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Navy sanded canvas. Live these bad boys - thick and sturdy but so comfy. Color is closer to petrol blue than true navy.

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These are Walts, btw
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Nucky Thompson Linen...




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Originally Posted by tricky View Post

Couldn't help but pick up the Schott overcoat. Will be very versatile I think.

 

Its kind of the perfect daily coat for me.  Clean cut, great length, minimalist design.   I love Schotts Olive colour.   Hopefully EP can whip up something in this awesome colour for next year. And it would look sick on the officer cut.  

 

 

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Originally Posted by steve2318 View Post

Nucky Thompson Linen...




 

@steve2318 Sharp! Glad to see that the linen is still going strong! 

 

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Originally Posted by eljlakers View Post

Navy sanded canvas. Live these bad boys - thick and sturdy but so comfy. Color is closer to petrol blue than true navy.

 

 

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crosspost from waywt

 

@eljlakers very cool - the sanded canvas is one of my favorites too

 

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Originally Posted by MSchapiro View Post
 

I made a mistake not picking up one of those Schott Pea Coats on pickle day. Really good value. 

 

@MSchapiro that thing was our best selling coat by a large degree last year. Schott really nailed it with the fit. We just got another restock and cleaned them out of size Mediums. 

 

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Originally Posted by Beatlegeuse View Post

What's the weight going to be like on the moleskin field jacket? It might actually be a decent Florida winter depending on the weight. I see so much awesome outerwear but most of the time it doesn't make any sense to buy it because it never gets cold enough to wear it.

 

@Beatlegeuse it's going to be a perfect warm-weather Winter coat. 

 

The weight on the moleskin is about 14oz. It's exactly what we use for the Rivet Chino and a bit lighter than the standard moleskin for the Walt/Driggs/Rudy Trousers. For SoCal, Florida, and the South, this is a great item for pretty much the entire Fall/Winter. Colder climates could probably wear it on its own until December or so - but it could be placed under something else and worn as a layering piece - kind of like the Doyle. And it's going to be excellent again come March. 

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Originally Posted by CanadaCal View Post

EPLA hoody. Headed to ALDS Game 5...
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Nice hoodie - is that the tiger fleece like this one?

http://epauletnewyork.com/products/tiger-fleece-full-zip-hoodie-blood
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Can't decide between the Schott Peacoat or Officer's coat.

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Originally Posted by gumercindo View Post


Nice hoodie - is that the tiger fleece like this one?

http://epauletnewyork.com/products/tiger-fleece-full-zip-hoodie-blood


no. It was an EPLA hoodie in light indigo not an RC

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@Beatlegeuse
 it's going to be a perfect warm-weather Winter coat. 

The weight on the moleskin is about 14oz. It's exactly what we use for the Rivet Chino and a bit lighter than the standard moleskin for the Walt/Driggs/Rudy Trousers. For SoCal, Florida, and the South, this is a great item for pretty much the entire Fall/Winter. Colder climates could probably wear it on its own until December or so - but it could be placed under something else and worn as a layering piece - kind of like the Doyle. And it's going to be excellent again come March. 

Awesome! I had a Doyle but ended up selling it as it was kind of a neither here nor there piece for me. Too heavy for warm days but not really warm enough (unless I had layers underneath) for colder days. And I have a heavier winter coat (Schneider merino) that sees maybe 3-4 days of wear when it's cold enough here, which is a shame. I was looking at maybe getting a Monitaly mountain parka, but that will probably be too heavy as well. Sounds like this moleskin field jacket should fit the bill.
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Originally Posted by aphelan View Post

Can't decide between the Schott Peacoat or Officer's coat.
That's easy -- Officer's Coat.
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Vittorio jacket and grey herringbone tweed Walts

 

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I had bought a pair of the Gayley & Lord military twill pants a while back, and they just ripped today. Not sure what the stressor was. Is a tailor capable of repairing a straight, 4" long horizontal rip? Are these pants done? :(

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Vittorio jacket and grey herringbone tweed Walts

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

Is that the Vittorio from last year? Nice looking. 

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Is that the Vittorio from last year? Nice looking. 


Yes, but Mike has had it a few years in a row.

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Originally Posted by aphelan View Post

Can't decide between the Schott Peacoat or Officer's coat.

I plan to wear my peacoat more casually and officer's coat more dressed up.

Soooo....both is the right choice wink.gif

Honestly, just depends on your style and wardrobe gaps.
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