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Sorel Tofino II - How well do they perform in the cold?

My normal "winter" boot is just a Keen waterproof hiking boot with lightweight wool socks (the kind you can wear hiking in the summer or winter). Over the past 3 or so years using them, I have had probably less than 5 instances that I can remember having cold feet while out snow-shoeing or doing other winter activities. That said, I have a chance for a pair of Sorel Tofinos II's at a pretty good discount. However, some reviews have left me skeptical of their warmth rating. Conside...


Patagonia down jacket lost its fluff

I used a washing kit to clean my jacket and I dried it with the little plastic static balls that come with the kit. It worked great except for I noticed on my bike commute into work this morning that one of the sleeves had lost its fluff. I was thinking about throwing it back in the dryer on a low temp with the static balls when I got home to see if it could re-fluff itself but I was wondering if anyone here had any ideas for things to try before I did that. Any ideas submitted by ...


Winter jacket for walking commute

I'm looking for a winter jacket that will keep me warm as I walk to school on a daily basis in Southern Ontario. I was thinking of getting some kind of pullover fleece to layer with a hard shell jacket. Would this keep me warm compared to something like an insulated jacket I'm having a hard time finding comparisons between the two. submitted by /u/PurpleGatsby [link] [comments]...


Adding a second specific sleeping bag to my sleeping bag.

Hi everyone, I've got a duck-feather stuffed sleeping bag, which I like for the price I paid it. It says it goes down to 7'C during extreme condition. Last week-end I went camping and outside it was as low as 2 or 3'C. So I had to put every clothes I had, including a full merino pant and long-sleeve t-shirt, a jogging, a ski t-shirt, a fleece, technic socks and my stuffed coat (not really hot). It was hardly enough. ​ I don't want to buy a second sleeping bag. Instead, I ...


Black Diamond Jackets

Hi everybody, So I'm new here but I was looking on advice for purchasing a jacket for the winter. I am from Nebraska so it gets pretty cold in the winters and I am also looking to use this jacket mostly for day to day wear but with the potential for skiing and hiking as well. I have some layers to work with under, but I am looking for something that would work as an exterior layer mostly. I am not super concerned with having a waterproof jacket but something that can handle some adverse weat...


Is there any of you guys include Smart Watch on your OutdoorGear Essentials?

Whats up, ​ Is there any of you guys include Smart Watch on your OutdoorGear Essentials Why do think it's a necessary and why not ​ Welcome to share your thoughts! submitted by /u/Cami611 [link] [comments]...


SKU-9847cahos17zz-capita-snowboards Capita Horrorscope Snowboard from Altrec  sku

Capita Horrorscope Snowboard - 9847cahos17zz-capita-snowboards by Capita

Item description: This Hiking Snowboards product is by Capita - One of the best urban and park boards in the game got even better for 2016/17. With a new RFC Sustainable Select Core, and proven Bitter End Deflection Tuning on the tip and tail, this Transworld Good Wood Award winner just keeps getting stronger. Featuring a throwback blunted shape with a shorter tip and tail for decreased swing weight, the Horrorscope allows you to size down without losing any performance. Team ridden, team designed, and the #1 selling board in CAPiTA history is a must-have deck for your quiver. Multitech™ Level 3 DeepSpace™ MidasTouch™ Metallic Silkscreen PAM16000™ Topsheet Sublimation Base PLT Topsheet Technology™ 360 Degree Steel Edges Full ABS Sidewalls Bitter End Deflection Tuning NEW! Stainless Steel 4 x 2 Inserts NEW! RFC Sustainable Select Core™ Form 6 Foberglass New! Plant Based Evo Resin HMC Extruded Base Bomb-Proof Bonding Component Rider Type: Urban and Park Camber Type: Urban Profile Flex: 4/10... Learn More

Manufacturer: Capita

Keywords: Snowboards

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Store: Altrec.com has been serving the outdoor internet community since 1996. We have thousands of bikes, snowboards, skis, boots, bindings, clothing, and accessories in stock and at your fingertips.

Category: Snowboards

$277.95

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