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Originally Posted by JugglEvan View Post

Any idea about restocks of size 32 classic flannel in medium grey?

It's possible, but not certain. I need to have enough need for another run.
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Originally Posted by easy_golfing View Post

would four season super 100's be okay for california winters?

It really depends on the climate and the customer. LA, of course. SF, it could be a little light, at least for me--I prefer a heavier weight in general.
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Originally Posted by Frankie22 View Post

So this is the small?

Does anyone have measurements for a large and medium?

Weird there are no charts on the site.

I should probably add them, but I generally find measurements for knitwear really problematic. I wear the small, but reading the chart I might think it was too big for me.


Ahem... A new shade of VBC Winter Flannel.

pants_2012_fall_vbc100s_brightblue_2.jpg
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Originally Posted by chorse123 View Post


It's possible, but not certain. I need to have enough need for another run.
It really depends on the climate and the customer. LA, of course. SF, it could be a little light, at least for me--I prefer a heavier weight in general.
I should probably add them, but I generally find measurements for knitwear really problematic. I wear the small, but reading the chart I might think it was too big for me.
Ahem... A new shade of VBC Winter Flannel.
pants_2012_fall_vbc100s_brightblue_2.jpg

Very nice.

I am about to purchase a sweater but I can't decide on the size.

-About a 43' chest

-34' shirt sleeve 

large?

post #2584 of 4756
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Originally Posted by Frankie22 View Post

Very nice.
I am about to purchase a sweater but I can't decide on the size.
-About a 43' chest
-34' shirt sleeve 
large?

Sounds right to me. What size jacket do you usually wear? I think the large would fit well and be nicely trim.
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Originally Posted by chorse123 View Post


Sounds right to me. What size jacket do you usually wear? I think the large would fit well and be nicely trim.

40R (Sammy)

Italian stuff 42R

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Pulling the trigger on some VBC s100s winter flannels today. Can't wait 'til they arrive.

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Originally Posted by JugglEvan View Post

Pulling the trigger on some VBC s100s winter flannels today. Can't wait 'til they arrive.

you will be very pleased.
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Originally Posted by Frankie22 View Post

40R (Sammy)
Italian stuff 42R

I fit similarly and take a size M. I'm a 42" chest (42L BB Fitz, Milano, etc trim fits; 40L BB Madison, etc Full cut fits)
post #2589 of 4756
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Originally Posted by unclesam099 View Post


I fit similarly and take a size M. I'm a 42" chest (42L BB Fitz, Milano, etc trim fits; 40L BB Madison, etc Full cut fits)

Thank you sir. Order placed.

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Any plans to make sweaters in XS? I've handled one of your cardigans, and it's really lovely! But I have a 36" chest and 28" waist, so even the S fits more loosely than I prefer.
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Originally Posted by mymil View Post

Any plans to make sweaters in XS? I've handled one of your cardigans, and it's really lovely! But I have a 36" chest and 28" waist, so even the S fits more loosely than I prefer.

Yes. I ordered all of them in XS, but there have been some production delays.
post #2592 of 4756

Need some advice on the double monks.

10.25 x 4' , usually wear a 8.5 UK (Meermin Hiro & K Wang).  American, usually 9-9.5.

How are your lasts?

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Originally Posted by chorse123 View Post

I should probably add them, but I generally find measurements for knitwear really problematic. I wear the small, but reading the chart I might think it was too big for me.

Please put up some sweater measurements, particularly chest (pit to pit) and length - they would be extremely helpful, and judging by the number of posts on the subject, others think so too.

Cheers,
Harry
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Any restocks of the navy blazers soon? Need a basic blue and debating between an HY and a Borelli off of eBay.
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Soooo...about those brown Donegal pants....any chances for a restock this season? Those baby cords may be calling to me, but my heart lives in the north of Ireland...
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