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post #1 of 5
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Here are three great jackets:
Jagged Edge Telluride Mountain Shell - Medium, selling for $85
The North Face Denali Jacket - Large, selling for $50

Solstice Microshed Spindrift ParkaMens Large Selling for $110<font color=blue>
Baltic/Marine</font>Solstice Spindrift Parka with hood
Great Jacket! - used twice
Excellent Condition

<h2>Key Features:</h2>
<ul>Outer Fabric: 70 d X 70 d two-layer Taslan nylon Microshed
Reinforced Fabric: 140 d nylon two-layer Microshed
Lining Fabric: Polyester mesh and nylon taffeta
Solstice Spindrift Parka
100% waterproof and breathable fully taped seams[*]Reinforced shoulders and elbows
Zippered outer pockets/hidden chest pocket[*]One zippered inside security pocket/sleeve pocket/pass pocket
[*]Detachable double-draw hood
[*]Adjustable fleece-lined collar and chin guard
[*]Two-way quick-zip underarm vents
[*]Double front storm flaps with rain gutter
[*]Articulated elbows
[*]One-handed cinch at hem and drawcord at waist
[*]Double zipper track for Solstice liner
[*]Double-snap powder skirt with gripper elastic
[*]Velcro-adjustable gusseted wrist cuffs
Weight:2lb.3oz. [/list]SHIPPING PAID BY BUYER

<h2>THE JACKET FOR SALE IS <font color=blue>
Baltic/Marine Blue</font> NOT RED</h2>


DUST AND BLACK Telluride Mountain Shell Jacket
[*]Very little wear, Like New!
[*]Superior for skiing, snowboarding, ice climbing, mountaineering, and all types of harsh weather adventure, the Telluride Mountain jacket is the perfect outdoor garment.

Fully seam taped, it's windproof, waterproof, breathable, abrasion resistant and undeniably durable. The versatile hood adjusts to allow excellent peripheral vision and is roomy enough to accommodate your helmet. Its sculpted fit forms to your body's contours while articulated sleeves provide total arm movement.

At prices like this, there's no need to deny yourself quality Jagged Edge gear!
<ul>Features include: [*]DryStorm XTH lightweight 3-layer ripstop
1000-denier Cordura. reinforcement [*]Storm flap over full-length front zipper
[*]Articulated sleeves
[*]Ventilating full-length splash guard pit zips
[*]Velcro-adjustable cuffs
[*]Shock cord hem and waist adjustments with cord locks
[*]Two large outer bellowed chest pockets
[*]Two flash pockets on chest
[*]Embroidered Journey character on upper back [/list]


The North Face Denali Jacket - Mens
[*]very little wear
[*]excellent condition[/list]
Found at expedition base camps and college campuses worldwide, The North Face Denali Jacket has become THE fleece jacket to have. If you own just one, The Denali should be it. Whether using it as an insulating mid-layer on a ski trip to Stow or strolling through the city in fall, you'll appreciate the lightweight warmth & softness of the Denali's Polartec 300 heavyweight fleece. Abrasion-resistant supplex nylon at the elbows and on the upper body blocks wind and increases water resistance. The durable & toasty Denali will be your stock jacket for many falls and springs to come.

<ul>Material: Polartec 300 (heavyweight) fleece, 300 2-ply Supplex nylon [*]Number Pockets: 2 hand, 1 breast, 1 Napoleon [*]Core Venting: No, but pit zips
[*]Hood: No
[*]Weight: 1lb 11oz
[*]Recommended Use: Jacket for moderately cold temps or as insulating layer [/list]<h2>JACKET IS BLACK/BLACK NOT BLUE/BLACK</h2>

[ October 30, 2003, 09:18 AM: Message edited by: mtnjam ]
post #2 of 5
Great informative post, but, no prices and no size for the Jagged Edge jacket. I'm not familiar with the waterproof/breathable system it uses, I rarely get cold, but I do sweat alot, what would it be comparable to breathingwise. Looks like a nice piece. Thanks.


[ September 12, 2003, 09:47 AM: Message edited by: joel ]
post #3 of 5
Thread Starter 
ooops...my bad
Thanks for replying, Joel
The Telluride Mtn Jacket is great. I wore it last year in the downpours of rain we had at Bogus Basin and I stayed dry all night. It breathes very well even without the pit zips open and you'll definitely stay warm in the wind with just a soft shell or some capilene layered.

It's a medium jacket and fits me (5'11" and 155#) great.

I am trying to sell it for $150, but I could probably be talked down a bit.

[ September 12, 2003, 01:23 PM: Message edited by: mtnjam ]
post #4 of 5
Rats, that's a great deal except I'm 6'1" and 175-180 lbs. with relatively long arms. Thanks for the info, I wish it had been meant for me. Good luck!

post #5 of 5
Thread Starter 

revised the prices, check the beginning of the post for the lower prices!!
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