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Comment by Dave on April 1, 2013 at 21:30

Yea mate. I fully agree. I used mine on Mt Tongariro, out in the open in high winds and horizontal rain. It kept me dry as a bone from rain and sweat. Ridgeline sells the brown version in England which has the hand warmer pockets. We could definately do with the pockets our here. Thanks for the feedback Stephen

Comment by stephen brown on April 1, 2013 at 20:41

Hi Dave, you bet it's the best Ridgeline moonsoon II rain jacket, I kinda live in ridgeline clothes.(as the wife say's) It's the perfect gear for the harsh outdoors. The Moonsoon (II) is better than the 1st one, as the little upgrades make a big difference, zip off hood rather than a fold away hood, and cuff bands made from a wet suit material stops any water tracking up the arms. Great warmth and breathe's good and I tell you mate iv'e been in some pritty bad places and would want no other jacket. I have given up on the over expensive goretex jackets. One thing missing is some hand pockets but can't have everything. Cheers for the comment.

Comment by Dave on March 25, 2013 at 23:49

Hi Stephen. Is that the Ridgeline Monsoon Rain Jacket you're wearing mate? Great piece of kit!

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