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I actually own a pair of these and they do in fact have two front zip pockets as well as the back zip pocket.
This jacket is not zip-in compatible.
Since we don't have our own production facilities here at Backcountry.com we have to really rely on other manufactures to slap some goats on gear for us. This typically means we have to stay very niche with the season and we probably wont get anymore until just before next winter.
Unfortunately those two colors have already sold in that size and it doesn't look like we are able to get anymore from Niner.
This jacket does in fact have a drawcord hem.
With an eye/bridge/temple measurement of 69/12/115 cm these will fit a Medium-Medium/Large face profile.
Personally I don't have any experience with REI sleeping bags but it looks like the stuff sack provided with that bag is 8.25 x 18 inches. A good rule to follow is to get a compression sack as close to the original stuff sack size so that its not any harder to get the bag in. I would suggest you get this compression sack in size Medium but if you are okay with a little extra wrestling the bag in you could probably get away with sizing down to a size Small.
That 26 inch Center Back Length is for a size Medium. A size small would be an inch shorter.
There is a wide range of comfort levels as far as sleeping outside goes. Some people don't need anything more than a pile of leaves and sticks while some people need luxury campers. This shelter will keep you dry and provide some protection from the winds but bugs and other critters can come in and say hello . Personally I would feel comfortable sleeping in this shelter.
Have you ever been out at the bar with your friends and you're like "damn my seat is wobbly I sure wish I could fix it"? Now you can impress your friends by whipping your belt off and adjusting anything in the room.
This is sold as a set of two.
So there is actually no Navy on the White/Silver/Navy variant but that is what Nixon has named this watch so thats how we have to keep it on our site.
I spoke with somebody over at Nixon about this because I really wanted to know why they would make it so confusing and they let me know that they are going to look into changing the variant name.
Looks like in the past when this has shipped by itself it ships in our box that is 36x20x9 inches.
We do have a order pending with our buddies down the street at BD but I honestly don't expect it in until probably around the first week of April.
While the body of this jacket has the new ThermoBall insulation the sleeves have 40g of the standard Primaloft One insulation.
These are not waterproof but quick drying and water-resistant.
On a side note I suggest you changing your profile name to something other than your email address. This is a public forum and putting personal info out there is as dangerous as leaving your cellphone and wallet out on a bus seat.
It really depends on what your needs are but I would probably go with one of the two larger pots. The great thing about pots is they really don't take up that much extra room in your pack because most anything that could be displaced by the size could just be packed inside it.
This jacket in size XL will be just shy of 30 inches. The hood is already helmet compatible so you shouldn't need to size up to keep you noggin protected and dry at the same time.
This jacket with the DWR finish is highly water-resistant but could wet out overtime (but more likely as the jacket gets older). Honestly I think that this jacket be everything your daughter needs to keep warm and dry out on the playground or while out sledding on the weekends.
When the jacket gets a little older maybe give it a good spray with a spray-on Nikwax to restore that DWR finish.
Hey Anthony and or Ashley,
The cup is 3.9 across x 4 inches tall.