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Boa tarde galera,

Tem uma amiga indo pra portugal e se dispos a trazer umas encomendas! ::hãã::

Gostaria de saber se teriam alguma dica do que eu posso comprar de melhor em ermos de Anorak por la (sendo que só disponho de 250,00 Euros)?

E se alguem conhece onde se pode comprar por la, ja que esta minha amiga não tera muito tempo para procurar, queria mandar ela ja na boa!

Aproveitando ofereço se alguem quiser que traga alguma coisa, moro no Rio e ela tambem, não se preocupem, sem comissão nem nada!

Unico problema é que esta em cima da hora...ela vai domingo agora.

 

Obrigado

Juan ::sos::

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O anorak é para proteger da chuva e do vento, ele é uma camada simples de nylon, alguns com um forro para dar mais conforto, mas não esquentam muito. A função deles é te deixar seco e protegido do ven

VAMOS LÁ: pra começar o anorrak não esquenta vc, na verdade nada te esquenta, o que te esquenta é o calor do seu próprio corpo, bhá não quero confundir vc vega, mas vamos lá, o anorak não te esquenta

Pra usar embaixo do anorak sim, mas pra usá-lo com última camada não.   Ele não bloqueia nada de vento e vc vai perder toda a camada de ar quente que fica rente a pele.   Se for comprar pra usar c

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Poxa me arrependi, faz uns 2 meses que comprei um chamonix pro da conquista, mas quando era impermeável e não respirável, agora a linha da conquista é praticamente toda respirável.. e isso que já tinha fleece grosso deles, o lanin.

 

Com esses fleeces respiráveis há uma grande diferença quando se caminha à temperaturas de 8ºC para baixo? Irei para o parque de São joaquim, eu e meu irmão temos o mesmo modelo, só cores diferentes, devíamos ter esperado a versão respirável né? É tão ruim assim a não respirável? Alguém conhece essa versão respiravel da conquista airtech por 299,00 tá em par com jaquetas north face (ta não tão em par mas semelhantes?)

 

Ou valeria a pena importar essa daqui: http://www.craghoppers.com/buy/kiwi-jacket-208020

 

Abraços.

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Olá pessoal! Vim em busca do Oráculo das 3 Camadas hehehe

 

LeoRJ, estarei fazendo uma trip entre Maio e Julho de 2013 que passará pela região da Cordilheira dos Andes entre Mendoza e Santiago, além de descer para a Região dos Lagos no Chile e Argentina (Pucón, Puerto Varas, San Martin de Los Andes e Bariloche). Pretendo esquiar (aprender hehehe) e fazer todos os tipos de trekkings possíveis nos lugares em que irei, ou seja: vou suar num frio bem friorento ::Cold:: . Como sei que terei que investir alguma grana em equipamentos decidi comprar, aqui no Brasil, na SOLO, mas preciso de um help sobre as minhas pretenções. Lembrando que vou comprar pra mim e para minha namorada vou comprar as versões Lady dos produtos.

 

Segunda Pele - Parte de Cima - Blusa X-Thermo Silver T-Shirt: http://www.solobr.com/solo/produtos/produto.aspx?idcategoria=1&idsubcategoria=1&idproduto=543

 

Segunda Pele - Parte de Baixo - Calça X-Thermo Silver: http://www.solobr.com/solo/produtos/produto.aspx?idcategoria=1&idsubcategoria=1&idproduto=544

 

Fleece - Parte de Cima - Jaqueta Nordic: http://www.solobr.com/solo/produtos/produto.aspx?idcategoria=1&idsubcategoria=4&idproduto=630&cor=2

 

Fleece - Parte de Baixo - Calça Expedition: http://www.solobr.com/solo/produtos/produto.aspx?idcategoria=1&idsubcategoria=2&idproduto=549

 

Essas roupas vão aguentar o tranco nessa época do ano que falei? Alguém tem uma ideia de quanto sairá tudo isso aqui no Brasil? Vou começar a trip por Buenos Aires, sei que é mais vanta comprar fora, alguma indicação de loja por lá?

