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North Face Oroshi Jacket £149.00 cotswoldoutdoor

£149.00 @ Cotswold Outdoor
Love this jacket, had the one for years until i bought this one to refresh my gear. Great jacket and a bargain at £149 Read More
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Love this jacket, had the one for years until i bought this one to refresh my gear.
Great jacket and a bargain at £149
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#1
£149. Seriously? Is this £100 for the logo?
#2
Common Sense
£149. Seriously? Is this £100 for the logo?


Their jackets are pretty high quality too.
Tho yeh, it is for the logo lol.
1 Like #3
I thought only BBC reporters wore North Face.

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2008/01_04/045anorak4_468x262.jpg

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Edited By: GazmoX on Aug 16, 2016 10:03
#4
Common Sense
£149. Seriously? Is this £100 for the logo?

I don't see any manufacturers selling Gore-Tex jackets for £50, nor anything lightweight and performance orientated.

For what it is it's a good deal, it's just not a cheap as chips dog walking jacket.
#5
Gotta to agree.. there's a lot of science/tech goes into the top end outdoor wear... ;)
#6
I take my dog for a walk all year round. Will this actually keep me warm during winter? I hate the cold!
#7
ive voted hot, but the brand itself has become very chavy since they started selling it in JD Sports
#8
prash_2k
I take my dog for a walk all year round. Will this actually keep me warm during winter? I hate the cold!
Na, designed for people being more active than dog walking. Would keep you dry but you'd need more layers if you want insulation.
#9
unuspromulti

I don't see any manufacturers selling Gore-Tex jackets for £50, nor anything lightweight and performance orientated.
For what it is it's a good deal, it's just not a cheap as chips dog walking jacket.

I find a Mountain warehouse jacket that claims to be £60, but available for £20 in the never ending sales are super warm and that is all I need for the winter. Yet I wear 3 layers in the home.

Gore-tex jackets are £79 or even less at Blacks and Millets.
Sorry, I think £149 is a rip-off. It seems others vote this cold.

To walk around with a "brand" plastered in large text on clothing is "chavvy".
"Hey, I paid £150 for a jacket worth £50. I paid the extra to sponsor a multi-millionaire celebrity and the rest for the brand name and I think it makes me look cool."

Imagine walking around in a suit with "Armani" written on the front.
Quality clothes speak for themselves and do not require a large "chavvy" logo.
Why are people walking adverts? Is it their insecurity?
Surely, if you are a walking advert, they should pay you and reduce the price! ;)


Edited By: Common Sense on Aug 16, 2016 21:46
#10
Common Sense
unuspromulti

I don't see any manufacturers selling Gore-Tex jackets for £50, nor anything lightweight and performance orientated.
For what it is it's a good deal, it's just not a cheap as chips dog walking jacket.
I find a Mountain warehouse jacket that claims to be £60, but available for £20 in the never ending sales are super warm and that is all I need for the winter. Yet I wear 3 layers in the home.
Gore-tex jackets are £79 or even less at Blacks and Millets.
Sorry, I think £149 is a rip-off. It seems others vote this cold.
To walk around with a "brand" plastered in large text on clothing is "chavvy".
"Hey, I paid £150 for a jacket worth £50. I paid the extra to sponsor a multi-millionaire celebrity and the rest for the brand name and I think it makes me look cool."
Imagine walking around in a suit with "Armani" written on the front.
Quality clothes speak for themselves and do not require a large "chavvy" logo.
Why are people walking adverts? Is it their insecurity?
Surely, if you are a walking advert, they should pay you and reduce the price! ;)

They've been making jackets with the same logo placement longer than chavs have existed but whatever fits your whinge...

Those gore tex jackets you've found for £79, they don't weigh 350g and have the same features, they're not directly comparable although both are overkill for dog walking.

Also, if you know your menswear you'll know an Armani suit when you see one, I'm guessing you wouldn't.
#11
unuspromulti

Also, if you know your menswear you'll know an Armani suit when you see one, I'm guessing you wouldn't.

