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  1. Thinking of using my pertex equilibrium windshirt with pile fleece as a homemade pertex pile combo. What I think I want I can't find, a simple fleece with pile on the inside and smooth surface on the outside. I have a montane extreme smock and it's pile is made in this way and it works very well. I suspect pile on both sides or only on the outside would not work as well moving moisture inside out. Also Is waffle fleece better or worse than pile? Also Dont want any sort of wind blocker fleece. Alternatively I am using brynje mesh thermal top which works very well under the windshirt. Would I be better off to double up on the brynje mesh, if colder, or in more rain ? That seems a lighter option. Thanks
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