Most stylish jackets for downhill skiing

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  1. makker

    makker Senior member

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    Need some advice for a jacket purchase for the upcoming winter season. Plan is to go to the mountains at somepoint and need to be stylish of course. I guess a puffy jacket is the best option? Keeps you warm and looks good?

    Should I be looking for any specific brand names? Moncler, Aspesi, etc? Preferably European ones as I am based there.
     
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    Trompe le Monde Senior member

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    celeste_pista Senior member

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    look for joey brand outerwear
     
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    eddie bauer limited edition skyliner jacket

    wood skis

    cigar clenched in teeth
     
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    tsacain Well-Known Member

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    I have had luck with North Face with all of my skiing clothing. I think that they can be stylish but not something that stands out.
     
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    The most stylish goretex jackets money can buy won't help you if you are snow ploughing down a green run.
     

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