Review: Patagonia Houdini Jacket

Review: Patagonia Houdini Jacket
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Intended as a shell for blocking out the elements during runs and other active conditions, Patagonia’s Houdini ($99) has become my go-to light jacket. When a week’s worth of unusually wet weather hit the Wasatch Front, the Houdini kept me dry as a dad joke during my slick and drizzly commutes. … read more

Review: Patagonia Ironwood Pack 20L

Review: Patagonia Ironwood Pack 20L
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The Ironwood Pack from Patagonia has the simple and classic design of every backpack you have ever owned. What sets this pack apart from every other one out there is its sturdy construction and superior padded Human Curve shoulder straps that make it feel like I’m not hauling many pounds of gear on my back. … read more

Review: Patagonia Nano Puff Jacket

Review: Patagonia Nano Puff Jacket
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Though the Nano Puff Jacket is lightweight, it insulates par excellence. The warmth I’ve felt wearing this jacket is toasty and comfy by way of its PrimaLoft® insulation—yet it breathes, and I feel nary a drop of sweat if I get my circulation going. … read more