Discussion in 'Anything' started by Concret, Oct 8, 2010.
haha i love the pocket in the back. Decided to save my dollars though
Leather Goose Down
^^ Very nice, what brand is it? Any links?
My two jackets
Stone Island Light Weight Goose Down, you got to love this fabric! Super smooth and super light weight! My wallet weighs more then this jacket!
H&M Jacket, super simple and warm! A bit more casual so i can wear this to work etc!
Please leave the stupid stone island comments! I bought this jacket because of the fabric not for other things!
Canada Goose Expedition, military green. I'm ready for the dutch winter, bring the cold!!
pic color is not accurate
^nice nice nice...would get me one of those as well but those are ****ing expensive!...too much for a poor student
^well, i got it on ebay for 400 euros all incl., i know still is a lot of money but i have also a Chilliwack like 3 winters ago, and they goddamn work!
This is a half birthday present from my girl, pretty sweet from her..:mrgreen:
Bought a vintage jacket I found at a thrift shop the other day. super warm super great. love it.
For myself, it's a bit of a toss up between a Canada Goose and Barbour jacket. I like the way Barbour jackets look a little more than CG, but I don't believe they were made for true winter conditions...le sigh. So I question whether I'll be warm or not. Not only that but both are quite expensive - certainly can't afford to ring them both in U_U.
Gotta keep it real and stick with the arctic duck Carharrt :frown:
This will be its third winter, and it's the first one I've kept unwashed. I think this season might finally have some nice stuff breaking through.
^ Canada Goose are surely warm but IMO they are too bulky and too thick. I don't know, I guess it's just personal preference eh?
^ Actually, one of the reasons why I'm unsure whether I should get one or not haha.
Yeah, they certainly look really cozy and warm, but I feel like they may end up being a tad cumbersome (for my lifestyle at least). I mean, I'm just a student - not a researcher living out in Antarctica in a small trailer-like home, outside for the most of the day, ya know? However, with the other jacket, I can at least wear it on cooler days without looking like I'm crazy...and just layer up when Winter rolls by!
Man, when its -40 coming at you, Canada Goose is the choice (which incidentally, is what they're actually designed for), but honestly, I have no idea how you would wear one in Holland. I won't wear mine unless its colder than -10 because its too warm even with only a t-shirt underneath.
^that sounds like a perfect jacket :-D I use the same thin jacket for 5 years now, as I love it, but have to layer up at least 5 pieces, until I can barely move :lol:
Carhartt Anchorage Parka
^got some fitpics of it?
almost forgot this as a nice alternative for canada goose and others!...
barbour jackets are too thin for german winters, aren't they?
even when wearing the inner hide-vest?
Canada Goose, Woolrich and the others are too expensive. The Carhartt is nice, warms nice, looks nice. Sry, no fit pic. If I ever pay 500something for a jacket it will be a Nigel Cabourn or something like that. Ma Barbour jacket is a flyweight, far too thin for winter. It works with a fleecejacket under it, but not for really cold days.
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