Winter coat/jacket thread?
Really like the ILU Fishtail Parka.
Can anyone post a fit with this jacket?
Maybe recommend some similar ones? Price doesn't matter.
Thanks. I'm guessing its just some track pants on their site?
did you cop? So close to buying right now, I bought the Alpha Nyco Parka back in February and have barely had a chance to wear it. That thing is really heavy though and bulky, hope this one is thinner and slimmer, plus dat elongated fish-tail
I own this. Materials pretty solid and the park features like the fish tail end are really great. Especially since the jacket isn't freaking huge. Also the contrast around the cuffs and color block are nice design elements you don't see to often.
Does anyone put out a good black parka for like $3-400?
I'm thinking of getting a fjallraven one
Theirs warm, but how bad do they look? Pic related
Anyone ever own an alpha industries one? They apparently have a "slim" one
I love the look of allsaints but I hear they're probably not worth $5-600
I copped this last year
140~150€ from gant
found this LEE parka for a reasonable price, is it /fa/ approved?
i really want that in navy . :)
daaammmn, have you guys seen this? its like a 2 layer parka
I would, I'm a 5"7' manlet so I copped the small, comes to about my mid thighs and is still pretty big. The sleeves are about 3-4 inches too long for me, but it has velcro on the cuffs so I can tighten them around my wrist so they stay in place, or just cuff them. It's really warm, I went out in the snow in a shirt and hooded longsleeve shirt and wore the lining with the jacket and holy shit I was sweating. Raindrops literally drip off or just stay in place on the jacket, no seeping through. One thing to keep in mind is that this is more of a fucking coat than a jacket. That's why im looking at the ILU parka, it looks slimmer and has a fishtail, the Alpha doesn't.
looks like a cheaper version of last years parka
I've got a repro 60s Storm Rider I like. Not this exact model. They're pretty warm and you won't have to pay a lot of money to get a second hand one that is already broken in.
sort of at an odds as to whether i should buy this or not
Blanket lined. Liner is wool and... I can't remember what else. Some artifical fibres.
Pretty warm, particularly if it is buttoned up.
Mine does not have hand pockets which isn't great, though I believe some storm riders to have them.
I would not want a coat over it but mostly I don't think I'd need one.
Storm Rider's "Genuine Alaskan Lining" content as follows:
50% reused wool.
Blanket lining is nice but you do get a lot of sleeve bulk, which might not be a problem in a second hand jacket.
Depends on the model.
The tor parka is by far the best.
Bayani is extremely boring.
Bart is a worse version of the Bayani parka with all those ugly grey details.
In terms of quality and construction they're all bad. But they don't cost a lot.
I don't have high hopes for this year's model seeing how it's just gotten worse every year. Not just with the parkas, but everything Cheap Monday related.
I hope your fucking kidding that will not keep you warm at all. It's a shell it's meant to keep weather out, and it's a cheap one St that. Don't buy a shell expecting winter warmth.
yeah it's a stupid silhouette too that thing is short as fuck. I could understand if it was longer and ended at the thigh/knee, but something like that just looks dumb and that profile pic accentuates it
ilu is a very lazy uninspired brand-something you would expect from new zealand
Everyone has a different taste. Something about the drastic break the parka gives from a side view is appealing to me. Diagonal lines represent chaos and uncertainty, plus it's all about how you wear it. If you throw a bag over your shoulder, its going to cause the fishtail look to disappear because of the added weight to the back. Yes, some silhouettes can look like shit, but just because you think a specific silhouette looks like shit, doesn't mean it does. That's what we call an opinion.
Looking for an affordable (>$400) fishtail parka
How's this one from topman look?
dude just fucking wear it. as long as it fits you in the shoulders and doesnt hang ridiculously low.
just because you're short doesn't mean your clothing can't be proportional
source: i am a manlet and wear what the fuck i want
I think I might cop a duffle coat next year. I don't really need a new coat this year.
I can use this all year round if I layer correctly, it is also 100% water and wind proof.
So you have the jacket in OPs picture? How tall are you? Post a fit? One anon said this jacket is gr7 quality and fits/looks nice and feels durable, then another said it feel cheap af so they sent it back.
I've looking for the same thing man
I've heard fjallraven fits boxy as hell, otherwise I'd be real into them too
I think I'm gonna see what carhartt WIP puts out for f/w
they're usually pretty decent for how affordable they are, they had a real sick parka last year too(google "carhartt clash parka")
That is so confusing to me. I buy everything to be both functional and look good enough to wear daily. I mean I have a few pairs of fjallraven pants but they are all very functional.
That's imposible. Any idiot knows that function and looks are inversely correlated. I dream of a future where everyone wears skin tight pants made of tissue paper and lined with sandpaper along with their mesh raincoat.
i'm selling a Suit sanders parka (retail ~160€)
Brand new like
For cheap,70€ + shipping
located in France
i'll take reasonable offers
can provide fitpics