I have the backcountry.com Shift softshell. It's really nice. It's made in Canada, and is cut and finished similar to Arc'teryx, so I suspect they may be manufacturing them. I grabbed it off sac for about $100 over a year ago, and wear it all the time.Jaysus wrote:Marmot make top notch gear, you can't go wrong with them
The Backcountry labeled one looks pretty decent - not sure who makes them though.
Backcountry.com Rime Pullover Jacket - Men's
When it comes to lightweight, high-aerobic performance, nothing holds a candle to the Backcountry.com Rime Pullover Jacket.
jnecessary wrote:My wife ordered a back country shift for me today for Christmas. Hopefully it fits, got it for 96 on SAC. Sounds like they are easy to work with in the case of returns so we'll see.
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