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  • Ladies Parka - Buffalo
    AquaTherm pile lining Internal waist draw cord 4 external pockets Internal pocket Available colours Slate Bark Find a stockist Tweet Zoom Product details Size chart Reviews Designed for winter comfort features PForm shell and AquaTherm pile lining Perfect for hills mountains and urban life Teclite lined hood Internal storm baffle on two way front zip 2 external Teclite lined hand warming pockets 2 external deep pockets Internal pocket Touch and close cuff adjustment tabs Elasticated waist adjuster Sizes XS S M L XL Weight 735g Ladies Parka X Small Small Medium Large X Large Approx Chest 32 34 81 86cm 34 36 86 91cm 36 38 91 96cm 38 40 96 101cm 40 42 101 107cm UK Dress Size 8 10 10 12 12 14 14 16 16 18 Inside Arm 21 21 21 21 21 53cm 53cm 53cm 53cm 53cm Front length 30 30 30 30 30 76cm 76cm 76cm 76cm 76cm Back Length 35 1 2 35 1 2 35 1 2 36 36 90cm 90cm 90cm 92cm 92cm All measurements are approximate Buffalo Systems Limited reserve the right to amend any specifications in the interests of improving our products Be the first to review this product Leave

    Original URL path: http://www.buffalosystems.co.uk/products/ladies-parka/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Lightweight Parka - Buffalo
    61 5cm 24 61 5cm 24 61 5cm 24 61 5cm 24 61 5cm Jacket Back Length 35 89cm 35 89cm 35 89cm 35 89cm 35 89cm 35 89cm 35 89cm All measurements are approximate Buffalo Systems Limited reserve the right to amend any specifications in the interests of improving our products 1 Review Tom says November 24 2015 at 7 40 pm When researching the Buffalo Lightweight Parka I really struggled to find any reviews online I hope my review is helpful to you I have an old blue Buffalo Parka with the red Buffalo logo and updated it with the Lightweight Parka which is an excellent jacket I really like the Equilibrium Pertex outer I like the textured feel and think it looks very smart The black colour is more like a very very dark grey which I really like The sleeve length is longer than on my old Parka but still not as long as my Buffalo Alpine Jacket I prefer the longer sleeve length on my size Large Alpine jacket to the size 44 Lightweight Parka I love the cosy snorkel hood on the Lightweight Parka which feels so comforting to have up in bad weather

    Original URL path: http://www.buffalosystems.co.uk/products/lightweight-parka/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Parka - Buffalo
    the weather was not realy cold 7c i was sweating with in 10 min of walking the dog can not wait to try it out when the weather is proper cold i wish the jacket would zip right up in front of my face when the hood is down the inner fleece is very warm and furry but i will see how it wears the jacket is very well made no loose threads all the reviews i have read on buffalo jackets are all good and they seem to last for ever apart from a few minner problem it looks like i will be getting lots of years of use out of this jacket great buy good price Jelly says January 19 2013 at 4 37 am Recently happened on one of these in a consignment of ex British Antarctic Survey gear I snapped it up as an extra beefy belay jacket for winter climbing First impressions were that it really was very warm and that it had stood the test of time rather well indeed it hails from the Buffalo Professional System era with the older logo The pack size was not ideal but when I eventually got to a situation where my Special Six was not warm enough on its own immobile on a ledge in a blizzard of wet snow buffeted by icy winds I instantly decided that it was a good call bringing it along even unzipped it offered an instant relief from the worst of the weather and when I finally got a moment to zip it up and open the bottom zipper to free up access to my harness I was well and truly toasty I particularly appreciated the longer length in that situation as it offered a further layer of insulation for my posterior just the ticket when you re sitting on a cold wet surface Now that aside the description really isn t over hyping things when it says it s ideal for users in inactive situations I m struggling to see if I m ever going to have call to use it other than being immobile in the very worst of conditions in normal or even abnormally cold British weather using this as an over shell is going to be almost uncomfortably warm to be doing anything that generates heat Pat says April 1 2013 at 2 21 pm I have an old BAS one too I use it extensively for work remaining stationary for extended periods of time Good points Very warm excellent hood excellent wind resistance and simple reliable design Not so good points Arms of the parka are quite short zips are fiddly with gloves on though this may have changed on newer parkas The cut is a bit basic being tight around the shoulders and the pockets could be better positioned to enable access when wearing a rucksack Adam Buffalo says April 2 2013 at 3 21 pm We have increased the length of the sleeves over

    Original URL path: http://www.buffalosystems.co.uk/products/parka/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Tecmax Jacket - Buffalo
    Jacket Two way front zip High zip up collar Two zipped pile lined outer pockets Touch and close cuff adjusters Elasticated hem adjuster Sizes S M L XL Weight 770g Tecmax Jacket Small Medium Large X Large Approx Chest 36 39 91 99cm 39 42 99 106cm 42 45 106 114cm 45 48 114 122cm Inside Arm 23 5 59 5cm 23 5 59 5cm 24 61cm 24 5 62cm Jacket Front Back Length 30 77cm 30 77cm 30 77cm 30 77cm All measurements are approximate Buffalo Systems Limited reserve the right to amend any specifications in the interests of improving our products 1 Review Tej says March 27 2014 at 11 33 am Great Jacket I had a Windcheater from early 1990 that served me well eventually I let a porter keep it on an expedition in china in 2010 20 years of use NOT BAD So replaced it with this jacket It is big enough to be worn over a suit and extremely warm in any cold weather it either stays in the car or I wear it on the hills in winter I have also worn it over a belay jacket when the temperatures have been below

