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Alaska has its own clothing needs with climates ranging from coastal rainforest to windswept arctic tundra. For advice on what to wear to protect yourself and enjoy your time afield in Alaska, this is the place!

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  • Chez
    Reply to Rain jacket
    by Chez
    Frogg Toggs have a wide selection to fit just about any budget
    08-21-2021, 11:55
  • dezerte
    Reply to Rain jacket
    by dezerte
    If you have the cash Arcertryx is awesome but very expensive. My main jacket these days is an Outdoor Research Foray, about half the price, which uses...
    08-21-2021, 10:20
  • shotgunner2012
    Reply to Rain jacket
    by shotgunner2012
    I wear commercial grade Helly Hansen for boating.
    I made a pair of shell mittens from an old pair of breathable waders...

    after seam...
    02-27-2021, 13:42
  • Ennis
    Reply to Rain jacket
    by Ennis
    My Impertech began to "de-lam" after about 9 months of moderate use. About a year later the adhesive that held the pocket on, failed. I sweat...
    06-27-2020, 10:05
  • AKBEE
    Reply to Rain jacket
    by AKBEE
    With my Gore-Tex jackets, I wash them on cold and then spray them with Rivivex thoroughly and throw them in the dryer to refresh the repellency. Dirt...
    02-23-2020, 19:06
  • Andy82Hoyt
    Reply to Rain jacket
    by Andy82Hoyt
    Maybe I just wait too long after getting it nasty to clean it.


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    02-19-2020, 16:56
  • Cheeser
    Reply to Rain jacket
    by Cheeser
    That's the nice thing about gore-tex. Just toss it into the washing machine to get it clean and restore its breathability after it gets clogged with...
    02-19-2020, 16:05

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