Love Letter from Doug White: “Hi Folks! And happy holidays to all of you at RailRiders Clothing .I just wanted to drop you a note to wish you all the best and tell you how much I appreciate the quality of your clothing. I may not be a professional athlete or have any other sort of fame that carries an influential name, but I am a dyed-in-the-wool adventurer. I am very hard on clothes, and the places I venture into tend to shred the more well-known, name-brand “fancy pants.” I began using your gear a few years ago, and now it’s the only stuff I wear when I head out into the real wild. It’s true quality!
“This past fall, I was in the Escalante Desert near the southern border of Utah and northern border of Arizona. We do a lot of backcountry trekking where no trails exist and few people venture. After days of scrambling in, over, and through rock of all sorts, I actually got my first tear in a pair of your Eco-Mesh pants. I was actually proud of this happening since I had never before torn out the backside of your pants. I almost took a picture of it to send to you, but my wife prevented that little indiscretion.”
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James Michael Rice, of Boston, and author of Rebel Angels, The Still, and A Tough Act to Follow,writes: “My older brother, Jay, and I recently went on a whirlwind adventure in Egypt to celebrate his fortieth birthday. Now, as anyone can tell you, Egypt is hot. But Egypt in July is just plain brutal! Nevertheless, from exploring the barren Black Desert to camping beneath the stars in the otherworldly White Desert, from the Great Pyramids and the mysterious Sphinx to the massive stone guardians of Abu Simbel, from the streets of Cairo to spending the night on an open sailboat on the Nile, my Eco-Mesh Pants were up to the task!Given our itinerary, my goal was to travel light, so each garment that went along on my journey was carefully chosen. In a conservative country such as Egypt, shorts are not only frowned upon, but they instantly peg you as a Western tourist, which then signals the locals to charge you exorbitant prices on just about anything. Fortunately, my Eco-Mesh Pants allowed me to blend in a little better than the average tourist. They are extremely light, cool, comfortable, and were rugged enough to survive a journey by plane, train, camel, donkey, felucca (a small sailboat), hot air balloon, and automobile. They also did the trick in keeping the insects at bay while camping in the desert and along the Nile. I will definitely recommend RailRiders to my fellow travelers, and I am already looking forward to my next purchase for my next adventure!”
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