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Old 02-03-2017, 04:30 PM
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I agree that DUDE items are top freakin' notch. However, when they aren't doing a big sale, $80 for a hoodie or $150 for a jacket is pretty crazy.
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Old 02-03-2017, 05:46 PM
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dudeclothing.com is having a special right now. If you signup to their mailing list you get 10% off. Free shipping if you buy the rain jacket or spend $99+. I only paid $135 and it was worth every penny because I love my rain jacket. Being able to store a disc in your pocket is a cooler feature than I expected. Like I mentioned previously I play 3 disc rounds and use the jacket as a bag. My only complaint thus far is the lady zipper throws me off. Perhaps its because it was designed on the opposite side of the world.
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Old 02-03-2017, 07:11 PM
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I'll play down into the 30's no problem with this setup

Under Armor mock neck base layer, tshirt, microweight fleece. I'll might have some sort of wind breaker like a North Face Windwall fleece jacket but that usually comes off by the 3rd hole if I even wear it. I usually just tough it out for a couple holes so I don't have to carry it the rest of the round.

Under armor cold gear running tights with some windbreaker pants over those for the lower extremities. Some Smartwool trekking socks (much thicker than hiking socks.) and standard waterproof hiking boots.
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Old 02-03-2017, 08:02 PM
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Our Ice Bowl tomorrow should have a high in the low 20's. The morning should be in the single digits. I plan on wearing thermal long-johns, lightly insulated windproof/water-resistant pants, thermal undershirt, long sleeve synthetic shirt, wool socks and my waterproof boots.

Obviously hat and gloves, but my jacket will just be a lightweight windbreaker.
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Old 02-04-2017, 09:45 PM
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Our Ice Bowl tomorrow should have a high in the low 20's. The morning should be in the single digits. I plan on wearing thermal long-johns, lightly insulated windproof/water-resistant pants, thermal undershirt, long sleeve synthetic shirt, wool socks and my waterproof boots.

Obviously hat and gloves, but my jacket will just be a lightweight windbreaker.

QTF...... A well layered person with a windbreaker beats a jacket hands down.
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I use a black diamond induction shell for a jacket. I layer under and over depending on the weather. Windproof, very water resistant. The face fabric will wet out but you'll stay dry inside. Just apply a dwr finish periodically. It's suuuuuuper soft and stretchy, no mobility limitations.you are more mobile wearing this than a hooded sweatshirt. Long arms and awesome fit for me, a taller person. Perfect 3 season shell for low mobility activities since it isn't as breathable as other softshells. Layer some merino and down underneath and you'll be toasty into single digits.

Expensive, though, at least by normal standards. Not good for a group buy, soooo....just buy one for yourself and make everyone else jealous.

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Old 02-06-2017, 04:00 PM
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I rock a Blocktech Parka from Uniqlo. Two zip pockets are large enough to comfortably carry a disc. The pockets are covered by flaps to keep the rain out. I layer with Heattech thermals from them as well.

http://www.uniqlo.com/sg/store/men/o...s-hoodies.html

https://www.uniqlo.com/us/en/men-blo...OlIaAo7_8P8HAQ
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Old 02-06-2017, 09:25 PM
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I usually wear a wicking base layer, a UA thermal, a long-sleeved tee, and a hoodie. Maybe something thin and water resistant if there's rain. That's usually good down to 10 or 20 degrees.
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Old 02-25-2017, 01:31 PM
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If anyone is looking for a good jacket with arm mobility I found an awesome 686 snowboarding pullover jacket (designed for boarders who spin in air). It even has zippers under the armpits in case you get too warm. While not the warmest its baggy enough to wear a hoodie or vest under for added warmth in rounds below 20 degrees F. I haven't noticed any difference in my driving ability wearing the jacket vs. a sweatshirt or long sleeve. Putting with frozen fingers is another story but the jacket has a nice center pocket with two slots for both hands to keep a hand warmer in. Its really piqued my interest in winter golf as skiing has become progressively less affordable with the wife having our daughter in 2015.
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Old 02-25-2017, 04:52 PM
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Patagonia fleece. Best fitting jacket on the market. If that isn't warm enough then I'm better off staying inside.
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