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the orion jacket...

Old 01-19-11, 05:39 PM
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the orion jacket...

is for poor people.

https://shop.outlier.cc/shop/retail/s...ing-parka.html
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Old 01-19-11, 05:43 PM
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Originally Posted by illdthedj View Post
is for poor people.
Who commute in Ferraris...

Goddamn that site sells some insanely overpriced threads; $75 for a v neck!?!?

Shocker is, people actually buy thieir stuff?!!? Somethings are listed as sold out....
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Old 01-19-11, 05:46 PM
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Best way to market a $650 jacket is to show a model going into a sewer.
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Old 01-19-11, 05:59 PM
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Wow... 650?

If i had 650 and need a nice outerwear for camping i'd go to big5 and get a two nice windbreakers and a nice heavy down coat for 100dollars.

And spend the next 500 dollars on twinkies.
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I spent $500 CAD on a Canada Goose duck down parka, but that's actually worth it, IMO, as it'll last a decade and keep me warm in -15C weather. $650 for essentially a fancy windbreaker is pushing it. Sort of reminds me of Patagonia's stuff, in terms of price.
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CAD? Is that a fancy sweater also?

Brother is a big camping man, He has a 200 dollar sleeping bag that is 24hour water proof and is supposed to cycle fresh air so you can sleep with it over your head and not die lol...

Can we see a pictar of your coolio CAD? Sounds super fancy. Cannondale caad
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Old 01-19-11, 06:44 PM
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CAD=CAnadian Dollars
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I just ordered three.

I'll post a review shortly.




(But seriously... cotton?)
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Old 01-19-11, 06:49 PM
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Old 01-19-11, 06:53 PM
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Originally Posted by evilcryalotmore View Post
And spend the next 500 dollars on twinkies.
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Going to buy it, brb with review.
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Seems very badass hahaha. But I don't understand how the "black" is sold out?
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Originally Posted by evilcryalotmore View Post
CAD? Is that a fancy sweater also?

Can we see a pictar of your coolio CAD? Sounds super fancy. Cannondale caad
I don't see how you could misunderstand my sentence even with a rudimentary grasp of English grammar.

I don't personally think Vancouver is cold enough for these, but chances are all the Asian kids have them anyway, eh Vixtor?



It's actually worth the cash though.
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i'm going to buy an orion, but by the time i have the money for it i'll be looking at spring flowers.

i returned my ****ty buck30 jacket.
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Old 01-20-11, 01:31 AM
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Originally Posted by happypills View Post
Who commute in Ferraris...

Goddamn that site sells some insanely overpriced threads; $75 for a v neck!?!?

Shocker is, people actually buy thieir stuff?!!? Somethings are listed as sold out....
Merino is pricy though, and if it's good quality and well cut the shirt prices aren't far out there.

That jacket looks nice and I would hope it feels great wearing it, but $650 seems like a lot.
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Old 01-20-11, 01:49 AM
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In terms of my cycling needs, I don't need any 650 dollar jacket.. I'd rather not have the restrictions of a winter jacket . Some think a 50 dollar base layer to be too expensive.. With my high tech base layer, I don't need a heavy winter jacket. I go out in cold down to the freezing point , that along with a light jacket works just fine.
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I know, 650 seems a bit much, but this would make a nice addition to your kit.
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I wish there was someone who could offer reasonably priced cycle specific gear.
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Old 01-20-11, 09:47 AM
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Originally Posted by jdgesus View Post
whats the guy running from?
His common sense.
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Originally Posted by cc700 View Post
i'm going to buy an orion, but by the time i have the money for it i'll be looking at spring flowers.

i returned my ****ty buck30 jacket.
Don't feel bad about spring flowers. I guarantee you'll be as perfectly comfortable wearing the Orion in a 65 degree spring rainstorm as you would a 15 degree blizzard.



I reiterate, though. The prospect of a jacket made of cotton being $650. Is crazy.
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The prospect of a jacket made of cotton being $650. Is crazy.
But you see, it is made from Egyptian cotton, and as everyone knows Egypt is the land of the Pyramids of Giza, which have lasted thousands of years. Is it not then reasonable to assume that that jacket will also last thousands of years and serve to house your mummified corpse?
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Originally Posted by evilcryalotmore View Post
He has a 200 dollar sleeping bag that is 24hour water proof
what happens after 24 hours?
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i wonder how many theyll sell.
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****. now that i'm not poor it's sold out in my size in all colors.
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"Rain shell . . . highly water resistant."

i.e. not waterproof.
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