Introduction We like softshell garments. You know that. They are superbly breathable and offer a wider range of comfort than traditional hardshell clothing. Stretchwoven softshells, in particular, with their trim...
By Backpacking Light
"Our biggest complaint with stretchwovens, however, is the fabric weight. Few fabrics from Schoeller Textiles, the self-proclaimed knight of softshell fabrics, are less than 5 oz/sq. yd. Cloudveil addresses this concern with its new Inertia fabric used in its Prospector line of softshell garments. Herein we review the Prospector Pullover and Hooded Jacket."
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