Gore Windstopper vs. eVent raincoat for "breathability"?
Has anyone happened to have a chance to compare Gore Windstopper to an eVent raincoat (like the Showers Pass model) for breathability?
I was thinking of getting the raincoat for rain and a windstopper jacket for other conditions, but when I started reading about it it seems like people feel that windstopper isn't particularly breathable either. And apparently, it's very very similar to GoreTex in material, and that's not particularly breathable. Obviously, neither one is going to be as breathable as, say, pure wool, but if windstopper is no more breathable than the eVent rainjacket, maybe I would be better off just wearing the Shower's Pass eVent rainjacket and not worrying about switching back and forth? (in the winter - in above freezing temps, I already have a windproof front, non-windproof back cycling jacket)).
Just wondering if anyone has had any experience or thoughts on the breathability between the two.