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post #31 of 56
Well that's pretty good, since it allows you to size way down on some of the more common parka brands and not have the issue of the sleeves being too short. If you're tall and skinny sizing down doesn't always work.
post #32 of 56
okay, im still going nuts
any dope ass parkas?
post #33 of 56
How are arcteryx seen here on the forums? They seem to be very good quality.
post #34 of 56
What do you think of this brand Scapegoat?

http://www.scapegoatbrand.com/index....mart&Itemid=27

Does any one have any experience with them?
post #35 of 56
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Originally Posted by aguydude View Post
How are arcteryx seen here on the forums? They seem to be very good quality.

I have an acteryx hard shell from a few years ago that is still in perfect condition, I am able to layer a down vest plus a wool jacket underneath it with no problem. I would suggest sizing true as they are designed for active use so fit trim.

They also show up on STP from time to time
post #36 of 56
Thread Starter 
Canada Goose is the warmest by far IMO... I recommend the "Constable" parka. I also like Alpha parkas but they are not as warm as CG.
post #37 of 56
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post
Canada Goose is one of these brands that I find inexplicably popular in Europe. If you want an alternative, Refrigiwear is not bad, but their parkas were really popular in Italy (of all places where parkas are not needed) a few years ago, so the fashion shelpf life may have expired. Spiewak is a classic name, and their products are durable and functional as well as stylish.
I know the reason they became famous in Sweden is because one of the useless princesses wore one. Since then every blue blood wannabe had to get their own (and mind you, these things sell for about $650.00).
post #38 of 56
Teh Nrth Face!
post #39 of 56
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Originally Posted by theinsider View Post
What do you think of this brand Scapegoat?

http://www.scapegoatbrand.com/index....mart&Itemid=27

Does any one have any experience with them?

The designs actually look pretty clean, very minimalist looking. Nice find.
post #40 of 56
I'd also be interested if anyone had any experience with the Scapegoat brand.
post #41 of 56
ditto on all the spiewak supporters here. i've got a doyle coat myself, and it's been keeping me warm so far in chicago. although strangely enough, it has a cotton shell, and i think it may be fading...
post #42 of 56
If I had to pick one favorite parka it would be Spiewak's Golden Fleece N-3B. I have a vintage one and the quality is exceptional. I'm not sure where they can be found in the US, but imo it's a classic style with very solid construction.
post #43 of 56
This is what i copped
post #44 of 56
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Originally Posted by HELLAHYPHY View Post


This is what i copped

What is this? I like it!
post #45 of 56
I just got the Spiewak Greenwich Parka from .......... It's grey and exactly what I wanted -- a snorkel made with down, cotton shell rather than shiny nylon. Seems warm. $180 on sale. Oh and I'm 150lbs 6ft, and I sized down to a small and the arms are still long enough.
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