The weather has been rather warm and my knee is also still bothering me quite a bit which has limited my hiking and other forms of exercise. As a results, I have not used the Duofold Varitherms a much as I would have liked during the last phase of testing. However, I was able to wear the Varitherm top and bottom on several occasions even though sometimes I wore just the top or just the bottom. For instance on a day hike on April 4th I wore a pair of sweat pants and the Varitherm top under a light jacket on a short exercise hike to the holler. To read the rest of the update along with the entire review please click here.
Since receiving the Duofold Varitherm top and bottom the weather has been a mix of cold and not so cold so I have not worn them a lot but I have worn them when they were appropriate. This has included several walks on some chilly mornings and a few bike rides on my Rans Dynamik (crank forward road bike) and my new off road Recumbent. I did manage one walk when it was 28 F and there was snow on the ground. I actually missed the snow because I was at work in the valley and it did not snow there but it was a cold day and I had them on at work. When I got home the following morning about half of the 2 inches of snow was left so instead of my usual nap I took a long walk after my breakfast and a few cups of coffee. To read the rest of the review please click here.