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08-07-2015 07:11 AM
Piston Honda A properly fitted jacket > a poorly fitted jacket adjusted to fit

Just let people wear what they want to wear. Caring about another man's wardrobe is a feminine trait.
08-07-2015 01:51 AM
Snow Hound
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Originally Posted by Osiry View Post
Haha if you're talking function over form I don't get why you'd go for a baggy loose jacket that flaps around and doesn't contain heat properly. There's a big difference between a tight jacket, and a jacket that fits properly. I can still layer under mine just fine and it doesn't restrict movement.
Not baggy or tight just properly fitted. Most decent gear has cinches to adjust anyhow?
08-06-2015 06:22 PM
Osiry
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Originally Posted by Snow Hound View Post
This is one weird ass thread started in 12 and necroed several times since. Not sure why people be wanting real tight jackets for boarding sounds pretty homo to me surely functionality comes first?.
Haha if you're talking function over form I don't get why you'd go for a baggy loose jacket that flaps around and doesn't contain heat properly. There's a big difference between a tight jacket, and a jacket that fits properly. I can still layer under mine just fine and it doesn't restrict movement.
08-06-2015 06:16 PM
ridinbend Alpine fit?
08-06-2015 03:18 PM
Snow Hound This is one weird ass thread started in 12 and necroed several times since. Not sure why people be wanting real tight jackets for boarding sounds pretty homo to me surely functionality comes first?

Anyway I have Groovestar jacket they're a NZ co right? Not widely available I think. It looks nice but the quality is pretty shoddy. Was cheap so I guess you get what you pay for.
08-06-2015 01:39 AM
Osiry I spent quite a awhile trying to find a nice looking slim fit jacket, ended up going for the groovstar generation in black/grey.
It's perfect in the shoulders and nice and fitted around the waist. It's long in the hem/arms so perfect for skinny tall people. I'm 6'2 and 75kg, the small fits me perfectly.

Groovstar Outerwear Company
02-19-2015 01:58 AM
GreyDragon
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Originally Posted by Fredharry View Post
Hey .... Lets check out my new latest Slim Fit Jackets design for men and women at really discounted price and free shipment to USA, UK and Canada. See here (Slim Fit Outfit's) .
Hey, let's post something to do with snowboarding!
Those aren't snowboarding jackets.
02-19-2015 01:38 AM
Fredharry Hey .... Lets check out my new latest Slim Fit Jackets design for men and women at really discounted price and free shipment to USA, UK and Canada. See here (Slim Fit Outfit's) .
06-12-2013 03:20 AM
Cristina114 I think u try this slim fit jacket is very comfortable jacket and reliable i hope u like this i bought this jacket this site http://www.leathersclub.com/slim-fit...r-jackets.html check it.
06-10-2013 07:27 AM
Epic I just got a Bonfire Mt Hood jacket. I'm 6'2", 180lbs, 40" chest, 32" waist and the medium fits perfect. It's a pretty slim cut
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