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ArcTeryx Factory Moving sale

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Went by at 2 and the lineup was frickin' huge!!!

 

I heard they have sold out of a lot of stuff already.

 

Anyways I won a new Gamma MX Hoody at the Lions Bay SAR fundraiser on Wednesday night so there's nothing more I need from the Dead Bird the_finger.gif

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. . . you mean you PAID for it smirk.gif

That A/T sale was a joke. Went by on my way home from a conference. Frickin Kitsilano yuppie goretex latte fetishizing snowshoe crowd willing to shell out $$$ on that shit rolleyes.gif

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Whatever, if you had been home today at noon you could have given me a BEER laugh.gif I was a block away fruit.gif

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today at noon i was demoing the UBC Watershed Model in a lab in Forestry rolleyes.gif

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It was Salomon that owned arcTeryx... altho Salomon is owned by Adidas.

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Adidas sold Salomon - including Arc'Teryx - to Amer Sports (Suunto, Wilson, Atomic). As far as I know, the plan is to keep doing what they're doing, just under a new corporate parent. I don't imagine the consumer will notice any difference in product design or quality, much like when Salomon-Adidas bought them a few years back. They may reorganize a little internally to fit into the larger corporate structure, but that's about it.

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