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    ^ them are coveted collection pieces
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    That's me with the goofy grin. I have been grinning since I got that Bross hoody. It's amazing. Great quality and perfect breathability. It's my go-to piece of winter wear. Freeride Systems has nailed the functional, durable ski gear. Just perfect

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiCol View Post
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    Large it is?

    Bad news from Utah. Travel may be a problem this weekend with this terrible storm hitting. I wish I hadn’t waited to get some proper layers and a jacket.

    Posted 3 hours ago
    ...WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM MIDNIGHT TONIGHT
    TO NOON MST SATURDAY...

    ...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IS CANCELLED...

    * WHAT...Heavy snow and blowing snow expected. Total snow
    accumulations of 8 to 24 inches expected. Winds gusting as high
    as 50 mph early Saturday

    * WHERE...Wasatch Mountains South of I-80 and Wasatch Mountains
    I- 80 North

  5. #30
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmills View Post
    Large it is?

    Bad news from Utah. Travel may be a problem this weekend with this terrible storm hitting. I wish I hadn’t waited to get some proper layers and a jacket.

    Posted 3 hours ago
    ...WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM MIDNIGHT TONIGHT
    TO NOON MST SATURDAY...

    ...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IS CANCELLED...

    * WHAT...Heavy snow and blowing snow expected. Total snow
    accumulations of 8 to 24 inches expected. Winds gusting as high
    as 50 mph early Saturday

    * WHERE...Wasatch Mountains South of I-80 and Wasatch Mountains
    I- 80 North
    NIce !
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  6. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by MiCol View Post
    ^ welcome, I am so glad I can do this.......funny......I had to ask permission from my own shipping department because they were scared of the consequences....lol.....they like the nice steady eddy order flow....

    They about killed me for that blue shirt deal last year 2 fer 69....man they were pissed...lol
    I wear my blues all the time...sweet deal.

  7. #32
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    ^^^ Let's see if we can do it again!!


    CODE IS LIVE:
    BF IS THE CODE





    Please compare our jacket flat measurements below to a jacket you already own and or provide these measurements below to help us confirm. Our jacket runs a size bigger than most other brands So, if you wear a Size Large Patagonia Guide Jacket, Marmot, or Arcteryx Theta, etc type jacket, you most likely will wear a size Medium with us. If you measure a jacket vs the sizes we have provided of laid flat measurements of our jacket and they match something you already own and that fits, you probably have the right size and do not need to provide any measurements unless you want to be totally be safe.





    Small
    Pit to pit underarm across front 23"
    Across back of shoulders seam to seam at widest point 19"
    Length of jacket: bottom of neck down back to bottom of jacket 26"
    Center of back to end of cuff 35"
    Hips area at bottom of jacket before cinching 21"

    Small Tall
    Pit to pit underarm across front 23"
    Across back of shoulders seam to seam at widest point 19"
    Length of jacket: bottom of neck down back to bottom of jacket 28"
    Center of back to end of cuff 35"
    Hips area at bottom of jacket before cinching 21"

    Medium
    Pit to pit underarm across front 24"
    Across back of shoulders seam to seam at widest point 20"
    Length of jacket: bottom of neck down back to bottom of jacket 28"
    Top of shoulder to end of cuff 26"
    Hips area at bottom of jacket before cinching 23"

    Medium Tall
    Pit to pit underarm across front 24"
    Across back of shoulders seam to seam at widest point 20"
    Length of jacket: bottom of neck down back to bottom of jacket 30"
    Top of shoulder to end of cuff 26"
    Hips area at bottom of jacket before cinching 23"

    Large
    Pit to pit underarm across front 25"
    Across back of shoulders seam to seam at widest point 21"
    Length of jacket: bottom of neck down back to bottom of jacket 29.5"
    Top of shoulder to end of cuff 26.5"
    Hips area at bottom of jacket before cinching 25.5"

    XL
    Pit to pit underarm across front 26"
    Across back of shoulders seam to seam at widest point 23.5"
    Length of jacket: bottom of neck down back to bottom of jacket 30.5"
    Top of shoulder to end of cuff 27.5"
    Hips area at bottom of jacket before cinching 27"

    A. Pit to Pit
    B. Bottom of jacket
    C. Top of Shoulder to cuff
    D. across back wides part of shoulders
    E. bottom of collar down back to bottom of jacket

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiCol View Post
    Cool, so, I am thinking now......maybe take some pre-order sizes.......so we dont waste the limited amount of fabric we have..... making sizes that sit around.....I will set this up.... after this sale in a new thread of its own......
    I’d be in as well for sure!
    Fear, Doubt, Disbelief, you have to let it all go. Free your mind!

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    My wife just bought my Xmas gift. Maybe I should let her know.
    Thanks FR crew!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC. View Post
    I wear my blues all the time...sweet deal.
    Same here. Mike, as always thanks for taking care of us dirtbags. 2+ lte ordered for those warmer days and skin laps, cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiCol View Post
    Cool, so, I am thinking now......maybe take some pre-order sizes.......so we dont waste the limited amount of fabric we have..... making sizes that sit around.....I will set this up.... after this sale in a new thread of its own......
    Count me in.

