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Contour Windshirt

 
Contour Windshirt

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Contour Windshirt

Manufacturer: Outdoor Research

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Page By: Dow Williams

Created/Edited: Dec 23, 2007 / Dec 23, 2007

Object ID: 4407

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Product Description

Stay warm and comfortable on your breezy hikes and runs in the Outdoor Research Men's Contour Windshirt. With weather-resistant, breathable Cordura material, the Contour Windshirt protects your core on windy, drizzly days without making you feel stifled. This stretchy softshell gives you plenty of room to move whether you're hiking in the woods or biking on the road, and the deep front zipper lets you regulate your temperature on the uphill stretches.

Features

Material: 88% Cordura, 12% Lycra with DWR finish
Pockets: 1 Zippered chest
Hood: No
Weight: 12.5oz (354g)
Recommended Use: Hiking, running, biking, camping
Warranty: Lifetime

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Dow WilliamsNumber 1...

Voted 5/5

Just had the opportunity to test this 'true' windshirt out on Red Rocks during several windy and cold days. Outstanding mobility, protection and durability. Huge fan of OR to begin with, but just another example of them going the extra mile here. Was impressed how little it snagged on approach and how well it protected against the harsh winds, yet was so supple on a technical route. Cheers.
Posted Dec 23, 2007 2:39 pm

Dow WilliamsUpdate...

Voted 5/5

Well the American Obesity thing continues to affect my shoe size, pant size and shirt size. I guess I am shrinking! Anyway, OR is still making the best tech alpine climbing shirt in the biz, but the sizes have grown. At 150lbs, I am clearly a small now. Even considering it goes over another shirt as a pull over. Backcountry.com is now offering a new color compared to everybody only having black for the longest time, which of course sucks on sun baked routes. I would not buy a black climbing shirt. The whole idea of this product is you can't get too hot in it (unless it is black), as it protects you from the wind or light rain.
Posted Apr 22, 2009 12:17 pm

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