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#1 Posted : Sunday, November 21, 2010 10:23:08 PM(UTC)
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Prior to purchase, I wanted to replace my one thermal clothing as possible and used me.

I love the SUBZERO I have other equipment parts they already have me decade-and I really like them, but they stopped bringing factor 1 abroad and leftover factor 1 plus and especially the factor 2.
There is a significant difference between the standard 1 plus 1?
Mostly I love the touch of her body which is not itchy and I love that he doesn't smell even after three days of hiking and Ltd or not I'm sweaty and smelly (using silver ions that are attached only sonicatia process-don't know if it works or not, but it doesn't smell)

I also heard very positive opinions and opinions mostly don't stink that LOWE's attire ALPIN also DRYFLO users.

I saw a friend I haven't seen her named TERRMOR-you know what? How is she? Its synthetic fabric was a bit-even though I measured it it is a hand.

(Of course you can order international official site, but don't have enough time between ordering me to do and the time it gets here-and I miss the shipment, customs release.
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#2 Posted : Monday, November 22, 2010 1:25:41 AM(UTC)
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I bought Kraft and I'm very happy with it. 200 weight for light weight
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#3 Posted : Monday, November 22, 2010 1:40:33 AM(UTC)
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About sub-zero-one thermal clothing brands of my favorites.
Factor 1-evaporates, primarily designed for very active activity.
Stop importing because of general benefit compared to operational benefits, residuals.
Factor 1 +? actually superior integration and evaporation to maintaining body temperature even under intense daily activity and passive.
Actually the factor 1 (also in terms of price).
Factor 2-see the inner layer and fleece fabric evaporates in.
Very hot, great for people suffering from cold, but when doing a task, may be too hot.
Although expensive, but worth every penny-find old model costs about 50% less than the new price, the difference is in the design and some fabric.
There are also hats and gloves just balaclavas.
As far as I know not where, but I integrated massive money and tell my Cristal less smell than others.
In summary-recommend factor 1 +.
About TERRMOR-I don't know, I haven't seen anywhere, I would love to learn.
-CRAFT, although employees seem very thin.
A-rod is great, but very expensive.
Grbiti-work really well, it becomes a stinky after 15 minutes or so expensive why it's worth really.
TNF-work really well.
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#4 Posted : Monday, November 22, 2010 2:20:57 AM(UTC)
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Where can I find old surplus? I'd love to know, because I have to buy next week after the fateful test.
If we go on one factor, as clothing for sleeping factor 2 do insulated jacket instead of else I should take with me (or bombastic brass everybody buy there weight and forget to restock it on themselves?) in high places later on when I get them like the Gambia, Peru and off??

American clothing company TERRMOR, now chchash in first all-at least what I saw in his eyes.

Kraft-I heard about this recommendation, but I don't have anyone to measure about how they smell after use.
About Lowe Alpine heard it works the same way-you have a recommendation?

By Silver ions-read some tech in the official website and would Hare and see they write it — and a chemist and a biologist I can testify that at least works on academic research examples of cotton (how our researchers that their highlight-injection routes of pigeons (lint) into the fabric are the ones that are different between a researcher to researcher-and therefore the durability of the pigeons in the fabric is varies depending on treatment)
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#5 Posted : Monday, November 22, 2010 10:52:24 AM(UTC)
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I know it works!!!
Guess silver fibers are refusing new zero that a year ago wasn't, except bdgami and another model.
I was glad to hear that there is massive money.
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#6 Posted : Monday, November 22, 2010 1:19:57 PM(UTC)
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About the Kraft-they don't smell after a few days without replacement.
However, hand-washing kind sucks because the fibers absorb lots of water and the manual not blackmail.
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#7 Posted : Monday, November 22, 2010 1:46:12 PM(UTC)
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Cheer-liite's model do you have? ZERO- ZERO EXTREME??

Encourage and thank you for the information.

I ask again, didn't get hummus before I decided it made the most sense to me, although I have no experience in the subject:

As clothing for sleeping and to static conditions tonight, is a factor 2 to do the job instead of isolated jacket else I should take with me (like thick brass – almost – where no bombastic restock it?) in high places later on when I get them like the Gambia, Peru and off??
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#8 Posted : Monday, November 22, 2010 9:51:57 PM(UTC)
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The bulk of my shirt says "ventilation" L1 and the shirt was warm enough to sleep with her in a sleeping bag.
I don't know about, but in the Himalayas that was fine.

If you feel cold, maybe you should buy one shirt a minute to walk (active conditions) and one medium.
Regarding the above, if you are considering taking one bought. Heat, light and tiny in size compressed. I bought one in Nepal, and it was a pleasure.
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#9 Posted : Monday, November 22, 2010 10:21:28 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for the reply encouraged,
I am not considering taking this coat, I think thermal shirt, a raincoat and icroplis do not work at temperatures below freezing, at least at the beginning of the trip (Patagonia) if we later bought what is according to price and source (of course in priority).

Asked about MIDLAYER thermal, because I know most likely wouldn't find normal thermal power, and I may also find one during the trip-but I know you won't mind taking such a country (lightweight and less physically) if it will solve my problem of twilight in the mountains where the temperature drops and the Sun disappears and time before entering, and I don't like carrying around large jackets and probably doesn't have the budget to buy a jacket (I don't run With coats so to me it would be a one-time usage of the above I get about capital thermal clothing more useful to me)

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#10 Posted : Friday, November 26, 2010 11:02:24 PM(UTC)
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I need help choosing a heat to travel to Western Europe.

I'm heading to Amsterdam next week, and the temperature is between minus 2/4 up to 4/6.

I suffer from cold.

The task is not going to be the intense mostly street walk.

What do you recommend to buy? Shirt and pants, or anything ikroplis style? Or a combination of both? (Or even tights)

I realized that most online thermal underwear (e.g. AZTECH and CAMPTOWN) is ' active ' and help insulate heat.

I'd love to recommendations and help!

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#11 Posted : Saturday, November 27, 2010 1:14:36 AM(UTC)
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If that big idiot to walk down the street to get frothy and coat under a thin shirt t shirt tops so you can spread throughout the bar and drink beer.

To spy or thick cotton corduroy that 0, again, go somewhere and die of heat with thermal clothing.

Most importantly warm and thick socks shoe loner than frozen sidewalk, gloves and a balaclava fleece.

I wouldn't wear tights that as soon as you get in some place will suffer severely.

Cold? Enter the SIP a beer/coffee, cognac, Gin. And going out again. Just be sure to urinate wherever possible.

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