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When I’m traveling on a trip that could include multiple weather changes here is what I usually bring along: I bring my Klim jacket which has zippers for venting on warmer days. When it’s cold I add a heated liner underneath or a windstopper fleece. When it’s super hot I have a cooling vest you soak in water and I will put that under the jacket, leaving the zippered vents open. I also carry a head wrap made by LD Comfort that I will wet and put under my helmet, open the vents in my helmet, and that will cool me down as well. A couple pairs of gloves, a set of neoprene for rain and elk skin, one lined and one unlined. Having heated grips also helps. For pants I also wear Klim. Depending on where I’m going I make a decision as to which pair to wear. I have vented mesh pants or Gore-Tex with vents. The Gore-Tex jacket and pants can be worn in all weather, unzip the vents to cool down close the vents to stay dry and warm. Base layers are leggings or shorts by LD Comfort. A cooling neck wrap helps in extreme heat.


Jane Bixby
Ludlow,VT
Friday, July 10, 2020
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Sevren
Street, MD
Friday, July 10, 2020
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Jenn
Street, MD
Thursday, July 9, 2020
Thank you all for your suggestions! My 50th birthday is coming soon and my man bought me heated gloves, so I'm good there! I failed to enter the word "armored" when I stated that I wear men's jeans (could't find women's where I live). But, I am hoping to invest in a women's pair of armored side leg zip 3-season pants. My Joe Rocket mesh jacket does have a liner but it still gets cold so I layer a fleece jacket beneath it. Just makes it a tighter fit. Does anyone have suggestions on a reasonable brand of 3- or 4-season pants with a side leg zipper?

Lisa Leonard
Keno, OR
Thursday, July 9, 2020
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