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zip vent in jacket or pants: mesh or not?

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i see some brands have a mesh some other dont, pants in particular.
Also, some place the zip in the inner leg, other place it on the outside.

what do you think/prefer?
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Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Mesh helps keep snow out at expense of slightly less efficient venting and usually slightly greater cost. Inner or outer leg is just a matter of how much you like to flash your gash.

Armpits mesh less critical until you take a header then you wish you had it rather than a jacket filled with snow.
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