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2011 Sessions Kreuger Stripe Softshell Jacket Review

Sessions Kreuger Stripe Softshell Jacket Review by evo - When got this in the mail, I tore open the package like a fat kid after a chocolate cake and decided promptly to walk around in the rain. After 10 minutes I walked back inside and besides my pants being soaked, I was rather dry. 

That weekend I went to Steven's pass for a bit of terrain park fun fun. The pocket didn't effect the lift pass in my pocket and I was able to walk through lifts with no problems. On the lift I noticed I wasn't cold as I normally was which was nice. After a few runs wasn't sweating or cold. The jacket held up even when I decided that going through a small tree was a good idea.

The only gripe I have about the jacket is that it would be nice to have maybe an extra pocket and maybe to have a pb & j in the box. Oh well I guess i just need to make my own sandwich.

Review by evo
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