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Testaduro wrote an answer about on February 27, 2011

Thanks for the input Hunter. Perhaps I should have been more specific with my question, or requested a warmth comparison with a more similar product, such as the Marmot Sharp Point softshell that I currently have.

To rephrase my question: I'm considering removing my Windpro fleece layer from my layering rotation on moderate temperature climbs and hikes (down to about 30F). I have a Primaloft layer that I already use when I'm much below that range. I'm looking for something that breathes better than fleece, and will fend off more precipitation (saving me from throwing on and off my Paclite shell during changing weather). I'm just wondering if anyone can help me get a bead on how much of a warmth trade off I will be making between this and fleece. I was planning to make up the warmth by increasing the thickness of my merino layer(s) underneath.

My Sharp Point softshell is cut too wide to fit under my hardshell and has been downgraded to casual wear due to age. Can anyone offer a warmth comparison between the Sabretooth and a Marmot Sharp Point (or advise what weight of Windpro fleece the Sabretooth would be comparable too)? Thanks.

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Testaduro wrote a review of on June 29, 2010

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As a long time gymrat, I've been downing protein bars since the early days of the concept. Builder bars taste really good, imho. I'm also a hypoglycemic so I have to watch the carbohydrate sources that I eat, and Builder bars do indeed give me some carbs without the insulin spike and resulting crash. That being said, for all you non-hypoglycemics, this means you can expect a steady release of energy from this bar. I eat them with an apple when I need some extra carbs, and some low fat string cheese when I need to bump up the protein.

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