Jan 16, 2002 11:35 AM
|anybody know where i could find the giordana arctic jacket? went on closeout at coloradocyclist but alas it is now completely closed out.
if anybody knows where i could get one, id really appreciate the help (its f@#$in' cold in Bellingham)
and on that note, what cold weather jacket do you use and why?
|Here's a possible equivalent...||PdxMark|
Jan 16, 2002 11:47 AM
|Assos Prosline Roubaix Airblock Jacket
(it feels great)
www.gearlink.com has a great price
|Bad luck w/ Assos||morrison|
Jan 16, 2002 12:17 PM
|Despite the fact I live in sunny San Diego, I bought some cold weather gear from Assos last months in anticipation of a mountain ride over the Xmas holiday. The zipper on the jacket separated from the shell on the first day out, the sleeve portion of the full finger gloves ripped on the right hand on the second day, and on the left two days later. I sent the stuff back, and I still haven't heard anything.|
|I've found one site for your Giordana jacket...||Cima Coppi|
Jan 16, 2002 1:05 PM
|I've found one site for your Giordana jacket...||collinsc|
Jan 16, 2002 3:02 PM
|thanks, I saw that too, tried to send the guy an email.
we'll see how that goes.
|What size do you wear?||Spokeman|
Jan 16, 2002 3:12 PM
|I have a brand new Giordana Yukon sz large, red/black I purchased a bit more than a month ago that I'll sell you for $90.00. It's pretty comparable to the model you are interested in.
I was on a trip to Chicago, saw it and bought it. I live in California and have yet experience a day cold enough here to use it. I always wondered why the shops out here never carried it. It's just too warm for the bay area. I would hate to actually NEED a jacket this warm to ride in. :)
Let me know.
|Ive got one for you!||David Ho|
Jan 16, 2002 7:08 PM
|Ive got one that I ll sell you for $70 bucks(neg).e mail me email@example.com
It is an XL maybe worn 10 times.I am in Atlanta.
Jan 16, 2002 9:16 PM
|I would really love to take that off your hands, but I'm barely a large (looking for a medium).
Thanks for trying though! I appreciate it.