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8/3/2016 11:38 AM
 
Any updates on the Mountain Parka? Fingers crossed we'll see this garment on the products page this year.
 
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8/3/2016 5:23 PM
 
Switching to a facility in TX that is more geared up to do raincoats than the outfit producing Windcheaters is. Don't know what the time impact of that will be.

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11/11/2016 3:41 PM
 
Hope I am not being pushy, but any updates?
 
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11/11/2016 3:44 PM
 
See the post above yours.

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11/22/2016 3:29 AM
 
#parkaclockreset
 
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11/22/2016 9:49 PM
 
360joules wrote:
#parkaclockreset

 

Ya it's been a long time coming but you know with HPG it'll be bombproof when they bring it to market. 

 
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11/22/2016 10:08 PM
 

I really need to replace my ancient shell layer, but I'm going to push this one through one more South West Washington rain season because I'm curious how the Mountain Parka is going to shape up. 

If someone had told me a year ago I would be doing that, I wouldn't have believed it, as I'm not very brand loyal. But the two pieces of HPG I've bought this year have worked out so well for me I think I'll hold out to see what form the Mountain Parka takes.

 
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