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post #286 of 398

Probably too late, but where did you find it for that price?

post #287 of 398
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Probably too late, but where did you find it for that price?


I'll assume that means it's an ok price. I got it through classifieds, but tres bien has em on sale (they deduct VAT and I think there's an extra 20% off sale code):

http://tres-bien.com/arcteryx-veilance/monitor-coat-jacket-black

Coggles also has an XL (don't deduct VAT):

http://www.coggles.com/jackets-clothing/men/clothing/arc-teryx-veilance-men-s-monitor-coat-black/11234470.html

post #288 of 398

What's the sizing like on the monitors this season?

post #289 of 398
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What's the sizing like on the monitors this season?


True. I had trouble fitting a Atom LT underneath 

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post #291 of 398
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New season up https://www.ssense.com/en-ca/men/designers/arcteryx-veilance
Can't say that I find any of those as nice/flattering as the monitor. The green color is pretty swag though, and I'm really not a fan of green usually.
post #292 of 398

Maybe because the monitor isn't insulated. Insulated Monitor looks like shit

post #293 of 398
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Maybe because the monitor isn't insulated. Insulated Monitor looks like shit


haha ya. mine is very slim fitting and then when i wear it open it looks pretty dope. the insulated monitor might just have a bit too much padding, but it still looks pretty cool worn open. when closed it's kind of noticeable where the down ends at the bottom (i.e. there's a horizontal break that's visible from the outside). 

i thought the idea of a year-round coat was cool at first, but life is too short to be wearing one coat all year round in my opinion, especially if it doesn't look good. 

post #294 of 398

I don't understand why their non-insulated Galvanic, never comes with a detachable hood. What's the point in a gore-tex jacket without a hat?

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I don't understand why their non-insulated Galvanic, never comes with a detachable hood. What's the point in a gore-tex jacket without a hat?


Aestheticssssss. Besides most people don't buy AV for the performance, they buy it so they look good and can say their jacket is waterproof.

 

Realistically I never wear the hood on my Galvanic unless its awfully windy 

post #296 of 398
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Aestheticssssss. Besides most people don't buy AV for the performance, they buy it so they look good and can say their jacket is waterproof.

 

Realistically I never wear the hood on my Galvanic unless its awfully windy 

Much prefer the extra length on the IS than the non IS. I don't think I'd ever wear the hood either, it's looks sooo bad, but I like knowing it's available for me to use. 

post #297 of 398

Are we talking about the the old Galvanic ('Long Coat') that was just a shell or the Sphere and Partision that look like the Galvanic?

post #298 of 398

Yea, Galvanic. What season was this "long coat"?

post #299 of 398

When was the last time they made a non-insulated Galvanic?

 

Edit: Long Coat was first season

post #300 of 398

My mistake, I meant the Partition. The partition could use some added length imo.

Edit: Norwegian Rain just did a coat to my liking though.

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