Probably as many winter jackets as you have guns! But less than the number of pairs of boots I own.
I don't NEED all of them. Like anything else it is a matter or want vs need. But between the two places I live and the other places I work I need a mix. There is also dress, casual and outside work considerations.I just can’t imagine living in a climate where I’d need more than two or three jackets.
Still a niche market. I know bikers and snowmobilers who use some heated products - gloves, mitts, helmets, fewer jackets but this is because you can plug it into the machine. Higher voltage, Angus.thruth - whats the good oil on those heated jackets that you plug into a battery?
After my flying B17's over occupied Europe missions were over, I gave up those plug-in electrical coats.Still a niche market. I know bikers and snowmobilers who use some heated products - gloves, mitts, helmets, fewer jackets but this is because you can plug it into the machine. Higher voltage, Angus.
I saw a stand-alone 18 volt lithium battery rig jacket the other day at Cabelas plus a battery powered base layer.more like a flak jacket.
Once the temp drops below freezing, lithium batteries lose effectiveness. 50% drop off in battery life at room temp versus 0 C. Same way my IPhone battery sucks down in minutes.
Problem is these jackets are fugly, not constructed well and lack any practical and technical design.
Basically a windbreaker or fall jacket with a battery and a heating element.
Back in the day there were butane pocket warmers which no one really used. Zippo still makes them.
I don't put too much stock in heated garments for cold weather because if they fail, you are left with a jacket that is useless on its own.
I'd rather regulate temp with layers and venting that with something I have to worry about plugging in before I wear it.
Yeah yeah OK - but cant you pay the bloody thing
that first song on his site was pretty sweet! he's got an awesome voice and i love his guitar tone.I must say that bloke on SF = foxtooth impresses with music and style.
did you mean can i play it? ive been playing bass for less than two years but went to school for jazz and classical guitar performance. here's a short vid of my band (no keyboard/violin player tho...she was out of town and really adds a lot...im also in a trio with the mandolin player and her for smaller venues). im playing my old bass here.Yeah yeah OK - but cant you pay the bloody thing