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Nonaligned in Boston

Nonaligned in Boston

White Mountains of NH, Cape Cod

Nonaligned in Boston's Bio

Hiking, running and remedial surfing.

Nonaligned in Boston

Nonaligned in Boston wrote a review of on May 21, 2012

5 5

I like using UV to sterilize water, so I have to bring a Nalgene Kanteen bag/bottle too (SteriPen doesn't fit in the Platypus' little mouth), but you cannot beat the Platypus bottles for weight & convenience. I love that I can bring an extra Platy for long, dry sections and then it just disappears into the pack when I don't need it. THUMBS UP.

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Nonaligned in Boston wrote a review of on February 3, 2012

3 5

I returned mine because it started to get a touch of polyester funk on the second day of wearing it. And that was a shame because it was comfortable, wicked well, and looked really nice--my girlfriend even commented about how sharp it looked for a technical shirt.

It was a tiny bit itchy. Not enough to bother me if it hadn't warned me off with that plastic-clothing funk trace. I'll suffer for a little bit of itch in exchange for several backcountry days without polypro toxicity.

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Nonaligned in Boston wrote a review of on July 21, 2011

4 5

I like this one as a base layer for cool or cold days. Like every wool shirt I own, it's slightly warmer than a corresponding weight of synthetic-only shirt, but not as warm as a 100% wool shirt. I get really hot when I hike & sweat plenty and this shirt is just too warm if it isn't cool out. But it feels great, wicks decently and DOESN'T GET STINKY like a full synthetic does.

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