Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by SeanathonHuff, Oct 4, 2011.
Back at home and found one of my father's old down jackets from his time as a trekking guide in Ladakh. It's made by Mountain Equipment, a mountaineering company from Cheshire. Nice and light with good heat retention. Should provide a good alternative to my down explorer, which can be a bit heavy sometimes. Almost all of my outerwear is my fathers- green bedale, gloverall duffle and now this.
Perfect fit and great color. Nice!
Haven't bought anything new yet. Need to get a nice puffer, a leather, a shearling and overcoat
I could do with some help picking a few winter coats. I like the following styles:
but unfortunatly they don't have my size. I am a 32 1/2" chest - 5 ft9 and about 130lb - So I guess I will need a XS. I am willing to spend up to £250 for a coat, but would rather not pay more than that and would rather pay less. I am also after a simple, leather bomber jacket (With motorcycle collar) for around the same price.
Please help my find alternatives - I've not had much luck so far.
Where can I buy that?
I'm hesitating on getting a Krane Emory Bomber vs TOJ Fishtail. Can anyone comment on how warm it is for Canadian winter (i.e. -30 degrees celcius)??
File it under amazing and unattainable.
I know a shop that has that winter parka in an olive, but the red I have no idea
Just picked this up, pretty warm and slim fitting.
lmao -30, average day in winter is probably -5 to -10
I have some stuff from them and it's really well priced, there stuff is also fairly common in the UK.
I have just bought a Norrøna /29 Parka, it's goretex and ret9, so that should be an improvement from my CG.
Expensive. You can get a Spiewak Gold Fleece N3B parka off Rakuten for $260 - made in USA with real coyote fur hood trim. Considering these are imported nowadays, I like the quality and the price.
Krane sucks for most folks.
Since you seem to be working for them, this is in poor taste. Although I do think the Krane is awesome and totally worth it
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