I have washed my olive ripstop Ghurka shorts twice in cold water, machine wash, at least twice since purchasing. No issues whatsoever. Colour is still the same and fabric still quite firm. No sign of any discolouration.
I kopped the blue Dungaree cloth on the 19th Century BD. It's a thick fabric for a spring/summer shirt. Definitely more substantial than Chambray. I would compare to a soft/smooth denim fabric basically. Will be interesting to see how the colour (a purplish blue) will change after washing.EG used this fabric on the Bedford Jacket, Fatigue Pants and Work Shirt.Not sure how the Dungaree fabric compares in the various colours used (olive and beige), maybe others can comment?
Great fits there @mbaum!
Tell me, did you size your Mil Shirt as with all other shirting from EG? I thought this was more of a shirt/jacket piece, and most fit pics I've seen from JP stores are quite baggy/loose and unflattering.
I haven't tried this seasons Fatigue Shorts (as I have quite a few from the last few years now), and instead went with Ghurka shorts in olive ripstop and quite happy with them. They fit more generous around the thigh area with a slightly wider leg opening, and also approx 1 inch shorter in length. Colour is nice and dark too which holds well after a wash or three.I have SS14 Ghurka shorts, which are definitely less generous and cut longer as well (allows for rolling up...
Superdenim have dropped their latest EG delivery.
Really wanted the Fatigue Shorts in Olive Ripstop, but they appeared to have sold out in record timing! Anyone else stock these this season? I know a few retailers stocked the Ghurka shorts in same colour/fabric.
I'm normally a size Medium on jackets, and keen to confirm dimensions and any comments around fit and fabric would be appreciated."Thermal Knit" sounds like a relatively warm fabric for spring/summer, safe to assume this is designed for cool spring evenings?