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Old 04-11-2019, 04:10 PM   #2
Join Date: Feb 2004
Posts: 249
Had the same scenario on the same mountain.

I had a hat, shirt with a hood, facemask, goggles and a hooded shell and was very comfortable, except for the occasional gust that wanted to knock you off your feat.

My partner on the other hand was suited up as you see, and was not very comfortable. we ended up bailing a short ways from the summit. If he had a hooded jacket, he may have been able to draw it up around his face.

By the way, the goggles don't weigh much or take up too much space. I usually carry more gear and have a bigger pack than necessary on most occasions.
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