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Thread: Mens Patagonia Primo

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    Mens Patagonia Primo

    I picked up this jacket on Ebay for $365.00. Sells in the store for $599.00.

    The jacket still has the tags on it.

    It's an extra large and really nice jacket. I need a size smaller though. I'm 6' and 190lbs.

    I would like to sell it quick so I can purchase a new one, a size smaller. It's black and pretty damned nice too.

    If you happen to have a Large version of the same, I'll trade.

    We can meet up or pay like 15.00 for shipping or whatever the actual charges are. I just want what I put into it back.

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    Re: Mens Patagonia Primo

    Dc just return it. If they don't accept returns call him anyway and tell him it's way too big. Most of the time they want to accommodate So they don't gt a bad review.
    Quote Originally Posted by dcabarle View Post
    I picked up this jacket on Ebay for $365.00. Sells in the store for $599.00.

    The jacket still has the tags on it.

    It's an extra large and really nice jacket. I need a size smaller though. I'm 6' and 190lbs.

    I would like to sell it quick so I can purchase a new one, a size smaller. It's black and pretty damned nice too.

    If you happen to have a Large version of the same, I'll trade.

    We can meet up or pay like 15.00 for shipping or whatever the actual charges are. I just want what I put into it back.

    Thanks


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    Re: Mens Patagonia Primo

    Quote Originally Posted by MACFLY View Post
    Dc just return it. If they don't accept returns call him anyway and tell him it's way too big. Most of the time they want to accommodate So they don't gt a bad review.
    He already said he'd take the return but I thought before returning it, I'd try to do us both a favor and try to sell it here first.

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    Re: Mens Patagonia Primo

    What the Hell?!?
    I just had to look up what a $600 jacket was all about.
    Described as good for...

    "the coldest lift ride, the deepest cold smoke powder, and farthest outpost of terrain."

    "Our most durable hard shell for diehard riding..."

    I guess if you are heading to some outpost or riding a diehard, you might need a hard shell... I've never done either of those things so I'm guessing $600 is the price some need to pay...

    I've spent some time outdoors in snow, wind, rain, -20 degree temps... shoveling, digging, cutting wood, standing still... a fleece under a lined m-65 field jacket has served me well. ($79.95)

    Now, if that thing doubles as body armor... I understand a Jersey boy gettin' one...

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    Re: Mens Patagonia Primo

    I dont think Dennis would look good in a field jacket
    Quote Originally Posted by Future Fanatic View Post
    What the Hell?!?
    I just had to look up what a $600 jacket was all about.
    Described as good for...

    "the coldest lift ride, the deepest cold smoke powder, and farthest outpost of terrain."

    "Our most durable hard shell for diehard riding..."

    I guess if you are heading to some outpost or riding a diehard, you might need a hard shell... I've never done either of those things so I'm guessing $600 is the price some need to pay...

    I've spent some time outdoors in snow, wind, rain, -20 degree temps... shoveling, digging, cutting wood, standing still... a fleece under a lined m-65 field jacket has served me well. ($79.95)

    Now, if that thing doubles as body armor... I understand a Jersey boy gettin' one...


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    Re: Mens Patagonia Primo

    Quote Originally Posted by Future Fanatic View Post
    What the Hell?!?
    I just had to look up what a $600 jacket was all about.
    Described as good for...

    "the coldest lift ride, the deepest cold smoke powder, and farthest outpost of terrain."

    "Our most durable hard shell for diehard riding..."

    I guess if you are heading to some outpost or riding a diehard, you might need a hard shell... I've never done either of those things so I'm guessing $600 is the price some need to pay...

    I've spent some time outdoors in snow, wind, rain, -20 degree temps... shoveling, digging, cutting wood, standing still... a fleece under a lined m-65 field jacket has served me well. ($79.95)

    Now, if that thing doubles as body armor... I understand a Jersey boy gettin' one...
    Dennis needs that kind of jacket because he is a New Jersey sissy boy. They get 2 inches of snow and the news broadcasts how people are coping with the "blizzard". You will also see him with it on in July if he ever attempts to wade the Delaware

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    Re: Mens Patagonia Primo

    Quote Originally Posted by WBDluver View Post
    Dennis needs that kind of jacket because he is a New Jersey sissy boy. They get 2 inches of snow and the news broadcasts how people are coping with the "blizzard". You will also see him with it on in July if he ever attempts to wade the Delaware
    Wait a minute... 2" of snow isn't a blizzard? Where the hell are you from?

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    Re: Mens Patagonia Primo

    Why don't you just put on twenty pounds and keep it?

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