A slew of women's winter coats and 2 rain coats

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A slew of women's winter coats and 2 rain coats

Postby thatkid » Thu Aug 20, 2009 2:25 pm

North Face Siren Jacket Black XL Retail $230 $150 Shipped
Features:
If you’re a fan of down-insulation and cozy raschel fleece, this is the one for you. Designed with 550 fill down and quilted side panels on the exterior, this jacket unzips to reveal a cozy, high-loft fleece lining on the interior that keeps you extra warm in freezing weather.
High-loft, cozy fleece liner
Brushed chinguard lining
Internal media pocket
Stretch, quilted side panels
Two hand pockets
Key clip in hand pocket

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North Face Apex Bionic Thermal Brown XL Retail $180 $120 Shipped

The North Face's most versatile utility soft shell, the women's Apex Bionic Thermal Jacket takes the classic to the next level with a high-loft fleece backer for added warmth. The outstanding Apex ClimateBlock wind-blocking exterior is complemented with weather blocking stretch woven cuff and hem cinchcord.
• Fabric: 75D 471 g/m2 (13.9 oz/yd2) polyester woven face and raschel back Apex ClimateBlock with DWR
• Apex ClimateBlock technology blocks wind, gives exceptional stretch mobility, and is breathable
• Wind permeability rated at 0 CFM
• High-loft fleece backer for increased warmth
• Two hand pockets offer convenient gear stashing
• Stretch woven cuffs close wrist gap for added warmth
• Hem cinchcord blocks out weather and traps core warmth
• Standard fit provides superior comfort
• Center back length 25.5"
• Weight: 28.6 oz. (810 g.)

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Marmot Women's Tamarack Jacket Color: Red/White Size: S Retail $200 $120 Shipped
Lighter weight than your traditional ski jacket, Marmot's Tamarack Jacket for Women is built with Marmot Membrain® fabric, making it just as waterproof and breathable. While the Tamarack has reduced bulk, it hasn't lost the features of ski jacket, PitZips™, powder skirt, laser drilled sleeve and chest pockets, handwarmer pockets, draw cord hem, and a DriClime® lined collar. And for added versatility, the Tamarack has zip off hood and is Zippin™ compatible.
• Marmot MemBrain® waterproof/breathable fabric
• Micro-stitched and 100% seam taped 2-Layer construction
• Angel-Wing Movement™
• DriClime® Lined Collar and Chin Guard
• Elastic Draw Cord Hem
• Gripper Elastic Powder Skirt
• Inside water bottle cargo pocket and zip stash pocket
• Laser-drilled WR chest pocket
• Laser-drilled WR Sleeve Pocket
• Mesh Lining
• PitZips™
• Reinforced elbow
• Sized Specifically for Women
• Updated Fabric and Hood
• Zip-off ERG hood
• Zippered Handwarmer Pockets
• Zippin™ Compatible

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Marmot Women's Tamarack Jacket Color: Black Size: M Retail $200 $120 Shipped
Lighter weight than your traditional ski jacket, Marmot's Tamarack Jacket for Women is built with Marmot Membrain® fabric, making it just as waterproof and breathable. While the Tamarack has reduced bulk, it hasn't lost the features of ski jacket, PitZips™, powder skirt, laser drilled sleeve and chest pockets, handwarmer pockets, draw cord hem, and a DriClime® lined collar. And for added versatility, the Tamarack has zip off hood and is Zippin™ compatible.
• Marmot MemBrain® waterproof/breathable fabric
• Micro-stitched and 100% seam taped 2-Layer construction
• Angel-Wing Movement™
• DriClime® Lined Collar and Chin Guard
• Elastic Draw Cord Hem
• Gripper Elastic Powder Skirt
• Inside water bottle cargo pocket and zip stash pocket
• Laser-drilled WR chest pocket
• Laser-drilled WR Sleeve Pocket
• Mesh Lining
• PitZips™
• Reinforced elbow
• Sized Specifically for Women
• Updated Fabric and Hood
• Zip-off ERG hood
• Zippered Handwarmer Pockets
• Zippin™ Compatible

