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Here's a lightly worn - and by "lightly," I mean less than 20 times - Barbour International jacket that is basically as new/in perfect shape. No rips, tears, stains, smells (beyond faint odor of the wax). Only tweak is that I nicked the (gaudy IMHO) yellow "international" logo off the top right pocket but you can't even see where it was. All brass snaps, zipper, grey corduroy collar, fold over pockets…the usual bombproof Barbour goodness. It is a size 46, but these rigs...
Arc'teryx's top of the line riding shell in gray with dark gray insert panels in XL. Classic sidewinder waterproof zipper, high neck, waterproof pit zips, 2 waterproof zip pockets, plus interior pocket, snow skirt, waist cinch cords, welded velcro cuffs, see through upper left sleeve radio/pass pocket. 3L Goretex = utterly bombproof protection. NOTE: It does not have a hood - Arc went through a bunch of iterations of this jacket, some with hoods, some without, some with...
Here's a lightly worn - and by "lightly," I mean less than 20 times - Barbour International jacket that is basically as new/in perfect shape. No rips, tears, stains, smells (beyond faint odor of the wax). Only tweak is that I nicked the (gaudy IMHO) yellow "international" logo off the top right pocket but you can't even see where it was. All brass snaps, zipper, grey corduroy collar, fold over pockets…the usual bombproof Barbour goodness. It is a size 46, but these rigs...
Brand new with tags still attached, here's a classic 100% cashmere wool tie by your good friends at Emmenegildo Zegna. Neutral tan/oatmeal color in a subtle weave, wonderful hand, 56" long by 3.25" wide, pristine condition - never been knotted. This rig retails for well north of $150 - yours for $50 shipped CONUS.
I got this jacket as a gift last year and have worn it maybe 3-4 times. Pretty sweet Polartec Windblock fabric, well cut (not oversized) usual bomber Patagucci build quality and lifetime guarantee so its hard to go wrong. Sizewise, I am 6'0/ 185 with a 44 chest and 34.5 waist and can wear it solo or with a fleece underneath and it is neither baggy or binding Catch for me is that I already have an Arc'teryx AR that is pretty much the same thing but a tad more robust (e.g....
Recent Brooks loafers in brown. These are pair of AE Randolphs that Brooks rebadged and currently sells for $318 (please see link below). Classic shape in a lovely dark brown color, sole has factory installed topy, so great for wet weather, from slacks to denim they go with just about everything in your closet. Almost new...Worn about 6-8 times max. Always stored with trees and in perfect condition. Fit-wise, these are a 10.5 E in real life. I'm mentioning that...
I got this jacket as a gift last year and have worn it maybe 3-4 times. Pretty sweet Polartec Windblock fabric, well cut (not oversized) usual bomber Patagucci build quality and lifetime guarantee so its hard to go wrong. Sizewise, I am 6'0/ 185 with a 44 chest and 34.5 waist and can wear it solo or with a fleece underneath and it is neither baggy or binding Catch for me is that I already have an Arc'teryx AR that is pretty much the same thing but a tad more robust (e.g....
Gbg - Many thanks for this. I know that there will often be tweaks to certain lasts when offered in different fittings such as an E or an F and a G. The length differential may be minimal, but the extra volume in the same size (e.g. 10) shoe will add a huge amount of material in the vamp, causing creasing and folds right from the start. This is true of the 026, hence my Q. Thanks again for the insight!
Funny, but I am having anything but a good experience with their customer service. I have sent multiple email queries asking about a sizing issue with absolutely zero response so far. That said, maybe someone here has an insight on this… I am interested in purchasing a pair of Herring's Langdale boots in a G fitting, but need some advice on sizing. I am a US 10.5 or 11, depending upon the last. In C&Js, the 337, 325, 341, and 240 lasts fit well in a UK10. I also have a...
I have a couple of pairs of Loakes on the 026 and calculating the fit depends on the width fitting. In a G fit you should go down a full size; if it is an F, then just drop 1/2 a size. If you poke around the Pediwear site there is a detailed listing of all the fitting nuances of all the Loake lasts that you should find helpful.
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