Tagged: DWR

Patagonia Nano-Air Light Hybrid Hoody

Patagonia Women’s Nano-Air® Light Hybrid Hoody

Spring endeavors such as running, skiing, climbing, cycling, and commuting means that the weather can be spastic, for real! During my run a few weeks ago, I experienced thunder snow, sun, rain, and wind...

Helly Hansen Aurora Shell Pant Review

The Helly Hansen Aurora Shell Pant is the only pair of ski pants I have needed all season. They have been with me in the backcountry, during early morning skin tours up the resort,...

Patagonia M10 Anorak

Could The Patagonia M10 Anorak Be THE All-In-One Jacket

Initial Take on the Patagonia M10 Anorak I will come out and say this right off the bat, the Patagonia M10 Anorak is a pricey piece of gear! Will it be worth it? That might depend...

prAna Halle Pant Review

Versatility is a pre-requisite for just about every pair of pants that I own. I want them to be multi-functional, easy to care for, and flattering. Sometimes that list is difficult to fill with...

Patagonia Women’s Strider Pro Short Review

Initial Impressions Patagonia’s new Women’s Strider Pro Short 3″ is ready for the long haul thanks to storage, breathability, and extreme comfort. On my first wear of the Women’s Strider Pro Short, I took...

Patagonia Dimensions Jacket

Patagonia Dimensions Jacket Review

For the backcountry skier, mountaineer, or active winter sports athlete, Patagonia has recently introduced the Dimensions Jacket to help guide you through many of your winter outdoor activities.  The Patagonia Dimensions Jacket is a...

Patagonia Women’s Nano-Air Hoody Review

If you are in the market for a “do it all” kind of jacket, look no further than Patagonia’s latest offering, the Nano-Air Hoody. The Nano-Air is available for men and women, with and...