I kept putting off my final update thinking I might somehow tear or damage the Thunderbolt jeans. Boy, what a waste of time. So without and fanfare I present my final thoughts on what has turned out to be just an outstanding article of clothing. But to read the details you must click here.
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Finishing the Gulf Coast Marathon while wearing the Marly T
I have used the Thunderbolt Sportswear Marly T over the past month while hiking and camping in Southern Louisiana, and while running a marathon in Mississippi, and it has performed superbly. It is soft and comfortable to wear, does not show any durability issues and for the most part is stink free. Read on for my detailed update on the shirt’s performance.
I have now worn the Thunderbolt jeans during several different activities and temperature ranges. I like them a lot. To read why please click here.
Hello Loyal Readers! Welcome to our first ever Holiday Gear Guide. We feature products that we have used over the past several months and some of our favorites from our gear closets. Check out our reviews of cool new items from Thunberbolt Sportswear, GSI and more. Click here to read on!
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Baseline Marly Tee
A successful running and backpacking kit begins with the base layers that a person wears. I will be using the Thunderbolt Sportswear Baseline Marly Tee as my base layer shirt for my adventures over the next few months. The Baseline Marly Tee is a lightweight merino tee shirt that is available in both long sleeve and short sleeve options. Read on for my initial thoughts.
Follow along over the next few months as I test the Thunderbolt Original Jeans. So far I’ve worn them hiking and bike riding but plan to use them for more outdoor activities. They do seem up to the task but testing will tell the whole story. To read more please click here.