  12. #37
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    Quote Originally Posted by SorryBro View Post
    That's me with the goofy grin. I have been grinning since I got that Bross hoody. It's amazing. Great quality and perfect breathability. It's my go-to piece of winter wear. Freeride Systems has nailed the functional, durable ski gear. Just perfect
    bF
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  13. #38
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    Antero II Plus Mint ordered. Thanks for the hook up MiCol. Adding to the jacket quiver herd but couldn’t resist the deal.
    Uno mas

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    Great discount, thanks.

    I've been meaning to ask this before pulling the trigger, what does the hybrid part mean in 'Hybrid Softshell'? It would help do know how the hybrid softshells compare to cloudveil insulated softshells from many, many years ago and as we all know no longer available?

    I don't mean to hijack your thread, if you want to answer in another thread just say so!

    Edit to add: I read your Jacket Comparison page. This description (for an Antero II) "a hybrid softshell technical jacket with waterproof windproof breathable membrane, has slight stretch," is where I'm not sure. I think the cv insulated softshells did not have an inner membrane only insulation and DWR on an outer layer.
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  15. #40
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    mrsjmills ordered me a red Antero II on our way to Alta. Thank you for the discount and count me in for a Bross 2.0 in L.

  16. #41
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    thanks everybody! FRS is going to assume that everyone has ordered their size correct. Normally we would follow up every sale with sizing confirmation email. But I have handled some personally through pm and with our measurements posted on here and the knowledge to go a tagged size smaller (in most cases) we are going to assume everyone has the right size. If you are in question at all, pm me direct or send email to help@freeridesystems.com

    or even better, ask mags right here who have jackets.....



    Quote Originally Posted by Nobody Famous View Post
    Great discount, thanks.

    I've been meaning to ask this before pulling the trigger, what does the hybrid part mean in 'Hybrid Softshell'? It would help do know how the hybrid softshells compare to cloudveil insulated softshells from many, many years ago and as we all know no longer available?

    I don't mean to hijack your thread, if you want to answer in another thread just say so!

    Edit to add: I read your Jacket Comparison page. This description (for an Antero II) "a hybrid softshell technical jacket with waterproof windproof breathable membrane, has slight stretch," is where I'm not sure. I think the cv insulated softshells did not have an inner membrane only insulation and DWR on an outer layer.
    we say hybrid because most softshells people seem to be familiar with from other brands are either really thin fabrics that stretch alot, or thick fabrics that are like rubber suits in relation to breathability and usually have tons of 4 way stretch.

    hybrid to us means,

    3 layers or 3 ply laminate fabric
    thicker than hardshell
    noticeable stretch but not huge and in the 2x4 format vs 4x4
    it is very breathable membrane sandwhiched between the front face (greige) and the inside (micro grid poyester fleece)
    these are not separate flapping layers. This is a tight all adhered together (3 layers) that end up making a single fabric
    then we fully seam tape the jacket.

    so these qualities make it much different than other softshells

    now add our over the helmet true hoods, ykk zips you can operate with gloved hands, arcteryx style collar hood system (allow to raise and lower hood without unzipping jacket when zipped up) no elastic in cuffs so you can blow air up the sleeve into the pit (where heat gets trapped ), and of course pit zips you can operate one handed with glove on!!!!!, collar that cinches to make it gather closer to face, and more things and you have our freeride systems Antero 2 jacket Hybrid Softshell (our hardshell (Antero 2+) has exact same features but a little harder to always get hood over helmet without unzipping due to very little stretch in hardshell)

    however, with regard to very old scholler softshell cloudveil, it feels very much the same. I am not sure what membrane if any was in scholler, but i know they were not seam taped because I own an old pair of the pants in the olive green. I seam taped mine (mostly in the butt) and never noticed any water penetrating. They made a jacket too to match the pants. This might have all been under the RPK style name( not totally sure about that) ....but our jackets are like those , but on steroids due to the seam tape and water proof ness, and breathability factor.
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    I will be posting a new thread next week on a pre-build size list for the Bross 2.0
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    FS: Freeride Systems Black Friday Sale 40% off everything !

    FWIW I measured a Patagonia size L jacket I like the fit of and the Antero Medium measurements were very similar. Confident the M will fit similar if not a tad roomier which will be fine.
    Uno mas

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    Thanks MiCol, great information. Just placed an order.
    “The best argument in favour of a 90% tax rate on the rich is a five-minute chat with the average rich person.”

    - Winston Churchill, paraphrased.

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    Thanks MiCol. This is a killer deal.

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    Ordered, also interested in the Bross 2.0. Thanks!!


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    I have a Bross 1.0....it’s nice. I’d be interested in a 2.0 as well.

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    Ordered a 3 LTE, great deal!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doremite View Post
    Antero II Plus Mint ordered. Thanks for the hook up MiCol. Adding to the jacket quiver herd but couldn’t resist the deal.
    We are gonna be twinsies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkiBall View Post
    We are gonna be twinsies.
    Great minds.....
    Uno mas

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