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Re: EDIT: IR - LORPEN EXPEDITION POLARTEC / PLOFT 1 SOCKS- Chad Poindexter

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    Andy, Thanks for the edits. I have made the corrections that you have suggested and uploaded the corrected version to the test folder for the socks. Thanks for
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      Andy,

      Thanks for the edits. I have made the corrections that you have suggested and uploaded the corrected version to the test folder for the socks. Thanks for the help, and I hope you have a great Christmas!

      Chad

      --- In backpackgeartesters@yahoogroups.com, "a_henrichs" <andyhenrichs@...> wrote:
      >
      > Hi Chad,
      >
      > I would say write Polyester as the manufacturer spells it. Someone higher up may overrule me if they wish. Good job on your first IR. I have a few edits, but nothing too significant. As usual, EDIT=fix and Edit=think about fixing.
      >
      > Once these edits are made, feel free to upload your file to the test folder. Also, please be sure to delete your test file.
      >
      > Thanks, and have a happy holidays!
      >
      > Andy
      >
      >
      > > These socks are marketed as "insulated expedition" sock's that "have
      > > been engineered to preform in the coldest environments on earth."
      > EDIT: no apostrophe in socks, "perform" instead of "preform"
      >
      >
      > > This looks like it will be a very comforting feature as it will actually fit the contour of my foot more properly.
      > Edit: maybe comfortable instead of comforting
      >
      > > The Polartec Powerstretch lining the socks are very soft to the touch...
      > Edit: "lining the socks is very soft..."
      >
      > > These extra layers will provide comfort, as well as extra warmth around the toes, which is always good!
      > Edit: Be careful about reviewing the socks before you have actually used them. Maybe state: "These extra layers should provide comfort..."
      >
      > > I will be using these socks on multiple day hikes as well as a few
      > > overnight trips to a few state parks near my home town. I will also be using them on some daily walks, these mostly on paved walkways. I will also wear them on a daily bases just around town, to work, or just to lounge around the house. Of course I will take them off occasionally and wash them, as according to the directions provided to me on the side of the box. I also have an 11 day trip planned towards the end of May, so I should be able to squeeze that in before my LTR is due as well.
      > Edit: A test plan is not required for IRs. It's usually best to stick with what you have learned by just looking at the socks. It's often best to skip the test plan and just report on what you were actually able to do in future reports.
      >
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