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Old 10-18-2012, 04:02 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by JD1969 View Post
Now, if you want some REAL high end stuff check out http://www.arcteryx.com/?EN
We used to carry them, but they did not sell very well due to the price being too high for my average customer. The quality is supurb and the stuff lasts forever.

I do need to add that Dillinger is 100% spot on with his layering comment. The stuff we sell tends to be very lightly insulated because skiing and snowboarding is a active sport where you generate lots of body heat.
+1 on all '69 just said.

I have one of Arcteryx's lightweight fleece hoodies and while expensive by comparison the thing has held up for probably 5 years now and still keeps me comfy on chilly days. But bring your wallet. And perhaps a kidney.
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Old 10-18-2012, 04:16 PM   #12
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I put the Day Breaker hoodie under any of my jackets and I stay plenty warm. Here is the one I'm talking about http://shop.hellyhansen.com/us/item/daybreaker-hoodie-50934/
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