‘The LIM in the LIM Versa’s name stands for Less Is More, but it’s not as minimalist as you might think, more a decent lightweight hiking jacket than an ultra-light one, more or less… ‘
Outdoors Magic: Reasonably light, packable generous fit for a lightweight, large venting pockets, percent build quality.
Outdoors Tragic: Fabric is more stand-by than all-day capable, floppy hood peak, expensive.
Outdoors Grabbit? A nice enough jacket, but we don’t rate Gore-Tex Paclite fabric for all-day use, the hood isn’t overly protective and it’s expensive for what you get. There are lighter, better and cheaper option out there.
Lightweight, packable waterproof jacket / Gore-Tex Paclite fabric / twin hand pockets with venting mesh liner / water-resistant main and pocket zips / adjustable hem and cuffs / three-way adjustable hood with external cord / articulated sleeves / seam-free shoulders / drop-tail / rear LIM hanging hood.
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