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Revelation Jacket - Men's Black, S - Men's

7mesh Industries' design philosophy requires every item produced by the Squamish-based manufacturer to meet the requirements of one of two use periods: seven hours or seven days. With its unrivaled elemental protection and a fit that's articulated to accommodate an athletic body in the saddle or while on foot, the Revelation Jacket not only falls under the aegis of the latter category, it defines it. If we were given dominion over the laws of creation, we'd spend the first six days designing the various landscapes below the firmament. Then we'd spend the seventh, eight, and every day thereafter exploring it under the Revelation's sheltering canopy. The Revelation's key feature is Gore-Tex's Pro three-layer membrane. 7mesh bills it as the most ruggedly weather resistant material in its line, and Gore itself positions this stuff at snowy summits on extreme alpine boot-packing adventures. It's literally windproof and virtually waterproof, but still strikes a balance between elemental protection and breathability that benefits the active user who's trying to stay dry and warm in unforgiving conditions. The seams are taped (8 millimeters), the hand pockets and side and forearm vents feature watertight zippers, and the collar and chin guard present a soft face to your skin, so you can batten down all the hatches in order to preserve the gains made by the Pro membrane. Gore's legendary expertise with weather-resistant membranes takes the lion's share of credit for maintaining breathability, but the Micro Grid Backer lining incorporated in the Revelation also helps. It's soft and -- of course -- breathable, helping the jacket achieve a Ret breathability rating of <6. This puts it at the top of the scale, breathability-wise, and means it transitions between work and rest cycles without suffocating your body or turning your microclimate into a steamy sauna or clammy swamp. If you're on a multi-day adventure, the Revelation will keep you comfortable while grinding up to ...

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Revelation Jacket - Men's - Men's

7mesh Industries' design philosophy requires every item produced by the Squamish-based manufacturer to meet the requirements of one of two use periods: seven hours or seven days. With its unrivaled elemental protection and a fit that's articulated to accommodate an athletic body in the saddle or while on foot, the Revelation Jacket not only falls under the aegis of the latter category, it defines it. If we were given dominion over the laws of creation, we'd spend the first six days designing the various landscapes below the firmament. Then we'd spend the seventh, eight, and every day thereafter exploring it under the Revelation's sheltering canopy. The Revelation's key feature is Gore-Tex's Pro three-layer membrane. 7mesh bills it as the most ruggedly weather resistant material in its line, and Gore itself positions this stuff at snowy summits on extreme alpine boot-packing adventures. It's literally windproof and virtually waterproof, but still strikes a balance between elemental protection and breathability that benefits the active user who's trying to stay dry and warm in unforgiving conditions. The seams are taped (8 millimeters), the hand pockets and side and forearm vents feature watertight zippers, and the collar and chin guard present a soft face to your skin, so you can batten down all the hatches in order to preserve the gains made by the Pro membrane. Gore's legendary expertise with weather-resistant membranes takes the lion's share of credit for maintaining breathability, but the Micro Grid Backer lining incorporated in the Revelation also helps. It's soft and -- of course -- breathable, helping the jacket achieve a Ret breathability rating of <6. This puts it at the top of the scale, breathability-wise, and means it transitions between work and rest cycles without suffocating your body or turning your microclimate into a steamy sauna or clammy swamp. If you're on a multi-day adventure, the Revelation will keep you comfortable while grinding up to ...

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Revelation Jacket - Men's Goldstone, S - Men's

