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skylar 10-20-2009 09:53 PM

What coat's the best???
 
Sorry guys i dont know how to put pictures in yet.

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I personaly like the 3rd one but what do u guys think?

bkrael46 10-20-2009 09:59 PM

i think they all look sick but i personally love special blend so the last one is my pick plus it has the best waterproof/breathability

NZ_Josh 10-20-2009 10:17 PM

special blend, by miles.

m_jel 10-21-2009 10:43 AM

i'm not going to look, but going by brands, bonfire or special blend

PowderBend 10-21-2009 02:13 PM

special blend is a great brand. I personally prefer BonFire because of all the snaps and zippered compartments. I stay dry and comfortable all the way down the mountain and especially on the frigid lift

FLuiD 10-21-2009 02:51 PM

lol I have 2 of those...the DC Spectrum and the Burton Poacher. The DC is a nice jacket but not the warmest and it's really a waterproof soft shell. The poacher sucks and fits weird IMO and the waterproofing sucks. Out of all of them go Bonfire or SB if it's your only jacket. If you are looking for a lighter warm weather coat I like the DC Spectrum!

skylar 10-21-2009 04:41 PM

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Originally Posted by bkrael46 (Post 193914)
i think they all look sick but i personally love special blend so the last one is my pick plus it has the best waterproof/breathability

So how thick is this coat cuz i want to stay fairly warm.

NZ_Josh 10-22-2009 01:08 AM

Learn to layer. Im guessing it would be mid weight due to the picture of the insie, which is usually good as its normally fine to wear as just a jacket but rarely gets too hot like a heavy weight or puffer jacket would. Buy it. also have you seen the tan threepeat?

JrOd 10-23-2009 11:35 PM

I just got the forum giard today. I love it. Cant wait to get it out in the park

1337 ride 02-08-2010 01:10 PM

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Originally Posted by FLuiD (Post 194250)
lol I have 2 of those...the DC Spectrum and the Burton Poacher. The DC is a nice jacket but not the warmest and it's really a waterproof soft shell. The poacher sucks and fits weird IMO and the waterproofing sucks. Out of all of them go Bonfire or SB if it's your only jacket. If you are looking for a lighter warm weather coat I like the DC Spectrum!

im lookin for a thiner jacket for the easter and spring, and i am looking into the dc spectrum. i wont bother buying like a proper winter jacket now that the weather is getting warmer and stuff. with the dc im planning to use it in the late season as its so thin, and use it in the spring and maybe on cold rainy summer days.

the only thing is: the only ones left are in L, and im just wondering if its going to b too big. i like baggy jackets, but if they are like too huge its just ugly. im about 174cm high(5.7 ft?) and have like a skinny/fit body shape. what size have u got and how high are u, and how does it fit? just wanna make sure im not wasting my cash :)


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