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post #286 of 525
on the modus trench:
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Originally Posted by sygyzy View Post
I haven't been to 0 degree Canada but I wore it earlier this month in NYC where it was rainy and cold (about 45 degrees F). It was perfect. The inside is lined and the outside keeps you really warm. They even have closures up the neck so you are really covered. The wrist adjustment is genius. It seriously is the best I've seen. Lots of random pockets. Riri main zipper. You read that right - Riri. Detachable hoody. Best part is it dries completely in a few minutes, no lie.

Thanks for the info, I'm curious if its good for a good bit colder than 45, say 20-30*F.
post #287 of 525
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Originally Posted by nineohtoo View Post
Does anyone have the Vice Blazer? I'm curious how the Small fits. I tried a Riding Jacket in Small and it was a bit large for me all around. I'm hoping this fits just a tad smaller than the riding jacket, because it just might work for me.

Anybody have any comments on this? I'm wondering the exact same thing about the Vice Blazer, and any fit pics or comments would be most welcome.
post #288 of 525
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Originally Posted by blynch View Post
on the modus trench:

Thanks for the info, I'm curious if its good for a good bit colder than 45, say 20-30*F.



I wish I could help you but I have no way of replicating that since I live in California and it's pretty much a constant 70 degrees here. It just barely started getting cold (60F) today.
post #289 of 525
^^Good info on the modus trench. I'm very close to ordering one. Can anyone comment on the material durability? Thanks.
post #290 of 525
How is the fit on the Transporter Blazer and I figure getting it adjusted wouldn't be that tough? Also can you return stuff you bought online to the online store if the fit is bad?
post #291 of 525
Thread Starter 
^ Yes, you can return items bought online. Look for that link on the Nau page that reads "Customer Service".
post #292 of 525
Are there still any Friends & Family discounts? I'd love to order a trench today.
post #293 of 525
Somehow I missed that earlier, thanks.
post #294 of 525
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Originally Posted by blynch View Post
on the modus trench:

Thanks for the info, I'm curious if its good for a good bit colder than 45, say 20-30*F.

This has more to do with what you layer it with. It's uninsulated outerwear, so it's dependent on what you use as your mid-layer. Assuming you're not just literally standing outside immobile for hours, it should perform quite well w/ a sweater/down vest combo, a warmer fleece piece, or some combination thereof. Something like the Nau Down Shirt really shines when paired like this, since it's a full layer (not just a vest) but it's still super light for how warm it is. Also, it looks sharp on its own and is neutral enough to work with a lot of styles.
post #295 of 525
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blynch, I imagine you'd be more interested in the FW09 Shroud of Purrin trench.
post #296 of 525
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Originally Posted by irbe View Post
Anybody know if a small would fit some body who is 5'9 and 145 pounds. Would like it a little slimming and not baggy. How does the rheostat compare to CG jackets? Thanks

Bump anybody know how warmth wise Nau compare to CG?
post #297 of 525
shroud of perrin blazer knocked down to $210

shipped to canada... shipping $60 duties $70

wtf. does anyone know a better option?
post #298 of 525
^ Do the duties vary if you get a package from an individual vs. commercial entity? If so I could maybe proxy for you, and even with a small fee save you some cash. Depends on where you are in CA. PM me and we can sort it out.
post #299 of 525
the company nau uses for international shipping is total bs. their shipping and handling fee is a joke. thanks nau.
post #300 of 525
^I don't need to defend them, but I know that international shipping for a manufacturer has a lot of implications--you need to have packaging in multiple languages, what your labels state is subject to diff controls than just shipping in the US, you need to offer the customer service to support it, etc. Nau is small, and shipping internationally is a big time/cost issue.

I work for a large brand, and even we don't ship internationally from our ecommerce site for all those reasons. I can't comment on the 3rd party they are using, but I'm sure they are trying to offer a viable solution for those who have no other way to get their products.
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