7mesh Industries' design philosophy requires every item produced by the Squamish-based manufacturer to meet the requirements of one of two use periods: seven hours or seven days. With its unrivaled elemental protection and a fit that's articulated to accommodate an athletic body in the saddle or while on foot, the Revelation Jacket not only falls under the aegis of the latter category, it defines it. If we were given dominion over the laws of creation, we'd spend the first six days designing the various landscapes below the firmament. Then we'd spend the seventh, eight, and every day thereafter exploring it under the Revelation's sheltering canopy. The Revelation's key feature is Gore-Tex's Pro three-layer membrane. 7mesh bills it as the most ruggedly weather resistant material in its line, and Gore itself positions this stuff at snowy summits on extreme alpine boot-packing adventures. It's literally windproof and virtually waterproof, but still strikes a balance between elemental protection and breathability that benefits the active user who's trying to stay dry and warm in unforgiving conditions. The seams are taped (8 millimeters), the hand pockets and side and forearm vents feature watertight zippers, and the collar and chin guard present a soft face to your skin, so you can batten down all the hatches in order to preserve the gains made by the Pro membrane. Gore's legendary expertise with weather-resistant membranes takes the lion's share of credit for maintaining breathability, but the Micro Grid Backer lining incorporated in the Revelation also helps. It's soft and -- of course -- breathable, helping the jacket achieve a Ret breathability rating of <6. This puts it at the top of the scale, breathability-wise, and means it transitions between work and rest cycles without suffocating your body or turning your microclimate into a steamy sauna or clammy swamp. If you're on a multi-day adventure, the Revelation will keep you comfortable while grinding up to ...

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Revelation Jacket - Men's Black, XL - Men's

7mesh Industries' design philosophy requires every item produced by the Squamish-based manufacturer to meet the requirements of one of two use periods: seven hours or seven days. With its unrivaled elemental protection and a fit that's articulated to accommodate an athletic body in the saddle or while on foot, the Revelation Jacket not only falls under the aegis of the latter category, it defines it. If we were given dominion over the laws of creation, we'd spend the first six days designing the various landscapes below the firmament. Then we'd spend the seventh, eight, and every day thereafter exploring it under the Revelation's sheltering canopy. The Revelation's key feature is Gore-Tex's Pro three-layer membrane. 7mesh bills it as the most ruggedly weather resistant material in its line, and Gore itself positions this stuff at snowy summits on extreme alpine boot-packing adventures. It's literally windproof and virtually waterproof, but still strikes a balance between elemental protection and breathability that benefits the active user who's trying to stay dry and warm in unforgiving conditions. The seams are taped (8 millimeters), the hand pockets and side and forearm vents feature watertight zippers, and the collar and chin guard present a soft face to your skin, so you can batten down all the hatches in order to preserve the gains made by the Pro membrane. Gore's legendary expertise with weather-resistant membranes takes the lion's share of credit for maintaining breathability, but the Micro Grid Backer lining incorporated in the Revelation also helps. It's soft and -- of course -- breathable, helping the jacket achieve a Ret breathability rating of <6. This puts it at the top of the scale, breathability-wise, and means it transitions between work and rest cycles without suffocating your body or turning your microclimate into a steamy sauna or clammy swamp. If you're on a multi-day adventure, the Revelation will keep you comfortable while grinding up to ...

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Revelation Jacket - Men's Goldstone, XL - Men's

7mesh Industries' design philosophy requires every item produced by the Squamish-based manufacturer to meet the requirements of one of two use periods: seven hours or seven days. With its unrivaled elemental protection and a fit that's articulated to accommodate an athletic body in the saddle or while on foot, the Revelation Jacket not only falls under the aegis of the latter category, it defines it. If we were given dominion over the laws of creation, we'd spend the first six days designing the various landscapes below the firmament. Then we'd spend the seventh, eight, and every day thereafter exploring it under the Revelation's sheltering canopy. The Revelation's key feature is Gore-Tex's Pro three-layer membrane. 7mesh bills it as the most ruggedly weather resistant material in its line, and Gore itself positions this stuff at snowy summits on extreme alpine boot-packing adventures. It's literally windproof and virtually waterproof, but still strikes a balance between elemental protection and breathability that benefits the active user who's trying to stay dry and warm in unforgiving conditions. The seams are taped (8 millimeters), the hand pockets and side and forearm vents feature watertight zippers, and the collar and chin guard present a soft face to your skin, so you can batten down all the hatches in order to preserve the gains made by the Pro membrane. Gore's legendary expertise with weather-resistant membranes takes the lion's share of credit for maintaining breathability, but the Micro Grid Backer lining incorporated in the Revelation also helps. It's soft and -- of course -- breathable, helping the jacket achieve a Ret breathability rating of <6. This puts it at the top of the scale, breathability-wise, and means it transitions between work and rest cycles without suffocating your body or turning your microclimate into a steamy sauna or clammy swamp. If you're on a multi-day adventure, the Revelation will keep you comfortable while grinding up to ...

