I have been considering this line of rainwear for some time now and can't reach a conclusion if they are worth the money or not. Do they get heavy when wet? Are they good backcountry gear or do they take forever to dry once rained upon?
I know this doesn't do to much good, but if you know someone in Fairbanks it would be totally worth it...they are selling the backcountry jacket and pants for $99 each. That is an $80 savings on the jacket and a $40 savings on the pants. I got a set and have already tested them...they are awsome! The water holds minimally and can be shakin' off. The elasticity and strenght are awsome. I am thoroughly impressed and now that I've worn them, I would pay full price no problem. They have an interior thin fleece lining but would still work wonders when layered. Hope this helped...
Saw a display today at B&J Commercial. They have used the H2P material to create a pool for water and then a small pump squirts water on a minature jacket. Everything appeared to be dry as a bone... Impressive!
I bought the mossy oak breakup jacket at sportsmans for $70. I could not resist the sale. I saw Army Navy sells the pants for $115, but that seems kind of steep for me. I still want to buy some winter camo for yotes this winter.