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I tend to buy Burton AK 2L jackets because they seem to fit well and keep me warm.

I've also had success with Foursquare snowboarding jackets.

For goggles it's Oakley Airbrakes for sure!
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Will probably be rocking Homeschool outerwear for a long time, need to pick up some of their pants too.
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Whatever's on sale and isn't completely hideous
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Will probably be rocking Homeschool outerwear for a long time, need to pick up some of their pants too.
I am loving the HS school jackets. Their pants are just as well made but I wish the cut was a little more baggy. At least with the ones I tried they were.
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I just took the plunge on oakley goretex jacket and pants
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I have 3 Nike Juniper Gore-Tex jackets, plus one that I sold to my dad. Probably the most tech for the least cash you can get (all of them were $200 or under). I've had jackets from a ton of board outerwear companies. They have all held up well. My fave pants so far are a pair of Northface Fargo cargos, they seem pretty bombproof and super comfy. I also have a pair of Lib Tech bibs for super wet days. They don't appear as tough but they work well enough. Last year I had the 686 Smarty cargos which were great but I slimmed out of them.
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Will probably be rocking Homeschool outerwear for a long time, need to pick up some of their pants too.
Honestly never heard of homeschool outerwear...nice stuff. Baker series looks good, expensive too.
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Scored a couple DC Jackets One for $72, originally $180 and another for $108, originally $270. All from DC's website. They must be looking to offload. Every third party website is still high.
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I am loving the HS school jackets. Their pants are just as well made but I wish the cut was a little more baggy. At least with the ones I tried they were.
I haven't tried on any other their pants, which did you try on? Only asking because if I buy them it will have to be online, they aren't carried here (suggested to the local shop though).

I can also vouch for their baselayer, just awesome. Surprised more companies aren't catching on to Cocona.
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Peak Performance top to bottom and, maybe, Burton pants.
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