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IntheWoods wrote a review of on November 30, 2008

5 5

I have 3 of them in various colors.. Very simply the best web belt on the market. Far superior to the military's version I wore in the Marines.

If you want to size it yourself, a small hand held propane torch and a sharp knife is the best way..

Heat the knife until glowing with the torch, and it will melt and cut the belt to length.

You can use a piece of masking tape to mark the spot and to make sure you get a square cut if you like. But the weave of the belt makes this simple.

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IntheWoods wrote a review of on April 1, 2008

5 5

It's the original.

Even the military uses a fleece jacket based upon this design.

The fit unlike many outdoor jackets from the major suppliers is realistic. Made to perform in the backcountry, with layering, etc.. Not just made to look good in the store or for your friends on your college campus.

Take my advice. Don't waste your money learning the hard way, get the original. TNF Denali jacket. It might just outlive you.

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IntheWoods wrote a review of on March 6, 2007

5 5

If you do anything in the backcountry, or anywhere in the universe for that matter, this is the jacket.
Good for a wide range of temps using various double layering strategies. Blocks wind, extremely comfortable even by itself. Top quality. Simple construction. The Schoeller extreme fabric is incredible.
If you've never tried it you owe it to yourself to do so. You send all your old fleece jackets to goodwill. Simply no comparison.

Ridiculously thin, but surprisingly comfortable by itself down into the '40's, layered to much lower. Well below freezing. Add a gore tex shell on top or a down jacket, and it does it all. Perfect fit. Comfortable by itself into the '60's as well.

Incredible breathability from inside to out, but blocks 95% of the wind. Easily worth the price of admission condering all it does, and all the garments it replaces.

You still need a warm jacket to wear alone out in town, etc. when the temps drop and you don't feel like layering. But anyother time the serendipity does it in comfort and style.

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