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With the exception of reflective tape ( which could be done yourself ) my snowboarding gear meets these requirements and at half the cost of Marine brands

Just thought I would throw that out there
Same idea as my Banff rain suit. I think it was made for spring skiing and/or bicycling. Goretex is Goretex...and I prefer to just have the "shell" taken care of and to provide the "insulation" as required.
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