You know an Armani suit when you see one, but you do not know a The North Face Jacket so you need a massive logo! This says it all.

"Chavs" were known by different names and existed before North Face. The insecure think the logo gives them prestige.

Have times changed since this?
http://luterano.blogspot.co.uk/2008/05/north-face-and-sweatshop-in-el-salvador.html
#12
Common Sense
unuspromulti

Also, if you know your menswear you'll know an Armani suit when you see one, I'm guessing you wouldn't.
You know an Armani suit when you see one, but you do not know a The North Face Jacket so you need a massive logo! This says it all.
"Chavs" were known by different names and existed before North Face. The insecure think the logo gives them prestige.
Have times changed since this?http://luterano.blogspot.co.uk/2008/05/north-face-and-sweatshop-in-el-salvador.html

Major corporation outsources manufacturing to 3rd party company in developing nation, this is new or shocking to you? Please.

Insecure kids wear expensive brands to look cool and fit in with their friends, again this isn't news and doesn't say anything about the manufacturer. 10 years ago these kids wore Berghaus, before that Helly Hansen etc. They all make decent gear although I guess you've never bought any of it as you only wear sans-label Jeremy Corbyn cast-offs which is fine because you're just so secure...
#13
unuspromulti

Major corporation outsources manufacturing to 3rd party company in developing nation, this is new or shocking to you? Please.
Insecure kids wear expensive brands to look cool and fit in with their friends, again this isn't news and doesn't say anything about the manufacturer. 10 years ago these kids wore Berghaus, before that Helly Hansen etc. They all make decent gear although I guess you've never bought any of it as you only wear sans-label Jeremy Corbyn cast-offs which is fine because you're just so secure...

Major corporations outsource, but decent ones ensure decent conditions. It's called corporate responsibility.
That is the point.

I suspect you are insecure as you need to advertise to the world that you purchased a "brand".
Expensive and quality clothes are available without brands being displayed. I prefer those. Your guesses are wrong.

Being a high rate tax payer, I always voted Tory, even as a student! Yes, I hope Corbyn wins.
#14
Common Sense
unuspromulti

Major corporation outsources manufacturing to 3rd party company in developing nation, this is new or shocking to you? Please.
Insecure kids wear expensive brands to look cool and fit in with their friends, again this isn't news and doesn't say anything about the manufacturer. 10 years ago these kids wore Berghaus, before that Helly Hansen etc. They all make decent gear although I guess you've never bought any of it as you only wear sans-label Jeremy Corbyn cast-offs which is fine because you're just so secure...
Major corporations outsource, but decent ones ensure decent conditions. It's called corporate responsibility.
That is the point.
I suspect you are insecure as you need to advertise to the world that you purchased a "brand".
Expensive and quality clothes are available without brands being displayed. I prefer those. Your guesses are wrong.
Being a high rate tax payer, I always voted Tory, even as a student! Yes, I hope Corbyn wins.

Decent like who? Corporate responsibility's a necessary PR-driven box ticking exercise, you didn't make a point there.

Actually, I really have a thing against clothing with brands emblazoned across them but I don't think TNF's logos are excessive and I use my own experience to decide what I like/dislike. Do you not think that voting according to your tax status is a bit lazy? I mean, you don't have central heating and shop at Mountain Warehouse but don't make informed decisions ahead of voting? Maybe it's just ignorance.

Good luck finding a good quality gore tex jacket without any branding for £50 anyway, which is the point you've been trying to make.
#15
Are you talking about yourself? I see no reason to vote Labour, as did the majority of those who voted. I made an informed decision. Making assumptions displays your ignorance. I have heating on when I wish and do not require an overpriced Gortex jacket with a logo on. I, like many can easily afford them, but I would expect to be paid to advertise their products. When I display adverts on my websites, Google pays me, I do not pay them ;)



Edited By: Common Sense on Aug 17, 2016 18:11

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