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Old 11-01-2009, 11:31 PM   #1
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Which one of these jackets would you buy?

Looking to buy this goose down, not interested in buying black so I'm looking at these two. First one is metallic grey and second one is khaki green.






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I like metallic grey

how much are they?
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Old 11-01-2009, 11:45 PM   #3
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+1 Metallic Grey Bro.....

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Old 11-02-2009, 12:59 AM   #6
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The funny thing is the green one is sold out everywhere and very hard to find. This goose down also comes in blue and red, red actually looks good but hard to pull off for everyday use and the blue is way too flashy.
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neither of them... but the 2nd one if i had to
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Grey one is the best.
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The first one is more versatile and you could pull off with more outfits. The second one is pretty nice though.

I'd go #1
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I like them both. #2 is a unique color though and shouldn't be too hard to pull off regularly either.
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I'd say the 1st one, way easier to pull off day to day
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im sure u could pull it off
not a big fan of those kinds
then again im tall and big so i can barley fit in one of those
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Its being sold at Holt Renfrew for 2K+.
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I wasn't a huge fan of goosedowns but this one is a bit slimmed down so it looks good. Plus I need a nice winter jacket that'll keep me warm for my trips to the east coast during winter.


Yah, I seen this jacket at Holts and it's way overpriced. I've seen this jacket sell for as low as $1000(US) shipping included online but it was red.
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yeah i dono how warm those would keep u
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yeah i dono how warm those would keep u
Goose down is actually one the best options for warmth. It's one of the best insulating materials available because of its light weight and heat retention.
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Goose down is actually one the best options for warmth. It's one of the best insulating materials available because of its light weight and heat retention.
Yup. It'll keep you very warm. Moncler was my 1st option but the jacket I wanted was too much $$$.
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aren't the Moncler jackets about the same price as this one?
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1st one for me. I would choose Moncler over this(but I'm bias lol) since I think you can find a really nice Moncler for about the same price or a couple hundred difference. I bought a Moncler last year and it was well worth it until my cousin took it from me and brought it back to Toronto
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The Moncler jacket I wanted was a few hundred more and impossible to find in size 48 so I went with the 2nd jacket I posted. I'll be getting it on Wed so I will post pictures once I get it.
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first one.... but thats a lotta $$$$
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Normally id say the Grey one hands down. I usually only buy like black, grey, blue and I'm not too adventurous with colors but for some reason I think the green is pretty nice.
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