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post #166 of 4056
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Originally Posted by tonio028 View Post
Disagree with this as this is all dependant upon body type. That's the only thing that would explain being a Boo L and a Gitman small since I'm a BoO small and a Gitman small and they both fit slim. There's no way I could fit an XS or XXS if it even existed in Gitman. I posted side by side comparisons in a recent purchases thread about a month back. The hem on the BoO; however, is definately cleaner and has less hip flare than the Gitman, but then again there's no doubt the Gitman is design for tucking but still work for going untucked.

i'm a small in BoO and a small in gitman. gitman fits a bit bigger, but smaller in teh neck.
post #167 of 4056
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Originally Posted by Jpreme87 View Post


im looking for this one!

can anyone do a pick up? pm please!

i got this shirt from context a few days ago. love it.
post #168 of 4056
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Originally Posted by BBSLM View Post
i got this shirt from context a few days ago. love it.

Have it also, wear it all the time. Great shirt.
post #169 of 4056
I need that shirt!!!
post #170 of 4056
Can they change thier collar size please? 15.5 on the medium is retarded, I need atleast a 16.5 or 17. Suppose MTM Is the only way for me.
post #171 of 4056
collar size is just fine for my skinny neck, while the BoO have a great fit I find their collars a tad too big
post #172 of 4056
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Originally Posted by Jpreme87 View Post
sorry to bug, timpo


this one ?


do any online retailers have this in a medium?
post #173 of 4056
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Originally Posted by Razele View Post
Can they change thier collar size please?

15.5 on the medium is retarded, I need atleast a 16.5 or 17.

Suppose MTM Is the only way for me.

Isn't that the standard neck size on mediums? I don't feel like my neck is particular slender and anything more than a 15.5 neck swims on me.
post #174 of 4056
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Originally Posted by BBSLM View Post
do any online retailers have this in a medium?

context just had that a few days ago!

I think someone bought it!


call em' up to make sure!
post #175 of 4056
Gitman just updated their website with some samples of the fall collection and an updated stockist list. Not every shop is on there, but you can get a better idea at least. I love the home page image myself. http://www.gitmanvintage.com
post #176 of 4056
Thread Starter 
The F/W shirts seem a lot quirkier than S/S which I thought were pretty conventional patterns and designs. I'm not too familiar with Gitman before this past season so is this pretty much in line with how their previous F/W collections have been?
post #177 of 4056
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Originally Posted by Jpreme87 View Post
context just had that a few days ago!

I think someone bought it!


call em' up to make sure!

thanks, ill find out.

i did email them about this shirt, and they are sold out and will not be re-stocking it. does anyone know where i can find this in a medium?

post #178 of 4056
^ i did email them about this shirt, and they are sold out and will not be re-stocking it. does anyone know where i can find this in a medium? Call up Blackbird Ballard!
post #179 of 4056
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Originally Posted by ToruOkada View Post
The F/W shirts seem a lot quirkier than S/S which I thought were pretty conventional patterns and designs. I'm not too familiar with Gitman before this past season so is this pretty much in line with how their previous F/W collections have been?

They've only been around for one season. Patterns are pulled from their archives, iirc, so it's stuff they've made in the past (30+ years ago)
post #180 of 4056
Thread Starter 
So they've been making shirts for 30 years but they only recently began making shirts under their own label?
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