hoodcoat for sureI've been considering the enfin leve fishtail myselflike the design on this and details look nice, but wish they were stocked anywhere in the US to check out fit/construction in person
got a pair of one-wash rrl low straights in black and the fit is much more slim and rigid than I remember (and expected)--my washed rrl low straights in the same size have worn in nicely and are now even a bit baggy.
anyone with experience with the one-wash stuff -- is it reasonable to expect a fit similar to the washed low straights from the one-wash low straights after a bit of wear?
it's like with any brand...RG tops out at 52, and it's riskier for vendors to buy at the tails, so you'll end up seeing fewer of the absolute largest size, regardless of the actual size.better question is why he doesn't make anything larger than 52 though. giant tease seeing a host of great stuff each season and knowing I won't be able to wear any of it
I've been looking for a basic 3/4 length lightly/non-insulated black fishtail parka with minimal extraneous detailing for the better part of a year with no luck.
considering settling on the arc'teryx parsec, which would be functionally similar, but not as cool. yay/nay:
can't miss either way, rock coat is great. the plain navy is a little bland--NMWA navy basketweave added a little more interest.2nd looks awesome, but I'd be a little wary of it being an artifact of notre shop's lighting. all of their schneider shit has a sort of luminescence to it--one of the pieces I actually own, doesn't actually look like it does on their site. might be worth checking out in person