keltik wrote:where do you live and where can i get a basket like the one from the first pic?
SkaBob wrote:Man...I SO wanted to play Park 96 when i was passing through there visiting my ex... I didn't know any residents though, so I didn't wanna get yelled at
SUCH a beautiful looking course from the pics I've seen!
I can strongly recommend this. I would even more strongly suggest something like the original driclime windshirt. I have 2 of the driclime windshirts, which are pretty much the same thing but without the hood, and with a super thin insulated lining. I wear them 90% of the time golfing in cold/wet weather. I also won't go up a mountain without one, which is a bigger testament than wearing them for disc golf. They are about the warmest thing going for the extreme low weight and are highly breathable and highly windproof. They are not waterproof though, so keep that in mind before you buy. Nevertheless, it rains quite a bit here in Oregon and this is still my goto upper body piece for anything even remotely active unless it's a torrential downpour. Really fast drying, and if it's raining heavily I will probably use a golf umbrella anyway. For a layer you want to keep you warm while still retaining mobility these are far superior to a fleece top. The only thing I would caution against is using the windshirt as an outer layer if you need total waterproofing instead of just a moderate degree of water resistance. The windshirts are pretty low bulk though, so you can throw a waterproof shell over the top.tigel wrote:Does anyone recommend this jacket? It's with in my price range (1-85$), and I'm needing something rain proof but not bulky since I want to throw in it. I fear it might be too light, and thin to stay dry in long rounds, but I have no clue.
http://www.amazon.com/Marmot-Ion-Windsh ... 80&sr=1-32
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