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post #451 of 969
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Originally Posted by irbe View Post

^Ten C? I thought their jackets loose their water resistant properties really fast....

I was talking about the stone island ghost pieces. Yes as far as technical goes, tenc isn't that great. The jackets look great though.
post #452 of 969
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Originally Posted by habitant View Post

The waterproof cotton on the ghost pieces is fucking amazing. I was in a downpour in it and stayed completely dry.

The fabric feels a bit like a denim shirt. Perhaps a bit thicker like 6oz or something. Breathes nice. Just all around great jacket for fall. Highly recommend!

you got a link? couldn't find anything for 'ghost'. tia
post #453 of 969
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Originally Posted by dotcomzzz View Post

you got a link? couldn't find anything for 'ghost'. tia

c'mon son
post #454 of 969
lol. head bowed. in shame.
post #455 of 969
Just pulled the trigger on a Acronym GT-J38LP...

Now need to clean closet of coats...
post #456 of 969
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Originally Posted by dotcomzzz View Post

you got a link? couldn't find anything for 'ghost'. tia

I have the thigh length black one.. I think it was 850$ new or whatever.

http://www.bbclothing.co.uk/acatalog/Stone_Island_Jackets_si7581542810v0029.html?source=********&siteid=40957&utm_source=********&utm_medium=affiliates
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Originally Posted by akatsuki View Post

Just pulled the trigger on a Acronym GT-J38LP...

Now need to clean closet of coats...

Let me know how it is.. can't justify buying one.
post #457 of 969
wowwwwww

Definitely let us know how they feel
post #458 of 969
Can you guys recommend a 3L hard shell w. hood that comes in olive sub 400 pl0x
post #459 of 969
Don't know why, but I had to have this.

post #460 of 969
^ If you get it and doesn't work out for you look at Mountain Hardwear's Monkey Man. Similar fleece, uses Polartec. Super warm, probably the most comfortable piece of clothing I own, and a bit cheaper than Isaora. Not as fashion-y, but a good alternative.
post #461 of 969
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Originally Posted by Tigerprawn View Post

^ If you get it and doesn't work out for you look at Mountain Hardwear's Monkey Man. Similar fleece, uses Polartec. Super warm, probably the most comfortable piece of clothing I own, and a bit cheaper than Isaora. Not as fashion-y, but a good alternative.

Sweet, thanks for the recommendation! I hope ISAORA large works for me.. I've always liked their stuff.
post #462 of 969
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Originally Posted by habitant View Post


Let me know how it is.. can't justify buying one.

So far so good - loving the jacket, may have to get some tailoring done for the sleeves. The LP fabric is nice, but is a bit stiff, probably since it bonded to some waterproof layer underneath.

I still haven't figured out the jacket features fully yet... I can never get the sleeve phone holster to work right.
post #463 of 969
If any of you are Nau fans, 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 there's something you like, this might be the time to swoop it.
post #464 of 969
^ Thanks... I've bounced back and forth time and time again on their Riding jacket.
post #465 of 969
Yeah, in all honesty since their main designer left, i've felt the overall vibe of the brand hasn't been as tight. In the past there were always pieces I liked, even if I wasn't buying them. Now, there's only a very things I really like enough to pick up even w/ a 50% discount. Sort of bums me out, since I love the ideas and the people.

(side note: if you like the look of the bags, they are really well designed and made. Sleeper hits for sure. )
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