Thanks for the edits. Bunch of bonehead mistakes, but I am glad you caught
them all. And thanks for the name "tethered spring tension cord-lock." I
was having a moment and couldn't recall exactly what that is called. J
Uploaded to the folder and deleted the test file. Thanks again!
] On Behalf Of Ray
Sent: Friday, December 02, 2011 7:06 AM
Subject: [BackpackGearTest] Edit/Approval: OR - Marmot Guides Down Sweater -
Thanks for the OR, your edits will follow. Once made you can upload to:
Reviews > Clothing > Jackets > Marmot Guides Down Sweater
I used to have one of these too, but they added the "Guides" to the name.
They are nice.
***Manufacturer's Website: www.marmot.com
EDIT: this link is wrong, it goes nowhere
*** is a 650-Fill down sweater with a full length zipper on the front. 650
-Fill refers to the down quality;
EDIT: no cap on "fill"
*** The down is held in place by 6 in (15 cm) tubular baffels that run
horizontally across the sweater,
EDIT: "baffles" and I would drop "tubular" as the baffles are actually just
the material that separates the down into the horizontal sections, while
tubular means that it is a cylindrical shape. (Most baffles are square or
*** The amount of the fill as well as it's loft
***The sleeves use a box wall baffel construction;
***The other adjustable are is the waist hem,
EDIT: I think this needs to be reworded ;-)
*** The draw cord is secured in place with a quick release that is anchored
to the jacket.
Edit: a quick-release buckle is like a Fastex that comes apart. I thought
the sweater uses a tethered spring-release cord-lock. Is that what you have?
*** One provides care instructions, two have fabric information, one states
the down lot number and the last has a bunch of numbers, which I presume is
EDIT: some, what? We want to know.
***My hiking and backpacking takes my high up in the Colorado Rockies
EDIT: takes "me"
***The Guide has accompanied my up dozens of mountains
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