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I don't think you can have all those things in a jacket, can you? :)


I've got a Stein evolution 2 which is nicely windproof. Longer sleeves and back which are good. The rain gets in eventually though. I've heard very good things about the cut and climb but it is mega bucks.

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I find that you can have waterproof or breathable. Choose one. You still get damp one way or another.


I have the cut n climb. You won't regret spending the money. Completely waterproof, but if you're grafting you sweat a bit. The side vents help a lot.


Plus it's tough. Even clipped it with a chain on run down. Didn't make a hole.

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Ordered cut and climb from Clark's weds night last week, delivered Friday! Didn't want to get it mucky yet so got soaked this week, (wringing jumpers out soaked!). Wore it yesterday and it's easily the best jacket. Comfy, warm dry, did get a bit sweaty but was running back from chipper so to be expected.

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