Timmermade Waterbear Hood Review (First Look)
Apr 12, 2019 at 12:17 pm #3588448Andrew MarshallModerator
@andrewsmarshallLocale: Tahoe basin by way of the southern AppalachiansApr 27, 2019 at 2:48 am #3590585Paul SBPL Member
Same basic concept as the “sockel” (sock snorkel) someone mentioned a few months ago.
I have a Z-packs down hood and one of these days I am going to use it with a wool “sockel” on a cold night to see how well the air-tunnel idea works.Apr 29, 2019 at 12:09 pm #3590816Geoff CaplanBPL Member
@geoffcaplanLocale: Lake District, Cumbria
For anyone who hasn’t seen his site yet, Dan is one of the more interesting people on the Cottage scene – his products seem well thought through, with lots of innovative features you won’t find in the mainstream brands.Apr 29, 2019 at 4:37 pm #3590861Bill in RoswellBPL Member
@roadscrape88-2Locale: Roswell, GA, USA
Interesting hood solution for very cold weather. And thanks for the heads up on Timmer, a company new to me. His quilts are impressive and reasonably priced, so added a link to my short list.
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