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  • Asyndeton Canaan Dogs
    Patagonia Women s Capilene & reg; Silk Weight Bottoms
    Message 1 of 12 , Feb 1, 2002
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      <B><FONT FACE="Arial"><P>Patagonia Women's Capilene & reg; Silk Weight
      Bottoms </P><DIR>

      </B></FONT><FONT FACE="Garamond"><P>Capilene Silk weight is marketed by
      Patagonia as being their fastest wicking, fastest drying and sleekest
      base layer, providing thermal regulation in sun and wind. Layer under
      endurance shells in cool or cold weather. </P>
      <P><IMG SRC="Image2.gif" WIDTH=17 HEIGHT=17> 3.5-oz. Capilene
      microdenier polyester.</P>
      <P><IMG SRC="Image2.gif" WIDTH=17 HEIGHT=17>  128 g. (4.5 oz.).</P>
      <P><IMG SRC="Image2.gif" WIDTH=17 HEIGHT=17> Gusseted Crotch.</P>
      <P><IMG SRC="Image2.gif" WIDTH=17 HEIGHT=17> Size large</P>
      <P><IMG SRC="Image2.gif" WIDTH=17 HEIGHT=17>  Color black</P>
      <P><IMG SRC="Image2.gif" WIDTH=17 HEIGHT=17> Made in (approx.)
      1999</P>
      <P> </P>
      <P>When I picked these bottoms out, I originally didn't have
      hiking/backpacking in mind as I am a cold weather weenie. I bought them
      for agility trialing, plus any other outdoor sports I desired to do. I
      was looking for a close fitting base layer that would stay put during
      any bursts of activity, and would wick sweat and dry quickly. I normally
      wouldn't buy an artificial fabric to wear, but I seem to be constrained
      by being generally poor, punctuated by moments of abject poverty, I was
      a little strapped for cash, and in a hurry as well, so I went with
      these.</P>
      <P> </P>
      <P>Two things I noted right off... The Large aren't long enough for my
      5'10" women's legs, so there is a gap of about 2" from my ankles, which
      I despise; and there is no elastic at the bottom to keep them in place,
      just self fabric hems. The XL are far too baggy to be a good layering
      candidate for me. Despite the ankle gap they are quite comfortable,
      especially with long socks, unless you are doing any sort of climbing,
      including stairs. At this point, the bottom of the legs started to
      creep up my calves a bit, giving about a 3.5" gap at my ankles.</P>
      <P> </P>
      <P>I have had the opportunity to wear them in a variety of conditions,
      for my area (Memphis, TN). I worn them hiking through Shelby Forest
      (moderately hilly), as well as along a bit of Natchez Trace.
      Additionally I have worn them on some rather cold days (for the
      Mid-South) where my activity was limited. If you are active, and have
      some manner to keep the ankles down, or aren't doing much knee-lifting
      climbing, they will do fine in moderately cool-cold weather, say
      somewhere in the range of 40-30 degrees, if you tolerate cold weather
      better than I do, you could probably go a bit colder. Standing around,
      however, they were only slightly better than being naked, okay, quite a
      bit better than being naked, but not amazingly better than the jeans I
      was wearing over them. It was 45 degrees, no sun and fairly windy. I
      have been caught in the rain with them, and they do dry quickly. They
      are also quite comfortable to wear in moderate weather, as they do wick
      sweat, and stay comfortable while running. They are also not bad when
      the weather could cover a wide range of temps, as Memphis is prone to
      do. They have been comfortable up to about 60 degrees, being about as
      warm as I could stand with them on.</P>
      <P>They say that you can wear them alone, and comfort wise I think you
      could, but they are VERY form fitting, and I don't care for that kind of
      exposure. </P>
      <P>All in all, I do like having them, and they have held up to quite a
      bit of wear without pilling, they still look pretty good, and if they
      were just a bit longer, I'd say for moderately cool/cold weather, they
      are a good product.</P>
      <P> </P>
      <P>Contact info: </FONT><A HREF="http://www.patagonia.com/"><FONT
      FACE="Garamond"></A></P>

      <P>My Specs:</P>
      <P><IMG SRC="Image2.gif" WIDTH=17 HEIGHT=17> Kelly Riggs</P>
      <P><IMG SRC="Image2.gif" WIDTH=17 HEIGHT=17> 31, 5'10", 150#,
      female</P>
      <P><IMG SRC="Image2.gif" WIDTH=17 HEIGHT=17> Memphis, TN</P>
      <P><IMG SRC="Image2.gif" WIDTH=17 HEIGHT=17> Novice hiker, Novice
      backpacker, occasional runner, agility & herding participant</P>
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    • Asyndeton Canaan Dogs
      Well, I failed my first email review attempt. I promise I did read the instructions. Advice would be welcome! Kelly
      Message 2 of 12 , Feb 1, 2002
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        Well, I failed my first email review attempt. I promise I did read the
        instructions. Advice would be welcome!

        Kelly
      • David Anderson
        Just wondering how you got that result? What did you write it in and how did you send it? What I do is write the report in an HTML editor and save the file.
        Message 3 of 12 , Feb 1, 2002
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          Just wondering how you got that result? What did you write it in and how did
          you send it?

          What I do is write the report in an HTML editor and save the file. Then I go
          into my browser and open the file. I select (highlight) the whole thing and
          copy and paste it into my e-mail program.

          This gives me a plain text version of my report for the mailing list.

          By the way I noticed that your report has a bunch of IMG tags. I think you
          used a fancy bullet point. Could you switch it back to normal bullets?

          Dave

          Asyndeton Canaan Dogs writes:

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          > Kelly
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        • Jerry Goller
          The easiest way, for me, to handle this when I have a report that must be both emailed to the list and uploaded to the files is to create it as an HTML as we
          Message 4 of 12 , Feb 1, 2002
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            The easiest way, for me, to handle this when I have a report that must be both emailed to the list and uploaded to the files is to create it as an HTML as we discussed, then open a blank email message addressed to this group. Open the original report in it’s HTML format and go to “Edit” on the top tool bar. From that drop down menu select “Select All”, then “Copy”. Go back to your new blank email message, drop down the “Edit” menu and select “Paste”. It will drop the text of your report into the email. Send it. Any problems or questions, let me know.

            Jerry

            http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BackpackGearTest : the most comprehensive interactive gear reviews and tests on the planet.

            -----Original Message-----
            From: Asyndeton Canaan Dogs [mailto:asyndeton@...]
            Sent: Friday, February 01, 2002 1:26 PM
            To:
            BackpackGearTest@yahoogroups.com
            Subject: [BackpackGearTest] Owner Review #1 Patagonia SW base layer bottoms

             


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            <B><FONT FACE="Arial"><P>Patagonia Women's Capilene & reg; Silk Weight
            Bottoms </P><DIR>

            </B></FONT><FONT FACE="Garamond"><P>Capilene Silk weight is marketed by
            Patagonia as being their fastest wicking, fastest drying and sleekest
            base layer, providing thermal regulation in sun and wind. Layer under
            endurance shells in cool or cold weather. </P>
            <P><IMG SRC="Image2.gif" WIDTH=17 HEIGHT=17>&nbsp;3.5-oz. Capilene
            microdenier polyester.</P>
            <P><IMG SRC="Image2.gif" WIDTH=17 HEIGHT=17>&nbsp; 128 g. (4.5 oz.).</P>
            <P><IMG SRC="Image2.gif" WIDTH=17 HEIGHT=17>&nbsp;Gusseted Crotch.</P>
            <P><IMG SRC="Image2.gif" WIDTH=17 HEIGHT=17>&nbsp;Size large</P>
            <P><IMG SRC="Image2.gif" WIDTH=17 HEIGHT=17>&nbsp; Color black</P>
            <P><IMG SRC="Image2.gif" WIDTH=17 HEIGHT=17>&nbsp;Made in (approx.)
            1999</P>
            <P>&nbsp;</P>
            <P>When I picked these bottoms out, I originally didn't have
            hiking/backpacking in mind as I am a cold weather weenie. I bought them
            for agility trialing, plus any other outdoor sports I desired to do. I
            was looking for a close fitting base layer that would stay put during
            any bursts of activity, and would wick sweat and dry quickly. I normally
            wouldn't buy an artificial fabric to wear, but I seem to be constrained
            by being generally poor, punctuated by moments of abject poverty, I was
            a little strapped for cash, and in a hurry as well, so I went with
            these.</P>
            <P>&nbsp;</P>
            <P>Two things I noted right off... The Large aren't long enough for my
            5'10" women's legs, so there is a gap of about 2" from my ankles, which
            I despise; and there is no elastic at the bottom to keep them in place,
            just self fabric hems. The XL are far too baggy to be a good layering
            candidate for me. Despite the ankle gap they are quite comfortable,
            especially with long socks, unless you are doing any sort of climbing,
            including stairs. At this point, the  bottom of the legs started to
            creep up my calves a bit, giving about a 3.5" gap at my ankles.</P>
            <P>&nbsp;</P>
            <P>I have  had the opportunity to wear them in a variety of conditions,
            for my area (Memphis, TN). I worn them hiking through Shelby Forest
            (moderately hilly), as well as along a bit of Natchez Trace.
            Additionally I have worn them on some rather cold days (for the
            Mid-South) where my activity was limited. If you are active, and have
            some manner to keep the ankles down,  or aren't doing much knee-lifting
            climbing, they will do fine in moderately cool-cold weather, say
            somewhere in the range of 40-30 degrees, if you tolerate cold weather
            better than I do, you could probably go a bit colder. Standing around,
            however, they were only slightly better than being naked, okay, quite a
            bit better than being naked, but not amazingly better than the jeans I
            was wearing over them. It was 45 degrees, no sun and fairly windy. I
            have been caught in the rain with them, and they do dry quickly. They
            are also quite comfortable to wear in moderate weather, as they do wick
            sweat, and stay comfortable while running. They are also not bad when
            the weather could cover a wide range of temps, as Memphis is prone to
            do. They have been comfortable up to about 60 degrees, being about as
            warm as I could stand with them on.</P>
            <P>They say that you can wear them alone, and comfort wise I think you
            could, but they are VERY form fitting, and I don't care for that kind of
            exposure. </P>
            <P>All in all, I do like having them, and they have held up to quite a
            bit of wear without pilling, they still look pretty good, and if they
            were just a bit longer, I'd say for moderately cool/cold weather, they
            are a good product.</P>
            <P>&nbsp;</P>
            <P>Contact info: </FONT><A HREF="http://www.patagonia.com/"><FONT
            FACE="Garamond"></A></P>

            <P>My Specs:</P>
            <P><IMG SRC="Image2.gif" WIDTH=17 HEIGHT=17>&nbsp;Kelly Riggs</P>
            <P><IMG SRC="Image2.gif" WIDTH=17 HEIGHT=17>&nbsp;31, 5'10", 150#,
            female</P>
            <P><IMG SRC="Image2.gif" WIDTH=17 HEIGHT=17>&nbsp;Memphis, TN</P>
            <P><IMG SRC="Image2.gif" WIDTH=17 HEIGHT=17>&nbsp;Novice hiker, Novice
            backpacker, occasional runner, agility &amp; herding participant</P>
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          • Asyndeton Canaan Dogs
            Patagonia Women s Capilene® SilkWeight Bottoms Capilene Silkweight is marketed by Patagonia as being their fastest-wicking, fastest-drying and sleekest base
            Message 5 of 12 , Feb 1, 2002
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              Patagonia Women's Capilene® SilkWeight Bottoms

              Capilene Silkweight is marketed by Patagonia as being their
              fastest-wicking, fastest-drying and
              sleekest base layer, providing thermal regulation in sun and wind.
              Layer under endurance shells in cool
              or cold weather.

              3.5-oz. Capilene microdenier polyester.

              128 g. (4.5 oz.).
              Gusseted Crotch.
              Size large
              Color black



              Made in (approx.) 1999

              When I picked these bottoms out, I originally didn't have
              hiking/backpacking in mind as I am a cold
              weather weenie. I bought them for agility trialing, plus any other
              outdoor sports I desired to do. I was
              looking for a close fitting base layer that would stay put during
              any bursts of activity, and would wick
              sweat and dry quickly. I normally wouldn't buy an artificial fabric
              to wear, but I seem to be
              constrained by being generally poor, punctuated by moments of
              abject poverty, I was a little strapped
              for cash, and in a hurry as well, so I went with these.



              Two things I noted right off... The Large aren't long enough for my
              5'10" women's legs, so there is a
              gap of about 2" from my ankles, which I despise; and there is no
              elastic at the bottom to keep them in
              place, just self fabric hems. The XL are far too baggy to be a good
              layering candidate for me. Despite
              the ankle gap they are quite comfortable, especially with long
              socks, unless you are doing any sort of
              climbing, including stairs. At this point, the bottom of the legs
              started to creep up my calves a bit,
              giving about a 3.5" gap at my ankles.



              I have had the opportunity to wear them in a variety of conditions,
              for my area (Memphis, TN). I
              worn them hiking through Shelby Forest (moderately hilly), as well
              as along a bit of Natchez Trace.
              Additionally I have worn them on some rather cold days (for the
              Mid-South) where my activity was
              limited. If you are active, and have some manner to keep the ankles
              down, or aren't doing much
              knee-lifting climbing, they will do fine in moderately cool-cold
              weather, say somewhere in the range of
              40-30 degrees, if you tolerate cold weather better than I do, you
              could probably go a bit colder.
              Standing around, however, they were only slightly better than being
              naked, okay, quite a bit better
              than being naked, but not amazingly better than the jeans I was
              wearing over them. It was 45 degrees,
              no sun and fairly windy. I have been caught in the rain with them,
              and they do dry quickly. They are
              also quite comfortable to wear in moderate weather, as they do wick
              sweat, and stay comfortable
              while running. They are also not bad when the weather could cover a
              wide range of temps, as
              Memphis is prone to do. They have been comfortable up to about 60
              degrees, being about as warm as
              I could stand with them on.

              They say that you can wear them alone, and comfort wise I think you
              could, but they are VERY form
              fitting, and I don't care for that kind of exposure.

              All in all, I do like having them, and they have held up to quite a
              bit of wear without pilling, they still
              look pretty good, and if they were just a bit longer, I'd say for
              moderately cool/cold weather, they are
              a good product.



              Contact info: http://www.patagonia.com/



              My Specs:

              Kelly Riggs, 31, 5'10", 150#, female, reside in Memphis, TN, Novice
              hiker, Novice backpacker,
              occasional runner, agility, herding, and other assorted dog sport
              participant.
            • David Anderson
              But that s assuming the use of outlook instead of what looks like (from the info in the header) netscape mail. Dave
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                But that's assuming the use of outlook instead of what looks like (from the
                info in the header) netscape mail.

                Dave

                Jerry Goller writes:

                > The easiest way, for me, to handle this when I have a report that must
                > be both emailed to the list and uploaded to the files is to create it as
                > an HTML as we discussed, then open a blank email message addressed to
                > this group. Open the original report in it's HTML format and go to
                > "Edit" on the top tool bar. From that drop down menu select "Select
                > All", then "Copy". Go back to your new blank email message, drop down
                > the "Edit" menu and select "Paste". It will drop the text of your report
                > into the email. Send it. Any problems or questions, let me know.
                >
                > Jerry
              • Jerry Goller
                True. She contacted me off list about another issue. I found out she was using Word2000 and had limited computer experience. I just assumed she was using
                Message 7 of 12 , Feb 1, 2002
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                  True. She contacted me off list about another issue. I found out she was using Word2000 and had limited computer experience. I just assumed she was using Outlook or Outlook Express. Assumptions can get you into trouble….    ;o) Thanks for pointing that out. I normally do it the way you described but I was trying to keep it as simple as possible.

                  Jerry

                   

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                  -----Original Message-----
                  From:
                  David Anderson [mailto:squtch@...]
                  Sent: Friday, February 01, 2002 2:16 PM
                  To:
                  BackpackGearTest@yahoogroups.com
                  Subject: [BackpackGearTest] Re: Owner Review #1 Patagonia SW base layer bottoms

                   

                  But that's assuming the use of outlook instead of what looks like (from the
                  info in the header) netscape mail.

