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  g2d's quite correct when mentioned that
  Posted by: bigspencer on Jun-26-13 1:26 PM (EST)
 

-- Last Updated: Jun-27-13 2:13 PM EST --

GTX isn't NEEDED, but breatheability sure helps the comfort-level for us geezers. The simplest being, as some skiers still do, layer underneath the light, breatheable shell...to the desired temperature. I think Spring and Summer layering materials are the toughest to hit the "homerun" on, because there is more than one level of activity...going from the sightseeing walk to athletic work in the deep woods in high heat and humidity with the rain...and then the temperature (and humidity level) can often change...


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