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Old 11-05-2011, 09:29 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Old 11-05-2011, 09:51 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I think Orage is based out of B.C., Canada though of course production takes place in china.
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There's a difference, one can only be found used in size XXXXXXXXL and florescent colours.

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montreal actually
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There's a difference, one can only be found used in size XXXXXXXXL and florescent colours.

@ the OP... how come when I click his name it says "user is not registered and has no profile". How is it possible to be posting unregistered?
Me? Weird... I'm definitely registered and have been posting here for a couple of months now lol. Not sure what that's all about
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Old 11-06-2011, 08:57 PM   #17 (permalink)
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I can see wanting to support snowboard only brands. But, for what it's worth, I picked up an Orage jacket last season and love it. Solid build, for sure. Some bells and whistles, but not too much. Anyhow, the only reason I got it is that I'm 6'4" tall with long arms, slender build, and their XL jacket fit me perfectly - and only about 10% of brands out there fit my build ... XLs are either huge in the shoulder/chest area or too short in the arms - usually both. The Orage, for whatever reason, fits. Just a point of reference for anyone considering.
Strangely, though, their pants run short. Go figure. For pants, I picked up some ThirtyTwo's - they are pleeeeenty long.
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montreal actually
Ooops, well at least the Canadians got the credit.......

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I can see wanting to support snowboard only brands. But, for what it's worth, I picked up an Orage jacket last season and love it. Solid build, for sure. Some bells and whistles, but not too much. Anyhow, the only reason I got it is that I'm 6'4" tall with long arms, slender build, and their XL jacket fit me perfectly - and only about 10% of brands out there fit my build ... XLs are either huge in the shoulder/chest area or too short in the arms - usually both. The Orage, for whatever reason, fits. Just a point of reference for anyone considering.
Strangely, though, their pants run short. Go figure. For pants, I picked up some ThirtyTwo's - they are pleeeeenty long.
Good point, Orage XL fits me alot better than most XL too. I am similar build 6'3", long arms, and I really like the fit for a jacket. The cut is good, roomy but not bulky or too large....I'm not into baggy. I pair mine with Large (long) 686 Smarty pants, the only "long" fit I can find in snow pants.
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Orage has great stuff! (on and off mountain). High quality & great materials used in their stuff. I have a couple of their base layers which are almost too warm at times. Casual wear stuff is great too, i've got about 6 or 7 of their sweaters i wear to work.
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There's a difference, one can only be found used in size XXXXXXXXL and florescent colours.
So, a skiing jacket then?

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