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Marmot Women's Slingshot Insulated Jacket Color: White Size: S Retail $250 $150 Shipped
Marmot's best softshell fabric backed by high-quality down makes for a powerful one-two punch with the Slingshot Insloated Jacket for women. Although it's engineered for cold, windy, snowy weather, the clean lines and a thoughtful design make the Slingshot a delight to wear anywhere.
• Shell material: 290 P-250 WINDSTOPPER® Shell 2L
• Lining: Halo N-180 WR
• Insulation: 650+ Fill Goose Down
• WINDSTOPPER®
• Zippered sleeve pocket
• Inside zip pocket secure pocket to store small items
• Zip handwarmer pockets soft fabric to warm hands
• HD brushed tricot collar lining
• 650 Down Fill Power
• Angel-Wing Movement™ allows full range of motion in arms so jacket doesn't ride up
• Weight: 1lb 8 ozs / 680g

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Mountain Hardwear Women's Typhoon Jacket Color: Black Size:XL Retail $200 $130 Shipped
We started with GORE-TEX® PACLITE® and designed a detail rich,lightweight backcountry shell to keep you dry in a torential downpour. Fully waterproof and extremely breathable.
• GORE-TEX® Paclite Mini-Ripstop
• GORE-TEX® Paclite Shell waterproof laminate
• Articulated sleeves
• Usage:Superlight Backcountry / Rainwear
• Center Back Length:26"
• 13oz/371g

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Patagonia Women's Rain Shadow Jacket Color: Black Size: L Retail $150 $90 Shipped
Staying inside isn't the only way to stay dry -enjoy the trails in all conditions with fully seam-sealed waterproof/breathable protection. The Rain Shadow Jacket, now with an improved fit, is made from a packable and lightweight 2.5-layer tear-resistant nylon fabric with a waterproof/breathable H2No® barrier and Deluge® DWR (durable water repellent) finish. On the inside, a raised pattern diffuses and channels moisture away from the skin, aids in hassle-free layering, and enhances long-term durability. Features include a helmet-compatible, roll-down 2-way-adjustable hood; a storm flap with rain gutter over the center-front 2-way zipper and pit zips; water-resistant zippers on handwarmer pockets; partially elasticized self-fabric cuff tabs and a drawcord hem.
• An essential 100% waterproof/breathable 25-layer hard shell for hiking and trekking
• 2.5-layer, 2.5-oz 100% nylon with a waterproof/breathable H2No barrier and Deluge® DWR (durable water repellent) finish
• H2No® waterproof/breathable 2.5-layer tear-resistant fabric
• Interior surface texture channels moisture away from skin, protects the waterproof barrier from abrasion and slides easily over layers
• Roll-down, 2-way-adjustable hood
• Center-front zipper with storm flap
• Reverse-coil DWR-coated pit zips with storm flap
• Pockets: two handwarmer with PU coated zippers
• Self-fabric cuff tabs; drawcord hem
• Ideal Uses: Wet-Weather Hiking, Trekking, General Mountaineering, Anything Rainy
• Regular fit
• 346 g (12.2 oz)

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Re: A slew of women's winter coats and 2 rain coats

Postby shredex » Thu Aug 20, 2009 2:30 pm

stop robbing the woman walking down the road nate!
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Re: A slew of women's winter coats and 2 rain coats

Postby lafaro » Thu Aug 20, 2009 2:32 pm

between parts and coats do u own like a whole storage facility or something lol.
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Re: A slew of women's winter coats and 2 rain coats

Postby thatkid » Thu Aug 20, 2009 2:32 pm

shredex wrote:stop robbing the woman walking down the road nate!

robbing? They keep throwing their clothes at me!
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Re: A slew of women's winter coats and 2 rain coats

Postby thatkid » Thu Aug 20, 2009 2:33 pm

lafaro wrote:between parts and coats do u own like a whole storage facility or something lol.



These here economic times have forced me to work 18 odd jobs to pay the bills! :rofl:
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Re: A slew of women's winter coats and 2 rain coats

Postby the_finch » Thu Aug 20, 2009 3:34 pm

thatkid wrote:
lafaro wrote:between parts and coats do u own like a whole storage facility or something lol.



These here economic times have forced me to work 18 odd jobs to pay the bills! :rofl:


thatkid wrote:
shredex wrote:stop robbing the woman walking down the road nate!

robbing? They keep throwing their clothes at me!


