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A coat to check out

Post  Guest on Thu Mar 03, 2016 2:29 am

He is a coat that just might cut the Canadian winters. It's a little pricy but when manufacturing get up and running with a demand the price may drop. But we must remember sometime spending those couple extra dollars may just be worth it in the long run.

http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2016/03/02/smart-parka_n_9368496.html

Toronto Start-Up Launches Smart Parka, a.k.a 'World's First Complete Winter Coat'
The Huffington Post Canada  |  By Madelyn Chung
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Posted: 03/02/2016 4:40 pm EST Updated: 03/02/2016 4:59 pm EST
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Let's face it: Canadian winters suck.

Not only do we have to deal with ever-changing temperatures and random snow storms, but there's also the issue of dressing for the temperamental weather and dealing with the bulky layers that are necessary to survive the frigid cold. And let's not even talk about those days when we forget our beloved mittens or scarves...

Just over a year ago, Toronto software developer Jamil Khan grew tired of the Canadian winter struggles and decided to quit his job to create the ultimate winter jacket. Fast forward to January 2016, and he launched the "Smart Parka," which is essentially the coat that will solve all your winter problems.

north aware smart parka

Touted as the "world's first complete winter coat," the Smart Parka contains everything you would ever need in the winter — a built-in scarf and gloves, a removable lining, glove and hat storage pockets, an extendable length, detachable hood and a detachable fur. It also contains pockets for your smart phone, tablet and glasses and a tracker tag in case y

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Re: A coat to check out

Post  alpha on Thu May 05, 2016 6:44 am

It will be nice when the price drops. My current favorite Winter coat is an Army surplus Arctic coat from the WWII era. It has a rabbit fur lined hood and ties around the waist to reduce draft incursion. It's very light weight sort of like a down comforter but wow is it warm!

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