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Softshell Jacket - Men's Dark Shadow, S

Giro's unconventional aerodynamic helmets and Empire shoes are making a lot of noise at the high-end, "performance" pole of the cycling spectrum, but the California manufacturer's cycling apparel tends to privilege functionality and timeless, simple construction over formal experimentation. The Softshell Jacket is a great example of this. Its aesthetic and its form both strive for a clamor-free ride, keeping noisy graphics and noisy flapping out of the equation. The Softshell Jacket does have some features worth making noise about, though -- not least of all being the wind and water resistance. The first step to staying warm in winter may be insulation, but that quickly proves inadequate once the knife-like winds and frigid moisture come into play. Despite this elemental protection, the jacket is still breathable. This means that your microclimate won't develop sauna-syndrome during a hard effort and then devolve into cold, clammy dampness for the rest of your ride. Giro's Stowback gear pocket is also noise-worthy. Stowback comprises three rear pockets that are actually housed inside of the jacket. Vertically-oriented zippers on either side of the bank of pockets let you reach in from the sides for quick access, though for full access, you'll have to take the vest off. The key benefit of Stowback is that, when you're not on the bike, you're not constantly advertising the fact that you're a cyclist -- even if you're still carrying a full complement of cycling-related cargo. The jacket is finished off with two hidden vents at the collarbone sleeve seams and a full-length front zipper, all of which will come in handy if you start to overheat. The raglan sleeve cut also means the jacket accommodates a stretched-out cycling posture while maintaining adequate coverage.

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Revelation Jacket - Men's Black, XS - Men's

7mesh Industries' design philosophy requires every item produced by the Squamish-based manufacturer to meet the requirements of one of two use periods: seven hours or seven days. With its unrivaled elemental protection and a fit that's articulated to accommodate an athletic body in the saddle or while on foot, the Revelation Jacket not only falls under the aegis of the latter category, it defines it. If we were given dominion over the laws of creation, we'd spend the first six days designing the various landscapes below the firmament. Then we'd spend the seventh, eight, and every day thereafter exploring it under the Revelation's sheltering canopy. The Revelation's key feature is Gore-Tex's Pro three-layer membrane. 7mesh bills it as the most ruggedly weather resistant material in its line, and Gore itself positions this stuff at snowy summits on extreme alpine boot-packing adventures. It's literally windproof and virtually waterproof, but still strikes a balance between elemental protection and breathability that benefits the active user who's trying to stay dry and warm in unforgiving conditions. The seams are taped (8 millimeters), the hand pockets and side and forearm vents feature watertight zippers, and the collar and chin guard present a soft face to your skin, so you can batten down all the hatches in order to preserve the gains made by the Pro membrane. Gore's legendary expertise with weather-resistant membranes takes the lion's share of credit for maintaining breathability, but the Micro Grid Backer lining incorporated in the Revelation also helps. It's soft and -- of course -- breathable, helping the jacket achieve a Ret breathability rating of <6. This puts it at the top of the scale, breathability-wise, and means it transitions between work and rest cycles without suffocating your body or turning your microclimate into a steamy sauna or clammy swamp. If you're on a multi-day adventure, the Revelation will keep you comfortable while grinding up to ...

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Softshell Jacket - Men's Dark Shadow, M

