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A legend wearing the field jacket.

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More Veilance up at Gerhard and East Dane. That Acrom Jacket 

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More Veilance up at Gerhard and East Dane. That Acrom Jacket 
Looks nice. The price though...shog[1].gif
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What advantages does having a geometric hem line like that have, other than providing a direct route for rainwater to your crotch?

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Improved articulation and the lines run parallel with the Moroni pants

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I am looking to pick up a Therme Parka this month, but am not sure about the exact fit. None of the stores I went to in Vancouver had them in stock for me to try on unfortunately.
I did try the Ames Jacket (http://arcteryx.com/product.aspx?language=EN&model=Ames-Jacket) on in size medium and the fit was quite nice (almost perfect fit), quite slim fit compared to the Atom LT Hoody which I own in medium.

However, I heard the Therme is quite loose fit from what I read online; do you guys think a small size would better match me? I am 5'10" 180lbs.
The Camosun Parka should fit more like the Ames Jacket, right?

By the way, what's the best deal I could get for a Therme in Vancouver, BC? Anyone know? wink.gif
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Originally Posted by Pazu View Post

I am looking to pick up a Therme Parka this month, but am not sure about the exact fit. None of the stores I went to in Vancouver had them in stock for me to try on unfortunately.
I did try the Ames Jacket (http://arcteryx.com/product.aspx?language=EN&model=Ames-Jacket) on in size medium and the fit was quite nice (almost perfect fit), quite slim fit compared to the Atom LT Hoody which I own in medium.

However, I heard the Therme is quite loose fit from what I read online; do you guys think a small size would better match me? I am 5'10" 180lbs.
The Camosun Parka should fit more like the Ames Jacket, right?

By the way, what's the best deal I could get for a Therme in Vancouver, BC? Anyone know? wink.gif

My guess would be a small. My recommendation would be to PM the poster directly above you to discuss sourcing a Therme. (I am considering the same.)
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My guess would be a small. My recommendation would be to PM the poster directly above you to discuss sourcing a Therme. (I am considering the same.)


Always appreciate the promotion. Be aware of the updated Arc'teryx pricing as of August. Also I have a few Veilance pieces (any size) if anyone is interested 

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My guess would be a small. My recommendation would be to PM the poster directly above you to discuss sourcing a Therme. (I am considering the same.)

Thanks, gonna do that now. wink.gif
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Got Field Jacket in Neptune last week. Not sure if its SS16 or FW16. Is there a way to tell them apart? Even if they're the same, I'd still like to know which season it's from 

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Got Field Jacket in Neptune last week. Not sure if its SS16 or FW16. Is there a way to tell them apart? Even if they're the same, I'd still like to know which season it's from 
Is that not from FW15? I picked up a field jacket in Neptune last FW season.
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It doesn't say on the tag? (Check the garment tag if not the sales tag.)
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Being somewhat addicted to Arc'teryx, after getting sick and tired of the bulky Canada Goose jackets, I'm surprised I don't see more mention of them here. I have 8 Arc'teryx and 4 Veilance jackets and coats and my wife has 6 Arc'teryx

(Arc'teryces?) so yeah maybe it's time for an intervention.

They just look so damned good, fit so well and are extremely warm. Perhaps being in Toronto I just got sick of seeing 1000s of CG!

 When extreme cold hits I wear the Therme which to my mind is one of THE most stylish extreme weather coats. When it's not Antarctic-like I wear the Veilance Node IS.

Both elicit many compliments.

 Any Arc' lovers here?

 

 

 

Therme

 

 

The Veilance line does not ring home with me. It's something 'odd' about their design. It looks a bit lifeless. I like Arcteryx 'normal' line better. I own quite a few jackets from them. 

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Is that not from FW15? I picked up a field jacket in Neptune last FW season.

 

They have a Neptune Field listed under SS16 as well with identical pictures

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It doesn't say on the tag? (Check the garment tag if not the sales tag.)

Just consulted tags to no avail, even the old Veilance tags don't say. Guess it's a call to Vancouver and reading a long string of numbers then

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