Full review of the Brooks Cascadia Shell: http://bit.ly/cascadiashell
Springtime weather can be a tricky thing to figure out. Ever-changing forecasts bring with them new challenges for those of us who are outside for hours doing our thing. We always say being prepared is key. Wearing a pack to carry extra clothing items, fuel and hydration is a must if you plan on being out on a hike or run for any length of time. Packs can be cumbersome to get on and off though to change in and out of layers. Brooks has come up with a unique way of tackling this issue. The Cascadia Shell is a water and wind resistant jacket designed to be worn over a small pack. This was very exciting for me to hear as Lori is training for an ultra and she’s out on the trails getting her long training runs done in all sorts of weather. The less time she takes fidgeting with her pack the better. Easy on / easy off…sounds like such a great idea, right? Let’s see..
Would you wear something like the Brooks Cascadia Shell or is this. a product creating a solution to a problem that doesn’t really exist? Tell us in the comments!
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Born and raised in the great state of Virginia, Brandon is a former opera singer (true story) who’s had the outdoors flowing through his veins since day one. Brandon now lives in Colorado with his daughter Sydney (AKA, Baby Gearist).