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Adiel  
#21 Posted : Thursday, July 14, 2011 11:32:51 PM(UTC)
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(For everyone).
To recall on N-Z If there correct time travelers do not need to prepare for the weather and to work according to the method specified above without too many items: thermal vest, fleece and rain jacket breathing give solutions to most situations that you encounter them. If there is a storm on the horizon-run the next cabin (treks usually have).
Soptchl-the garment with many abilities are grouped in one component without separation, and no "perfection" in any field. And therefore rely on it as a solution for a long time in my opinion, would be wrong.
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#22 Posted : Friday, July 15, 2011 12:24:29 AM(UTC)
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I recommend the method again, especially where Bauer also weather NZ in proper time not really stable.

High quality thermal shirt (recommend sub-zero) + micro fleece shirt (or whatever daily insulated)

Fleece jacket storm coat + quality (preferably Gore-Tex or alternative membrane) mainly because evaporation capabilities and product reliability.

Gottex saw something written, so it really depends on the type of coat but I don't think ... pcliit.

About soft who's debating this I recommend checking out the tecshl something combining several membranes and types of fabric.

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oded  
#23 Posted : Friday, July 15, 2011 12:49:26 AM(UTC)
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Look, I am taking what I had in Nepal as a reference point. The Trek I did there was generally above 4000 m but, and this is very important, but in Nepal, when the sun shines, so enough thermal lightweight shirt.
It is important to note that stems from the width of Nepal as the latitude of Cairo!

In temperate climate countries like New Zealand (especially South Island), in the doubles if not heated up too much shine
Therefore a raincoat that can be used as wind-Blocker can help. Don't forget that rapid warming balicha fast.
I think sufficient and three layers can be played. Lightweight and airy tzaill, brass or icroplis, and base layer enough to New Zealand. He's kind of soft and compromise the difficult rainy weather.

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#24 Posted : Friday, July 15, 2011 2:47:26 AM(UTC)
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The basic question I aimed it.

In from the cold, strenuous walk, over thermal shirt isolated layer is needed and the ability to move easily.

For that matter, is it better soptchl (addresses also winds and fog) or brass/icroplis?

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#25 Posted : Friday, July 15, 2011 10:55:19 AM(UTC)
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Basic answer almost everyone here watches is.

In from the cold, strenuous walk,
If you go with soptchl you cannot separate cosy layer Layer stops the wind and rain,
Therefore it is better to have brass and a raincoat.

Usually, even if, while walking to a warm body.

If it's really cold and go with brass (which is not necessarily clumsy than soptchl) helps brass body and heating,
The body remains a fan (precisely because no wind resistant plis).

I got to travel in Europe and South Africa,
In most cases not enough cold to go with brass. The brass and the trench coat I leave in place within and wears them only stops.
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#26 Posted : Friday, July 15, 2011 12:30:00 PM(UTC)
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I agree with me that this method of turning the rest to travel in "cold" weather.
The important question is how cold and how you feel.
There is a difference between walking on (5), (5) and (15) degrees outside, and thick insulation doomed the hiker.
In my opinion-in the range of (5) + degrees enough thermal vest while walking minute breaks to add high quality brass.
For most people it should — except for people traveling in areas of extreme cold-less than 0 degrees each day.
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#27 Posted : Friday, July 15, 2011 2:01:42 PM(UTC)
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I want to hone-when I went at altitudes above 4000 meters and relatively low temperature, the only time I had enough cold to go with a brass base and a raincoat, was overcast, with occasional snow falls and temperatures of about-3.
All shutter the track days to settle long-sleeved thermal shirt and a raincoat.
This is me. Could be hot. walking more than others. In the case of people who are more sensitive to cold, it is better to combine micro-thin brass between the layers to reinforce the isolation of the body. I almost wasn't necessary.

Speaking of brass-specific I encourage the manki (MONKEY MAN) of mountain ardevr. Is an isolated, dachis (when I wear it I feel cold winds-free like an oven), excellent but not stopping breathing strong wind. It is also easy to walk. I think it is ideal as an isolated portion of the dachbrano layers on it. I found it more effective than microplis.
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#28 Posted : Saturday, July 16, 2011 1:54:31 AM(UTC)
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So I decided to check the following option:
First layer shirt quality scam (someone recommended sub-zero. company?)
A second layer of Brass Monkey (MONKEY MAN) of mountain ardevr as Oded suggested.
The third layer is a simple trench coat.

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#29 Posted : Saturday, July 16, 2011 4:12:12 AM(UTC)
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Don't grab me by the word. Test and try and see if it fits you.
I'm very happy, but as stated, he introduced to the ghosts.

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#30 Posted : Saturday, July 16, 2011 2:37:58 PM(UTC)
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Sub-zero of sub-zero.
I recommend F1 +.
About-Storm Jacket I would recommend not simply because no simple breathing at all then I would recommend a poncho or a plastic bag (at least not expensive or possible).
In short it is better to invest it and be disappointed later in water from the seams or reaching out to death inside.
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