Style: I need a winter jacket to rule all winter jackets!

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by Pension_Admin, Oct 15, 2010.

  1. Okay, maybe I exaggerated a bit. I just need a warm winter jacket for snowy condition, for both work and play, and that it should last a long long LONG time.

    I am thinking of either getting this one:

    Canada Goose Expedition Parka


    North Face Diez Jacket


    North Face Thunder Jacket

    Please help PA battle the arctic condition of Toronto. Please help PA decide on which jacket to get.

    Thank you!

  2. If its that cold, wear both.
  3. I would love to get them all, but I can only afford one. I am just tired of wearing those cheap jackets that get ruined in a year or two. I need one that would last me at least 10 years.
  4. I bought an expensive jacket in '94 but didn't buy the liner. Bad move.
  5. What kind of jacket was it? Could you wear a fleece or a hoodie instead of the liner?
  6. Arnie


    Don't buy the one in the middle. You'll look like a black Michelin Man in that.

  7. LEAPup


    The one on top looks like a female Kodiak bear standing at the edge of the stream in heat.:D If you wear that one, and get fur in your mouth, guarantee you'll know what it's like to be a MALE Kodiak bear...

    The one WITHOUT the fur collar would be the one I'd go with.:)
  8. I think the coyote fur is removable. It doesn't look that bad with the fur really. Check out the jackets in action:

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  9. You call Toronto arctic? HA! That's hilarious. I spent 8 winters in Yellowknife and had one of those Canada Goose parkas. Too hot unless it's more than -20.
    #10     Oct 15, 2010