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they are not skinny pants and they're not bellbottoms. there is a slight taper more than a straight leg would have by design.
The entire fabric is treated with a bug repellant. This treatment is effective enough to disorient some larger bugs, and mosquitoes are easy foes. Bugs may land on the surface and most won't know what to do when they get there.
Think: adding protection without adding heat.
20m Waterproofing on the shell
Absolutely! Many are sold for this application alone!
it's the everyday T that has so much more. this T protects from UV bombardment, fights the funk and moves with the body so easily.
grill is a washed down Gray, whereas the gravel is more green with a little brown added to the gray
this thing ROCKS. it's still too cold for many SSTs in the outdoors in Colorado, and i have snuck it into some gym workoouts. A little breeze and it helps your sweat work better for you. normally, I am a sweaty, soggy mess after a run indoors-- there's no air blowing by and it's not a good sight. With this new T, I feel the cooling occuring and it let's me feel more comfy as i run. I can focus on other discomfort... like a knee.
GET ONE A TRY IT. you'll come back for colors
when we get spread too thin at work, we suffer. when our persipration spreads out so thin, it works more readily and we feel drier and cooler. EVAP spreads out our persipration to expedite what it's there for... evaporate and cool.
that answer is awesome. "swishy!"
this is a polyester and it does SWISH. Nylon is usually the crunchy, crispy shell
my my wife has three of these... it sounds snobby and she uses each of them every bit as much as people in other regions use a single parka. It is versatile for the really cold times skiing, in the stands for a late season football game, and for the shoulder season mornings. It fights off the biting, super cold
that is a different fit block altogether. The armpits were relaxed compared to the Best Dam Down and there is greater freedom of movement
the build on the powder skirt and hood of the youth style are a "diet"version of the adult jacket. There is also the ability to remove the faux fur from the hood here and not on the youth verion as well as a greater number of pockets for the adults
It is a riding down jkt, capable of town styling and cold weather skiing. It does not have a membrane and is still quite water repellant
This has more generous of a fit and silhouette than the thermarator. I suggest the XS
as in 5 foot 7 inches? that is the sweet spot for the fit!
that's a tough one to answer and equally as dangersous. It has stretch for mobility and weather resilience that limits that stretch. There is a wild variation in stretch needs with pregnancy and how it's carried. My wife went straight out the front with our second, and out... er... everywhere with our first. In short, it gives you room to roam and likely not for the entire pregnancy
this will be amazing in those temperatures. What makes it a hybrid is the stretch panels on the sides, making it slim in silhouette as well as for layering. For the coldest times, I would suggest using this as a layering piece under a shell.
these are different jackets. You included the picture of the Parallel Peak Interchange that does have a lining piece (the SupaKaleida). this item carried in stock is a fixed insulation version
It is a black fleece jkt beneath the shell
XL if he will wear it in the colder months over a sweater or heavier fabric. The active fit skinnies it down.