April 11, 2013
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"'The perfect layer for summer backpacking.' declares a tester who wore the breathable Cloud on chilly climbs in Mt. Rainier National Park and Tasmania: 'I stayed cool and dry while scrambling up a Tasmanian peak, then it kept me from feeling chilled on top, where 25-mph winds gusted.' The water resistant Cloud also fended off drizzles for almost two hours with out a leak. Testers appreciated its streamlined design-no pockets, no hood-and ultralight packability."