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#1 Posted : Thursday, October 28, 2010 1:20:34 AM(UTC)
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I think what clothing to buy for backpacking, long blouse now for thermal iitoweit (polertec 100) of marmot, and now I'm torn how to continue this method layers.

The dilemma is whether to buy brass (polertec tramell probably Peru) and micro fleece (200) and hard of breathing or instead buy soft brass of provided to replace it with a hard rain of (as recommended in the list of outstanding Nimrod).

I'm torn about the soft-he's more fashionable spirit jacket? Is he worth his weight in backpacking which carry everything on your back for a long time?

Or is it better to go with the classic method thermal-micro-brass-brass-bronze-

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#2 Posted : Thursday, October 28, 2010 1:28:06 AM(UTC)
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If you travel to Nepal/India don't buy any clothing. Buy it all.

What do you mean hauling? What is backpacking? Most Israelis from guesthouse to guesthouse and porters. Write down exactly what your plan and we can help.
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#3 Posted : Thursday, October 28, 2010 11:59:01 AM(UTC)
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I'm going to ride it as well but for a different area of the world.
And this is a situation where I carry me home most of the time (between 3-6 days trekking to a hitchhiking from place to place)

Of course, if I had the money I'd buy TRICLIMATE TNF. It costs 1200 (and "C or more Europe cheaper).

So of course, thermal-idium set should be. But what about the other layers, costs already and there's rampage. These are the choices made by me:
1) icroplis and a raincoat breathing (I don't freeze in low-temperature before?)
2 icroplis spotchl) and clothing and heavy rain-set storm wear simple (not breathing)?
3) to get a thicker brass and hard of breathing
4) seen above SALEWA's integrated 500 extra weight comes up, which is fairly standard with brass (don't know the thickness, but more than 100 breathing) and the ardshl – whether it be enough and in addition icroplis else)?

Either way end up with 600-700 only publishing weight coat combo, thick warm clothing. (Thermal set add 300-500 dollars) Explize 40479.3996875
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#4 Posted : Thursday, October 28, 2010 12:39:46 PM(UTC)
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To carry on the back means I don't take small bag and a big bag, I'm going to turn around six months with 70 litre bag has all the equipment and the nature of my trip is going to be, I'm going to sleep a lot and to cook for myself.

The direction is South China, Mongolia, Nepal (most likely only here I use Porter Services)

I am looking for equipment as easy as possible, the jackets North pace is very heavy for me. Thinking backwards, but I'm going to be a very wet environment and I don't want to worry about all the time.

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#5 Posted : Friday, October 29, 2010 2:45:42 AM(UTC)
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Sounds like your nature trip going to be backpacker than walking. Your bag is going to fluctuate a lot on the roofs of buses, jeeps, porters and should serve you for a long time and therefore need to be more durable than lightweight and the clothing.

Best to buy warm clothing in India and Nepal, if you put a little less but quality significantly.
Case, the question but I will anyway: you need! Every backpacker has even softer which folded on a backpack, and it would be hard to find in normal quality East and here there's more quality.

In the hard-of if you're going to Gore-Tex or similar I don't recommend, it's expensive, cumbersome to more substantial manifestation of extreme climatic conditions and doing some exercise (but if you insist that I'm selling coat in good condition.)

My recommendation: thermal-set-brass-brass raincoat. Big thick flexible casing like doiter and oaoda, Leo Gregory and Alpine shells over in Throop, at least they're great but delicate style.

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#6 Posted : Friday, October 29, 2010 4:30:12 AM(UTC)
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You mean trench coat or raincoat nylon breathes. Standard nylon jacket that has a very low resistance and did not want to get stuck in the middle of the rain with an open seam

I close on most equipment, in this case ltoro 70 chose and although there is a lot of nylon RIP stop after the trail I think is one of the stronger cases I've seen, and I've been working in the field so I see a lot of cases.

I have no problem to get recommendations on jackets and products sold in the country.