Wait...... :dubious:

Working "odd" jobs....

In posession of women's clothing....

Nate, what did I tell you about working the street corner?!

(I'm the only one on the board allowed to do that.)
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Engine: K&N Drop-in air filter - stock airbox - FP 5°ignition advancer - EBC "Street Racer" Kevlar clutch
Exhaust: Stock header - Yoshimura RS-3 Carbon fiber slip-on
Body: Original paint/graphics - Clear Alternatives integrated LED Taillight - Flanders' flush front signals - YZF600 Mirrors - Comp. Werkes Stainless fender eliminator/tag bracket - 60w/55w H4 headlights
Tires: Metzler MEZ4B 120/70 ZR17 Front - Michelin Madacam 100x 150/70 ZR18 Rear
Brakes:Stock rotors with EBC HH Sinstered pads
In the works: YZF600 header, '97 Bandit 600 rear wheel, DynoJet Stage 3, Racetech Springs and Emulators fork rebuild, FZ1 rear shock, YZF600 front MC, Galfer SS Lines, CFM rearsets

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Re: A slew of women's winter coats and 2 rain coats

Postby thatkid » Thu Aug 20, 2009 3:37 pm

the_finch wrote:
thatkid wrote:
lafaro wrote:between parts and coats do u own like a whole storage facility or something lol.



These here economic times have forced me to work 18 odd jobs to pay the bills! :rofl:


thatkid wrote:
shredex wrote:stop robbing the woman walking down the road nate!

robbing? They keep throwing their clothes at me!


Wait...... :dubious:

Working "odd" jobs....

In posession of women's clothing....

Nate, what did I tell you about working the street corner?!

(I'm the only one on the board allowed to do that.)


haha! You can do it too. Just remember what you told me about protection. Go get em!
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Re: A slew of women's winter coats and 2 rain coats

Postby the_finch » Thu Aug 20, 2009 4:00 pm

thatkid wrote:haha! You can do it too. Just remember what you told me about protection. Go get em!


Wait, what exactly did I tell you about protection?

If one is good, then ten has to be better?

Good protection is convenient enough to carry everywhere and must be ready at a moment's notice: that's why the Derringer was invented?

If an Italian guy in a suit shows up and asks for protection, it's better to pay with money now than kneecaps later?

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Engine: K&N Drop-in air filter - stock airbox - FP 5°ignition advancer - EBC "Street Racer" Kevlar clutch
Exhaust: Stock header - Yoshimura RS-3 Carbon fiber slip-on
Body: Original paint/graphics - Clear Alternatives integrated LED Taillight - Flanders' flush front signals - YZF600 Mirrors - Comp. Werkes Stainless fender eliminator/tag bracket - 60w/55w H4 headlights
Tires: Metzler MEZ4B 120/70 ZR17 Front - Michelin Madacam 100x 150/70 ZR18 Rear
Brakes:Stock rotors with EBC HH Sinstered pads
In the works: YZF600 header, '97 Bandit 600 rear wheel, DynoJet Stage 3, Racetech Springs and Emulators fork rebuild, FZ1 rear shock, YZF600 front MC, Galfer SS Lines, CFM rearsets

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Re: A slew of women's winter coats and 2 rain coats

Postby lafaro » Thu Aug 20, 2009 4:17 pm

wait u got something against italian people 8-) ,lol
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1999 fzr 600 *vance and hines can and header*stage 2 jet kit*r1 front seat*frame painted gloss black*"ducati" style mirrors with integrared smoked blinkers*r1 tail and pit-eck fiberglass undertail molded into a 1 piece tail and undertail*black powdercoated brake and clutch levers*Bridgestone BT-014*single headlight 92 front fairing swap*powdercoated black engine covers(TK)*aluminum coolent tank(modking)*2007 cbr1000rr rear seat*zero gravity smoked windscreen cut short*lowered front 2"

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Re: A slew of women's winter coats and 2 rain coats

Postby reelrazor » Thu Aug 20, 2009 4:25 pm

Man, you sound like

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Re: A slew of women's winter coats and 2 rain coats

Postby pefrey » Sat Feb 21, 2015 10:27 pm

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