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[Live Out There] Lifetime Membership Program Holder - $20 off with coupon code LIFETIME20

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[Live Out There] Lifetime Membership Program Holder - $20 off with coupon code LIFETIME20

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I think they got rid of all the brand names and started up their own line of clothing / activewewear. I don't recall paying money for the lifetime program but I'm sure the code is generic. $50 and up ships for free.


Live Out There's Lifetime Membership Program

Our new site is finally here. We hope you’re as excited as we are.

Our new business model makes it possible for us to offer gear at the best prices in the outdoor industry, in a way no discount membership ever could. And so we have discontinued it.

As a token of our appreciation and because you were part of our original membership program we want to offer you a $20 coupon code:
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Dec 20, 2003
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They totally blew this one. Making their own gear and it's UGLY AS HELL. I give them 3 months.
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Hibbing wrote:
Nov 14th, 2017 5:09 pm
They totally blew this one. Making their own gear and it's UGLY AS HELL. I give them 3 months.
agreed.... not a fan of their line.
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Jul 12, 2013
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I feel their own band clothing is overpriced. No brand cost. No design. Right from the factory.
Why I'm still paying $150 after discount for a non-name down jacket?
Their FAIR PRICE GUARANTEE graph is a joke. The jacket costs $100 for them to make LOL.
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gear seems ok but the logo/insignia is not good on a jacket. its like a corporate sponsorship logo
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Got this email too but I don't see any appeal here. Too much focus on how much of a "deal" you get thanks to the direct-to-customer model. Too many quotes and self-indulgence by JAMIE CLARKE, CEO. Not much technical detail, which is what matters in the high-end segment that they're comparing themselves to. Doesn't even say the weight lol. No mention that I could see about warranty or if they offer repairs. With Patagonia ya it's expensive but they have rock solid customer service and repair centre to back it up. If you don't want to pay Patagonia MSRPs go for the MEC branded stuff instead and know that you get a rock solid guarantee and a good price.
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That logo on the jackets are ugly as hell lol look like knock-offs

Very disappointed that they completely switched to their own brand, I have gotten some really good deals on some hard to find stuff from them... oh well at least I took advantage of their clearance sale when they got rid of their entire inventory.

My go-to site is now Altitude Sports
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I'll wait for a $50 product (or a combination thereof) that I will be using to come out to get free shipping.

They should rename their brand to Canada Duck. Even CG uses duck down more than geese.
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Nov 15, 2015
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I thought it was cool where they display their product cost/margin and their cloths look decent to buy, but I don’t like that logo at all.

Surprised that they don’t make their own cloths in XS either
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Mar 29, 2010
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I can't even access my account at the site now. I had a $50 store balance to use up. With the $20, I should have $70... Don't think there is anything I can get for that. Especially now when they don't carry any other brands!
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I think their site is still under construction. When I look under "Men's" it seems to only show a few jackets, nothing else. Wanted to spend my $20 credit on some socks or something, but no luck.

I've bought thousands of dollars worth of Arc'teryx, NorthFace, Keen, Icebreaker, etc. etc. over the years, I really have several lifetimes supplies of outdoor gear. Probably good thing they stopped doing Clearance sales. I was spending way too much $.
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Jan 7, 2017
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Hamilton
Inno wrote: I think their site is still under construction. When I look under "Men's" it seems to only show a few jackets, nothing else. Wanted to spend my $20 credit on some socks or something, but no luck.

I've bought thousands of dollars worth of Arc'teryx, NorthFace, Keen, Icebreaker, etc. etc. over the years, I really have several lifetimes supplies of outdoor gear. Probably good thing they stopped doing Clearance sales. I was spending way too much $.
That's it, that's all. They're only selling their own stuff now.
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Chivancouver wrote:
Nov 14th, 2017 5:16 pm
I feel their own band clothing is overpriced. No brand cost. No design. Right from the factory.
Why I'm still paying $150 after discount for a non-name down jacket?
Their FAIR PRICE GUARANTEE graph is a joke. The jacket costs $10 for them to make LOL.
Fixed that for you Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Smiling Eyes.

I think this company totally missed the mark with the direction they're going into, the target audience from this specialized apparel sector are usually higher income people who are looking for expensive outdoor gear, undercutting the name-brands with an unknown, generic line is pointless and won't appeal to the same crowd anymore..
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May 24, 2011
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Hibbing wrote:
Nov 14th, 2017 5:09 pm
They totally blew this one. Making their own gear and it's UGLY AS HELL. I give them 3 months.
agree. got the membership for sales but i guess that is done...

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