A Simple Clothing System: UPDATE and Podcast Dump

BWCA 2018. Microburst. This storm generated 60 mph straight line winds. I’m glad we weren’t on the water when it came through.

I’ve been digging into podcasts over the past several months and further exploring the origins of the clothing system that I am outlining in this series of posts. One of the things that I’ve discovered is that there are a few people out there who have very deep knowledge on clothing systems design and performance. Many of these folks are connected with the modern backcountry hunting community. Quite a few have ties to the military and some were influential in developing the systems that started as the Protective Combat Uniform and morphed into the current version of the US Army’s Extended Cold Weather Clothing System.  Continue reading “A Simple Clothing System: UPDATE and Podcast Dump”