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curmudgeonism: Entire world has stopped making nylon shells

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Old January 2nd 13, 04:21 PM posted to rec.running,ott.general
John Hurley
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Default curmudgeonism: Entire world has stopped making nylon shells


# Things get pretty wintery in Ottawa, Canada. *I like to dress up in
layers, capping the layers off with a nylon shell.

Use tyvek for temps down to 30ish degrees.

My advice anyway ... and go for something else under those temps.

Seriously are you having a taylor adjust your running pants?

I tend to use Nike running pants size medium works well for 31 inch
waist and long legs.

Do they have a Dicks sporting goods in Canada I would check around
there to see what is available first then look online for better

Lots of races sell extra tyvek jackets at very reasonable costs.


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