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Live Out There Relaunched With In-House Outdoor Clothing

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  • Nov 15th, 2017 8:05 pm
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Live Out There Relaunched With In-House Outdoor Clothing

https://liveoutthere.com/

Thoughts? Their down parka looks quite nice and the prices seem very competitive.
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Pricing seems fair for what you get. Transparency disclosure is interesting and, if accurate, puts things in perspective aka we are all getting royally screwed on our brand purchases.
Looking at their vest; 800 fill down is pretty potent. Colors are limited but I'm sure they'll expand once the business picks up.
No mention of warranty limitations.
No review sections, though, again, I'm sure they'll push those through once people start buying.
Free shipping over 50 with, I assume, free exchange/return.
The new brand logo looks cool albeit without market recognition.
I'm gonna watch it closely and if anyone pulls the trigger I hope they post the review here. ;)
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I'm tempted by the vest; looks nice! I'm really disappointed they didn't launch with a hardshell.
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differing wrote:
Nov 15th, 2017 12:24 pm
I'm tempted by the vest; looks nice! I'm really disappointed they didn't launch with a hardshell.
Hardshell is coming out in the spring.
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differing wrote:
Nov 14th, 2017 4:44 pm
https://liveoutthere.com/

Thoughts? Their down parka looks quite nice and the prices seem very competitive.
The liveoutthere.ca prices are higher.
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Becks wrote:
Nov 15th, 2017 3:53 pm
The liveoutthere.ca prices are higher.
The .com are US dollar amounts. The .ca prices are actually below the exchange rate dollar value.

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