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No for me. I wear a 42 in all TS tops, including the moto. Everything fits me great except my trucker, and I struggle with the bottom two buttons. The very bottom one is a no-go, lest I wear it up near my navel.
Ended up going with a 6 in the black rollneck. Received it today and it's soo good. Contemplating picking up the ecru as well.
I also went with my usual TS size (42).
I wonder the same thing. Amazing fit when it's open, but when zipped up my shoulders feel constricted and like they're being squeezed forward. If I put my shoulders back and my chest out, it almost feels like I'm stretching it to the limit (even though I don't think I am). But like you said, when my arms are forward, say, on my bike, it feels fine.
I'm also looking at the GRP knits, and your measurements are similar to mine. I'm 6'4", 195 lb, 41-42" chest, 26" arms, and I was trying to decide between 5 and 6, Would you advise a 5 for me as well?
If I remember correctly, the Moto jacket is nearing its ship date. Is that right?
I second this request! I'm on the fence.
Too short for me. Worn twice. Check out their site for more details (please note link is not for the same color): http://epauletnewyork.com/products/heirloom-handknit-shawl-cardigan-charcoal
I'm offloading my current shirts so I can buy more! (I no longer fit into a TS 40; also see my listing for Epaulet shirts in size large.) $60 each, $200 for all, plus $5 shipping. Up first is this blue gingham jack. Next is the triple-needle railroad Stripe utility shirt. It's missing a button (the bottom one on the placket), but TS gladly sends out replacements. Note: This is a size 42, but this shirt runs small. Definitely fits like a TS 40. Here's the famous...
Up for sale here are some of my favorite shirts, and it kills me to let them go (also see my thread for Taylor Stitch shirts in size 40). I've gained weight, and fitting into a large just isn't going to happen. $60 each, $200 for all four, $5 shipping. FIrst up is a short-sleeve chambray in lavender. Please note the stain that I haven't had luck removing. It's small, but worth noting. Second is this great flannel. It's so soft, so warm. SOLD This speckled chambray...
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