                  Dave

                  Jerry Goller writes:

                  > The easiest way, for me, to handle this when I have a report that must
                  > be both emailed to the list and uploaded to the files is to create it as
                  > an HTML as we discussed, then open a blank email message addressed to
                  > this group. Open the original report in it's HTML format and go to
                  > "Edit" on the top tool bar. From that drop down menu select "Select
                  > All", then "Copy". Go back to your new blank email message, drop down
                  > the "Edit" menu and select "Paste". It will drop the text of your report
                  > into the email. Send it. Any problems or questions, let me know.
                  >
                  > Jerry


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                • Jerry Goller
                  It still has some interesting formatting issues though... Jerry http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BackpackGearTest : the most comprehensive interactive gear
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                    It still has some interesting formatting issues though…….

                    Jerry

                     

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                    -----Original Message-----
                    From: Asyndeton Canaan Dogs [mailto:asyndeton@...]
                    Sent: Friday, February 01, 2002 2:13 PM
                    To:
                    BackpackGearTest@yahoogroups.com
                    Subject: Re: [BackpackGearTest] Re: Owner Review #1 Patagonia SW base layer bottoms

                     

                    Patagonia Women's Capilene® SilkWeight Bottoms

                         Capilene Silkweight is marketed by Patagonia as being their
                    fastest-wicking, fastest-drying and
                         sleekest base layer, providing thermal regulation in sun and wind.
                    Layer under endurance shells in cool
                         or cold weather.

                         3.5-oz. Capilene microdenier polyester.

                         128 g. (4.5 oz.).
                         Gusseted Crotch.
                         Size large
                         Color black

                     

                  • David Anderson
                    I m guessing that it s just from the copy and the e-mail program not handling the word wrap very well. It s putting space in at the beginning of each line in
                    Message 9 of 12 , Feb 1, 2002
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                      I'm guessing that it's just from the copy and the e-mail program not
                      handling the word wrap very well. It's putting space in at the beginning of
                      each line in the e-mail program and then wrapping at column 72. I don't
                      think they will show up in the report.

                      I just tired it in netscape and didn't have that problem myself on my w2k
                      system but I seem to remember some issues something like that with 95 or 98.
                      I'll have to dig up an old laptop later and give it a try.

                      Dave


                      Jerry Goller writes:

                      > It still has some interesting formatting issues though...
                      >
                      > Jerry
                      >
                      >
                      >
                      > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BackpackGearTest : the most comprehensive
                      > interactive gear reviews and tests on the planet.
                      >
                      > -----Original Message-----
                      > From: Asyndeton Canaan Dogs [mailto:asyndeton@...]
                      > Sent: Friday, February 01, 2002 2:13 PM
                      > To: BackpackGearTest@yahoogroups.com
                      > Subject: Re: [BackpackGearTest] Re: Owner Review #1 Patagonia SW base
                      > layer bottoms
                      >
                      >
                      >
                      > Patagonia Women's CapileneR SilkWeight Bottoms
                      >
                      > Capilene Silkweight is marketed by Patagonia as being their
                      > fastest-wicking, fastest-drying and
                      > sleekest base layer, providing thermal regulation in sun and wind.
                      > Layer under endurance shells in cool
                      > or cold weather.
                      >
                      > 3.5-oz. Capilene microdenier polyester.
                      >
                      > 128 g. (4.5 oz.).
                      > Gusseted Crotch.
                      > Size large
                      > Color black
                      >
                      >
                      >
                    • Asyndeton Canaan Dogs
                      Well, I am using 98 due to some driver issues that have yet to be resolved. K ... -- Kelly Riggs Some scientists claim that hydrogen, because it is so
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                        Well, I am using 98 due to some driver issues that have yet to be
                        resolved.

