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[Live Out There] LiveOutThere.ca 40% off site wide + extra $20 off/order

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[Live Out There] LiveOutThere.ca 40% off site wide + extra $20 off/order

They have their sitewide 40% off back on, plus the $20 coupons still work.

40% off site wide (coats, pants, jackets, vests) plus I found two coupon codes that work. Not certain how many times each code can be used.
NEW20 and LIFETIME20 both give $20 off per order.

My order was $99 and had free shipping but I'm not sure if all orders have free shipping.

Example:
Men's Assiniboine Down hoodie
800 down fill power, 150g fill weight, 100% Traceable Goose Down (RDS Standard)
Regular $199, Sale $120, with $20 coupon: $100, free shipping.

I bought the Assiniboine last time they had 40% and I am very impressed with it. especially at that price.
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Bought my dad the assinibone too. He liked it, but the sleeves were a tad too long. I tried it on and it fit me well.

But I noticed the sewing wasn't the greatest and tends to give off the down(not sure what the term is).

For the price you can't go wrong. It's really warm and better value than say compared to uniqlo at this price.
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ceredon wrote:
Jan 23rd, 2019 10:30 am
They have their sitewide 40% off back on, plus the $20 coupons still work.

40% off site wide (coats, pants, jackets, vests) plus I found two coupon codes that work. Not certain how many times each code can be used.
NEW20 and LIFETIME20 both give $20 off per order.

My order was $99 and had free shipping but I'm not sure if all orders have free shipping.

Example:
Men's Assiniboine Down hoodie
800 down fill power, 150g fill weight, 100% Traceable Goose Down (RDS Standard)
Regular $199, Sale $120, with $20 coupon: $100, free shipping.

I bought the Assiniboine last time they had 40% and I am very impressed with it. especially at that price.
How does the sizing run? True to size?
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dimlight1 wrote:
Jan 23rd, 2019 10:43 am
Bought my dad the assinibone too. He liked it, but the sleeves were a tad too long. I tried it on and it fit me well.

But I noticed the sewing wasn't the greatest and tends to give off the down(not sure what the term is).

For the price you can't go wrong. It's really warm and better value than say compared to uniqlo at this price.
My TNF triclimate and CG parka both let some down out. I haven't noticed more with the Assinibone than with the others. Maybe less than the GC actually.

Chris9446 wrote:
Jan 23rd, 2019 11:44 am
How does the sizing run? True to size?
I'm 6 ft and about 175lbs and M was a very good fit for me. I have a TNF gore tex jacket with down insert which fits very similarly.
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Purchased the Hooded Assinnaboine jacket around a year ago on a decent sale around $125, and at $100 all-in it's pretty unbeatable. IMO Comparable quality to other down gear from Marmot, Mountain Hardwear etc.

I'm 5'11 185lbs and consider the M jacket to be a good fit. Not relaxed but not slim fit .. more of an active fit. Great level of warmth and doesn't look too 'puffy'. Layers great underneath shells or other parkas too
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dimlight1 wrote:
Jan 23rd, 2019 10:43 am
Bought my dad the assinibone too. He liked it, but the sleeves were a tad too long. I tried it on and it fit me well.

But I noticed the sewing wasn't the greatest and tends to give off the down(not sure what the term is).

For the price you can't go wrong. It's really warm and better value than say compared to uniqlo at this price.
From the pictures, Uniqlo looks much better quality in terms of sewing (stiches? not sure how to say it) and material.

What is the difference between CHAMONIX and ASSINIBOINE ?
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Spaceballs wrote:
Jan 23rd, 2019 12:47 pm
From the pictures, Uniqlo looks much better quality.

What is the difference between CHAMONIX and ASSINIBOINE ?
Assiniboine has a hood. Both have 800 fill power but the Assiniboine has 150g (5.3oz) fill weight vs 140g (5oz) for the Chamonix, which is still very close. That compares to around 100g (3.4oz) for the patagonia down hoody. People tend to only consider the fill power but fill weight is just as if not more important (basically quality of down vs quantity).

I can almost guarantee the uniqlo doesn't have the same fill weight.
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I read on their site that they have lifetime warranty.
Do you need to keep the receipt?
How good is their lifetime warranty:?
If I buy something that is not in deep discounted, my father will punish me; everyone will laugh at me. I will be the strange kid who doesn't fit in.
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theflyingsquirrel wrote:
Jan 23rd, 2019 2:12 pm
I read on their site that they have lifetime warranty.
Do you need to keep the receipt?
How good is their lifetime warranty:?
VERY GOOD...EXCELLENT

Bought one in November...Just 2 weeks ago, had 3 rips on sleeves and asked for repair or possible replacement .

They sent a new one and asked to send the old one in. All paid for.

Just that will beat what the competitors can offer.

North Face as well have a very good lifetime warranty.
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mtlmonk wrote:
Jan 23rd, 2019 2:36 pm

VERY GOOD...EXCELLENT

Bought one in November...Just 2 weeks ago, had 3 rips on sleeves and asked for repair or possible replacement .

They sent a new one and asked to send the old one in. All paid for.

Just that will beat what the competitors can offer.

North Face as well have a very good lifetime warranty.
Great. I am surprised no one mention the lifetime warranty here. In Eddie bauer thread, people keep talking about it and made it a big thing.
Was going to get the blue jacket but was too late. It all sold out.
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ceredon wrote:
Jan 23rd, 2019 12:58 pm

I can almost guarantee the uniqlo doesn't have the same fill weight.
Yes, but the sewing and material don't look good on this brand.
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Spaceballs wrote:
Jan 23rd, 2019 3:17 pm
Yes, but the sewing and material don't look good on this brand.
I haven't seen the Uniqlo, but Uniqlo is a casual wear company. Where Liveoutthere is catered for the technical outdoor gear buyers. I would venture to guess the actual Liveoutthere jacket should be more durable material/sewing then the Uniqlo.
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Spaceballs wrote:
Jan 23rd, 2019 3:17 pm

Yes, but the sewing and material don't look good on this brand.
Aaaaaron wrote:
Jan 23rd, 2019 3:51 pm
I haven't seen the Uniqlo, but Uniqlo is a casual wear company. Where Liveoutthere is catered for the technical outdoor gear buyers. I would venture to guess the actual Liveoutthere jacket should be more durable material/sewing then the Uniqlo.
Pretty much this. I like Uniqlo but they are a fashion brand. Fashion vs function, I'd pick LoT to hit more more technical specs, while Uniqlo will look better.
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theflyingsquirrel wrote:
Jan 23rd, 2019 12:25 pm
How warm is their live out there tempest down parka?
Try writing to their customer service and asking about the fill weight and then compare that to the fill weight of other parkas with 550-600 fill power. That will give you the best idea. Failing that, if all you to go on is the fill power (because no one seems to want to publish fill weights), then theirs at 550 is as high as the McMurdo and some Canada Goose.

Worst case, order of one the down jackets to wear underneath ;)
(on two separate orders to use the codes I guess)
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