EDIT/APPROVAL: LTR - Big Sky Warm n Cozy Pants - Leesa
- Hi Leesa -
Your LTR looks good overall - I have just a few edits, given below.
If you do any substantial rewriting or additions, run it by me one
last time; otherwise, you're free to post when you've addressed my
edits and suggestions.
Thanks for taking over this series - sounds like a nice product, and
I've appreciated your reports!
We have had approximately 4 in (10 cm)
of rain in the last four weeks.
***EDIT COMMENT: This and the following descriptions of all the rain
you'd had before, plus your statement "haven't had any opportunities
to wear these pants in the rain since my Field Report" didn't appear
to jibe at first glance. I probably just read it wrong the first time
around (obviously it could have rained, but you didn't get a chance to
get out into the wet weather), but consider rewording slightly to make
clear what you want to say about the weather during Long Term testing,
and what you actually got to experience.
Later in the test period when the
weather warms, I will be looking at how much heat builds up inside the
***EDIT: Looks like you missed this one since the FR; what did you find?
How breathable are they?The pants keep my legs dry in all but the
heaviest downpours. They also block wind very well. I haven't had a
problem with excessive heat, even when worn in warm, humid weather.
***EDIT SUGGESTION: These seem out of order coming after the comment
on heat buildup and also referencing your list of questions; consider
rewording so that your answers are in the order of questions posed, or
even placed after each question
SummaryI've found these pants to be a great addition to my pack.
***EDIT: Probably a Yahooism, but make sure there's a line break
The Warm-n-Cozy pants have definitely earned their (very
small) place in my pack.
***EDIT SUGGESTION: Consider "very compact" or some other wording to
eliminate the possible other meanings that some might find in the
current wording (e.g. "small" could mean "compact" or it could mean
"relatively unimportant" or "infrequently used"; that said, I'll leave
this entirely up to you)
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