What Jacket Are You Wearing Today?

Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by dan_t, Aug 8, 2015.

  1. Marc mndt

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    Sears Hercules

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  2. Mrfrown

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    Thanks JMax. It’s tight but it works. Maybe the zipped look will grow on me over time

    Thanks Justin. Been thrown off by the advertised shortness…but turns out it’s just great (for me at least heh)

    Thanks Al. If it’s any help for sizing I’m 5’9” 180# with about 41.5” chest
     
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  4. Marc mndt

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    We had a storm last night so temperature cooled down quite a bit. Perfect opportunity to take some quick pics of a couple of recently acquired jackets.
     
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  5. Turnip

    Turnip One Too Many

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    Thunderstorms scheduled for tonight so possibly the HWM

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  6. torfjord

    torfjord One Too Many

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    Aren’t you guys in the EU? No immigration papers needed :)
     
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    Huh! I really had no clue I can just live anywhere within EU. Good to know. Now to find the coldest point of the union.
     
  8. JCSD

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    Field Leathers Idaho

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  9. torfjord

    torfjord One Too Many

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    :) I think you’re allowed to move anywhere in the EU and stay for two months but if you want to stay longer you probably need a job in the country. Northern parts of Sweden or Finland should be cold enough for a anyone’s taste lol
     
  10. Tom71

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    Yup! That’s actually the whole idea of the EU: freedom of travel, freedom of work, freedom of goods and services.

    That’s why all the workforce in UK hotels, pubs and restaurants used to be first Polish, later Bulgarian/Romanian.

    There is very little restrictions to prevent fraudulent immigration in a foreign welfare system, but there is nothing to stop you from migrating into the Netherlands (or Germany for that matter).

    Good thing, for sure! We got to convince our UK friends to re-join the club…!
     
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  11. navetsea

    navetsea I'll Lock Up

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    I started my morning walk again, for a week now with mask on. Covid19 in my area eases up, and a month has passed since my first vac shot I hope my antibody is at its peak now for a first shot anyway...
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    Dunno where we are heading to.. the daily graph seems worsening but so far here where I live its declining.
     
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  12. handymike

    handymike I'll Lock Up

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    Which vax did you get?
    I am still wearing mask inside places, but they say that outside and spaced apart (like on a walk) you have very little chance of catching it. I still go around people on the street, but I’m over-acting I know.
    Film LA has just relaxed all restrictions on a set, but I still make my crew mask-up. During this whole thing, I’ve been ok while others I’ve been around have tested positive. I credit my trusty KF-94 Korean masks.
     
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  13. navetsea

    navetsea I'll Lock Up

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    I got the Astrazeneca, was worrisome, lucky my blood is not that special. I wear mask when leaving my house, and in public places, still compulsory to wear it here, of course here and there some less considerate person masks his chin rather than his nose and mouth, and early teenagers who are too cool for mask... but in general people are wearing it still.
     
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  14. Marc mndt

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    I went out yesterday, hundreds of people bunched together in every bar or club, you can't even get through & nobody wears a mask. It's so weird, just a few weeks ago, everything was banned and people wore them and they've just lifted the ban and it's literally like pre-Covid time. Numbers are dropping, we're now at >20 cases per day... I don't get this plague at all. During the dunno what number "wave", everyone hid at home and numbers were going up.
    In any case, I got my Astra shot so I guess I don't have to care much one way or the other, which is good. I'm sick of this thing, anyway. Can't even bring myself to say that word sometimes, how much I hate it. Covid. What a stupid word.
     
  16. navetsea

    navetsea I'll Lock Up

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    remember it is reported case number if you contract it now some lucky ones won't even fall ill at all, some will show mild symptoms and some will die of it, so the number would not show immediately, if we are abandoning all safety effort now and partying, the number won't rise up tommorrow, it will take a week or two to reap the result.

    my country was already down at 2000 case per day last May, then muslim holiday came, and even when our govt already put precausion and warning and tell people not to travel back to their hometowns, millions still did, and now we are back at 12000+ and going up this mid June...

    my friend turned + even after fully vaccined he had no symptoms for the first 6 days just a little tired is all coughing here and there, and then on the 7th day his blood oxygen dropped and threw up and coughing, quite long incubation window... and quite long period of recuperation and it will put burden to others to take care of us if we fell ill of our own neglect. and honestly to me I don't want to be the last victims of war that is almost over, already had so much depression for the entire year to keep me away from it, I don't want to end it by fell ill and on hospital bed or urn .. so I keep wearing my mask, and avoiding any kind of crowd.
     
  17. Carlos840

    Carlos840 I'll Lock Up

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    Since my car was totaled by a falling tree i have been on the bike everyday.
    Currently these two have been my daily riding jackets.
    If the weather is bad i prefer the leathertogs A, if it is very hot i prefer the B as riding with the jacket partially zipped lets a lot of air in.
    Both are as comfortable on the bike, no forward restriction, no balooning, only slight negative is that the back could be 1" longer, but that would make the front too long...

    They are without a doubt my two favourite LW:

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  18. Great fits, Carlos..!!
     
  19. Bfd70

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    That A is really perfect. The B too but that one is a little much for me.
     
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  20. JMax

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    I need an A, but with a D pocket. And no patch pocket. Nice, simple, perfect.
     

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