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Originally Posted by MacktasticGDogg View Post

Received the NE wheat donegal overshirt today. I sized down to M from my usual EP shirt size of L, and I think the fit is fine. The shoulders are probably a tad wide, but I guess that's fine for this type of outerwear. Should be a good layering piece in the winter.

Wearing it over the full EP kit today: Gitman EFF shirt, western print CXL belt, speckled duck canvas Rivets.


 

Just got mine too.  Kicks Ass.  Went with my normal XL size and fit is perfect for an overshirt. 

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I feel like I've read that there might be some Alden Tankers from EP coming down the pipeline. Wondering if anyone has details regarding the leather?

(Specifically I'm looking for a natural CXL boot &, before ordering the standard Indys, was curious to see what the EP offerings might be. Thanks in advance!)

@epaulet
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Originally Posted by Don L View Post

Just got mine too.  Kicks Ass.  Went with my normal XL size and fit is perfect for an overshirt. 

Should have known... smile.gif
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Originally Posted by AloysiusSF View Post

Are the Chelsea Boots only being offered at the Trunk Show, and only with the crepe sole?

Yes, only on the crepe sole.

No to only at the truck show. Will be an online order a subtle as well
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Thanks, rydenfan!  Did Mike or anyone provide fit guidance on these yet?  Looking forward to hearing more about the Chelsea Boots...

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Yes. Same as sneakers which is TTS. I'm an 8 in Alden Barrie abd 8.5 in the sneakers
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Epaulet - any reason why you don't use Ecru soles? I love the Ecru color so much more than the gum soles.

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Should have known... smile.gif

Sniped it  :happy:

 


Edited by Don L - 11/5/15 at 1:51pm
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@rydenfan

Re: the fit of the Chelsea:

I am a true 10D on the Brannock and wear 9D in the Barrie last (perfect fit). Go with a 9.5 or 10D?

Also, any fit info. on the combat boot?
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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

Yes. Same as sneakers which is TTS. I'm an 8 in Alden Barrie abd 8.5 in the sneakers

 

Thanks, and totally missed that - awesome to hear, and much appreciated.  

 

(And I'm also an 8 Barrie, 8.5 in the EPLA Trainer, for anyone looking for sizing data points.)

 

Question for Mike (or anyone else who has tried the boot on) -- the EPLA Trainer at 8.5 is a pretty snug fit for me - would you recommend sizing up on the Chelsea boot to a 9? 


Edited by AloysiusSF - 11/5/15 at 2:03pm
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Originally Posted by gumercindo View Post


I'm in the minority here, I suppose. I am occasionally a sneaker guy on weekends (jacks, etc.) but I can't bring myself to get these trainers. I see the appeal but I just don't see myself wearing them, especially with shorts. But, if you're going to pin me down on one pair/look, I dig the darkish trainers a few posts before mine.

My $0.02.

 

The navy ones would look dope with shorts I think. I have the monochrome black and white (glamour shot below). I ordered the black ones first and they looked utterly ridiculous with shorts. I regretted the purchase for a while until I was able to break them out with some fall outfits, now I love them. The white ones are much easier to pair and have a classic feel, but I also developed a certain agita wearing pristine white shoes as well. I brought them on a trip to SF and lamented over every scuff. It's kinda nice having a seasonal rotation, I've put the white in the dust bags for the fall, and I feel like those two shoes alone can cover a lot of ground.

 

The new graphite are absolutely ridic, but have a very similar looking pair by another brand, I would love to cop tons of colors but I only get to wear sneakers max two days a week, so it's tough for me to rationalize building up an extensive rotation like I would with other leather shoes. I will say that the $195 price point of the mono trainers was definitely a huge "psychological edge" for me over the mid-$200 models.

 

I like seeing fits of the browner shade trainers in this thread, which I think would be much more difficult for me to integrate into my wardrobe. My casual pants game just isn't strong enough.

 

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These ring-ring jeans are fantastic; don't sleep on them if they still have your size. I love the Wilshire cut too. Decent room in the thighs but a reasonably slim leg opening,
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Welp, looks like I'm out of luck on the HH sport trainers. If anyone needs a size 13, hit me up.

@epaulet I think I already know the answer, but is there any way to special order anything bigger than a size 13 on the sport trainers? These are too tight and I probably need a 13.5 or maybe even a 14.
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Let's do this #EPHH



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Damn, come on USPS.
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