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Originally Posted by onthefence View Post
I need something WATERRESISTANT, BREATHABLE, and SUPER LIGHT that I can wear during socal spring days, which are usually 50F degrees. I believe the jackets I currently own have no insulation and they are still too warm even with the vents opened... they are an Oakley Locked, a Bonfire Volt, and a DC Cooper. I even tried an Analog Transpose hoodie which was also far too warm. Can you suggest me something? Ideally this would be something as thin as a baselayer, but with water resist.
I use a fleece top and spray water repellent on it. If you want to spend some money, Burton and many others offer sweaters and hoodies that have DWR fabric.

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