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Re: [at-l] windbreakers that cover your butt
- Subject: Re: [at-l] windbreakers that cover your butt
- From: "Mara Factor" <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 03 Mar 2000 11:30:42 PST
You might want to check out Helly Hanson products if you can find a
distributor with a full selection here in the US. They are probably heavy
but I know some of their shells come with a cord that goes beetween your
legs to help keep the jacket in place - primarily to help keep snow out but
it would work in your case. I've never worn one of these jackets but a
friend (Norwegian) wore one for a long time before I realized it had this
cord. The jacket looked fairly tailored as shells go and there was nothing
obvious about the cord. I thought it was a nice feature but have never seen
anything like that here.
Then again, I'm assuming it was Helly Hanson that created this jacket
because my friend had a lot of HH clothing but that jacket may or may not
have been HH. In any case, it was a jacket he bought at home in Norway - so
probably some scandinavian brand with x-skiers in mind.
>From: ejbaker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Any one have a gear suggestion for a light wind breaker type piece of
>clothing that I don't have to order five times too large just to get it
>cover a few inches beyond the tailbone?
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