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    Quote Originally Posted by steamboat1 View Post
    Not that I wear that parka but if you want to talk about quality & design in ski wear Bogner is near or at the top of the list. I've been very satisfied with their products.

    Take your NYC prejudice & stick it you know where.
    Ah, the troll is back and looking for attention.

    I was just stating what I heard and not passing judgment on you or New Yorkers (I actually like New Yorkers).




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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinF View Post
    This. The "good stuff" works so well. I've been out in some weather conditions that have had me questioning my sanity and then I realize I'm completely comfortable. Like yesterday -- pouring rain and wind that stopped me in my tracks, and I was totally dry.

    If you're not going to push the weather envelope, then the "good stuff" is probably overkill... But if you like to stay out there "no matter what", then the "good stuff" is totally worth the investment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thetrailboss View Post
    Ah, the troll is back and looking for attention.

    I was just stating what I heard and not passing judgment on you or New Yorkers (I actually like New Yorkers).
    Well it didn't come across that way.

    You can stick your troll chit you know were too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinF View Post
    This. The "good stuff" works so well. I've been out in some weather conditions that have had me questioning my sanity and then I realize I'm completely comfortable. Like yesterday -- pouring rain and wind that stopped me in my tracks, and I was totally dry.

    If you're not going to push the weather envelope, then the "good stuff" is probably overkill... But if you like to stay out there "no matter what", then the "good stuff" is totally worth the investment.
    Weather envelope is a broad term. I do not ski in heavy or even persistent rain. Freezing rain/drizzle, sleet, super cold yes. Do not need a $400 jacket or ski pants for that.


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