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posted: 5/19/2022 at 8:47:41 AM ET
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What are your recommendations on lightweight non-restrictive and warm clothing - keeping in mind a reasonable budget. Springs and falls up here start off pretty cool so I like ot layer a few lighter weight things but it always feels restricting. What are some good recommendations?

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posted: 5/21/2022 at 8:13:59 AM ET
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Usually, warm clothes that stiffen are made of rigid materials. You need to provide warmth under the outer clothing to wear a more flexible jacket and pants. For example, you can wear a fleece sweater. I have one of these, even with embroidery from https://matohash.com/pages/embroidery-detroit. Fleece draws evaporation away from the body, dries quickly, does not cause allergies, and doesn't crease; even when wet, it keeps warm.

How warm the sweater will depend on the density of fleece used:

Low-density (100 g/m2) - for lightweight sweaters. Thin models that can be worn under a raincoat.

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