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Warm, not dry
Posted by Paul H on Dec 21 2005
I've long given up on expecting a wonder fabric to keep me dry, and instead try and stay warm while wet.  If I have a layer on that keeps the rain out, then I build up with sweat on the inside because it won't breath enough, and if I have something that breaths well enough, it won't keep the rain out.

I like to layer with synthetics, ie polypro, micro fleece and fleece, and have a layer of raingear for when it really rains.  

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