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Eider Bright 2.0 Hiking Jacket

Absolutely fantastic waterproof jacket that can leave you done dry after being in a storm for over an hour.

Also extremely breathable which isnt common in a lot of waterproof jackets.

absolute steal at £100.

 


‘Football isn’t instant coffee. You have to work at it. You must grow the bean, grind it.’ Ian Holloway


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Originally posted by braunstoneagle

Eider Bright 2.0 Hiking Jacket

Absolutely fantastic waterproof jacket that can leave you done dry after being in a storm for over an hour.

Also extremely breathable which isnt common in a lot of waterproof jackets.

absolute steal at £100.

Where did you buy it I don't do online as they never fit so need a store?

 


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Originally posted by cantrbury eagle

The Salter omelette maker around £15 quid perfect omelette every time also does a very good fried egg

That sounds great, I'm going to get one.
I'll report back after a couple of omelettes - with chips and brown sauce naturally.

 

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Originally posted by Badger11

Where did you buy it I don't do online as they never fit so need a store?

dont know what shops stock them, cant stand going to shops. got it online from eider website. fits true to size for me, got a large 42” so i could wear a fleece under if needed.

did loads & loads of research 1st and they outperform most jackets that cost 2 or 3 times as much

 


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Originally posted by braunstoneagle

dont know what shops stock them, cant stand going to shops. got it online from eider website. fits true to size for me, got a large 42” so i could wear a fleece under if needed.

did loads & loads of research 1st and they outperform most jackets that cost 2 or 3 times as much

Thanks

 


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Well, I didn't actually buy it, Mrs POG gave me Simon Jordan's book 'Be Careful What You Wish For' as a Christmas present.

I'm reading it with great interest and would certainly recommend it to any of you Palace fans who, like me, haven't read it yet.

There's no doubt he's a cocky bloke, but his description of how he grew his mobile phone business is enlightening and how he found out how bad things were at the club when he bought it even more so. He clearly was, and probably still is, a passionate supporter. But his enthusiasm and energy failed to save him losing everything on our club.

Anyway it's a good read and jogs the old memory very well. One thing's for certain, it sure makes you appreciate what a great job Mr Parish and his chums are doing.

 


Dad and I watched games standing on the muddy slope of the Holmesdale Road end. He cheered and I rattled.

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