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Gilets - Yes or No?

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Feb 2017
2:16pm, 16 Feb 2017
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tonyp2604
Yes - got one (bright yellow). I only tend to wear under specific conditions - when raining and it is a bit nippy. I do have a long sleeved rain jacket for running but this tends to be if it's wet and really cold. I also have a black, woolly gilet but that is just for the garden.
Feb 2017
2:21pm, 16 Feb 2017
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Atonal Miserabilist (AFKA TRO)
'' but did a mighty fine job destroying Aston Villa, only shame was that he wasn;t given long enough to do the same at Spurs''
Feb 2017
2:33pm, 16 Feb 2017
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Wriggling Snake
oh I forgot "utility midfield footballer of little quality"
Feb 2017
2:34pm, 16 Feb 2017
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Wriggling Snake
and "berk"
Feb 2017
2:35pm, 16 Feb 2017
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Nicholls595
Premiership winner
3 England caps
50 career goals
Gilet wearer
Cock
Feb 2017
2:52pm, 16 Feb 2017
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Derby Tup
I have a Concurve Windstopper gilet. I quite like it over a Helly in say spring and autumn. However, sometimes I wonder why I bother because I can end up with warm body, cold arms syndrome :-(
Feb 2017
4:21pm, 16 Feb 2017
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NDWDave
esquire.co.uk YES
Mar 2017
9:16pm, 13 Mar 2017
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NDWDave
My Famous gilet

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