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Heated Glove Liner

Iím looking for a good heated glove liner for my wife. She has mild Raynauds Disease so her hands are always cold. Gearing up for another Winnipeg winter so I figured itís time. Looking for a liner so she can use it under her existing gloves. Or should I just go full-on glove Any recommendations are greatly appreciated. Iíve looked online quite a bit but they all basically look the same to me. submitted by /u/RackSystem [link] [comments]...


How long until a jacket has been in stock for too long?

I am interested in buying a waterproof jacket. I've found a hardshell 3-layer jacket with goretex pro with a nice discount. The discount apparantly is because they have had the jacket in their warehouse for a year already now. Is it a bad idea to buy a jacket after it's been in a warehouse for so long Thanks for your advice. submitted by /u/efaron [link] [comments]...


Winter Jacket for Canada

Hello, I am looking to purchase one of the following two winter jackets: the RAB Nebula Pro or the Arc'teryx Proton AR. I intend to use these jackets for the following purposes: 1) as an insulation layer while skiing; 2) when belaying while rock climbing; and 3) possibly while rock climbing if it's cold enough. Also note, I intend to purchase a shell to wear over either of these jackets while skiing and while climbing so the rock doesn't rip the fabric. The use of a shell while rock ...


If you could have one of these jackets...

Hello all, I have been searching for a jacket for this winter. I have been looking for an all around jacket for multiple uses, I know this means I will be sacrificing in some areas but as I am not a hardcore user in any area, a jacket that does decent in most conditions is what I am looking for. It's been tough deciding between a hardshell and a softshell, I am someone that likes to layer but maybe a fleece backer on a softshell would be nice. ​ I would use this jacket for activities ...


Looking for a new midlayer/fleece for winter.

For the past 3 years I have been using a Smartwool 250 base, with the Kuhl Kollusion fleece as a mid/fleece hiking jacket. At night or camping in snow I have a down jacket and waterproof shell. At the moment I am in the market for a new midlayer/fleece and I am shopping on Moosejaw and Campsaver for past season deals. I'm looking for something that is preferably more wind resistant (tall order for fleeces, I'm aware). The Kuhl is by no means wind resistant but it was warm with another sh...


Please help if you have experience with wool!

I recently purchased a wool shirt that I love. But itís pretty itchy. I think the last owner probably washed it like a regular shirt resulting in the dry fibers. Everything online said to soak in cold water and gently rehydrate with conditioner or special wool conditioner. The issue is that the shirt has a few leather suede panels and says to only dry clean it. What should I do that will soften the wool without ruining the leather Is it ok to soak and condition despite the leather Please help. ...


SKU-8986lisd12514zz-line-skis Line Sick Day 125 Skis from Altrec  sku

Line Sick Day 125 Skis - 8986lisd12514zz-line-skis by Line

Item description: This Hiking Skis product is by Line - Used up all your sick days Call in dead, it's dumping! The 125 is our most playful, floatiest, easiest to handle ski for surfing powder while still maintaining plenty of control on firm snow. Capwall Maplelite Macroblock Early Rise Early Taper Early Rise Directional Flex Fivecut Lengths cm: 186, 192 Shape mm: 150-125-137 Profile mm: 17-3-10 (Tip Early Rise/Camber/Tail Early Rise Sidecut Avg. m: 20.6 Stance mm: -80 Weight Pair/g: 4,734 (186cm... Learn More

Manufacturer: Line

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