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FourSquare jacket color?

I've been looking at some FourSquare jackets...and my question is specifically about the "tan-a-poppin" color.
Some places show it to be a light tan color, while other pictures show a darker brown.
Anyone have and/or seen this color scheme in person?

Here's the light..
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I've found backcountry.com (and all their affiliate sites) to use photos that are very seldom accurate color-wise. This is only anecdotal, but I'm willing to bet that the sierrasnowboard photo is a better indicator.
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Thanks. I've kinda heard that from other people as well.
I tried to ask on Backcountry's live help thing if the picture was accurate. The guy said it represented the correct color, but I doubt he had the jacket in hand... probably just meant that it was what the picture showed, as opposed to being brown with black stripes or something.


Here's The-House's picture... light tan as well.
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sierra seems to have correct pictures most of the time

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As much as I love Backcountry.com, the pictures are not always dead on! It's happened to me a few times form them that I have got a siff color then what it was or looked like. Or key details missing like the PURPLE liner of the SB Utility jacket in Black. This looked "tan" on the pictures!

I would trust Sierra's picture more. Just Google it to death or check the manufacturers site if it's still up!


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manufacturer sites aren't any better than backcountry

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