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post #511 of 525
Any new discount codes?
post #512 of 525

any coupon codes?

post #513 of 525
I just got the F&F info for the season. PM me for it.

NOTE: Due to Nau's recent sale to Korean outdoor brand Black Sheep, this is the last time I will get these F&F codes. So, if you see something you like, this might be the time to swoop it.
post #514 of 525
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^ Really? Source?

EDIT: Never mind, found a few.

http://www.malakye.com/asp/front/CMSPage.asp?TYP_ID=4&ID=6042

Black Yak.
post #515 of 525
I don't know Black Yak but the fact that they license Marmot in Korea seems a positive to me. Marmot doesn't have the cache of North Face or Patagonia to most people but they make great technical gear.

While I'm in this thread, I'll say that I bought one of Nau's trench shells like five years ago and the thing has been awesome. Almost the perfect coat for the application.
post #516 of 525
Woops. Misremembered the name.

apparently BY's founder is a well respected high alpine climber and the brand has been around for some time. (Haven't read that link above but local PDX papers had some goo articles when it happened recently).

I don't really think tons will change...but of course some thigs will...
post #517 of 525
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I asked a Korean friend about this, and she checked a few articles from the Korean media. Nothing that the Portland papers hadn't already covered. Good for Nau, I guess.
post #518 of 525
Needed a work appropriate rain shell so I picked up a Modus trench thanks to oboy. Anyone else have the Modus and how are you liking it? I hope I sized right, went with a M and I'm about a 42 chest / 32 waist. What did you guys pick up this sale?
post #519 of 525
Just got the Modus and it looks like they've switched things up. Thin brushed lining, YKK instead of RIRI zips and the outer fabric has a ripstop look and feel to it with a light grid pattern, Bit disappointed.
post #520 of 525
any promo codes floating around?
post #521 of 525
Thread Starter 
^ On top of the 50% sale going on? Doubt it.
post #522 of 525
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Nau
Portland Warehouse Sale
525 NW 10th Ave Portland OR 97209

Mar 13, 10-7
Mar 14, 10-7
Mar 15, 10-6
Mar 16, 11-5

up to 80% off



I'll be checking it out at some point... if anyone's interested I could probably proxy.
post #523 of 525
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Originally Posted by ahjota View Post

Nau
Portland Warehouse Sale
525 NW 10th Ave Portland OR 97209

Mar 13, 10-7
Mar 14, 10-7
Mar 15, 10-6
Mar 16, 11-5

up to 80% off



I'll be checking it out at some point... if anyone's interested I could probably proxy.

If they follow the standard program, the drops on the 1st day are more like 50% all around, maybe 60% on some much older items (which will inevitably be super random in sizing w/ the most popular sizes sold out). Then, the percentage drops over the course of the days. They do restock over the course of the sale, but stock is always a little wonky.

I've found it to be a bit of mixed bag, and not always vastly superior to the online 50% sales. However, there are always some great deals, and if you really like the brand and aren't looking for something super specific, you can score good stuff.

Proxying is a little challenging, in that you'd have almost certainly have to commit to going twice, or posting something about what they have while you're there. I did it a couple years ago and helped some folks out.
post #524 of 525

Does anyone know how thick the down sweater is compared to the down shirt? Is the sweater to be worn on its own with layers inside or can it be used as a layer itself?

post #525 of 525
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Does anyone know how thick the down sweater is compared to the down shirt? Is the sweater to be worn on its own with layers inside or can it be used as a layer itself?

Pretty close in weight. Same fill down is used in both. Both would work as inner or outer layers, depending on weather and fit etc. I mean, they are both just insulation pieces really, though they will be somewhat wind-proof by the nature of the fabrics. Easy enough to throw on as jackets, or layer under something if temps/conditions call for it.
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