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    poca-old
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    nice coats

    I've come to realize that nice coats are not good for winter. they look good but that's all they do. two winters ago i bought a nice looking dex coat, first time we hit -15 i wanted to try so i went out with it, it was terrible, i felt as if i had no coat one. the cold wind just passed through the fabric like it was nothing. last winter i bough a real nice bufallo one and same thing happened. this winter coming i am gonna by another one again and this time i won't go for a good looking coat but for a warm one... but still i want something that looks nice since i have to wear it for 6 months...any help please



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    STICKMAN
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    RE: nice coats

    Are Leather PeaCoats gonna still be in style this winter???

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    Registered User pennywhine's Avatar pennywhine is offline
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    RE: nice coats

    leather peacoats are still hot but make sure it is nice and lined or yuh gonna freeze yuh backside off.

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    poca-old
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    RE: nice coats

    ok.

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    RE: nice coats

    poca, when you getting a coat get one for me too (smile).

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    poca-old
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    RE: nice coats

    no prob... but you'll have to come and pick it up in Montreal:9

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    RE: nice coats

    poca, do you have Fed Ex over there:*

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    prettidolli16t
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    RE: nice coats

    BAMBOO FYAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Hey Poca:
    I don't believe to be warm one's coat has to be ugly....I've managed to keep warm every winter with a nice, stylish coat. I suggest you look for materials such as thinsulate, and heavy, nonbreathable wools if that's your thing. Be careful if the wools are nonbreathable b/c they are warm, but can trap dirt and odor and have to be cleaned more frequently...So that can cause a budget problem. Also, look for the "stuffing" or filling used in the coat. Some acrylic and synthetic materials lose their ability to keep you warm after machine washing. Also I'd suggest a hood if you want to really keep warm.....good luck!



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