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  • I'd like to see rain gear at a frat party ... see if goretex is beer-proof ... or in the RedSox locker room after they beat the Rockies and the bubbly is flowing

    The Next Extreme Gear Test

  • North face purple label goretex size medium only available in japan, just a shade to small for me £280

    superfuture

  • So you can have the modern advances such as goretex combined with the timeless classic tweed.

    Army Rumour Service

  • Steel toe and mid-sole, goretex, waterproof, lined and now sat under my desk. on November 29, 2009 at 9: 26 pm phiangle sorry – risk assessment on November 29, 2009 at 9: 51 pm ignoramus gear: He that specifies gear must have a “steak” [sic] in the approved company, more gear sold higher the the baksheesh. nowt has change, the problem be how to follow the money trail.

    And for my next trick……. « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • One other ting I didn't see the hands part: A good pair of gloves (goretex) and wool inserts.

    Anyone have any preferences when it comes to staying warm out in the woods?

  • PFCs are also used in clothing and fabrics to repel water and stains think scotchguard and goretex.

    Dr. Walter Crinnion: Teflon Can Keep You, and Your Kids From Sticking to Their Tasks

  • One thing we have kept in Ruralshire Constabulary, thanks to the Chief, is our amazing Parka Type goretex, quilted patrol jackets.

    Some Velvet Machine « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • I feel shame that one day there will be strata of sedimentary rock composed of soda cans, goretex, and ikea furniture.

    The Vortex of 80,000 Nikes

  • My best deal this year was a goretex outer snowboarding shell for $25, should be $350 or so - the worst thing about it is it's a model from 2 years ago ....

    Conference Call

  • Hee hee, I wanted to leave a com­ment from Reyk­javik just to amuse you, but this time I actu­ally have an appro­pri­ate apho­rism: when our party was drenched for the Nth time at a beau­ti­ful Ice­landic site, and our host was apol­o­giz­ing for the weather, a tall fleece-and-goretex-clad Swede replied, Non­sense.

    What I Learned from Witches « Snarkmarket

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