Burley isnt sold here that i can find.
I have mec with this http://www.mec.ca/Products/product_detail.jsp;jsessionid=DllB8LYVFS9nlTZgZjLGsk8Gqkbdhk3crGQLRjGfDsWynKymmLLC!-2115195031?FOLDER%3C%3Efolder_id=2534374302692343&PRODUCT%3C%3Eprd_id=845524442617571&bmUID=11265406 74067
Or Tiaga , the one i linked above
Or Sugoi http://www.sugoi.ca/consumer/product...6931&color=COS
Those are the 3 i have available at stores near me. All the suggestions of stuff sold in the states is great...if you live in the states. We get some of the brands here but not many, thats why im asking about these particular brands, which i can buy.
The sugoi is an extremely light, thin shell. It will fit in a jersey pocket, and i honestly have doubts it can actually keep water off in rain. Not a shower, but good west coast rain. Its a snug fit, no excess coat flapping anywhere. It it works it will be awesome.
The mec jacket is not bad, its an entrant fabric and is the typical bulkier style coat. What it lacks would be ventalation.
The taiga is the bulkiest, stiffest, but also the most water resistant and with the most ventalation.
I guess my decision is do i want the bulky jacket capable of keepign me dry in a downpour and with enough vents to not drown me in sweat. Or do i go for the high tech, slick, tight fitting jacket that claims i wont sweat to death and claims to be waterproof.
Heh, darn decisions, if they were 50 bucks id buy both.