstice ski jacket malfunction. I purchased a Solstice Microshed Parka from a shop in Breckenridge in 2009 and within a year a pit zip came apart. Tried for the next two years to get any response from Solstice both via phone calls, which I received the response that the message service was full and then via email of which I received no response.  So like other reviews, it is better to do business with Patagonia or North Face who stand behind their garments than one that appears to have no customer… Full review

Microshed Parka

rated 5 of 5 stars Trying to find what is called a Soltice 3 in 1 Parka with teh item# g3399, does anyone know what this may be and how I find the dealer who has this? Please send info to Thank you! Full review

Golden Alpine Shell

rated 4 of 5 stars This is a very well-made, high performance mountain shell. I bought it on closeout, and have been completely amazed at the value and performance of this shell. It has a permanent place in my alpine gear bag. The Golden Alpine is a technical shell, with a stripped down design that provides excellent fit, great ventilation and breathability, and resistance to the elements. The fabric and construction stands up to the high winds at Mammoth Mountain and after a season of use, still looks like new. Instead… Full review

Tuck N' Roll Jacket

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Solid product. I live in Nor-California where the winters here can be cold but no rain. The lows will dip into the 30s with highs around 60. This jacket does a commendable job of keeping the chill out. Took it to Lake Tahoe in early December and held up well. However, if you're looking for an active jacket, I would only go with this if you had a baselayer separating you from the sleeves. Its nylon interior lining is fine but I feel clammy sometimes after sweating a little. Nothing big but enough… Full review

Microshed Parka

rated 2.5 of 5 stars I have mixed reviews about this jacket. I don’t remember the exact year, but I got it between 1998 and 1999. The repellency has been completely shot, and its been like that for several years. I would have thought a $200-$300 jacket would have performed much better. For a long time I never washed it; however, I kept it very clean. Not until a few years ago did I learn from a local outdoor shop that you can wash it without affecting its repellency qualities. I used a light detergent (Woollite),… Full review

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Portland, OR 97232