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    Wondering if any of the gents have any experience with Norwegian Wool coats. Iím looking at the car coat and blazer specifically. How are they in the shoulders? Do they allow good movement? Also, how do you rate them for the weather where you live, and of course how does it work with casual to formal business attire?
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    Default Re: Norwegian Wool coats

    Quote Originally Posted by scenting prey View Post
    Wondering if any of the gents have any experience with Norwegian Wool coats. I’m looking at the car coat and blazer specifically. How are they in the shoulders? Do they allow good movement? Also, how do you rate them for the weather where you live, and of course how does it work with casual to formal business attire?
    I wasn't familiar with them, but I am now. The classic car coat looks quite nice. Bookmarking!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scenting prey View Post
    Wondering if any of the gents have any experience with Norwegian Wool coats. I’m looking at the car coat and blazer specifically. How are they in the shoulders? Do they allow good movement? Also, how do you rate them for the weather where you live, and of course how does it work with casual to formal business attire?
    I'm sure you've long since purchased or not purchased the coat from this post, but the brand caught my eye last october. When I finally went in to purchase the coat from Bloomingdales, I could tell it was made of great quality and would keep me warm but I found the silhouette to be a touch too bulky which gave the entire coat a "humdrum" appearance despite being made of great materials. I went with something more stylistically to my taste though it wasn't AS great in the cold as the Norwegian Wool would have been.
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    If you remember at all, how was the freedom of movement in the shoulder juncture? For a man’s shoulders that is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scenting prey View Post
    If you remember at all, how was the freedom of movement in the shoulder juncture? For a man’s shoulders that is.
    No more or less than any colombia, or northface jacket i've worn before. Easy enough for driving or shoveling snow i'd imagine. Probably wouldn't be playing football in it though.
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