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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-04-2008, 11:49 AM
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Oakley Enlist Lite Jacket

How is this jacket?? does it keep you warm, cuz it says its a lite jacket. idk wat that means. and wat about waterproof?? does it fit kind of tight?? and shorter?? i dont like the super baggy and long coats. does anyone know anything about it??
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does anyone know anything about it??
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It's a baggy fit, but not Technine baggy.

5k/5k, critically taped seams. Won't hold up in a downpour.

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For me a minimum spec for a good jacket would be 10K waterproofing and FULLY taped seams. This jacket would make a nice casual jacket to wear around town.

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Not really. If it rains you get soaked.

It's more of a cold weather, dry climate jacket.

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ugly colour by the way
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That's kinda what I mean. If I'm just wearing it around town, I'm not going to get stuck hanging around in the rain with only a 5k jacket. You do however have alot more rain to deal with in your part of the country than I do. Not so good for the West Coast.

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