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post #31 of 523
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Couple other things: Teger, if you're curious about the dualist jacket... and if anyone's into the cashmere-angora hoody...
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The Dualist jacket is an awesome piece that is more like sweater meets jacket. It's going to be awesome in windy and colder weather. On truly cold days, you may need to layer this one with a warm baselayer. The Dualist is a about an inch longer in the back and the Bunnygoat is even and straight at the bottom hem. They are both pretty fitted but not tight. The Bunnygoat is extremely soft and warm. Here are the measurements for both (EDIT: size small == 37" chest): Dualist: Chest: 19 1/4 (one inch below armhole) Shoulder: 17 1/4 Bunnygoat Hoody: Chest: 18 1/4 (one inch below armhole) Shoulder: 17 1/2
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Originally Posted by Clyde099 View Post
Any input (in regard to fit/quality)/pics would be greatly appreciated.
I knew someone had posted a pic of the acoustic jacket in WAYWN last year. Just found it. The guy, wrl, said it was "stretchy and comfortable".
post #32 of 523
see as a fellow virginian, you know we only have cold weather like 3 months a year, so I don't think that I need another 'winter' jacket. the acousting is so tempting though... I also assume those are for size small?
post #33 of 523
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For most of Virginia it's 3 months. I'm in the mountains. It's more like 4-5. :P

And yes, those are for size Small.

I just bought a polotariat and a scarf. Thanks, zissou.
post #34 of 523
I own some winter sports Nau gear and really like it. It has a great fit and very well-thought-out design. If I didn't live in SoCal I'd own a lot more of it, especially their city-style stuff.
post #35 of 523
Anyone know if they ship to canada? you can change the billing address to canada but not the shipping address.
post #36 of 523
Just looking for a quick response, does anyone know how warm their down jackets are?
post #37 of 523
warm. I wore in in buffalo in about 5 degree weather withjj a tshirt underneath and was fine
post #38 of 523
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post
warm. I wore in in buffalo in about 5 degree weather withjj a tshirt underneath and was fine
When were you in Buffalo?
post #39 of 523
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Originally Posted by raginberriodoom View Post
Just looking for a quick response, does anyone know how warm their down jackets are?


I have the down shirt and find it to be much warmer than my POS North Face Nuptse jacket ever was. This is mostly due to the tapered cut of the jacket, which reduces the air space in between your body and the insulation. So, while it's not nearly as bulky as most down jackets, I'd say it's just as warm if not warmer. Plus, the snap=up collar is a great added feature for those times when I'm caught int he cold without a scarf.
post #40 of 523
I'm actually looking to pick up the http://www.nau.com/mens/categories/j...t-307M408.html, the blazing jacket, since it seems to be the most warm out of all the jackets (I need it for those nasty Chicago winters...) The down shirt looks nice but does not look to be as warm as the blazing jacket. Can anyone else comment on these two pieces?

Also looking at the twisted scarves, which colorway do you guys think is the best? I'm digging twilight.
post #41 of 523
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When were you in Buffalo?

haha I didn't even see you were from buffalo! I was up during the 1st week of january for a week, visiting family. erie county area, must outside of amherst
post #42 of 523
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Originally Posted by raginberriodoom View Post
I'm actually looking to pick up the http://www.nau.com/mens/categories/j...t-307M408.html, the blazing jacket, since it seems to be the most warm out of all the jackets (I need it for those nasty Chicago winters...) The down shirt looks nice but does not look to be as warm as the blazing jacket. Can anyone else comment on these two pieces?

Also looking at the twisted scarves, which colorway do you guys think is the best? I'm digging twilight.

Read the thread, foo. Teger's posted about three times on the blazing jacket, including a fit pic.

I picked up the green one. Lichen, I think? I have too much black/navy/grey in my wardrobe already.
post #43 of 523
I like that scarf in twilight the most, partly because I hate wearing green.
post #44 of 523
So you guys are saying this stuff fits pretty TTS? The fit pics of the shirts look great but I don't want them to pull an RL on me.
post #45 of 523
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^^ I'll find out next week. They describe the fit of each piece on the page, and I've had good results in calling/emailing and asking for measurements -- which seem to match up fairly well with their sizing chart.
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