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I found this text and I don't seem to get what the last phrase says.
"A man with a good overcoat will want for little all winter long容xcept, perhaps, a few options when the temperature starts to vary between the fuh-fuh-fuh-freezing and the merely cold. Try layering with the likes of a tailored tweed overcoat and a lighter-weight performance vest to ensure maximum comfort across multiple climes. Wear them together or wear them apart; when negotiating a season with plenty of tricks up its sleeve, you値l be glad you have the option."
To me, as a non-native English speaker, it should have been something like: "when negotiating WITH a season with plenty of tricks up its sleeve, you値l be glad you have the option". Is this an unusual construction or am I just acting as a grammar nazi? Or maybe it actually says something different.
Generally, if you speak to someone, you negotiate "with". If you endure something, you "negotiate".