RZ wrote an answer about The North Face Cipher Windstopper Jacket - Men's on September 14, 2009
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This is just as described. I have been using this skiing for the last two years, and love it for the accessibility and low profile. I don't bother with the waist belt and don't really see any need for it unless your are jogging. This probably won't carry a jacket, but is great for all your "stuff". It has two zippered compartments. It has a mesh pocket inside to secure an optional hydration bladder, and a slot for the hose to go through. There is a ring on the shoulder strap to secure the hose.
You better have a high ceiling in your garage. This makes removal a one person job. You can make one of these just with pulleys and a rope if you want to save some money.
These are heaver duty than they look, in that they are a stiff shoe. They are good for casual wear but the reason to buy these is for a good light hiker in wet conditions. I would suggest you order a half size bigger.
This is a good shirt if you want a lightweight layer. It is wool with the thickness of a cotton t-shirt, which was too thin for me. If you want a thicker shirt that is similar go with the Ibex Shak.
If you want wool this is the shirt. Great mid layer but could also be worn as a base layer. Weave is tight and is good quality. This is a good fitting garment too.. The only negative for me was the top of the zipper was a bit irritating on the neck.