well.. i heard, aeryx is the freestyle line from predator wear.. so i'd go with saga. regardless of the companies lineage the saga stuff is some of the coolest outerwear ive seen in a while, i like how the make it technically baggy so it will still fit while maintaining steeze
The people behind Aeryx have been making ski outerwear for a long time. How long have these Saga guys been doing it? It takes a little while to get your technical specs dialed in and making sure the fit and seams are correct. Plus Saga's suit is cool and all, but it seems so bland which is not my style. I don't touch outerwear that is made by people who don't have experience with it. Look at Siver's first year of outerwear, it was pretty bad from a performance standpoint...
Wow I never would have thought that Predator would be called a big corporation. I remember it was started by a couple of kids skiing in Maine to make mogul clothing years ago. Just cause they have been around for a long time doesnt mean they are a big company now...I would say they are a lot smaller than companies like Siver and Orage who are held by the same parent company anyways.
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unless I am bit off, you just contradicted yourself. You preceeded to mention that Saga was a bit too pricey, then stated you were thinking about getting the Carnaby ST. Well, if you got the matching pants, the Orage get up would be $30 more expensive than the Saga. Just food for though for ya, $375 is quite reasonable for matching pants and jacket at 10K.
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i like both companies lots but i just ordered a saga suit and i havent tested it cause i just got it and its like really hot and dry here now but i like how they make it fit nice but its really baggy.:)