or Connect
New Posts  All Forums:

Posts by Tenance

I think they are made for Purdey by Crockett & Jones, but i'm not sure.  I had them bookmarked from the last time this conversation happened.  Maybe another forum member has more information.  Or you could email them and ask who the maker is.  To me they look exactly like my conistons, only a different colour.
There are some boots at Purdey that look like a Coniston boot in dark brown.  http://www.purdey.com/clothing-accessories/mens-grain-leather-boot---dainite-sole-boot8.aspx
 For some brands it does.  Here's Sportscraft's pant sizing:  Pants sometimes have longer inseams for the larger sizes (like in the chart above).  The jump in inseam length usually happens between sizes 32 and 34.When pants or jeans are available in two different inseam lengths, Regular (32 inches) or Long (34 inches), the longer version is often unavailable on the smallest sizes (28, 30, sometimes 32).
 It does not seem to be legit.  You can check URLs here to see if it's an authorised seller:  http://www.barbour.com/counterfeit-education
 The wool used in the Inverallan MTO is available as "Kilcarra" wool on ebay.  But the colours have different names: 4644 Portnoo is 4644 Wine Red4742 Ballyliffen is 4742 Warm Greyetc Buying enough to make a sweater will get pretty expensive unless you can find a cheaper source.
I disagree that it's "extremely tight" or that the first pic is the only one that can be judged.  In the third pic there is clearly room around your midsection.  It might stretch out in areas where you have less room, but with a 32" waist, i doubt the midsection will stretch, or even needs to.    But if tightness is an issue in the parts visible in that first photo, maybe you could loan it for a while to a friend who has a pot belly and wider hips.
New Posts  All Forums: