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post #16 of 54
If it ain't arcteryx, I ain't buying.

Rob
post #17 of 54
Does this jacket appeal to you?

North Face Polar Down Jacket?

post #18 of 54
I'm a fan of Fjall Raven. A down jacket has to be practical and unpretentious.
post #19 of 54
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Originally Posted by kcc View Post
If you're interested in functional pieces consider Millet.fr or Feathered Friends or Rab's Neutrino Endurance, which I own and happy to report its toasty warm.

Do you think the Neutrino is fine for daily commuting in the city in the winter, it seems like it's for climbing. Around here we take the train so I don't want to pass out on my way to where I'm going.
post #20 of 54
This coat was featured in the latest Men's Ex, which I thought is the perfect down coat to wear over a suit:

post #21 of 54
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Originally Posted by zjpj83 View Post
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Now that's a jacket

I'd snag one of those in a heartbeat if I could find it on sale
post #22 of 54
post #23 of 54
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Now that's a jacket

I'd snag one of those in a heartbeat if I could find it on sale

Thanks. It has served me well for years. It's one of the few RTW things I bought at full MSRP.
post #24 of 54
I'd go with a Canada Goose Expedition. It's worth the extra cost.
post #25 of 54
I thought I told you already: Arcteryx.
post #26 of 54
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Can someone provide me with details on this coat? (Label, price, etc.).
LL
post #27 of 54
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Originally Posted by rob View Post
I thought I told you already: Arcteryx.

+1 however the OP is looking for a down jacket and Arc'teryx really isn't in that market. They make some softshells that resemble down however.
post #28 of 54
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Thanks. It has served me well for years. It's one of the few RTW things I bought at full MSRP.
Very nice jacket. I wouldn't hesitate to wear it over a suit on a bitterly cold day in these parts.
post #29 of 54
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I thought I told you already: Arcteryx.
dude this is awful advice a) it's a brand, not a jacket b) Arcteryx doesn't even make something like what OP is looking for
post #30 of 54
LL Bean coats are a very good deal. If that's what you can afford, go for it.

Canada Goose coats are much more expensive but worth every penny. The warmth is unbeatable.
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