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Ro wrote a review of on April 26, 2003

5 5

I've taken this jacket to Europe, Alaska, and all over the 48, and it has stood up against everything. It's a solid jacket that can handle snow or rain, and all the pockets are a big plus (especially when skiing). A good 3-season jacket (or 4, depending on where you are) with lots of handy little details. The only drawback is the price, but the investment is worth it.

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Ro wrote a review of on April 24, 2003

5 5

I have literally lived in this jacket for days at a time, and it has never let me down. It's completely waterproof but so light you almost forget it's there; plus it packs down so small you can bring it with you just about anywhere. The pockets are nice and high, and it's cut long enough to go over any pants and to give you a bit of a seat. It's a straight-forward, no-frills jacket but still cut nicely enough that you could wear it out in public without being embarrassed (if that's an issue). All in all, A+.

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Ro wrote a review of on April 24, 2003

3 5

Don't get me wrong, the R.5 top is a good shirt, lightweight, warm, and comfortable. But so is the midweight capilene shirt. I bought both at one time or another and use them primarily on extended rafting and camping trips (so believe me, I put them to the test), and to me the midweight capilene and the R.5 are pretty much the same--except that the capilene's cheaper. Whenever I pack, the first thing on my list is that midweight capilene top. The R.5 is just an extra.

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Ro wrote a review of on April 24, 2003

5 5

I've worn these things rafting, hiking, camping, traveling,... pretty much everywhere except skiing or kayaking (unless it's just a sit-on-top). They're great for just hanging out in town, too. I bought mine when they first came out and I've loved them ever since. I especially love them on the river where the grippy soles give me extra stability on wet rocks. Don't know what I'd do without my chacos.

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