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L.H.

L.H. wrote a review of on December 13, 2006

5 5

This insulated softshell is a beauty. Northern New England and Northern N.Y. skiing can be brutally cold, which makes this a great choice for cold weather outings. I have skied whiteface mountain in -18 and never got a chill. No need for a mid layer- you simply choose your base layer wisely. When it's in the single digits or colder, I wear a heavy base layer such as a power stretch top, and go ligher on warmer days. Too many layers and you will overheat. Rugged construction that keeps the wind out and breathes quite well. When it warms up I go to the Cloudveil Serendipity softshell jacket, which is a very versatile jacket that works in almost all conditions. These softshells can even take light rain. I gave my hardshells away years ago. No one does softshells like Cloudveil. Think Snow!

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L.H.

L.H. wrote a review of on September 5, 2006

5 5

I'm a 50 year young alpine/backcountry skier who has had his share of technical jackets over the years. We get a lot of diverse weather in New England, and unless the temp drops down in the single digits I use this softshell for everything. Very stretchy, breathable and can even handle wind quite well. Having an insulated softshell like the zero G or the spacewalk is great for very cold conditions but for everything else I reach for the serendipity. Unbeatable!! L.R.

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