|__________ vs. ___________||Ahimsa|
Dec 31, 2001 5:50 PM
|Any of you fellow "All Weather" types might help me with this one. I have ridden wearing cheaper foul weather gear for years to limited satisfaction. I am finally going to scrape together the ducats to purchase a top of the line winter/spring wet weather "shell" jacket.
Does anyone use:
The Burley raingear "Rapid Rider"
Something from the Columbia Titanium line
Bellwether's "Storm Front"
Body Torque's "Zeppelin Rain Jacket" (Aussie company)
A. (Preparing now for the post freeze springtime wrath of the rain gods)
|re: __________ vs. ___________||gtx|
Dec 31, 2001 6:12 PM
|Burley Rapid Rider rules! Jacket of choice in the Northwest!|
|Jacket of choice in the Northwest.||Ahimsa|
Dec 31, 2001 6:16 PM
|I don't suppose that the Eugene Oregon manufacture has anything to do with that? ( ;
|Jacket of choice in the Northwest.||Trent in WA|
Jan 1, 2002 1:52 AM
|I live in Seattle and just ordered the Burley based on a chorus of recommendations from my friends. Trust me, in the Northwest, regional loyalty matters f*ck-all when talking about raingear.|
Jan 1, 2002 11:08 AM
|I guess if anyone should know about rain, eh?
|Jacket of choice in the Northwest.||gtx|
Jan 1, 2002 11:51 AM
|yup--it's whatever works best, and the Burley is the best rain jacket I have seen/tried. But I don't use it on mild or light rain days cause it's not very crushable.|
|Then there's Benoulli||Brian C.|
Jan 1, 2002 9:48 AM
Jan 1, 2002 11:07 AM
|Rather nice looking. Thank you.