Thanks, yeah I know. Personally I am happy that it's a little shorter. A lot more versatile/practical that way. Because, really, who tucks in their pants like that... Less of a scottish-highlands look.
On the other hand, when ordering, if you order it buggy lined it's very easy to take the lining out at a later date if you want to. And the construction will be such that it will still look fine on the inside. Harder and more expensive to add it in.
The fact that you think that it is relevant that Theresa is from a "3rd world country" and that this somehow devalues or lessens her opinion, or has any effect on it at all, speaks volumes about you.Piss off to another thread. And don't order any more from Luxire if you don't want to. They gave you a full refund. Sounds like you were lucky to get that.
Asked for my OH jacket to be buggy lined. I think it makes it easier to get in and out of and gives you more ease of movement in the shoulders.
That quilted is nice. They're always made so short, though.
I've had great experiences at OH so far. A very minor thing but probably the one thing I think you could improve on are your buttons. Not sure what they are made out of but to me they lack a bit of depth. If you could somehow offer a premium option that would be great.