The hydration pack and vest market continues to grow, and every year there seems to be new innovations. Cotopaxi has joined the movement with their new Veloz line of hydration packs that feature an innovative attachment system and plenty of pockets to organize all a runner’s nutrition and gear needs. Read on for my initial thoughts.
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A lightweight jacket that with from a company that sets itself apart with “Gear for Good”, the Cotopaxi Men’s Paray Lightweight checks a lot of the boxes at first look. Click here to see my initial review and thoughts on the jacket.
The Cotopaxi Women’s Altiplano Vest has been worn for the past two months. I cannot think of anything negative to say about it. It is a lightweight vest, that packs down small, and has kept me warm in temperatures over the freezing mark (it was hard enough to find freezing temperatures where I live).
When I first got the Cotopaxi Tikal Active Shell in my hands, the first thing I did was check the weather. Why? Because it made me want it to rain! There was no way such a stretchy and lightweight shell could be waterproof. It did not feel like any raincoat I had ever felt before. I subsequently wore the Tikal Active Shell every day until it finally rain. Has the “ultralight waterproof and breathable shell with four-way stretch, perfect for four-season backpacking, hiking, and travel” even remotely lived up to the hype? Perhaps I’ve kept my ancient crinkly rain coat in my closet for the really rainy days. Well, you’ll just have to read the first chapter of my review to find out!