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WILDWALKINGUK

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EDZ clothing
« on: 08:43:06, 28/12/19 »
After wearing EDZ Breifs continuously for 58 days during my LEJOG and 3 Peaks walk. I am now testing another 16 items, to see how suitable they are for hikers. I am very impressed with the EDZ clothing that I have tested so far, I think it's very good value for money. I am interested in your thoughts on EDZ products, so I can write a more open minded full review of each item.
 
A link to my initial review of the EDZ products I have: [size=78%]https://wildwalkinguk.com/2019/12/28/edz-clothing/[/size]


Many thanks and best wishes for 2020

Percy

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Re: EDZ clothing
« Reply #1 on: 09:31:25, 28/12/19 »
After wearing EDZ Breifs continuously for 58 days during my LEJOG and 3 Peaks walk.
Did you turn them inside out after 29 days?

richardh1905

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Re: EDZ clothing
« Reply #2 on: 09:48:59, 28/12/19 »
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WILDWALKINGUK

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Re: EDZ clothing
« Reply #3 on: 09:55:02, 28/12/19 »
Every day or so I took them off, washed them in a river and put them back on. Being merino wool they warmed up and dried surprisingly quickly.
This was not my plan from the start of the walk, I somehow managed to forget a spare pair pants and a compass. I didn't notice the missing compass until I tried to get off the summit of Scafell Pike in cloud 6 weeks in - I did notice the missing pants a bit sooner.
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