 

LeoRJ, quanto ao Anorak: alguma sugestão que case legal com essa combinação? Valeu man, você ajuda muito aqui no site!

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pessoal estou indo em uma viagem pela bolivia, peru,chile e argentina agora nesse inverno, minha duvida seria sobre roupas para segunda e terceira, posso comprar na tattoo bolivia ou existe alguma coisa em conta no brasil que segure em alta montanha?

vi esses modelos:

segunda camada

http://www.arcoeflecha.com.br/p-8684-Jaqueta-Masculina-Aspen-Windstopper--Kailash.html

http://www.arcoeflecha.com.br/p-5711-Jaqueta-Masculina-Original-Soft-Shell-JKT--Lafuma.html

http://www.bivak.com.br/loja/casaco-lafuma-tim-ecoline-polartec-200-masc.html

 

terceira camada

manaslu south face segura a onda?

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Ola Galera,

 

eu estou pesquisando sobre anoraks e calças 'anorak' e sempre tive vontade de ter as paradas de membranas respiraveis como gore-tex mas sempre dificuldade de entender os diferentes tipos quando procurando um casaco, pq sempre fala o tipo de tecido de gore-tex, tipo pro shell, active shell, performance shell e paclite shell mas nao explica especificamente sobre cada um. Achei um artigo de uma loja gringa que explica muito bem - especificamente sobre os diferentes tipos de gore-tex. Esta em ingles. Nao sei se algo assim ja foi postado aqui nesse topico, mas como nao estou pesquisando por aqui e simplesmente resolvi compartilhar o que encontrei em outro site acabei nao me dando ao trabalho de ler 42 pgs de posts ::hãã2::

 

o artigo na integra fala como a membrana eh feita e como funciona e tal, mas isso ja eh mais comum de encontrar entao tirei essa parte e deixei apenas as explicacoes sobre os diferentes tecidos.

 

Se for redundante peço ao editor - eh vc leorj? - que retire o post.

 

Artigo na integra pode ser lido no endereço: http://blog.tauntonleisure.com/2012/02/gore-tex-jackets-buyers-guide.html

 

 

Gore-Tex

 

All the variations of Gore's fabrics bring great weather resistance and breathability. The main differences lie in the portability, weight and abrasion resistance of the fabrics; some are designed for an array of outdoor activities, some are specialist, while others are more suited to more extreme pursuits such as mountaineering.

 

We stock four different types of Gore-Tex fabric technology - we'll explain each to you while taking a look at some of our jackets that feature it.

 

Gore-Tex Active Shell:

 

Mountain Equipment Firefox Jacket

 

The Firefox Jacket uses Gore's Active Shell fabric. It's built for optimum breathability and next to skin comfort, while ensuring the waterproof and windproof qualities that Gore-Tex is well known for.

 

 

Mountain Equipment Firefox Jacket

Active Shell is developed for highly aerobic activities. Its laminates combine a thinner, lighter Gore-Tex membrane with fine denier textiles. The backer textile is directly laminated to the membrane, which allows for high level breathability and comfort.

 

All garments using Active Shell are below 400g in weight and the Firefox is no exception. Weighing in at just 360g, this jacket is extremely lightweight and packs away small. It's ideal for fast and light, high exertion activities such as trail running, fast mountain acsents, or mountain biking.

 

Manufacturers have been asked to be minimalist in terms of features and design using Active Shell in order to obtain maximum breathability and minimum weight, so expect less features here than on general trekking and hiking jackets.

 

The Firefox jacket has an active cut with pre shaped sleeves and features an adjustable mountain hood, water resistant zipping on the front as well as underarm zipping for extra ventilation and temperature regulation. There are also adjustable cuffs and a hem drawstring.

