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Winter Parka/Jackets

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by playdohh22, Sep 15, 2010.

  1. playdohh22

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    Think W+H has a parka coming out....but going to be like 7 bills....
     
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    Sorry i mean down jacket coming out
     
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    Think W+H has a parka coming out....but going to be like 7 bills....
    The parka is already available, click here.
     
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    ^

    given what that guy was looking at i think the w + h is like a full five steps above what he was seeking. but that jacket is a possibility on my end, so thanks.[​IMG]
     
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    Nau had a similar jacket last year, forgot the name. Epaulet carried it. Price was around 350.
     
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    Canada Goose

    I'm Canadian...wondering where is the best place to get it for cheap (not online). What store might give a discount on it?
     
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    canada goose is another one, especially the japan edition of chateau or calgary on uncle otis store. however, cheaper? i dunno man. check out mountain co op store and see if u can something there.
     
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    I'm Canadian...wondering where is the best place to get it for cheap (not online). What store might give a discount on it?

    Canada[​IMG]

    Canadian prices are already half of what they retail for in the rest of the world. [​IMG]
     
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    I think Harry Rosen sells Canada Goose.

    Another option, kinda midrange between W+H and Patagonia is the Fjallraven Cantwell Jacket

    I just picked one up on the B&S.
     
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    unless you're a bouncer or you're being exposed to the cold for 1 hour+ per day i wouldn't buy a canadian market goose... shits just too damn warm with anything except a t-shirt
     
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    7...save money and buy something nice.

    goose down by crescent down works or something along those lines. spending an extra couple hundred dollars will go a long way with clothes. focus on buying pieces that will last for years, not for a season. just my thoughts.
     
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    unless you're a bouncer or you're being exposed to the cold for 1 hour+ per day i wouldn't buy a canadian market goose... shits just too damn warm with anything except a t-shirt

    totally agree. c-g shit is designed for expeditions and stuff along those lines.
     
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    I'm Canadian...wondering where is the best place to get it for cheap (not online). What store might give a discount on it?
    Only way you can get discount on cg is online or boxing day/week sales. Check out europe bound on king west, second floor, ask for the lodge model, that shit rocks, not bulky, not flashy, not typical everybody is wearing it cg and not too warm either just a thin windproof clean looking down jacket (aside from the white sleeve patch of course [​IMG] ) and iirc its less than 3 bills.
     
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    anything priced significantly lower?

    W+H isn't my style. something more versatile and simple.
     
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    Mountain Hardwear is pretty solid. From your initial choice, it seems like you want to restrict your budget. Carhatt apparel is pretty awesome too, you should check it out. The good thing about workwear brands is that they're exceptionally durable, but if you want more quality then I'd agree with others; save up.
     
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    [​IMG] <3 miss looking at it in the closet and wanting winter to come, now I'm at school and can only look at pics while it sits alone, lonely in my dark unoccupied room 20 miles away
     

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