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my carhart, or a newly acquired burton snow boarding jacket? carhart is heavy and some what weather proof, but can take a beating. the burton jacket is rain/wind proof and lighter, its a dark maroon, btu im not sure how it'll stand up to the road life though. both are awesome but i only want to take one and cant make up my mind. any and all suggestions would help ease my decision.
 
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i didnt even consider using the jackets as covers. i usually just throw my pack in a garbage bag. ive used both, the carhart more, and thats y i cant part with it, the other 1 is just a little too nice for my taste, but seems like itd do just fine. ive got till friday to make up my mind, and i might just take both. just figured id get some input first. gracias amigo.
 

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