great uncle bulgaria wrote:fully waterproof and fully breathable are mutually exclusive IMO
I'm just running some tracks in Fiordland and want to be prepared. Could be on tracks for up to ten hrs.
scatter wrote:kezza2112 wrote:Best bet would be to wear quality merino underneath along with a good windbreaker??
danose wrote:scatter wrote:kezza2112 wrote:Best bet would be to wear quality merino underneath along with a good windbreaker??
blerk - either you people don't sweat much or don't mind running in a heavy water logged merino!!
great uncle bulgaria wrote:I sweat vast amounts but would rather rather run in soggy merino than anything else - in fjordland anyway. (although i do have a nostalgic love of stinking poly-pro )
kezza2112 wrote:Can anyone recommend a good waterproof running jacket?
I have a basic marmot one which I bought for $250 for Kepler while back but although its seam sealed and meant to be waterproof, it doesn't withstand being in the rain for a few hours
I take it Gortex is the way, but are there any good light weight ones that will bundle up into your backpack?
Is the Storm trooper any goodfrom Ground effect?
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