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..Equipment for Life.. since 2005.. Welcome to Equipian, our previews, views and reviews! enjoy!

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this is little vest can do a lot more than meets the eye. with 700 fill power, wind resistant, water repellent, and ripstop material, it can still be packed down to the size of a softball. The left pocket inverts into itself, gobbling up the entire vest into a little zipped package. i've used this vest for over a year now, and it's taken me to the tops of mountains, edges of the oceans to the streets of hong kong. stylish and warm, i prefer this vest to many of my jackets since it won't heat me up too much especially when i get active and go hiking. it's also a super insulation layer, especially inside a wind breaker or on top another softshell. this is versatile, and performs whichever way you like. the other thing i have found useful is to pack up the jacket and use it as my pillow on camps. basically, the versitality of the vest will allow you to use it in any situation, making it an excellent investment. the good?. perfect size, multi use, light weight, very warm, packable. the bad? sometimes it's a little too bulky. the bottom line: don't know why TNF stopped making this, but it's out there if you look. [equipbug]

photo courtesy of www.mountainhardwear.com
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