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Those are all very tasty. Well done.
Sounds like I'll need to live with it, and you're right, I shouldn't let it get to me. Appreciate the thoughts. Don't think the issue is particular to my posture though, and nothing I do gets rid of that effect. Perhaps you're right, the fit happens to be off for me. It's just strange since no other piece of outerwear I've owned over the years, including other bomber jackets, has done this. Oh well. Great jacket otherwise.
Nope. This is how it looks no matter what I got on underneath. It's not exaggerated by my pose or camera angle. Jacket is the right size. No way I can size down and a size up would be one too big. It looks like this on, and when on the hanger. I tried to fix it, believe me.Plus, I can pinch the extra fabric. Would it be too major surgery to have a tailor cut out the excess fabric at the edges around the collar and near the zipper opening and resew it? Not sure what else to...
I tried that. Not sure how to iron out extra fabric. That's what is causing the pleat effect.
Stephan Schneider. Love the color and style, but I'm quite disappointed in the construction. I hate how there's extra fabric around the collar that it has this random folding/ vertical pleating effect rather than having a clean front. It's nothing that can be ironed out or goes away with hanging. First thing me and the girlfriend noticed. I feel it's a defect since the samples didn't look like this, and I feel a bomber should have a clean, flat front. Can this be fixed??
I removed all of the swooshes on my Nikes.
I like the pin in both the tailoring and outerwear. It's distinctive for Eidos, and I think a nice touch. My suggestion, for what's it's worth, is leave it in, and leave it up to the customer to collect them in a drawer or leave it in and wear it. Sometimes it's a good conversation starter - people have asked what the pin is about, and I don't mind telling them.
I found the sizing on these to be weird - a departure from the fit of the S/S version. In sizing up, I had similar excess in the waist, but the thighs were just slightly better. I returned them. I love the material and concept, and would have kept them if they fit anything like the S/S version. But with an overly skinny leg and excessively big waist, I couldn't make them work. I don't know why they were cut this way and different from the previous season - but I guess it...
Should have been, but 32s were still too loose for me.
Funny and great you should say this. The last time I thought about a "brand constant" in my life, it was (and is) Nike. Guess now you can add Eidos to that!
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