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[Winners] OSC Atka Parka rated -40C $399, originally $1075 downtown Montreal, in store only (YMMV)

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[Winners] OSC Atka Parka rated -40C $399, originally $1075 downtown Montreal, in store only (YMMV)

Saw the OSC Atka for $399 at Winners in Downtown Montreal Eaton Centre. There were only big sizes left, L-XXL. YMMV. Not sure if available in other locations.

Sorry, the picture is a bit blurry cause I was in a hurry. I took a picture of original price tag and the Winners price on the jacket. Also if you zoom in you can see the OSC brand embedded on the sleeve next to Winners tag.
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Montreal eaton center? LOL that sounds so awfully close to toronto eaton center.
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aintic wrote:
Nov 24th, 2018 2:22 pm
Not sure if available in other locations.
There are a bunch of GTA locations selling various OSC models as well as CMFR Gormley and Oxton Exclusives.
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Bbbbbbg wrote:
Nov 24th, 2018 2:42 pm
Montreal eaton center? LOL that sounds so awfully close to toronto eaton center.
Owned by the same management company that's why.
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I saw a couple OSC women jacket and 1 OSC men jacket at Winners in Vaughan Mills awhile ago.
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is 400$ considered a good price for these parka? I think ill invest in a good one for this winter. ive always had cheap 100-150$ones
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Bobbyboosted wrote:
Dec 3rd, 2018 6:20 am
is 400$ considered a good price for these parka? I think ill invest in a good one for this winter. ive always had cheap 100-150$ones

I think that at this price point you're paying more for brand and style, rather than being a "good" one only. Not saying that isn't worthy nor that anybody should ever buy one, but if you don't care much about how it looks on you and those 100-150 keeps you warm enough, you won't see a reason to spend that much.

Now, if you think it's worth to pay extra for those, yeah, $400 is a good price for those, but Winners is a hit or miss at best. It's really hard to find those high end brands, and when you do, it's really hard to find something at your size, and when you do, it's normally some odd colour. Last winter I saw a single Moose Knuckle, decently priced, my size, but it was like super Purple... :(
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neonic wrote:
Dec 3rd, 2018 8:04 am
I think that at this price point you're paying more for brand and style, rather than being a "good" one only. Not saying that isn't worthy nor that anybody should ever buy one, but if you don't care much about how it looks on you and those 100-150 keeps you warm enough, you won't see a reason to spend that much.

Now, if you think it's worth to pay extra for those, yeah, $400 is a good price for those, but Winners is a hit or miss at best. It's really hard to find those high end brands, and when you do, it's really hard to find something at your size, and when you do, it's normally some odd colour. Last winter I saw a single Moose Knuckle, decently priced, my size, but it was like super Purple... :(
Agree that its really subjective to whether you feel it's worth it to invest in a higher tier jacket or if you're happy with the cheaper tier.

I've been using a cheap $100 jacket for the past 5 years with the mindset that I didn't need to spend on a nice one like a Goose. Recently I upgraded to an OSC jacket (the Desna) and I think it's totally worth it. Now I've only had it for a month so this is just my initial impression, but I think the differences go beyond the style and look. It's way warmer (I used to have to layer in my cheap jacket to be warm) and feels more durable. I'm hoping I can use this jacket for the next 10 years cause it seems well made, but time will tell. IMO at $400 it's totally a buy.

Side note - if you're already decided on getting a Goose-tier jacket I think OSC is a better buy. I have 0 regrets with mine, besides being really scared to rip it or something.
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This OSC Atka is rated at -40C, 650 down fill, and hand made in Canada too. The quality is on par with CG premium models if not better. I saw a couple near my place, but only in Large size and up at Winners.
Last edited by vicktnguyen on Dec 3rd, 2018 2:14 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Anyone seen this parka or any from OSC in the GTHA area recently? (Within the last two weeks). I want to go look but it would be great if someone can report recent sightings to help save some of us some time. Thanks.
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tried couple of winners near me, none available. Winners has shitons of point zeros tho lol... I guess ill try mtl eaton center
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I think these are only available at winners that carry runway collection
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There were a few other models there. check your local winners.
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MTLinStyle wrote:
Dec 4th, 2018 5:05 pm
There were a few other models there. check your local winners.
Are they in MTL area? If so can you tell me which one?
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MTLinStyle wrote:
Dec 4th, 2018 5:05 pm
There were a few other models there. check your local winners.
The one on the left looks like a previous gen Desna - great bomber jacket. I think it fits big (i have a XXS) but granted, I'm a slim guy (5'8", 130lbs).

Gonna echo some of the comments above: don't think it's worth $1,075 (don't think any jacket is, for that matter), but at $400 it's a great deal - comparable down jackets will easily run you $700+ these days.

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