Podcast Episode November 9, 2021
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In this SKILLS SHORT, Andrew and Ryan chat about layers that don’t quite fit into the traditional three-layer system.Brynje fishnet base layer shirt.
- What attracted Ryan to explore untraditional layers?
- fishnet baselayers – Brynje
- innovative insulation-only mid-layers – Senchi Designs
- double-layer toe-sock systems – Injinji
- neck gaiters: extra-long and extra-short – Buff and Smartwool
- unconventional rainwear ventilation – Paramo Velez Adventure Smock and Buffalo Teclite Shirt
- wrap up – experiment with your layers and play around outside of the conventional wisdom
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