Friday, 02 May 2014 15:01

Rab MeCo 165 LS Zip Reviewed

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To be honest Rab's not a company that's best known for its base layers, having made a name and reputation based around its down and insulated products, so when the MeCo 165 LS Zip landed for test and review we weren't expecting anything special. Even more so at the idea…
Overall View Once adjusted to the way it feels, the Under Armour compression top excelled in it's ability to wick moisture away from the body whilst still retaining (and even building) the degree of warmth. It's a new type of baselayer technology for the average outdoor enthusiast but it's easy…
"You look kind of ridiculous, but also sleek and slim,” says my partner, who is very familiar with my habit of trying on new outdoor clothing and wandering around the house feeling happy. This time I am sporting a seemingly brilliant new item, the Patagonia Capilene 4 Expedition Weight One…
Recently, my partner, known as the G-Force, told me that I had too many baselayers. He said my baselayer drawer was ridiculously overflowing and surely I needed to throw a few out. I nearly spat out my mouthful of wine at the suggestion and corrected him, saying I needed more…
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