Growing up in the PNW and now living in NYC, I’ve learned there’s no real excuse for being caught outside with dysfunctional gear. Much of what is sold as “waterproof” is anything but—the difference between 10k mm and 20k mm waterproof rating is enormous—and being mistaken about your level of protection can be annoying in the city and downright dangerous on the trail. With this in mind we were excited to test out the new Keb Eco-Shell jacket from Swedish outfitter Fjällräven this past month while roaming around a bit of South America.
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