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European Cut Jackets?

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Any suggestions on high quality weatherproof European Cut jackets?
post #2 of 13
If you mean trim in the body, then pretty much anything made by Arcteryx.
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What about european companies? Schoffel makes fantastic jackets, Eider, SOS, Halti (SRD has a sale on them at the moment along with a couple of other wonderful but little heard about in N.A. companies).
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SRD has a sale on them at the moment along with a couple of other wonderful but little heard about in N.A. companies).
SRD?
post #5 of 13
If you mean trim fit, check out Kjus.

http://www.kjus.com/web_2007/index_en.html

I just purchased one and used it the other day with 30 below wind chills. I was never cold.
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SRD=Ski Racing Development.
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Mountain Hardwear Synchro.
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Fusalp.
Tenson.
Degree7.
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Fusalp.
Tenson.
Degree7.
Mmm, I'm not thrilled with my Degré 7 pants... Well cut, poorly finished.

Eider / Kjus / Millet.
post #11 of 13
First two choices

Goldwin
Colmar

Third and fourth

Peak Performance
Helly Hansen
post #12 of 13
Cloudveil soft shells are really well made and pretty trimly cut. Maybe not true Euro-style, but trending that way.

ArcTeryx jackets definitely tend to be cut very trim. "Athletic Cut" for sure.

Mammut soft shells are genuinely Euro (zipper on the wrong side and everything). I recently bought a Mammut Laser Jacket and had to order a size larger than usual due to its Euro trim cut. Excellent piece though! Schoeller WB400 fabric. Meticulous construction.
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Vist makes great quality stuff - but it'll have a racing fit.
Just one word - don't take Bogner if its for the function - if its for style only and having people accept you as part of them in places like Ischgl - well then it might actually be the way to go.

Kjus, Mammut, Rossignol, Burton Austria, Eider, Schöller all make great clothing if you can shell out the bucks.
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