Perhaps there is interest in an update to my post https://www.thehighroad.org/index.p...ather-elk-hunting.661698/page-3#post-10941368. The Bolderton clothing worked great - the outer shell is very tough. In fact it was so warm I didn't have to use all the layers and had to unzip my coat as temperatures actually reached the mid to upper 40's by mid-afternoon! Perhaps it was also due to the fact that we were VERY active both on horses and on foot during the day. Exception: riding up in the morning slowly and quietly was COLD especially in the toes. Sitting on a slow walking horse I found is almost as cold as standing still. Boots were Cabela's/Meindl Air active - also very warm and comfortable. But I did use heat pads top and bottom for toes because as I said mornings were cold - in the single digits and low teens.