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  • woodswoman
    Justin, please change do to due ..then it makes sense! ***Gail*** **There is a pleasure in the pathless woods** - Lord Byron ... From: Justin Potts
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      Justin, please change "do" to "due"..then it makes sense!

      ***Gail***



      **There is a pleasure in the pathless woods** - Lord Byron

      --- On Tue, 6/5/12, Justin Potts <justpottsy@...> wrote:

      From: Justin Potts <justpottsy@...>
      Subject: [backpackgeartesters] Re: EDIT: Columbia Omni-Freeze - Justin P
      To: "woodswoman" <woodswoman2001@...>
      Cc: "Backpack Gear Testers" <backpackgeartesters@yahoogroups.com>
      Date: Tuesday, June 5, 2012, 12:28 PM








       









      Gail,



      on this edit,

      construction in high chaff zones" but it has extra seams do to all of the mesh panels. 



          EDIT: something is funny here...perhaps it has extra seams "in" all of the mesh panels. (eliminate "do all")



      Something was funny there, but 'in' didn't really convey what I was trying to say. I changed it to say this: "but it has extra seams do to all of the stitching around the mesh panels." does that eliminate the funny aspect?



      And as always, it has been uploaded to the correct folder here: http://tinyurl.com/6tx52oc and has been deleted from the test folder.



      Justin Potts

      -Pottsy



      ________________________________

      From: woodswoman <woodswoman2001@...>

      To: backpackgeartesters@yahoogroups.com

      Cc: Justpottsy@...

      Sent: Monday, June 4, 2012 5:09 PM

      Subject: EDIT: Columbia Omni-Freeze - Justin P



      Forgot to add "EDIT" in subject line :(



      Justin,



          Here are a few edits and then you are free to upload.



          But they also list two specific features that I am much more excited about:

          Omni-Freeze ICE advanced cooling

          Omni-Wick advanced evaporation



          Comment: It would be nice to know a little about these..maybe elaborate now or tell us more in your field report how they are supposed to work??

         

         

            The tags list the shirt as being 91% polyester and 9% elastane. In seven different languages i might add. 



          EDIT: Change "i" to "I", also it would read better if you combined sentences as the second sentence is almost like a phrase.



            construction in high chaff zones" but it has extra seams do to all of the mesh panels. 



          EDIT: something is funny here...perhaps it has extra seams "in" all of the mesh panels. (eliminate "do all")



            I do find it concerning though as it is very thin across top and it is not listed as Omni-Shade (Columbia's sun protective fabric). 



          EDIT: very thin across "the" top



            And I thought it silly to include ironing instructions... It could be that I am still just a kid, but polys do not wrinkle readily, and I do not think the wildlife or trail buddies are going to mind to much if my baselayer is wrinkled.



          Comment: Must be nice to be just a kid..enjoy!!...although some of us are a lot older and still like to play like kids..anyway I too think it is silly to include ironing instructions but manufacturer's have to cover all the bases for those who might be inclined.

         

          EDIT: Please end your report with a thanks to the manufacturer (by name) and BackpackGearTest.org



          That's it..have fun and stay cool!



          Gail



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    • Justin Potts
      Done. Justin Potts -Pottsy ________________________________ From: woodswoman To: Justin Potts Sent: Tuesday,
      Message 2 of 4 , Jun 5, 2012
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        Done.

        Justin Potts
        -Pottsy



        ________________________________
        From: woodswoman <woodswoman2001@...>
        To: Justin Potts <justpottsy@...>
        Sent: Tuesday, June 5, 2012 7:33 PM
        Subject: Re: EDIT: Columbia Omni-Freeze - Justin P


        Justin,
        Please change "do" to "due"..then it makes sense!

        ***Gail***

        **There is a pleasure in the pathless woods** - Lord Byron

        --- On Tue, 6/5/12, Justin Potts <justpottsy@...> wrote:


        >From: Justin Potts <justpottsy@...>
        >Subject: Re: EDIT: Columbia Omni-Freeze - Justin P
        >To: "woodswoman" <woodswoman2001@...>
        >Cc: "Backpack Gear Testers" <backpackgeartesters@yahoogroups.com>
        >Date: Tuesday, June 5, 2012, 12:28 PM
        >
        >
        >Gail,
        >
        >
        >on this edit,
        >construction in high chaff zones" but it has extra seams do to all of the mesh panels. 
        >
        >    EDIT: something is funny here...perhaps it has extra
        seams "in" all of the mesh panels. (eliminate "do all")
        >
        >
        >Something was funny there, but 'in' didn't really convey what I was trying to say. I changed it to say this: "but it has extra seams do to all of the stitching around the mesh panels." does that eliminate the funny aspect?
        >
        >
        >
        >And as always, it has been uploaded to the correct folder here: http://tinyurl.com/6tx52oc and has been deleted from the test folder.
        >
        >
        >
        >Justin Potts
        >-Pottsy
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >________________________________
        > From: woodswoman <woodswoman2001@...>
        >To: backpackgeartesters@yahoogroups.com
        >Cc: Justpottsy@...
        >Sent: Monday, June 4, 2012 5:09 PM
        >Subject: EDIT: Columbia Omni-Freeze - Justin P
        >
        >Forgot to add "EDIT" in subject line :(
        >
        >
        >Justin,
        >
        >    Here are a few edits and then you are free to upload.
        >
        >    But they also list two specific features that I am much more excited about:
        >    Omni-Freeze ICE advanced cooling
        >    Omni-Wick advanced evaporation
        >
        >    Comment: It would be nice to know a little about these..maybe elaborate now or tell us more in your field report how they are supposed to work??
        >   
        >   
        >      The tags list the shirt as being 91% polyester and 9% elastane. In seven different languages i might add. 
        >
        >    EDIT: Change "i" to "I", also it would read better if you combined sentences as the second sentence is almost like a phrase.
        >
        >      construction in high chaff zones" but it has extra seams do to all of the mesh panels. 
        >
        >    EDIT:
        something is funny here...perhaps it has extra seams "in" all of the mesh panels. (eliminate "do all")
        >
        >      I do find it concerning though as it is very thin across top and it is not listed as Omni-Shade (Columbia's sun protective fabric). 
        >
        >    EDIT: very thin across "the" top
        >
        >
        >      And I thought it silly to include ironing instructions... It could be that I am still just a kid, but polys do not wrinkle readily, and I do not think the wildlife or trail buddies are going to mind to much if my baselayer is wrinkled.
        >
        >    Comment: Must be nice to be just a kid..enjoy!!...although some of us are a lot older and still like to play like kids..anyway I too think it is silly to include ironing instructions but manufacturer's have to cover all the bases for those who might be inclined.
        >   
        >    EDIT: Please end your report with a thanks to the
        manufacturer (by name) and BackpackGearTest.org
        >
        >
        >    That's it..have fun and stay cool!
        >
        >    Gail
        >   
        >   
        >
        >
        >

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