Raycen spends his time between the above states as he works with Native American Tribal Nations on project development year round at the various locations and climates. Spending time in the vast open prairies, rugged mountain terrains, and remote ocean coastlines often with little luggage on hand requires him to have the best gear to stay on site and perform. Raycen prefers Wool, Gore-tex, and Waxed Canvas for his baselayers and shells with an emphasis on Wool as his all around preference.
Raycen pairs his Anorak with the Scarf and Walker Hat during travel and work for comfort and performance. He packs his Selvedge Poncho as a bed roll for long car rides as an insurance against breakdowns and emergencies. (Raycen is looking forward to WeatherWool Fingerless Gloves to complete his ideal work and travel wear.) Raycen plans on getting the Mouton Jacket next to face the winters in style.
[The material below is Ralph. The material above is from Raycen himself!]
Raycen's first direct contact with WeatherWool was a phone call, and it was one of those rare occasions when I was almost immediately pretty sure I was speaking with a future Advisor. Raycen is a super-friendly and knowledgeable guy (except maybe for that Gore-tex thing! -- HA! ...) and I'm really glad that my initial impressions have been confirmed! Also ... Sorry, bud, but it will be a while before we make gloves of any kind. Thanks for the encouragement!