 

These jackets are intended to be worn against the skin, or in combination with a wicking base layer. As this shell is so breathable, you don't get much of a 'micro climate' forming on the inside so for those that feel the cold a bit more, especially during rest periods, you might find that wearing an appropriate mid layer will help to provide the required warmth.

 

Company director and outdoor enthusiast, Simon Clark, has been using an Active Shell jacket out and about on various mountain biking trips recently. Keep an eye on this blog for his thoughts on Active Shell very soon.

 

Gore-Tex Active Shell Key Characteristics: extremely breathable, lightweight, comfortable. RET Breathability Rating: < 3

 

 

Gore-Tex Paclite Shell:

 

Berghaus Women's Paclite Jacket

 

Paclite is designed with those activities where space and weight considerations are important, if not critical, such as running, cycling, and hiking. Paclite combines breathability, water and windproof qualities with lightweight characteristics.

 

 

Berghaus Women's Paclite Jacket

The Berghaus Paclite is a multi-activity jacket that packs into its own stuff sack, making it ideal for travel. It's also available for men. The jacket has a 'relaxed', comfortable fit, not quite so tightly cut as 'active' fitting garments.

 

In terms of features, it has two external venting pockets, adjustable cuff and elasticated drawcord hem; the hood is volume adjustable (you can change the size of the opening) and can be 'rolled away' - it also has an adjustable stiffened peak and is plenty tough enough to withstand some pretty high winds.

 

 

Garments using Paclite Shell are manufactured with a focus on minimum weight and small pack size at the expense of durability when compared to other Gore-Tex fabrics. More durable than Active Shell, less durable than Performance and Pro Shell - Paclite is primarily for those who's main concerns are weight and bulk.

 

Gore claim that Paclite is around 15 percent lighter than standard three-ply Gore-Tex. This is down to engineering that reduces the amount of material used, making for a smaller pack size and a lighter weight. It has a protective layer on the membrane, layered with an oil-hating substance and carbon, making a separate lining on the inside unnecessary. The outer shell is made of high performance nylon or polyester.

 

Paclite, Performance and Pro Shell Garments all feature Gore's 'extreme wet weather construction'. Simply put, they're engineered to pass aggressive rain tests from different angles for extended periods. They deliver protection against extended wet weather conditions.

 

Gore-Tex Paclite Shell Key Characteristics: lightweight, very small pack size, versatile, extreme wet weather construction. RET Breathability Rating: < 4

 

 

Gore-Tex Performance Shell:

 

Berghaus Men's Cornice IA

 

 

Berghaus Men's Cornice

Performance Shell jackets tend to be relatively heavier in weight, with more focus on durability over the ultralight and packable. A replacement for classic Gore-Tex fabric, it's designed for a wide range of outdoor activities, like hiking and trekking rather than a fast mountain ascent.

 

As with all Gore-Tex Fabrics, Performance Shell provides durably waterproof and breathable protection from the elements. Available as a two or three-ply construction, all Performance Shell jackets available from Taunton Leisure are two layer. The Gore-Tex membrane is bonded to the outer shell material and protected on the inside by a separate lining, which further ensures the performance and comfort of the fabric.

 

The Cornice weighs in at 701g, which is on the heavy side of the range. This is reflected in features such as the longer length, offering full protection in wet and windy conditions; and interactive (IA) zip for the attachment of a fleece, offering extra insulation possibilities. As a general rule, performance shell jackets are more rugged and durable than the others we've looked at so far.

 

Without doing it a disservice, you could describe it as a 'general purpose' outdoor jacket; it has all the bells and whistles you'd come to expect from an outdoor winter shell - storm flaps, an adjustable hood that can be rolled down as a collar, adjustable cuffs with preshaped sleeves as well as an elasticated waist and adjustable drawcord hem, two handwarmer pockets and an internal zipped chest pocket.

