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Thread: Is the "Polar Vortex" Keeping folks away from Montreal

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    Question Is the "Polar Vortex" Keeping folks away from Montreal

    I wonder if Priceline, hotels and flights are offering great deals to Montreal because of the "polar vortex". Assuming flights can land, I wonder if this is a great time to visit Montreal and enjoy the hospitality and pleasure of Montreal and its lovely SP's Is the weather that extreme that folks, including lovely SP's, are staying inside and generally away from Montreal's downtown?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris9inch View Post
    It's just normal january temperature...
    It's good to know. I can handle Montreal's January weather, especially for a good cause -- lovely SP's!

    Thanks Mr. 9 Inch!

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    Is doesn't matter anyway, the SP will keep you warm!

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    The Polar Vortex we are having in NYC, is just an average January in Montreal. It's not stopping me from heading north, the lack of new talent is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thegreatwalooo View Post
    The Polar Vortex . . . not stopping me from heading north, the lack of new talent is.
    What's keeping the new talent away? Are the Montreal and Quebec economies so robust that lovely ladies make more money working regular 9 to 5 jobs? Is there a particular season when new talent is abound?

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    NYC snowfall year to date is 53.8 inches, on average Montreal totals 82.5 inches. We aren't used to this much snow, I don't know how you guys do it.

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    Now that the January colds are over it is quite nice actually,as long at is stays at minus 10C and above it is very comfortable...it's the minus 25 we had that were unbearable...Of course it does mean that the sexy look suffer, no matter who wear it a Kanuk winter coat is anything but sexy,loll,I saw a friend from warmer climate last week and when he handed me my coat as I was leaving he was like ,''wow! that's a big coat''...not pretty but warm lol ,underwear is the sexy part in winter

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    Quote Originally Posted by LilyForYou View Post
    Kanuk winter coat
    Beautiful products..top quality Lily

    I remember going to the store a couple winters ago...
    http://new.kanuk.com/contact

    I wish I could afford one

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    Quote Originally Posted by thegreatwalooo View Post
    NYC snowfall year to date is 53.8 inches, on average Montreal totals 82.5 inches. We aren't used to this much snow, I don't know how you guys do it.
    Wait Til this weekend Walooo

    I hope it clears up for my Medellin excursion...

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    not for me! ill be there next week...

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    Quote Originally Posted by smuler View Post
    I remember going to the store a couple winters ago...
    http://new.kanuk.com/contact
    Smuler there is really no reason to pay that kind of money on a down jacket. LL Bean makes a winter down jacket approved to use in temps as cold as -35 F and it only costs $125:

    http://www.llbean.com/llb/shop/80567...e-down-jacket#

    Probably as good or better than the Kanuk.

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    Since I travel by bus and walk a lot investing in a very good coat is a necessity...just lack pizazz ...for that I have to wait for summer and my favorite attire:dresses and sandals loll...feels like it will never come back
    Sorry EB,cannot compare...I've tried a lot of brands,nothing compare to Kanuk unless you go for ski jacket but me I want a city coat,not look like I am about to ski jump
    Last edited by Lily from Montreal; 02-05-2014 at 02:50 PM.

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    landing in Mtl is not so much the problem

    it's taking off from Chicago, NY, etc. (for those that are flying in)

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    I don't even know what brand my coat is, but i have one that is just so amazing... ITS HUGE and weigh a lot, but i can go outside at -35 celcius and not even feel the cold at all if my legs are well covered and i put my face mask(ma cagoule de ski-doo lol)

    When it aint too cold, i use my old point zero... have this coat since like hight school
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    The whole continent is covered in cold. It is not just Canada or Montreal.

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