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lummox

heads up on sumpin as bitchin as vinylove

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grundens makes a pullover that is sorta fleecy on the inside and is stretchy and totally waterproof with neoprene cuffs. it is called the 'sund'.

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I've got one of their 'brig' pvc raincoats for field work - those neoprene cuffs rock for keeping rain from running down the arms.

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i've used those things commercial fishing and for field work. they rawk. hey glacier what kinda field work do you do?

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Playing geologist, which means I'm occasionally standing by a drill rig in the rain, putting dirt into jars. I don't care what anyone says, 34 degrees and raining is the most miserable weather on the planet.

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I've got one of their 'brig' pvc raincoats for field work - those neoprene cuffs rock for keeping rain from running down the arms.

 

I use this at work as well. Hell with Helly Hansen, that shit is no better than the $30 pairs you can get at Kmart. Grundens is worth the extra $$$ thumbs_up.gif

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I don't care what anyone says, 34 degrees and raining is the most miserable weather on the planet.

yeah, 3 years in juneau, i know all about that weather. try ice climbing in it sometime. loads of fun thumbs_down.gif

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