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Softie for a softie

Discussion in 'Clothing & Footwear' started by Adam_the_Flatulent, Apr 9, 2014.

  1. Adam_the_Flatulent

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    There has been quite a few posts in the last couple of years about these jackets. Search on "outdoorknitwear"


    I've had one for a couple of years and they are good (I have the RAF blue/Sand which was £19 I think) and well made.
    They are hard wearing if used sensibly, very warm, reasonably showerproof and cut on the generous side. Excellent value for the price. They are better than the Nanok jacket I had a few years back.

    Had no problems using their website, fast dispatch of goods.
     
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  3. Adam_the_Flatulent

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    Thanks peaks.
    I've ordered it, so we'll see how good it is when it arrives.
     
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    Highly recommend one I wear mine all the time, nice and warm and great when sitting around camp :)
     
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    I got some softie type jackets made in Britain for the norweigen forces.pack small and nice and warm.oh and bushy green

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