Just because the temperature is pushing zero doesn’t mean you should be forced to dress like a kid in Ski Club.
» By Andrew Snavely
Andrew is the founder and editor of Primer. He's a graduate of American University and currently lives in Los Angeles. Read more about Primer on our About page.
Did not know they made flannel lined pants…is that just from Eddie Bauer?
LLB does flannel lined pants too. Still not as warm as wearing long underwear though.
I have to concur. There is some novelty to flannel lined pants, but functionally long underwear is the way to go.
Little late for the response (my apologies) but coming off the Blizzard of ’13 in CT with 30″ of snow, I wore both!
Carhartt also makes some.
JCrew makes a pair as well, but its at a JCrew pricetag
Old navy does too.
Theses are fun once in awhile but were are actual men things, When I see this it reminds me of what my wife looks at on printrest. Don’t get me wrong I love Primer but I just want to give you some thoughts.
”These are fun once in a while, but where are the actual manly things? When I see this, it reminds me of what my wife looks at on Pinterest. Don’t get me wrong; I love Primer. I just wanted to give you some feedback.”
I don’t mean to be snarky, but I had to read your comment several times to understand it. In the interest of the legibility of the Internet, I felt I had to intervene.
want, want, want.
I really like the jacket, looking to find it in Nova Scotia around Halifax but no luck, any suggestions?
I’m glad to see a couple items from Eddie Bauer in this getup. About 80 percent of my casual wardrobe is from Eddie Bauer. I feel that Eddie Bauer, year after year, has been improving their fit and style while retaining their quality. Every few weeks they move excessive amounts of product to their clearance section online and in the retail stores. I highly recommend many of their products for their value. I love stores like Jcrew for their style, but I have a hard time giving them money for twill shirts that feel like they’re going to fall apart. In a disposable society, Eddie Bauer is still standing on two feet in opposition, especially during the cold months when you need to stay warm.
I really like Eddie Bauer’s lifetime warranty. I have a lot of gear and clothing from them that I use when we go camping or trail riding. I’ve only had two or three failures over the past five or six years, but every one of them has been taken care of, no questions asked. No longer must I fear a wonky zipper or failing stitch.
I was curious about the gloves and looked them up since I was looking for gloves anyway. Ordered them and got them two days ago.
Primarilly they are made for horseman for cold weather (protection for fingers from the rein), but they also serve multi-purposely, you can wear them at leisure time e.g. riding scooter. Soon I’ll be skiing and I think they are as well warm enough for that purpose. All around perfect gloves for my needs.
For those from Europe: I ordered them from amazon.com, gloves were shipped from Arizona. Just took 5 days to get them shipped to my home in Netherlands.
Thanks Primer for the recommendation
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