Giro's unconventional aerodynamic helmets and Empire shoes are making a lot of noise at the high-end, "performance" pole of the cycling spectrum, but the California manufacturer's cycling apparel tends to privilege functionality and timeless, simple construction over formal experimentation. The Softshell Jacket is a great example of this. Its aesthetic and its form both strive for a clamor-free ride, keeping noisy graphics and noisy flapping out of the equation. The Softshell Jacket does have some features worth making noise about, though -- not least of all being the wind and water resistance. The first step to staying warm in winter may be insulation, but that quickly proves inadequate once the knife-like winds and frigid moisture come into play. Despite this elemental protection, the jacket is still breathable. This means that your microclimate won't develop sauna-syndrome during a hard effort and then devolve into cold, clammy dampness for the rest of your ride. Giro's Stowback gear pocket is also noise-worthy. Stowback comprises three rear pockets that are actually housed inside of the jacket. Vertically-oriented zippers on either side of the bank of pockets let you reach in from the sides for quick access, though for full access, you'll have to take the vest off. The key benefit of Stowback is that, when you're not on the bike, you're not constantly advertising the fact that you're a cyclist -- even if you're still carrying a full complement of cycling-related cargo. The jacket is finished off with two hidden vents at the collarbone sleeve seams and a full-length front zipper, all of which will come in handy if you start to overheat. The raglan sleeve cut also means the jacket accommodates a stretched-out cycling posture while maintaining adequate coverage.

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Revelation Jacket - Men's Black, L - Men's

7mesh Industries' design philosophy requires every item produced by the Squamish-based manufacturer to meet the requirements of one of two use periods: seven hours or seven days. With its unrivaled elemental protection and a fit that's articulated to accommodate an athletic body in the saddle or while on foot, the Revelation Jacket not only falls under the aegis of the latter category, it defines it. If we were given dominion over the laws of creation, we'd spend the first six days designing the various landscapes below the firmament. Then we'd spend the seventh, eight, and every day thereafter exploring it under the Revelation's sheltering canopy. The Revelation's key feature is Gore-Tex's Pro three-layer membrane. 7mesh bills it as the most ruggedly weather resistant material in its line, and Gore itself positions this stuff at snowy summits on extreme alpine boot-packing adventures. It's literally windproof and virtually waterproof, but still strikes a balance between elemental protection and breathability that benefits the active user who's trying to stay dry and warm in unforgiving conditions. The seams are taped (8 millimeters), the hand pockets and side and forearm vents feature watertight zippers, and the collar and chin guard present a soft face to your skin, so you can batten down all the hatches in order to preserve the gains made by the Pro membrane. Gore's legendary expertise with weather-resistant membranes takes the lion's share of credit for maintaining breathability, but the Micro Grid Backer lining incorporated in the Revelation also helps. It's soft and -- of course -- breathable, helping the jacket achieve a Ret breathability rating of <6. This puts it at the top of the scale, breathability-wise, and means it transitions between work and rest cycles without suffocating your body or turning your microclimate into a steamy sauna or clammy swamp. If you're on a multi-day adventure, the Revelation will keep you comfortable while grinding up to ...

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Softshell Jacket - Men's Dark Shadow, L

Giro's unconventional aerodynamic helmets and Empire shoes are making a lot of noise at the high-end, "performance" pole of the cycling spectrum, but the California manufacturer's cycling apparel tends to privilege functionality and timeless, simple construction over formal experimentation. The Softshell Jacket is a great example of this. Its aesthetic and its form both strive for a clamor-free ride, keeping noisy graphics and noisy flapping out of the equation. The Softshell Jacket does have some features worth making noise about, though -- not least of all being the wind and water resistance. The first step to staying warm in winter may be insulation, but that quickly proves inadequate once the knife-like winds and frigid moisture come into play. Despite this elemental protection, the jacket is still breathable. This means that your microclimate won't develop sauna-syndrome during a hard effort and then devolve into cold, clammy dampness for the rest of your ride. Giro's Stowback gear pocket is also noise-worthy. Stowback comprises three rear pockets that are actually housed inside of the jacket. Vertically-oriented zippers on either side of the bank of pockets let you reach in from the sides for quick access, though for full access, you'll have to take the vest off. The key benefit of Stowback is that, when you're not on the bike, you're not constantly advertising the fact that you're a cyclist -- even if you're still carrying a full complement of cycling-related cargo. The jacket is finished off with two hidden vents at the collarbone sleeve seams and a full-length front zipper, all of which will come in handy if you start to overheat. The raglan sleeve cut also means the jacket accommodates a stretched-out cycling posture while maintaining adequate coverage.

