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Massdrop Veil Wind Shell
Massdrop Veil Wind Shell
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Don’t let a little wind keep you indoors. Weighing just 2.7 ounces, the Massdrop Veil wind shell is ideal for hiking, biking, running, traveling, and more Read More

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Po0kie
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Dec 1, 2019
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How does this jacket fit? Is it tight in certain places etc
Dec 1, 2019
Martinoti
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Nov 7, 2019
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I just recenty received my wind shell. The medium (says "medium slim fit" on the garment) is pretty tight fitting. Had I known it was slim fit, I would have ordered a large. Otherwise, it's nice.
Nov 7, 2019
xboost
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Oct 8, 2019
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Any idea when XXL blue will be in stock?
Oct 8, 2019
nquinn
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Sep 24, 2019
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@MichaelBretz Is there any chance we could get a new version that uses a 35CFM fabric? (like 7D)? That's considered the optimal rating from army testing and what a lot of ultralighters are looking for.
Sep 24, 2019
RaspberryCanoe
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Sep 5, 2019
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I have a Patagonia Houdini jacket and pants that seem to be very similar to this jacket .. but much pricier. Anyone own both ? How do they compare? I never track without them as they are light, warm (somehow) and breath very well. They fend off light rain well, but not effective in heavy rain.
Sep 5, 2019
MasterRo
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Nov 12, 2019
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I can not speak of the Veil in terms of ownership but I do have a Houdini from 2015. At a cfm of 3.5 (which is technically a little more windproof than moderately windproof), the Veil is moderately windproof at 11 cfm. It is this level of "windproofness" which is good if active and can often be found in Alpine windshells. So if active in cool weather, the Veil would be a great choice. For warmer weather active persuits, something with a greater air permiability is a better choice. The higher the cfm, the better as the thermometer rises and the body temperature goes up. To go much above 40 cfm you can hardly call it an active windshell anymore. One could argue, get a 35ish cfm windshell, a 10ish cfm windshell and use your rain shell for icy cold winds, and you could be relatively comfortable over a vast range of windy conditions. Preciptation excluded.
Nov 12, 2019
oberman
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Aug 26, 2019
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Good price but look like ass.
Aug 26, 2019
JessSullivan
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Aug 25, 2019
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Hi, I'm curious about SPF / sun resistance. Any input or observations? Cheers, Jess
Aug 25, 2019
SmithyNZ
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Aug 19, 2019
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I wish the advertising wouldn't focus on its weight in ounces, as it's not very useful for most people. Only three countries in the world still use the imperial weights system: Myanmar, Liberia, and... USA... Luckily the metric weight can be found right down the bottom. First world problem, I know. :)
Aug 19, 2019
DailyHiker
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Aug 8, 2019
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Disappointing. No armpit mesh to help cool one down during physical activity. Also, the zippered chest pocket is inadequate to stash a tshirt or longsleeved Tee. I’ll stick with the Helikon-Tex Windjammer.
Aug 8, 2019
spiderbro
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Aug 27, 2019
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Why would you want to stash a shirt into a jacket pocket?
Aug 27, 2019
scoobydoonz
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Jul 16, 2019
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You say this jacket is breathable, but what is it rated at? 5K? 10k?
Jul 16, 2019
spiderbro
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Jul 22, 2019
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It has 11CFM of air permeability. I doubt they did the inverted cup (or similar) breathability tests which you're referring to, as air permeability is a much better indicator of real world breathability. This probably breathes way better than anything that has a breathability rating in g/m^2/d or RET
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Jul 22, 2019
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