                        K

                        David Anderson wrote:
                        >
                        > I'm guessing that it's just from the copy and the e-mail program not
                        > handling the word wrap very well. It's putting space in at the beginning of
                        > each line in the e-mail program and then wrapping at column 72. I don't
                        > think they will show up in the report.
                        >
                        > I just tired it in netscape and didn't have that problem myself on my w2k
                        > system but I seem to remember some issues something like that with 95 or 98.
                        > I'll have to dig up an old laptop later and give it a try.
                        >
                        > Dave
                        >
                        > Jerry Goller writes:
                        >
                        > > It still has some interesting formatting issues though...
                        > >
                        > > Jerry
                        > >
                        > >
                        > >
                        > > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BackpackGearTest : the most comprehensive
                        > > interactive gear reviews and tests on the planet.
                        > >
                        > > -----Original Message-----
                        > > From: Asyndeton Canaan Dogs [mailto:asyndeton@...]
                        > > Sent: Friday, February 01, 2002 2:13 PM
                        > > To: BackpackGearTest@yahoogroups.com
                        > > Subject: Re: [BackpackGearTest] Re: Owner Review #1 Patagonia SW base
                        > > layer bottoms
                        > >
                        > >
                        > >
                        > > Patagonia Women's CapileneR SilkWeight Bottoms
                        > >
                        > > Capilene Silkweight is marketed by Patagonia as being their
                        > > fastest-wicking, fastest-drying and
                        > > sleekest base layer, providing thermal regulation in sun and wind.
                        > > Layer under endurance shells in cool
                        > > or cold weather.
                        > >
                        > > 3.5-oz. Capilene microdenier polyester.
                        > >
                        > > 128 g. (4.5 oz.).
                        > > Gusseted Crotch.
                        > > Size large
                        > > Color black
                        > >
                        > >
                        > >
                        >
                        >
                        >
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                        --
                        Kelly Riggs
                        Some scientists claim that hydrogen, because it is so plentiful, is the
                        basic building block of the universe. I dispute that. I say there is
                        more stupidity than hydrogen, and that is the basic building block of
                        the universe. - Frank Zappa
                      • Asyndeton Canaan Dogs
                        ... Allrighty, I think I got it right now. Took out the fancy bullets. Turned OFF the html tags to copy all & paste. Opened & copied it out of the browser
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                          David Anderson wrote:
                          >
                          > Just wondering how you got that result? What did you write it in and how did
                          > you send it?
                          >
                          > What I do is write the report in an HTML editor and save the file. Then I go
                          > into my browser and open the file. I select (highlight) the whole thing and
                          > copy and paste it into my e-mail program.
                          >
                          > This gives me a plain text version of my report for the mailing list.
                          >
                          > By the way I noticed that your report has a bunch of IMG tags. I think you
                          > used a fancy bullet point. Could you switch it back to normal bullets?
                          >
                          > Dave

                          Allrighty, I think I got it right now. Took out the fancy bullets.
                          Turned OFF the html tags to copy all & paste. Opened & copied it out of
                          the browser (netscape btw), and pasted it into the netscape email. If it
                          fails this time, let me know in what way, so I can fix it as well. Oh
                          yes, I use Win 98, and the MS word editor out of sheer laziness, since I
                          do know a little html, having been forced to learn it from the ground up
                          :).

                          Kelly

                          K
                        • Jerry Goller
                          I made a folder for these under Clothes. Thanks for the report. Jerry http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BackpackGearTest : the most comprehensive interactive gear
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                            I made a folder for these under Clothes. Thanks for the report.

                            Jerry

                             

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                            -----Original Message-----
                            From: Asyndeton Canaan Dogs [mailto:asyndeton@...]
                            Sent: Friday, February 01, 2002 2:13 PM
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                            Subject: Re: [BackpackGearTest] Re: Owner Review #1 Patagonia SW base layer bottoms

                             

                            Patagonia Women's Capilene® SilkWeight Bottoms

                                 Capilene Silkweight is marketed by Patagonia as being their
                            fastest-wicking, fastest-drying and
                                 sleekest base layer, providing thermal regulation in sun and wind.
                            Layer under endurance shells in cool
                                 or cold weather.

                                 3.5-oz. Capilene microdenier polyester.
                             

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