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Revelation Jacket - Men's Black, M - Men's

7mesh Industries' design philosophy requires every item produced by the Squamish-based manufacturer to meet the requirements of one of two use periods: seven hours or seven days. With its unrivaled elemental protection and a fit that's articulated to accommodate an athletic body in the saddle or while on foot, the Revelation Jacket not only falls under the aegis of the latter category, it defines it. If we were given dominion over the laws of creation, we'd spend the first six days designing the various landscapes below the firmament. Then we'd spend the seventh, eight, and every day thereafter exploring it under the Revelation's sheltering canopy. The Revelation's key feature is Gore-Tex's Pro three-layer membrane. 7mesh bills it as the most ruggedly weather resistant material in its line, and Gore itself positions this stuff at snowy summits on extreme alpine boot-packing adventures. It's literally windproof and virtually waterproof, but still strikes a balance between elemental protection and breathability that benefits the active user who's trying to stay dry and warm in unforgiving conditions. The seams are taped (8 millimeters), the hand pockets and side and forearm vents feature watertight zippers, and the collar and chin guard present a soft face to your skin, so you can batten down all the hatches in order to preserve the gains made by the Pro membrane. Gore's legendary expertise with weather-resistant membranes takes the lion's share of credit for maintaining breathability, but the Micro Grid Backer lining incorporated in the Revelation also helps. It's soft and -- of course -- breathable, helping the jacket achieve a Ret breathability rating of <6. This puts it at the top of the scale, breathability-wise, and means it transitions between work and rest cycles without suffocating your body or turning your microclimate into a steamy sauna or clammy swamp. If you're on a multi-day adventure, the Revelation will keep you comfortable while grinding up to ...

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Softshell Jacket - Men's Dark Shadow, XL

Giro's unconventional aerodynamic helmets and Empire shoes are making a lot of noise at the high-end, "performance" pole of the cycling spectrum, but the California manufacturer's cycling apparel tends to privilege functionality and timeless, simple construction over formal experimentation. The Softshell Jacket is a great example of this. Its aesthetic and its form both strive for a clamor-free ride, keeping noisy graphics and noisy flapping out of the equation. The Softshell Jacket does have some features worth making noise about, though -- not least of all being the wind and water resistance. The first step to staying warm in winter may be insulation, but that quickly proves inadequate once the knife-like winds and frigid moisture come into play. Despite this elemental protection, the jacket is still breathable. This means that your microclimate won't develop sauna-syndrome during a hard effort and then devolve into cold, clammy dampness for the rest of your ride. Giro's Stowback gear pocket is also noise-worthy. Stowback comprises three rear pockets that are actually housed inside of the jacket. Vertically-oriented zippers on either side of the bank of pockets let you reach in from the sides for quick access, though for full access, you'll have to take the vest off. The key benefit of Stowback is that, when you're not on the bike, you're not constantly advertising the fact that you're a cyclist -- even if you're still carrying a full complement of cycling-related cargo. The jacket is finished off with two hidden vents at the collarbone sleeve seams and a full-length front zipper, all of which will come in handy if you start to overheat. The raglan sleeve cut also means the jacket accommodates a stretched-out cycling posture while maintaining adequate coverage.

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Revelation Jacket - Men's Goldstone, L - Men's

7mesh Industries' design philosophy requires every item produced by the Squamish-based manufacturer to meet the requirements of one of two use periods: seven hours or seven days. With its unrivaled elemental protection and a fit that's articulated to accommodate an athletic body in the saddle or while on foot, the Revelation Jacket not only falls under the aegis of the latter category, it defines it. If we were given dominion over the laws of creation, we'd spend the first six days designing the various landscapes below the firmament. Then we'd spend the seventh, eight, and every day thereafter exploring it under the Revelation's sheltering canopy. The Revelation's key feature is Gore-Tex's Pro three-layer membrane. 7mesh bills it as the most ruggedly weather resistant material in its line, and Gore itself positions this stuff at snowy summits on extreme alpine boot-packing adventures. It's literally windproof and virtually waterproof, but still strikes a balance between elemental protection and breathability that benefits the active user who's trying to stay dry and warm in unforgiving conditions. The seams are taped (8 millimeters), the hand pockets and side and forearm vents feature watertight zippers, and the collar and chin guard present a soft face to your skin, so you can batten down all the hatches in order to preserve the gains made by the Pro membrane. Gore's legendary expertise with weather-resistant membranes takes the lion's share of credit for maintaining breathability, but the Micro Grid Backer lining incorporated in the Revelation also helps. It's soft and -- of course -- breathable, helping the jacket achieve a Ret breathability rating of <6. This puts it at the top of the scale, breathability-wise, and means it transitions between work and rest cycles without suffocating your body or turning your microclimate into a steamy sauna or clammy swamp. If you're on a multi-day adventure, the Revelation will keep you comfortable while grinding up to ...

