Katewrote a question about Marmot Gramercy Down Jacket - Women's on January 15, 2013
How long is this jacket?
How long is this jacket?
These are the most versatile leggings I've ever owned. Yes they are on the thin side. However, I've been tooling around outside in 35-40 (F) weather in these and was comfy. If you layer appropriately with these, they are an awesome wardrobe piece. (By which I mean, fleece and raincoat over top and warm socks and boots on feet.) I've worn them on planes, for going out and just walking the dogs.
This pack works really well as a regular climbing pack as well. All the extras strap on nicely to the back and the rope carry feature is outstanding. I took this through multiple days of scrambling, climbing and hauling and it held up really well.
Just got this jacket for climbing/camping/hiking in 40-70 weather. I have had trouble finding a water resistant jacket that was stretchy enough to accommodate for climbing and scrambling. I have a Patagonia softshell that is great for around town but is too stiff for much else. This one stretches more and costs less.
These are the best climbing pants I have ever had. Just wore them for four days straight at Smith Rock.
I really wanted to love these. But I tried them on under many pairs of pants and shorts and they just didn't work. The waist is higher then I'd like and there are weird stretchy panels on the calves. I bought these for a climbing base layer. I can imagine maybe they would work for running?
This shirt is a gift for sore shoulders from climbing. I'm 5'5" and about 130. The small fit perfectly and was a welcome warm and breathable layer for morning climbs.
Can icebreaker stuff be washed on delicate and dried similarly?
Wore this shirt for a couple of days through the California desert, Oregon coast and even to dinner. It keeps your core warm and is super cute as well. Kept me from getting a sunburn and did not wrinkle at all all bunched up in a duffel under my other stuff.
Really. I hate it. This hoodie turned me around. I wore it after work hiking/climbing/hanging out. Didn't get dirty or smelly or gross until about a week later. It is super cute and warm. Because it is prAna, it looks great too. It washes incredibly well too. Also for cotton, chalk comes off really easily. I heart this hoodie.
How water resistant is this? I'm debating between this and TNF venture or resolve to go over a light fleece and base layer. I'm in love with my Patagonia softshell pants.