    Original URL path: http://www.buffalosystems.co.uk/products/tecmax-jacket/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Cycle Shirt - Buffalo
    and around cuffs Reflective piping sewn into shoulder seams Storm baffles on side zips with internal baffle at neck Three way elasticated back pocket with zipped central compartment Quick release crotch strap Touch and close cuff adjustment tabs Touch and close hip adjusters Hand warmer pocket Rucsac hip belt can be fastened through hand warmer pocket Tape and buckle waist adjuster Eight ventilation controls on each shirt including two way side zips Sizes 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 Weight 680g Cycle Shirt 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 Inside Arm 23 5 59 5cm 23 5 59 5cm 23 5 59 5cm 23 5 59 5cm 23 5 59 5cm 23 5 59 5cm 23 5 59 5cm Neck 18 45 5cm 18 45 5cm 18 45 5cm 18 3 46 5cm 19 48 5cm 19 48 5cm 20 51cm Shirt Back Length 33 84cm 33 84cm 33 84cm 33 5 85cm 34 86 5cm 34 86 5cm 34 86 5cm Shirt Front Length 29 5 75cm 29 5 75cm 30 76cm 30 76cm 30 76cm 30 76cm 30 76cm All measurements are approximate Buffalo Systems Limited reserve the right to amend any specifications in the interests of improving our products 1 Review Patrick says April 26 2013 at 6 27 pm Being a great fan of the DP system as soon as I got a bicycle I had to get one of these shirts Although it looks unconventional the shirt is very comfortable to wear Having it fasten between the legs makes single handed operation of the side vents much easier without needing to stop A word of caution though if the shirt is too big the side zips are hard to operate with just one hand but this is not a problem if the shirt

    Original URL path: http://www.buffalosystems.co.uk/products/cycle-shirt/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Products - Buffalo
    Big Face Shirt Big Face Shirt Ladies Alpine Jacket Alpine Jacket Belay Jacket Ladies Belay Jacket Hooded Belay Jacket Windcheater Jacket Mountain Jacket Ladies Parka Lightweight Parka Parka Tecmax Jacket Cycle Shirt Special 6 Trousers HA Salopettes Salopettes Teclite Salopettes Mitts DP Hoods Expedition Hood Teclite Shirt Ladies Teclite Shirt Teclite Jacket Teclite Gilet Fell Jacket Ladies Fell Jacket Active Lite Shirt Ladies Active Lite Shirt Teclite Trousers Teclite Cycle

    Original URL path: http://www.buffalosystems.co.uk/products/?viewall=1 (2016-02-09)
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  • Products - 3/3 - Buffalo
    Cycling Police Rescue Rock climbing Running Snow sports Travel All Insulation Extreme High Low Mid All System DP System Lightweight Sleep system Travel All Windshirt Ladies Windshirt Curbar Windtop BuffaloLite Windtop Superbag 4s Outer 4S Inner Lightweight Outer Travelite Trousers little Buffalo View all Page 3 of 3 1 2 3 Still made in Sheffield Buffalo Systems Limited About About Buffalo Our story Advice How it works Care FAQs Ask

    Original URL path: http://www.buffalosystems.co.uk/products/page/3/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Greetings from Antarctica - Buffalo
    on Earth the East Antarctic Ice Sheet 14 000 000 km 2 respond to human induced global warming Will this continent sized glacier melt into the ocean raising sea level by 55 m and displacing countless millions or is it relatively invulnerable to the magnitude of climate change predicted for the coming centuries As global warming accelerates such questions are being asked with increasing urgency yet the probable future of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet remains hotly debated Some scientists argue that the ice sheet is inherently unstable and thus liable to melt while others cite evidence for it having persisted throughout previous warm periods including the Pliocene about 5 to 2 5 million years ago Still others suggest the ice sheet grows when the climate warms due to enhanced snowfall Clearly the debate is far from resolved To help tackle this problem our team of geologists from the University of Maine and Berkeley Geochronology Center both in the U S headed to the central Transantarctic Mountains during the 2015 16 Antarctic summer to begin researching the behaviour of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet during past times of global warmth If we know how Antarctica responded to previous warm periods we ll be better positioned to project its greenhouse future Our goals were to identify relict glacial landforms such as moraines that were deposited at the ice sheet margin and to collect samples in order to date these landforms We will then use these geologic data to reconstruct the presence or absence of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet during the Pliocene warm period when the Earth was last as warm as it is expected to be by the end of the 21 st Century So what do these glacial deposits look like and how do we tap the records they hold Perhaps the easiest if least glamorous way to envisage the moraines of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet is to think of bathtub rings In our case the bathtub represents the Transantarctic Mountains the water the ice sheet and the rings the moraines Instead of grimy residue however these moraines comprise boulders sand and gravel transported by the glacier and dumped along its margins As the ice sheet waxes and wanes over countless millennia the ice edge advances and retreats up and down the adjacent mountains leaving behind series of rubble ridges see photo that we can use as a geologic yardstick Relict moraine ridges of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet To determine when the moraines were deposited and thus when the ice sheet was present we use a technique called cosmogenic surface exposure dating that although a mouthful to say is relatively straightforward in principal Our planet is constantly being bombarded by a cascade of radiation from outer space cosmic rays which by the time it reaches the Earth s surface consists primarily of high energy neutrons Passing unimpeded through soft objects like humans the physical impact of these neutrons on rocks produces rare nuclides such as Beryllium 10

    Original URL path: http://www.buffalosystems.co.uk/2016/01/greetings-from-antarctica/ (2016-02-09)
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