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eladamar  
#1 Posted : Friday, June 21, 2013 11:28:14 AM(UTC)
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I'm going to TMB in late August, I realized I needed rain resistant clothing.
I have soptchl of Colombia (very high internal heat that returns with) my question is should also cover rain over this, and if so does anyone have recommendations?
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Yagil  
#2 Posted : Friday, June 21, 2013 3:31:51 PM(UTC)
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The basic idea in soft-he's * almost * water resistant. It lasts an average rain for some time (varies depending on the model, I've seen some that claim to be resistant to several hours of rain, serious), but I won't be totally resistant * *. The idea is that by this waiver will receive much more, thus eventually be less wet/sweaty.

So an average trip with soft-of normal, don't need a raincoat. But if the soft-f is designed to warm, I'd take something else to cover from the rain, or I'd totally exploited
arthur  
#3 Posted : Friday, June 21, 2013 3:33:33 PM(UTC)
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Yes it should.
If I were him I'd leave the House and soptchl takes place-thick fleece and rain jacket.
The style soptshlim have an average of 500 grams are not giving what solution you're going to deal with him in the Alps. Weather changes to rain likely.

The soptshlim are a very warm coats but do not give proper answer. You do get it is the passim or peaks (high spots with a strong wind). But the rest of the time it will stick in the bag.

I prefer what will stick in the bag will be much easier.

Recommendation? There are so many companies and so much that I can't even begin to deal with the recommendations.
Buy something that will be easy, don't buy a jacket too long and cumbersome.
Have ventilation zippers in the armpits.
Watch out for lashab to the technical coats niche designed for mountaineering and cost over $ 3000 remember you need something to protect against rain and wind.
Remember also that Gore-Tex is not the only one who gives up. The climb is an international name for himself in the field. Jackets with materials manufactured by the companies themselves give good response to rain and sometimes 3 times less. Arthur 41446.5297106481
easyman  
#4 Posted : Friday, June 21, 2013 4:27:16 PM(UTC)
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Rain suit has a jacket made of fabric breathes and FERRINO company of good prices and great quality
There are tours available in the zap information about shops.
I bought a MARMOT PRECIP rain suit pants are great.
The coat isn't something I of excellent FERRINO and fan.
זמי1  
#5 Posted : Sunday, June 23, 2013 1:18:30 PM(UTC)
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