Where to find a stylish waterproof jacket

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  1. Find Finn

    Find Finn Senior member

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    Well as the title says, I'm looking for a good looking waterproof jacket for spring/autumn, preferable under 400$.

    Currently in the running

    CDW California Winter
    Barbour ....

    added to the list
    Nike NSW M65
    Gloverall hooded waxed jacket

    If I could find a Mackintosh Duncan on sale, for when I'm not out walking the dog etc. it would be ideal with one of the others.
    any other suggestions
     
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    Gant's parka seems to have gotten favorable reviews on the Epaulet Shop thread.
     
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    I don't have one myself, but I've always wondered why Filson jackets don't get the love here that their bags do.
     
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    The apolisxpatagonia is kinda cool.. just picked up a cdw motagne parka today.. it's very nice.
     
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    If you search on ebay for" nike steel city" theres a uk seller that has a load of these goretex shells that are great for $155. I prefer it over the wings and horns mountain parka they put out last spring wwhich i own too.
     
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    Find Finn Senior member

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    Great suggestions

    I don't have one myself, but I've always wondered why Filson jackets don't get the love here that their bags do.

    Thought about them, but Filson gets marked up like there's no tomorrow around here [​IMG]


    If you search on ebay for" nike steel city" theres a uk seller that has a load of these goretex shells that are great for $155. I prefer it over the wings and horns mountain parka they put out last spring wwhich i own too.


    Not really my style, but had a look and found a Nike M65 I had been searching for, for 20$ and 269$ for the shipping[​IMG]
     
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    It's a wee bit out of your price range, but the Arc'teryx Veilance field jacket (M65-ish) is pretty amazing.
     
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    It's a wee bit out of your price range, but the Arc'teryx Veilance field jacket (M65-ish) is pretty amazing.


    Does arc'teryx retail lower in Canada than rest of the world, like Canada Goose?
     
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    ^
    Really like this!
     
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