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    Jacket for a cold / windy weather?

    Hey guys.

    A friend of mine is visiting USA for the next couple of weeks and I thought of asking him to bring me a jacket for a cold and windy weather.

    I live in Argentina, and it's winter over here. Weather is usually windy, with temperatures around 0~10 C (32~50 F). We don't have any snow though.

    Is there any decent option around U$S 50~100? I would love to have a durable yet comfortable jacket for my rides.

    Thanks for reading!
    Sorry for my lousy English. Please feel free to point out my errors.

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    it is so hot here

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    Quote Originally Posted by yumen View Post
    it is so hot here
    He's asking his friend to bring a jacket back for him from the states. Sorry I cannot recommend anything.

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    If your going to be riding, get some layers. A decent wind breaker outer layer with a fleece (if needed) underneath would be the way to go. I find that any jackets heavier then this make me sweat like crazy!!

    A bit more then you wanted to spend, but something like this is what I was thinking: http://www.speedgoat.com/Catalog.asp...C15&Prod=19945

    I usually wear something like this and arm warmers down to around 30*F. Combine this with some knee/leg warmers, winter gloves, and booties and your good to go. Will be hard to do all this under $100 though.
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    David,

    Thanks for your suggestion. That wind breaker looks interesting indeed!
    Sorry for my lousy English. Please feel free to point out my errors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidR1 View Post
    If your going to be riding, get some layers. A decent wind breaker outer layer with a fleece (if needed) underneath would be the way to go. I find that any jackets heavier then this make me sweat like crazy!!

    A bit more then you wanted to spend, but something like this is what I was thinking: http://www.speedgoat.com/Catalog.asp...C15&Prod=19945

    I usually wear something like this and arm warmers down to around 30*F. Combine this with some knee/leg warmers, winter gloves, and booties and your good to go. Will be hard to do all this under $100 though.
    This won't help the OP, but The Clymb is selling those same jackets for 60 bucks for another 23 hours. They usually take 2 weeks or so for you to get your item due to the nature of the business, but the price can't be beat. I got a sweet Dakine jacket for cheap from them just the other day. I don't normally pimp websites, but thought I'd post since you mentioned that jacket specifically.

    Here's an invite for anyone who isn't a member.
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    Brandon,

    Thanks for the invite! There are some pretty nice clothing in that site.
    Sorry for my lousy English. Please feel free to point out my errors.

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    I think Eddie Bauer usually has good quality stuff and reasonable prices. It's hard to recommend one without more specifics of what you want, but I like these:

    http://www.eddiebauer.com/catalog/pr...viewAll=y&pg=1


    http://www.eddiebauer.com/catalog/pr...ategoryName=EB

    http://www.eddiebauer.com/catalog/pr...viewAll=y&pg=1

    or look at the whole selection:

    http://www.eddiebauer.com/EB/Mens-Ou...wear/index.cat

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    Quote Originally Posted by rafab View Post
    Brandon,

    Thanks for the invite! There are some pretty nice clothing in that site.
    It's an auction site for manufacturers to put up last year's leftovers and such. They have 2 or 3 brands for 2 or 3 days then they change it up. I just found out about it recently, but it's pretty cool. I got the Dakine jacket I mentioned and my brother got a bunch of gear for his girlfriend, including a 661 Recon helmet for $50. The other day they had tents and nice sleeping bags for great deals. I would have bought but I was strapped that week.
    Gotta get up to get down.
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