Mizuno Impermalite

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Looking for new raingear. Have some really old gore tex stuff but looking for lighter. Need it for a trip to Scotland but also to wear in Virginia. Anyone try the Mizuno gear? I like the cut and comfort of Zero also.
 

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I have a couple of pieces of Mizuno rain gear. Its decent. Not my favorite, not my least favorite.
 

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The Sunice stuff is very nice.
 

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I have a couple of pieces of Mizuno rain gear. Its decent. Not my favorite, not my least favorite.
Anything particular you didn't like....weight, fit...etc?
 

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Anything particular you didn't like....weight, fit...etc?
One of mine allows a bit of water through the zipper, so its more of a coat for me. The other is fine, I just think that others are better for me.
Cross is the best I have used to date.
Zero Restriction would probably be second, followed by Sunice and a few others like Nike.
 

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Cross would be decent if their sizing actually made sense. Its smaller smaller smallest.
 

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if you can afford zero restriction its some of the best i've ever used.
 

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For Scotland then Galvin Green! Buy it over here and save yourself a fortune. If not to your liking then adidas ClimaProof Storm or Nike StormFit will see you through.

mind you we haven't had any rain here for about 6 weeks, as you will see from Muirfield
 

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I have a Mizuno impermalite jacket and I really like it. It has removeable sleeves which is perfect for the South Florida downpours where it soaks and then steams. Its a great jacket for warm weather and totally waterproof with the sleeves on, zippered, and buttoned all the way.
 

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I have a Mizuno impermalite jacket and I really like it. It has removeable sleeves which is perfect for the South Florida downpours where it soaks and then steams. Its a great jacket for warm weather and totally waterproof with the sleeves on, zippered, and buttoned all the way.
Which jacket do you have with the removable sleeves? I saw a Geo model but that seems like it is no longer offered. I'd like to have that option also. The Mizuno seems a little lighter than Gore Tex.
 

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Which jacket do you have with the removable sleeves? I saw a Geo model but that seems like it is no longer offered. I'd like to have that option also. The Mizuno seems a little lighter than Gore Tex.
I'd have to look to find the exact model, its about two years old. Will report back.
 

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