In British Columbia’s interior, the seasons seem to change with the flick of a switch. And when the sweltering August summer heat gives way to cool, crisp air and below-50 temperatures in early September, you’d better have put your running shorts away and have your socks and layers handy. This year, after a misguided clothing purge, all that was left in my closet were big woolen turtlenecks and thin cardigans, none of which were appropriate. To remedy this wardrobe crisis, I got myself a Cotopaxi fleece. Since receiving it, I’ve worn my Cotopaxi Teca fleece full-zip jacket nearly every day, taking it to rainy Alaska and unseasonably hot and always posh Vancouver and Whistler, and now I can’t see myself going anywhere without it.
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