Soft Shell Vests
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The top soft shell vests, reviewed and curated by the Trailspace community. Stores' prices and availability are updated daily.
Recent Soft Shell Vest Reviews
CamelBak Men's ShredBak
I first tried the new CamelBak ShredBak hydration system in January at the winter Outdoor Retailer show’s on-snow session, where I also tested numerous tele skis and the new Easton snowshoes. I wore the ShredBak in its full configuration of inner mesh vest attached to the outer softshell vest for about five hours of skiing downhill on the teles, going around the cross-country track on skate skis, and snowshoeing over a wide range of slopes both on and off trail. CamelBak originally was to supply… Full review
CamelBak Women's ShredBak
The soon-to-be-released CameBak ShredBak, a softshell vest with an integrated, removable, inner hydration layer, was the most interesting new product I saw at Outdoor Retailer Winter Market in January 2009. Like many, I’m already a devotee of hydration reservoirs and packs for their convenience when hiking, backpacking, biking, and cross-country skiing. I also heard some very positive feedback from individuals who had the opportunity to test the ShredBak while skiing and riding at an Outdoor Retailer… Full review
Sierra Designs Men's Mica Vest
Best Soft Shell Vest around for us larger hikers and outdoor folk! Great style, fit, very tear, water and wind resistant vest. This is a hidden gem compared to Cloudveil Wister Vest! Full review
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