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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-11-2009, 01:02 AM Thread Starter
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taped seams. goretex jacket. about size large. was gonna use this jacket for hunting and paintballing but never got around to either of those activities. i've got an event jacket that i use for hiking so this jacket just sits in my closet.
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 11-15-2009, 03:16 PM Thread Starter
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someone on another gear thread was interested in something of an Anorak style that would suit their X/C ski activities. your HH Cotton/waterproof top my suit their purpose.
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someone on another gear thread was interested in something of an Anorak style that would suit their X/C ski activities. your HH Cotton/waterproof top my suit their purpose.
i don't think it would be suited for x/c skiing at all. the hh jacket is a non-breathable completely waterproof jacket. you would sweat like a demon in it if you did any extended strenuous activities. its the type of jacket that you would normally associate with a rain slicker jacket (the guy on the case of fisherman's friend lozenges would wear one). its a tough and somewhat heavy jacket meant for outdoor work that requires durability but not much exertion. its much more suited for sedentary activities in the rain/snow -- thats why commercial fisherman use them, horseback riders and tree stand hunters etc. for x/c skiing something breathable would be much more suitable.
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Hi;

Do you still have the shell jacket?

How much wear on the fabric?

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Do you still have the shell jacket?

How much wear on the fabric?

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yes i still have the shell. there is slight wear (almost imperceptible) on the outer nylon shell layer of the left arm just below the armpit; however, its minor and cosmetic -- it doesn't affect its waterproof-breathability. it looks like slight fuzz on the camouflaging outer nylon. here is a photo of the affected area (the area affected is in the center of the photo):

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