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“Does anyone know where I can find a down sweater with an attached hood? Something to fit under my G-Tes shell. The down sweater I have now has no hood.
Land's End had one for 69$, but it's not on their website now.”
“Did ya check Sierra Trading Post?”
“Yup, but I'll check again on-line.
I'm not sure if this will work or if it's in your price range.”
“Thanks, Zac, great site. I don't want a full-on parka. I need something that will fit under a shell parka.”
“Gremlin check out the montbell down liner really light and packable”
“Yeah, I wasn't sure if that one would work or not, but it was the only thing I came across that had a hood. I figured I might as well post it.
Good luck. I went through the same thing last winter. I ended up getting this:
EMS Men's Base Camp Jacket
last edited: 9/15/06 1:05:38 PM”
“Thanks, LtHiker. Their inner jackets don't have hoods (sigh).”
“Picky picky, wear a hat!”
“I guess I'll have to.”
Link screwed up thread.
last edited: 9/15/06 3:21:54 PM”
“Have you checked REI? Not to pitch, but if you buy into the Collective (Damn liberal communist socialist words), ;0) You can get good prices on pretty much anything.”
“Okay now Papa....grief time going on...but I am part of that (LOL) collective as well as the MEC collective, and a couple of others.
I am looking for the "Big Hootered Girls who like to rub themselves on older men" collective....Know where I could find that?”
“I dunno, but when you find out, do a brutha a favor, if you get my drift...”
“Looks like it might have to be the TNF Nuptse jacket. US 199$ Ouch.”
“I found the MEC Tremblant 575 duck down hooded jacket for Cdn 110$. Why didn't I look there first? Duh.”
“Got a link?”
“Don't know how, but you can go to www.mec.ca and click on clothing, the down and synthetics.
You're going to have mail.”
“nice!! thanks Unca G!”
“Can I join that colective too, XL400236? ;-)”
“Gentlemen, gentlemen, that's the easiest one to join! It's called a ti++y bar. $5 at the door, and $5 per beer, and as long as you keep puttin money in their undies the nearly nekkid women will rub up on you all night. Problem is... that's all they'll do, and you still come home broke! LOL!”
“You ain't gonna get laid, but ya will get sc**wed. ;-)”
“Clearly, you boys haven't been to the 'Canadian Ballet'. The Montreal Canadiens owe a few Stanley Cups to the, uh, ballet. Poor old Murkins didn't stand a chance.”
“I've been looking through my 'favourite threads' for a company that sells down and other clothing kits like the old Frostline. I'm pretty sure one still exists. Help.”
“Hmm, sorry, no clue Grem. What is it?”
I believe that Sacco once told me that he made his own down sleeping bag. I'm not sure if it was from a pattern or a kit. If he's still around he may be able to point you in the right direction.”
“I thought Jacks-r-better sold that stuff.. if not them I saw a guy in the for sale section on hammock forums selling down the other day. Somebody over there knows where to buy down and DIY stuff. Just ask.”
“I got chicken feathers I'll give you for free, seriously”
..try those guys, they sell down for sure, nice guys too. They make great stuff!”
“Stuff!?!? Get it?
“Isn't there a 'Bragging on the Kids' thread. Search didn't find one.”
“I just got 7 160 e-mails on my Yahoo account. I'm just not going through each one. Is there a way to delete up from the bottom of the unwanted ones? Help!”
“Click the check box with the flag next to it at the upper left of the inbox. Click the ones you want to keep to uncheck them. Then click Delete.
If you want to open the one on the bottom of the list, delete it and work your way up, I don't think you can do it without getting kicked back to the inbox.
You prolly figured this out already, but Demand Media appreciates the posts.”
“Thanks, TJ. I just logged in and saw that Yahoo had fixed the problem.”
“You probably missed my important e-mail then. And I had worked hard on that one, too.”
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