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The Three-in-One from Arc’Teryx Veilance

 

It really is like buying three coats for the price of one!

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Three-in-one outerwear has two separate layers to give you incredible versatility. Wear the unlined shell as raincoat in the spring and fall; wear just the liner when the temperature drops – it feels like a lightweight parka. And when the weather turns nasty, wear them both together and defy anything winter throws at you.

 

Harry Rosen carries three-in-one outerwear from a number of labels – like this one from Vancouver-based Arc’teryx Veilance. $2,300.

 

Founded by a group of B.C. mountain climbers in 1989, Arc’teryx is named after Archaeopteryx lithographica, the first reptitile to evolve feathers for flight. Innovative indeed!


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The Shell

 

Totally waterproof and windproof, the three-layer GORE-TEX Pro fabric is also breathable, for maximum comfort. Rather than flaunt its bells and whistles, this coat tucks them out of sight with hidden zippers on the hand pockets and hidden adjustment cords on the hood. Even the poppers that fasten the liner to the shell can be tucked discreetly away into their own micro-pockets.


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The Liner

 

The long-sleeved liner is a practical coat in its own right, its horizontal quilting filled with top-quality European grey goose down to provide the coziest warmth. The nylon has a slight stretch so it moves with your body.

 

 

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