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[LastHunt] Today only extra 15% off Arc'teryx + Thanksgiving sale 50% off (except Arc'teryx...and others)

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Today only extra 15% off Arc'teryx + Thanksgiving sale 50% off (except Arc'teryx...and others)

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Savings:
15% off
Expiry:
October 13, 2019
Retailer:
LastHunt
I just received an e-mail from the last Hunt for the extra 15% off Arc'teryx.
Combined to THANKSGIVING SALE SITEWIDE 50% OFF except Canada Goose, Arc'teryx, Veilance, Patagonia & Herschel Supply Co.
It's easier to achieve free shipping over 100$ with both sales combined!
All sales are final.

COUPON CODE : ARC15

Free shipping over 100$

Let the hunt begin!
Last edited by urapawn on Oct 12th, 2019 11:08 am, edited 3 times in total.
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Inb4 thelasthunter posts yet again how the last hunt sucks for purchasing Arc'teryx.
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Extra 15 off Patagonia on the 13th as well.

The last hunts great, haters stick to sport check
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There is no free shipping code if anybody wonders.
But free shipping over 100$!
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The last hunt is fine. This is 15% off on an "up to 50% off" sale. I'd expect a higher discount on final sales, like what they used to be. Those same SL jackets used to be 60% off.
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Are arcteryx coats actually warmer than the cheaper coats (eg the north face), or are you just paying for the name?
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Nikhilvoid wrote: The last hunt is fine. This is 15% off on an "up to 50% off" sale. I'd expect a higher discount on final sales, like what they used to be. Those same SL jackets used to be 60% off.
Actually it is a THANKSGIVING SALE SITEWIDE 50% OFF
except Canada Goose, Arc'teryx, Veilance, Patagonia & Herschel Supply Co.
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BeapChastard wrote: Are arcteryx coats actually warmer than the cheaper coats (eg the north face), or are you just paying for the name?
This brand is about hiking skiing snowboarding claiming outdoor sport etc
And the material in general is excellent in breathability water repellent weight softness etc
Compare to other brand like north face does not do a good job in those field (there are indeed some models are good, but overall not as good as arc)

And only measuring warm is kind of none sense because a 5kg jack is definitely warmer than a 500g jacket. But I would say a800 g arc is probably warmer than a 800g north face and better material)

As for paying for name? Well, why are people still buying iPhone for more than a grand or almost 2 grand? Are those people all stupid just paying for name? I don’t know, maybe you will only figure out when you buy it)
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BeapChastard wrote: Are arcteryx coats actually warmer than the cheaper coats (eg the north face), or are you just paying for the name?
It’s overall quality. It’s a premium outdoor clothing company and premium pricing. Prestige seems to be amongst the Asians ( non stop tour bus drop offs at the outlet).

It’s up to you to decide if you need that premium build. Urban activities generally don’t - but hanging off some ice thingee in the middle of nowhere - probably. Also the SAR, military, and LE community seems to really like them as well - so that’s a vote of confidence.
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BeapChastard wrote: Are arcteryx coats actually warmer than the cheaper coats (eg the north face), or are you just paying for the name?
I am not sure it’s warmer than other brand. But it makes for outdoor sports. Lightweight and well blocked the wind.

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