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[Live Out There] Live Out There 800+ fill down jacket (120$) and more

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[Live Out There] Live Out There 800+ fill down jacket (120$) and more

Live Out There is having an end of season sale and I also noticed that another 20$ can be taken off with this generic code : LIFETIME20

120$ for a jacket that costs 100$ to make seems like a pretty hot deal. https://liveoutthere.ca/products/mens-d ... 1513147419

The "Joffre" is also a very good deal if you're in the market for a synthetic jacket similar to the Arcteryx Atom LT : https://liveoutthere.ca/products/mens-j ... 1515473947

Free shipping, free returns and lifetime warranty as well.
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Aug 19, 2011
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Markham
how do they compare to Eddie Bauer's down jackets?
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py2000 wrote:
Mar 16th, 2018 8:10 pm
how do they compare to Eddie Bauer's down jackets?
I'd say in between EB and Arctery'x?
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Sep 23, 2005
203 posts
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Toronto
I bought the Denali model in January - it looks a lot like the Assiniboine, but I'm not sure what the difference is. I would describe the quality as a notch below Mountain Hardwear quality (which I really like). The fit is fairly slim - it's a bit tight for me around the hips, but otherwise I love it. It's a perfect warmth for -5 to +10, and thin enough to wear under a roomy parka if you need to get down to -40. The biggest drawback for me is the lack/design of pockets. Only one large pocket inside, plus the usual two outside pockets.

I paid $160 for mine (on sale from $200) and would definitely buy it again.
Jr. Member
Dec 24, 2014
186 posts
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Toronto, ON
Honestly, the only thing preventing me from buying their jackets is that logo.
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Nov 12, 2012
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Calgary
lostinpangea wrote:
Mar 16th, 2018 9:06 pm
I bought the Denali model in January - it looks a lot like the Assiniboine, but I'm not sure what the difference is. I would describe the quality as a notch below Mountain Hardwear quality (which I really like). The fit is fairly slim - it's a bit tight for me around the hips, but otherwise I love it. It's a perfect warmth for -5 to +10, and thin enough to wear under a roomy parka if you need to get down to -40. The biggest drawback for me is the lack/design of pockets. Only one large pocket inside, plus the usual two outside pockets.

I paid $160 for mine (on sale from $200) and would definitely buy it again.
The Denali and Assiniboine are the same jacket, they had to change the name.
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Jul 25, 2015
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lostinpangea wrote:
Mar 16th, 2018 9:06 pm
I bought the Denali model in January - it looks a lot like the Assiniboine, but I'm not sure what the difference is. I would describe the quality as a notch below Mountain Hardwear quality (which I really like). The fit is fairly slim - it's a bit tight for me around the hips, but otherwise I love it. It's a perfect warmth for -5 to +10, and thin enough to wear under a roomy parka if you need to get down to -40. The biggest drawback for me is the lack/design of pockets. Only one large pocket inside, plus the usual two outside pockets.

I paid $160 for mine (on sale from $200) and would definitely buy it again.
How many pockets do you need?
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Sinasta wrote:
Mar 16th, 2018 9:52 pm
How many pockets do you need?
I was thinking the exact same lol

For me 3 pockets is fine and over 4 is overkill.
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Sep 13, 2007
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Looking at this jacket, how "ünpuffy" it looks, I just can't see how it can be 800+ fill.

@lostinpangea comments that he's comfortable in -5 to +10 C in this jacket seems to confirm my observation
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Jun 8, 2012
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I checked the return policy, seems straight forward - 60 days. Anyone had any experience with their return? Thanks.
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Aug 19, 2006
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Does anyone know if you need to pay for return shipping ?
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Jul 25, 2015
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Kfox wrote:
Mar 16th, 2018 10:04 pm
Looking at this jacket, how "ünpuffy" it looks, I just can't see how it can be 800+ fill.

@lostinpangea comments that he's comfortable in -5 to +10 C in this jacket seems to confirm my observation
Fill power and fill weight is not the same thing.
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Jan 28, 2010
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Kfox wrote:
Mar 16th, 2018 10:04 pm
Looking at this jacket, how "ünpuffy" it looks, I just can't see how it can be 800+ fill.

@lostinpangea comments that he's comfortable in -5 to +10 C in this jacket seems to confirm my observation
It looks the same as the 800+ fill jackets from Arcteryx and Patagonia
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Aug 7, 2015
151 posts
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Vancouver, BC
krypton wrote:
Mar 16th, 2018 10:14 pm
Does anyone know if you need to pay for return shipping ?
Would like to know as well!
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6298 posts
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Toronto
MontfortOaks wrote:
Mar 16th, 2018 9:11 pm
Honestly, the only thing preventing me from buying their jackets is that logo.
LOL that's the truth. One of the finest stores has now become a joke.

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