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post #1861 of 4526
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Originally Posted by emptym View Post

OK, I got my M crewneck yesterday and wore it today, so after a day's wearing (which may have stretched it out a bit, but if so, that would be more realistic):
Chest: 43" right at the armpits,
Back length: 27.75"
Shoulders: 17"
Arm length: 25" (top of the arm) 18.5 (bottom of arm)
Armspan: 65"
I'm usually a 39 coat, between R and L and it fits me pretty much perfectly. It's trim but not tight. If I wanted to fold the sleeve cuffs, the arms'd be an inch short. But for this sweater, I like them flat. The weight is nice, I'd say just a bit lighter than mid-weight. Not a very dense weave, but dense enough. I found it very comfortable during all-day wear w/ just a t-shirt underneath. I'd be tempted to get them in multiple colors. I got the pearl gray and it's really nice, not quite as light as on my monitor, which I like.

thank you sir, just what i was looking for. smile.gif
post #1862 of 4526
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Originally Posted by emptym View Post

OK, I got my M crewneck yesterday and wore it today, so after a day's wearing (which may have stretched it out a bit, but if so, that would be more realistic):
Chest: 43" right at the armpits ....

I got a L v-neck, and it measures a larger-than-expected 48" p2p.
Edited by sm31 - 1/17/12 at 11:22am
post #1863 of 4526
^That is a little bigger of a difference than I'd expect. Although, I just remeasured mine and it's stretched a little more in width. It's just over 44 inches now. I've worn it another couple times since the first time and with a collared shirt underneath those times. They may shrink a little with washing. Of course, that tends to happen in length more than width, and I really hope mine doesn't shrink in length.
post #1864 of 4526
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Originally Posted by Axelman 17 View Post

Are the navy or burgundy chestnut umbrellas being restocked anytime soon?

Yes. I was in Italy last week*and put through an order then. We should have them in a month or so, along with restocks on the whangee.
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Originally Posted by sm31 View Post

I got a L v-neck, and it measures a larger-than-expected 48" p2p.

The chest measurement for the L is 47". This is one of those reasons I think knitwear is problematic. It's very easy to be off by an inch, and an inch can make a big difference.



*Fall 2012 is going to be spectacular.
post #1865 of 4526
Will there be any suits or blazers in size 44 (eu) this summer or fall?
post #1866 of 4526
Any word on selling more tie bars? Still craving that hammered look tie bar. musicboohoo[1].gif
post #1867 of 4526

Just got a Lambswool crew neck in S.  Here's the measurements:

 

Chest (P2P): 41"

Back Length: 26.25"

Arm (Top): 23"
Arm (Bottom): 18"
 

I'm 5'10, usually wear a 38R.   The sweater fits perfect with a T-shirt underneath.   With a dress shirt, it fits a little snug, but in a good way.  

 

As much as I like the sweater, the super 120s flannel pants I got were simply on a different level. Superb quality.  Can't wait to get it back from my tailor. 

post #1868 of 4526
When can we expect S/S '12 to be available?
post #1869 of 4526
We're buried under it right now. Some pieces will be live soon, like classic summer weight wool pants, umbrella restock, summer belts, some ties and shoes, including these:

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The rest is still to come.
post #1870 of 4526
Excellent. Looking forward to the new pants. Will you be using the VBC fabrics again and/or doing anything in a Fresco wool?
post #1871 of 4526
What would you recommend in the sweaters for a 38L. An s or medium? Would the small be too short?
post #1872 of 4526
Can anyone that has both the VBC 100s Winter Flannel and the Class Flannel give a comparison of the two?
post #1873 of 4526
Anyone have a phone number to get in touch with Howard Yount?
I've been trying to get in touch about an order I made six weeks ago for the last 10 days via email and PM's on the forum but have had no reply.
post #1874 of 4526
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Originally Posted by Tony Romo View Post

What would you recommend in the sweaters for a 38L. An s or medium? Would the small be too short?

I'm a 40L and the M fit snug but the arms were much too short. If I were you and you don't need it to fit too slim, I'd go L
post #1875 of 4526
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Originally Posted by jonnyt View Post

I'm a 40L and the M fit snug but the arms were much too short. If I were you and you don't need it to fit too slim, I'd go L

I'm a 40-slim 42L and the M is perfect length and sleeve length. Also, the chest is perfect for going over a dress shirt, OCBD, etc.
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