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#7 Posted : Friday, October 29, 2010 1:11:04 PM(UTC)
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A concise explanation-and on what you need and what to take to trek.
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#8 Posted : Saturday, October 30, 2010 12:41:16 AM(UTC)
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Nepal is a great place to stock up.
Thermal shirt you have. Bought another one per night (for preventing a cold you should dry not dripping sweat set when you come to hotel).
Brass-I recommend manki from mountain ardevr's. Peru, polertec thermal jacket is very warm. Around Ladakh with TNF days then switched to TKA100 monkey. The differences were aroused deep-rooted fears. The drawback (benefits-heat, light, dachis) is introduced to the ghosts. Invite on eBay or buy at the store of mountain ardevr in Kathmandu (not sure they have the better model on eBay).

If you plan to stay in Mongolia and China in areas which lie at night (valid also for Nepal), you can buy Chinese imitation of a coat. Should be very picky and I check the quality of the finish and feel. It costs 3200 rupees and does the job. Compacted in tiny, lightweight and great for evenings of Mongolia.

Bronze-Thamel district of Kathmandu, search the Shona's alpine rental store and ask to buy a raincoat from HYVENT. Nepalese rupee 3300 and is worth every rupee! I went with snowstorms in Himalayas and monsoons in Laos.
Its advantages in its simplicity. Only two pockets that allow ventilation, too (they are best) and two vents.
The breathing is that coating used TNF company that operates based on hydrophobic (repelling water drops from a chemical standpoint), easy and hard coat, and went into a sack stuffed.

Regarding icroplis, I heard a lot of references, and some bought TKA100 days realized it.
Most of my time going to settle in Light weight thermal shirt and heiovent jacket from Nepal. While the rest wearing brass and a raincoat if winds and serious source terms (below) I went with 3 layers, thermal fleece and rain jacket.

Gore-Tex is thick, heavy and cumbersome and therefore not effective for conditions that in Nepal.
Is more appropriate. Why Nepal is in line with Cairo's morning there just because. The Sun less than Israel and the shiotsut you marinate in Gore-Tex. However, New Zealand or South (for example) even when the Sun is out, if you fall, you get cold and therefore preferred the name Gore-Tex (lined). Oded 40483.8216203704
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#9 Posted : Sunday, October 31, 2010 7:08:11 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for the encouraging details!

Do you know if you can get in the land of mountain ardevr fleeces- And if it's worth paying 600 weight on their brass although can get tramell's Aztec Peru or North pace in excess and functional for a lot less? I.e. what makes their brass so special?

Saw e-mail stores raincoats breathable thin and very light (not heavy like bronze), and I even saw one that says Hey wont so airtight in a very high level, and how it makes sense that is so easy compared to other coats and much more too ... heavy and hard really

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#10 Posted : Monday, November 1, 2010 10:55:41 PM(UTC)
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The country has slowly than mountain ardevr products but I haven't seen this particular product.
It is important to remember that the weight and the ratio weight/heat and also in price.
The advantage of manki from he lower weight, higher isolation level but do not invalidate others. I was thinking of low weight and good insulating ability, resistance to spirits.
Do your considerations and decide.

About raincoats, everyone called bronze. The difference between the light heavy weight in the linning it lining of his jacket (nylon, brass-like texture, or not at all), and the number of gadgets to have (different pockets).
If you want to go trekking in Nepal, I recommend a light jacket and breathing (iiovent, etc.) without a minimum outerwear and gadgets.

See hard coats adapted to colder climates like the Alps for instance or ski jackets or integration with prototype (elbows, reinforcement is strong, thick and durable). I think there is need for Nepal's popular trails.
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#11 Posted : Tuesday, November 2, 2010 11:30:52 PM(UTC)
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Thank you!

In a few months left on a trip I look iiovent jacket as easy as possible!

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#12 Posted : Wednesday, November 3, 2010 3:49:34 PM(UTC)
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By the way, is not the only firm hyvent.
Low alpine-they have their own firm triplepoint also called bosstz of hydrophobic coating. The difference with Gore-Tex is a Gore-Tex is a membrane lamination porosithe (Poros = shachovena, swabs to fill small holes) made of Teflon.
There is also another type of imitation Gore-Tex membrane called a quality eVent and is very costly.

