Here are write ups from various publications on my work.

  • MOUNTAIN HARDWEAR Windstopper Insulated Jacket

    On a spring heli-ski trip in British Columbia, this synthetic-filled jacket provided a near perfect balance of warmth, protection, and breathability. Credit the Windstopper shell, long pit zips, and removable hood. -Outside Buyer’s Guide 2008

  • POWDERHORN M's Jesse James Pant

    Warm, yet wild. Touches of corduroy give these waterproof Prima-Loft insulated pants a dash of outlaw flash. But what feels down right illegal is when you shed your base-layer bottoms, go commando, and still feel warm and fuzzy inside -Outside Buyer’s Guide 2008

  • POWDERHORN M's Longhorn Zipneck

    Made of Peruvian alpaca wool, this antistink base layer is even softer than the finest merino we tested. Plus it won’t shrink in the wash like some wool base layers. - Outside Buyer’s Guide 2008


  • POWDERHORN M's Nighthawk Down Jacket

    You may look like a Hot Dog extra, but thanks to innovations hidden in its retro design, like a fleece-lined collar and pit zips, you’ll be more comfortable than any 70’s skier ever was. The 550 fill-down stayed hot-tub warm even on cold-smoke days. -Skiing Magazine, October 2007

  • CLOUDVEIL Men's Down Patrol

    "If you get cold in Cloudveil's Down Patrol just give up and move to Death Valley. The DP is filled with nearly a half pound of high-loft, 650 fill goose down in a trim, new-school silhouette that would make the Michelin Man weep with envy. Don't fret his tears. The shell is made with Gore's water-resistant, gust-proof Windstopper fabric." -National Geographic Adventure Magazine

    "Of all the mountaineering based brands, none do a better job of keeping in touch with their roots than Jackson-based Cloudveil, which makes high-quality outerwear without the tech-weenie stigma. Feature like pit zips, a removable hood and an ultra-lightweight fabric make the Down Patrol more than a sleeping bag on the slopes. Editors pick for 2006" -Freeskier Buyers Guide

    Category Killers - The best at what they do....jackets by which all others should be measured. Editors pick for 2007. -Ski Magazine

  • CLOUDVEIL Women's Down Patrol

    "The women's Down Patrol has all the tricks of the fully-featured down jacket: iPod stash pocket, a loop in the collar for routing your earphone cord, removable hood and a double-entry chest pocket, with zips both inside and outside the jacket, and earning this combo an Editors pick for 2007." -Freeskier Buyers Guide

  • CLOUDVEIL Men's Circut Jacket

    National Geographic Adventure - 10/06 "Hike the Golden Circle" article selects the Cloudveil Circut Jacket. -National Geographic Adventure Magazine

  • CLOUDVEIL Women's Inversion Jacket

    "This 650 Fill down jacket made rest stops cozy even in sub zero temps and whipping winds atop Mt. Washington. The perks: ultralight, snowshedding, poke-proof exterior, handwarmer pockets, and a snuggly chin guard. -Backpacker Magazine

  • CLOUDVEIL Men's Hoback Jacket

    "Cloudveil is as adept at making gear for in-bounds skiers as it is for the backcountry crowd. That's why its new Hoback jacket- with light insulation, no hood and features like an iPod stash pocket- is more at home in its namesake terrain at Jackson than the backcountry." -Freeskier Buyers Guide

  • CLOUDVEIL Men's Hoback Pant

    "The Hoback pants are insulated and have two layers of Gore-Tex for bomber performance, and earning this combo an Editors pick for 2007." -Freeskier Buyers Guide