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post #586 of 1047
I got the gray 3l technical shell, two of the io insulated shackets, and io sweats in black.

thanks for the tips guys. If I end up keeping the stuff I'll message them begging mercy on my soul and ask for a retroactive discount wink.gif
post #587 of 1047
Didn't a lot of people complain about the Isaora pants falling apart?
post #588 of 1047
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Originally Posted by aether View Post

I got the gray 3l technical shell, two of the io insulated shackets, and io sweats in black.

thanks for the tips guys. If I end up keeping the stuff I'll message them begging mercy on my soul and ask for a retroactive discount wink.gif

Fwiw you will only get 40% off the tech shell. The IO was excluded from all sales.
post #589 of 1047
post #590 of 1047
I'll wait for the Isaora 70% sale to buy up all the goodies ^_^
post #591 of 1047
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muttonhead has some great jackets!
http://www.muttonheadcollective.com
http://street-neat.com/muttonhead-lookbook/

Trichome had a pic up on their instagram of a pair of hike pants from them? I don't see them on the website though. Looks promising in a reigning champ sort of way. Not really tech gear though.
post #592 of 1047
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I'll wait for the Isaora 70% sale to buy up all the goodies ^_^

Sad, but true. Isaora always gets discounted so heavily. I've seen some of their stockists go as deep as 80% on decent looking stuff.

There's a few pieces I'm waiting on too. Need some warm gear for the next snowboarding season biggrin.gif
post #593 of 1047
everyone shut up, no need to blow our spot :P

Buy their IO stuff at MSRP, good price and worth it.
post #594 of 1047
^ Yea surprising the iO stuff is priced very reasonably for 100% merino. Uncharacteristic of Isaora
post #595 of 1047

Does anybody own one of the zip hoody's from Isaora's iO line?

Like this one? http://www.isaora.com/collections/isaora-io-all/products/hoodie-indigo

 

Or the crew neck? http://www.isaora.com/collections/isaora-io-all/products/crewneck-sweatshirt-heathergrey

 

How are they? I want an easy jacket but haven't found anything I like, so now I'm just looking at zip hoody's but want to try something other than Reigning Champ for a change.

Am I right to assume there's no "technical" fabrics in the iO range? If I'm in the cold, it will be cold. And If I'm in the rain, I will get wet. Correct?

Aside from that, are they comfy? fit well?

post #596 of 1047
been thinking of copping a few of the merino tees but wonder what's the quality like for io is there much difference compared to their main collection?
Edited by scamster - 12/3/13 at 5:12pm
post #597 of 1047
OccultVexillum although merino wool is not your typical technical fabric, it's probably the best natural technical fabric you can get.

it'll help to keep you warm in colder climates and cool in warm weather, resists smells, wicks away sweat from the body and dries quickly especially when compared to cotton.
post #598 of 1047

Right, I understand that. I was talking more along the lines of having no waterproof coating or anything like that.

Do you have one? Are they comfortable?

post #599 of 1047
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everyone shut up, no need to blow our spot :P

Buy their IO stuff at MSRP, good price and worth it.


Or buy it at 50% off at the webshop. NOW.

post #600 of 1047
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been thinking of copping a few of the merino tees but wonder what's the quality like for io is it much difference compared to their main collection?

I'm getting a merino t tomorrow, can compare to Outlier. I have the fleece zip from the IO line and I like it a lot, gotten tons of compliments on it.
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Or buy it at 50% off at the webshop. NOW.

Code doesn't work on IO as said before.
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