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#13 Posted : Wednesday, November 3, 2010 4:26:54 PM(UTC)
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And the Marmot's PRECIP. Gets quite a few good reviews. Too bad their great weight coat with 600 itant network.
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#14 Posted : Thursday, November 11, 2010 10:51:16 PM(UTC)
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Well, apparently there was overnight travel branch of benm and products of between 40 and 80 percent, I purchased the TRICIMATE EVOLUTION of TNF jacket, there is also the so-called TAMARCK MARMOT's jacket that uses membrane of MEMBRAIN (not the MEMBRAIN STRATA is breathing from 4-5 what MEMBRAIN), which is a type of racing in the EVENT again because the disease is a layer of laminate (another type of war lay on the canvas But inside the rest) than they kind of coating of the fabric (spray coating, like a car). The I decide that I'm only going with HARDSHELL except where stops have brass but I really find that will replace HARDSHELL jacket wind and when necessary.

What I liked in that the PIT ZIPS TNF were bigger and airy, which stands between this membrane only, network
To the non-Jews that its outer fabric marmot more pleasant, but a bit more inner lined and more Saran Wrap (another layer is very thin and not very warm, maybe a bit isolated) but its really short PIT ZIPS (only in the armpit and beyond).

And since I go a lot and need protection against the wind most of the time, I'm asking for breathability, which ones have more sweat and indaf ishiar dry inside me???

You can change and tomorrow this operation (if still remain my size coats) made a smart choice with aiovent??
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#15 Posted : Thursday, November 11, 2010 11:57:59 PM(UTC)
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If you bother and Florentin ל"למטייל so go Alpine style too.
There are a huge variety of soft Red Sea to sea to sea otec and ten times what the team working for the traveler.
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#16 Posted : Friday, November 12, 2010 12:06:21 AM(UTC)
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BTW this was a branch for the r & d branch of the skis. Coats are very similar to branches, and that's how I would try either selection to choose from.

You say bschum I put in, can I get something more answering my requirements in Alpine style (die and aske??).
Meanwhile, as I have just the site of mammoth PACKAWAY that meets my requirements (folding hat and ardshl with a membrane Hong Kong DRYTECH)

It's not like I listened too it just tips the supply was not actually thought about buying something because it had the ability or the desire to Gore-Tex. The prsip took a requirement (unpleasant contact respiratory capacity is very low) and Alpine soaring prices or above 1000, not agreed to such a price tag.

So from the offer, and have no connection to the team of Alpine-style gear of aske or mammoth gives me a better value compared to TNF or MARMOT gear from abroad because it starts to get because there is no where to measure, and not in the mood right now to begin the session with repeated exchanges shipping.Explize40493.8942361111
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#17 Posted : Friday, November 12, 2010 10:23:48 AM(UTC)
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First, if you bought will resume.
A much better quality than the TNF in most models but also more expensive in Dar.
In Usk simpler heavier and cumbersome but does the job great and much better price.
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#18 Posted : Friday, November 12, 2010 12:11:41 PM(UTC)
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Get your recommendation reads, where also buying other equipment and examine the place.

Anyway if you can get back to my question, because this situation now and even if I could not purchase something more expensive than better-if anyone has experience compared to what I wrote a few posts above, I. (RESOLVE HYENT or VENTURE MARAMOT vs-two parallel TAMARACK that their difference to top)
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#19 Posted : Friday, November 12, 2010 5:34:01 PM(UTC)
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A very big fan of marmot, but this very quality company
Terry jackets TNF's kliimet is an excellent choice and their membrane works great and the strange feeling having a cortex.
As I wrote earlier I avoid products of marmot, don't like the design, fabrics, finishes and in my opinion and it's not my choice Marmot would.
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#20 Posted : Thursday, December 2, 2010 8:29:31 PM(UTC)
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I did a survey on the bronze. The sea sold in the country from different brands and I'm torn between the following models:

Marmot-prsip (from what I gather from this thread, his breathing so good)
TNF-iiovent thin coat (got bad reviews for opacity for low water)
Rghaus-G1 aquafoil (working on trying to find the errors of data and sealing without success, but I've got a very good price on it.

Anyone familiar with the foil or unable to find data on the Internet?

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