Outdoor Research Sonata Ultra Hooded Down Jacket - Tested & Reviewed

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Outdoor Research Women's Sonata Hooded Jacket

20% off one full price item with coupon code MY20 for a limited time! Shop now: https://www.backcountryedge.com/?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=description&utm_content=MY20 (Some brand exclusions apply. See website for details.) Check out the Outdoor Research Women's Sonata Hooded Jacket at Backcountry Edge: https://www.backcountryedge.com/women-s-sonata-hooded-jacket.html The ultra-lightweight, packable Outdoor Research Women's Sonata Hooded Jacket is a technical, insulated jacket that is perfect for snowsports or cold-weather climbing. It also looks great, making it a jacket you might reach for even in the frontcountry.

MSR FreeLite 3 Lightweight Tent Setup & FULL RAIN TEST

I've owned various NorthFace, Marmot, REI, and Coleman tents over the years. This is a full walk through of this MSR FreeLite 3 tent, which we purchased from REI in 2016. The tent weighs in at 3 lbs. 7 oz in the stuff sack with everything included (rain fly, stakes, tent, and lines), which is the main reason we bought this lightweight tent for an upcoming trip in the back country. Before buying this tent, we considered tents from Big Agnes, Mountain Hardware, and Nemo. We also considered using our 4 person REI tent, but it comes in at 7 lbs. UPDATE, AUGUST 2016: We have returned this tent because it is horribly flawed in terms of the design. I describe why we (sadly!) ended up having to return this tent via text bubbles on the screen of the video. It's too bad, as I liked this tend during the initial tent. It just ended up being a miserable tent for 3 people to use. Support and follow me: ✯ Buy me a coffee ➠ http://www.ko-fi.com/metaspencer ✯ Patreon ➠ https://www.patreon.com/metaspencer ✯ Instagram ➠ https://www.instagram.com/metaspencer ✯ Facebook ➠ https://www.facebook.com/metaspencer ✯ Amazon shop: https://www.amazon.com/shop/metaspencer Some of my other videos: ✯ Shelter ➠ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sbp_DWguFNA ✯ Home Gym ➠ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qoGUe80HcCk ✯ Bush Hog ➠ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tDiZ7aigh-I ✯ Trekking Pole Mod ➠ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKvk-P5RkyE ✯ Hitch Install ➠ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJRPtq0cYhY Feel free to share my videos … and thanks!

OR Foray Jacket

weighing 15.7 oz. the Outdoor Research Foray jacket is a decent lightweight gortex shell that can easily be integrated into any backpacking or EDC system, check it out at http://www.outdoorresearch.com/site/m_s_foray_jacket.html

ISPO 2018 - Outdoor Research - Alpine Down Jacket

An 800 fill down jacket in a box-baffled construction for optimised insulation and weather resistance. This is a big duvet with big performance for use in extreme temperatures, or just when you are belaying in the cold! The sleeves and upper sections have highly water resistant fabric meaning you can wear it for longer in light rain and snow. It also packs into its own pocket for clipping to a harness or easy stowing in your rucksack.

Garment Sizes & Layering

Do you have difficulties when shopping online for garments as you're unsure of sizes and fit? In this video I shed light on what sizes garments should be when you buy them, from baselayer to expedition down parka! Garments worn in the video: Baselayer: Arc'teryx Sarix Shirt http://bit.ly/1gnu39I Fleece: Haglöfs Triton II Hoody http://bit.ly/1s6TsgW Windjacket: The North Face Verto Pro Jacket http://bit.ly/1dQJf4p Hardshell: Norrøna Falketind Gore-Tex Jacket http://bit.ly/Ph9y8m Synthetic insulation: Marmot Isotherm Hoody http://bit.ly/1dQJDzH Down jacket: Mountain Equipment Vega Jacket http://bit.ly/1hh35k8 Black Diamond Alpine Start Hoody: http://bit.ly/1hztiz1 Arc'teryx Alpha Comp Jacket: http://bit.ly/1i1Tqip For more on layering and dressing, read my layering guide for winter: http://hikinginfinland.com/2014/02/layering-guide-how-to-dress-for-winter.html

Katie has spent days outside, backcountry skiing with the Sonata Jacket. Watch to hear her thoughts about this cozy layer!

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