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Revelation Jacket - Men's Goldstone, XS - Men's

7mesh Industries' design philosophy requires every item produced by the Squamish-based manufacturer to meet the requirements of one of two use periods: seven hours or seven days. With its unrivaled elemental protection and a fit that's articulated to accommodate an athletic body in the saddle or while on foot, the Revelation Jacket not only falls under the aegis of the latter category, it defines it. If we were given dominion over the laws of creation, we'd spend the first six days designing the various landscapes below the firmament. Then we'd spend the seventh, eight, and every day thereafter exploring it under the Revelation's sheltering canopy. The Revelation's key feature is Gore-Tex's Pro three-layer membrane. 7mesh bills it as the most ruggedly weather resistant material in its line, and Gore itself positions this stuff at snowy summits on extreme alpine boot-packing adventures. It's literally windproof and virtually waterproof, but still strikes a balance between elemental protection and breathability that benefits the active user who's trying to stay dry and warm in unforgiving conditions. The seams are taped (8 millimeters), the hand pockets and side and forearm vents feature watertight zippers, and the collar and chin guard present a soft face to your skin, so you can batten down all the hatches in order to preserve the gains made by the Pro membrane. Gore's legendary expertise with weather-resistant membranes takes the lion's share of credit for maintaining breathability, but the Micro Grid Backer lining incorporated in the Revelation also helps. It's soft and -- of course -- breathable, helping the jacket achieve a Ret breathability rating of <6. This puts it at the top of the scale, breathability-wise, and means it transitions between work and rest cycles without suffocating your body or turning your microclimate into a steamy sauna or clammy swamp. If you're on a multi-day adventure, the Revelation will keep you comfortable while grinding up to ...

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Revelation Jacket - Men's Goldstone, M - Men's

7mesh Industries' design philosophy requires every item produced by the Squamish-based manufacturer to meet the requirements of one of two use periods: seven hours or seven days. With its unrivaled elemental protection and a fit that's articulated to accommodate an athletic body in the saddle or while on foot, the Revelation Jacket not only falls under the aegis of the latter category, it defines it. If we were given dominion over the laws of creation, we'd spend the first six days designing the various landscapes below the firmament. Then we'd spend the seventh, eight, and every day thereafter exploring it under the Revelation's sheltering canopy. The Revelation's key feature is Gore-Tex's Pro three-layer membrane. 7mesh bills it as the most ruggedly weather resistant material in its line, and Gore itself positions this stuff at snowy summits on extreme alpine boot-packing adventures. It's literally windproof and virtually waterproof, but still strikes a balance between elemental protection and breathability that benefits the active user who's trying to stay dry and warm in unforgiving conditions. The seams are taped (8 millimeters), the hand pockets and side and forearm vents feature watertight zippers, and the collar and chin guard present a soft face to your skin, so you can batten down all the hatches in order to preserve the gains made by the Pro membrane. Gore's legendary expertise with weather-resistant membranes takes the lion's share of credit for maintaining breathability, but the Micro Grid Backer lining incorporated in the Revelation also helps. It's soft and -- of course -- breathable, helping the jacket achieve a Ret breathability rating of <6. This puts it at the top of the scale, breathability-wise, and means it transitions between work and rest cycles without suffocating your body or turning your microclimate into a steamy sauna or clammy swamp. If you're on a multi-day adventure, the Revelation will keep you comfortable while grinding up to ...

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