The Getup: A Blistering Thanksgiving Stay warm and look sharp while traversing the elements to a delicious turkey dinner.26 November,2014By Andrew Snavely 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. On Instagram: @andrewsnavely and @primermagazine. Casual StyleStyleThe GetupWinter Style Christian Naylor Normally this would be appropriate for Colorado, but it’s going to be 60 degrees tomorrow. Doesn’t mean I don’t still want it. Looks great, Andrew. arbitrarious Haha, yep. It was 74 today in Boulder! http://jessecoletta.com Jesse Coletta Blistering is more of a description of a really hot day. I think you mean something more along the lines of ‘Blustery.’ http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew Hey Jesse! I actually looked it up prior to publishing, and it can be used in this context, specifically when talking about wind or anything “extremely fast, forceful, or impressive” Allen Sounds like an issue of the word confusing readers because of the connotation of the word “blistering” being associated with heat and friction. The word is technically correct but is misleading in this use. Calvin I absolutely love my Thorogood boots and DSTLD jeans. Two great finds for sure. Butch_Zee Solid outfit. Never heard of Zeroxposur but that is really cheap for a puffy coat. Jordan Curious if it looks as good as in this photo. I really like it, but $30 has me skeptical of the fit and quality.