 

Performance Shell jackets have an 'extreme wet weather construction' as well as Gore 'comfort mapping technology' - also found on Paclite and Pro Shell fabrics. Comfort mapping increases breathability, comfort, warmth and fit by viewing the body as a map with different climactic zones and adjusting the use and combination of Gore-Tex fabrics to reflect this. Garments with this feature also have advanced seam-sealing techniques to reliably combine different fabric types inside the garment.

 

Key Characteristics of Gore-Tex Performance Shell: durable, breathable, suitable for a wide range of activities, comfort mapping technology, extreme wet weather construction. RET Breathability Rating: 7-10

 

 

Gore-Tex Pro Shell:

 

Mountain Equipment Men's Morpheus Jacket

 

As the name suggests, Pro Shell is the fabric for outdoor professionals and serious enthusiasts. The replacement for the XCR fabric; for those who face extreme conditions and tough weather for extended periods. Gore-Tex Pro Shell is made with the most rugged, most breathable, durably waterproof and windproof fabrics.

 

 

Mountain Equipment Morpheus Jacket

Available in either two or three layer constructions, all Pro Shell garments in our range are three layer. A high performance Gore-Tex membrane is bonded to the outer material and a specially developed robust inner lining.

 

Like both the Performance Shell and the Paclite shell, the Pro shell features 'extreme wet weather construction' - passing the most aggressive rain tests as well as 'comfort mapping technology'.

 

Slightly shorter than other Mountain Equipment shells, the Morpheus' features include an active cut with articulated arm shape; slightly more snug around the arms and shoulders. At just 470g, this is one of the lightest jackets in its class.

 

The Stratum Storage System is designed to increase pocket capacity by 25% with one ‘A4’ sized Napoleon pocket and two large chest pockets which can be used while wearing a rucksack or harness, all with protective plackets and ample storage for something like a large map.

 

You'll also find dual hem drawcords and adjustable cuffs and so called 'stealth technology' which doesn't make you invisible, but greatly reduces wind resistance.

 

Pro Shell uses Gore's 'Micro Grid Backer Technology'. This uses a woven internal backing material on the lining to improve internal abrasion and resistance to snagging, while decreasing weight and increasing breathability. The woven backer is around 50 per-cent lighter than conventional knitted backers still used by Gore for Performance Shell

 

Key Characteristics of Gore-Tex Pro Shell: Tough, durable, breathable, excels in extreme conditions, extreme wet weather construction, comfort mapping technology, micro grid backer technology. RET Breathability Rating: < 6

 

If your eyes glazed over a little at all of that reading, if you don't take anything in from this blog but one thing, make sure it's this:

 

The Summary:

If you're after something lightweight that can be worn next to the skin, with ultimate breathability for aerobic activity, go for Active Shell.

If ultimate lightweight and small pack size is your priority at the expense of a little breathability and durability, try Paclite Shell

If you want something a little more rugged that will suit all round use and a wide range of outdoor activity, consider Performance Shell.

If you're looking for something to perform in the most extreme outdoor conditions for extended periods whilst remaining breathable and durable, opt for Pro Shell

So there we are, another buyers guide done. Hopefully it'll help you with your understanding of the nuances and features of each of the Gore-Tex fabrics.

 

Stay warm and dry out there!

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Muito legal Xaliba, gostei do resumão:

 

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Se você está atrás de algo leve, que pode ser usado junto à pele, com respirabilidade final para atividade aeróbica, ir para a Shell Active.

Se o tamanho do pacote final leve e pequeno é a sua prioridade à custa de um pouco respirabilidade e durabilidade, tente Paclite Shell

Se você quer algo um pouco mais robusto que irá atender toda a utilização redonda e uma ampla gama de atividades ao ar livre, considere Shell Performance.

Se você está procurando algo para fazer nas condições mais extremas ao ar livre por longos períodos, enquanto permanecendo respirável e durável opte por Pro Shell

Ficar quente e seco lá fora!

 

By Google tradutor... ::otemo::

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