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TeleKelley

TeleKelley

Western Colorado

Kelley's Passions

Telemark Skiing
Nordic Skiing
Backpacking
Hiking
Road Cycling
Ice Climbing
Mountaineering

Kelley's Bio

So many things to do in Colorado I have outdoors A.D.D.!!

TeleKelley

TeleKelley wrote an answer about on December 10, 2009

I have the predecessor to this jacket and...

I have the predecessor to this jacket and LOVE IT! I actually have damaged mine (long story) and have now asked for this one again this year. A small would be perfect for her as they are fairly true to size and she wants a bit of room for layering underneath. If not for that I'd say get an XS...but you want a little room. This is the only windstopper soft shell I have found that has pit zips, which I have found a necessary. I use this jacket ice climbing and on backcountry skiing...it is my "go to" jacket and can't say enough good things about it. I have the light blue and find that it gets dirty really easily, though, even though the color is gorgeous. I'm going with the green this time but it will probably get dirty too. The advantage is that you can wash it (in TechWash of course), but if that is a real concern (if she is as active as I am) go with black.

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TeleKelley wrote a review of on January 9, 2009

5 5

I got this PAS last year and finally had to get my boyfriend one for Christmas because I got tired of sharing it! As other reviews have noted, this system is exponentially safer than a daisy chain and so versatile. Ice climbing in the backcountry can present some pretty odd belaying angles and I never have to worry with this system because I can use any one of the loops. Relegate your old daisy chain to gear racking and upgrade now!

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TeleKelley wrote a review of on September 11, 2007

5 5

I climbed Rainier in 20+ mile an hour (gusting into the low 30s) winds with just these pants and a mid-weight wool long underwear layer and they were fantastic. Warm, waterproof, breathable and comfortable. I highly, highly recommend these for extreme winter sports. I know now which pants I'll be backcountry skiing in this winter!

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