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Old 07-06-2013, 09:20 AM   #51 (permalink)
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It's the first jacket they have listed.. T Rice Gore Shell it's called. $600 bucks though it ain't cheap.

I'm thinking of getting the hydro jacket, tried one on today and it felt really good.
It also depends on which area you live, what Quiksilver.com you'll get. US, Australia, Europe, etc...it could be sold out on that area's, Quicksilver.com store.
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Anybody else have an OCD with accumulating gear? I got more jackets than pants but I can't seem to pass on deals for some things...I must have 8-10 jackets or so.
Same here; got a pretty full walk-in. I am pretty sure I can open up my own big&tall snowboarding clothing rental shop.
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Old 07-06-2013, 11:52 AM   #53 (permalink)
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I've always been fond of the volcolm outerwear I've owned but I really dont have a prefrence when it comes to brands. I usually just try to find something I think looks cool and hopefully not worn by everyone and their mother on the slopes.
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Old 08-02-2013, 08:28 PM   #54 (permalink)
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for me its anything thats big/tall enough to make me look like a steezy powder gangsta because we all know thats the only way to make ur riding look pro

saga outerwear is usually good for that. i also have a few analog, ride and DC jackets and pants and happy with all of them.

looking at a new jacket for next year. thinking the bonfire barrel jacket. 3 in 1 removable insulation shell, 30k waterproofing with a bode merrill inspired signature fit with added length

or might pick up a bonfire hood jacket for cheaper

when it comes to base layers, ice breaker is the shit!! expensive but man is it ever worth it
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