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post #121 of 1064
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But how about when it is warmer than -20? Then I would imagine North Face being better.

you're such a dumbass, christ
post #122 of 1064
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But how about when it is warmer than -20? Then I would imagine North Face being better. You also have to consider that it only reaches -20 or colder for a combined week or two per season.

clarks, this a canada goose thread. stop fucking talking about north face shit.
post #123 of 1064
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you're such a dumbass, christ

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clarks, this a canada goose thread. stop fucking talking about north face shit.

CB was asking for advice on a jacket which would be appropriate for where he lives (Toronto) so I was just responding on that front.
post #124 of 1064
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But how about when it is warmer than -20? Then I would imagine North Face being better. You also have to consider that it only reaches -20 or colder for a combined week or two per season.

When its warmer than -20 I would say its comfortable although you would still feel the wind blowing against you. It all depends on how long are you staying outdoors for, if you drive then getting a canada goose would be a total overkill. However, if you dont drive I definitely would recommend a Canada Goose over the North face for two reasons. Its warmer and the fitting is way better imo, but of course thats only if you can bare with a few dozens of other people wearing the same jacket as you.
post #125 of 1064
Well, you could just buy a super rare edition like me B)
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post #127 of 1064
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Well, you could just buy a super rare edition like me B)

which version did you get? the wool merino one or the yorkville bomber?
post #128 of 1064
If anyone is interested in a Medium Black Chilliwack Jacket...... i have one for sale for $300

I took off the ugly patches and it looks very minimalist......
post #129 of 1064
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which version did you get? the wool merino one or the yorkville bomber?

japanese calgary
post #130 of 1064
Has long as you don't get the chiliwack, yorkville or expedition you'll be fine, those 3 are sooo played out and they're faked a lot too. Edit: Also if you get anything with the red/white/blue patch, it must be removed or blacked out, seriously!
post #131 of 1064
Major levels of want:



Just don't know if I can justify the $475 price tag. I live in LA and the weather is, well, LA. So except for my snowboarding trips, don't know if it would get much time out of the closet.
post #132 of 1064
^

that is actually something i might wear, where did you see that?
post #133 of 1064
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^

that is actually something i might wear, where did you see that?

It's Canada Goose.
Called the Men's Hybridge Jacket. Comes in Blk, Grey and Red.
post #134 of 1064
yeah, im aware its a cg, this is what i was looking for: http://www.paragonsports.com/webapp/...gn=Froogle_P2P at 750 fill that is going to be WAY warmer than what you need in cal, for ski/sb trips excellent. do you know of anyone that has a larger stock...like the name of a store?
post #135 of 1064
Does anybody know any online stores that carry Canada Goose parkas at discounted prices (perhaps from previous seasons)? I'm looking to buy one for my first Detroit winter, and would really like to be able to get them at a price less than full retail.

Of course, if there aren't, I guess I'll just have to bite the bullet.
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