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post #91 of 4112
I agree with most of your points. I think if I rolled the sleeves up more, like they do in the fit pics it would solve that problem. And yea it could be taken in a tad as well. Its the right size, it just doesnt fit my body perfectly without tailoring really.
post #92 of 4112
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Originally Posted by adamha21 View Post
I think the fit looks 100% fine. What do you think is off about it? Super slim shirts aren't always the answer.

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Originally Posted by jaydc7 View Post
I agree with most of your points. I think if I rolled the sleeves up more, like they do in the fit pics it would solve that problem. And yea it could be taken in a tad as well. Its the right size, it just doesnt fit my body perfectly without tailoring really.

Yah the shoulders fit real well I just think it needs the adjustments you mentioned..

Overall, real cool shirt. I hope they get a restock soon.
post #93 of 4112
Anyone get the purple one? Interested in seeing how the color actually looks.
post #94 of 4112
if im a steven alan reverse seam medium should i go with the medium in gitman?
post #95 of 4112
Looks like Context got a (very) small restock on a couple sizes.
post #96 of 4112
New shipment from Roden Gray...finally made the middle madras shirt in a l/s. KOP soon
post #97 of 4112
I'm back to wanting the purple L/S number. I guess those photos elsewhere were just really BRIGHT.
post #98 of 4112
Got my L/S gitman in a couple days ago. For reference, I'm 6 foot, about 180 lbs.

This is a size medium and seems to fit pretty well; however, I was thinking about returning it and getting a size large since the medium is a little too snug in the chest for my liking and maybe a tad too short in the sleeves. Any opinions?

Sorry for the wrinkles.


post #99 of 4112
Exchange it for the large size.
post #100 of 4112
LOL, fits like a band of outsiders shirt,...
post #101 of 4112
Something else isn't working there. I don't know if it's the pants or maybe you should try rolling up the sleeves. The whole look doesn't fit you IMO. Edit- It's the pants. I love that shirt, but those pants bring out the dullness in it. Edit again- Scroll up and look at the same shirt but with jeans bringing out the blue. Looks way better.
post #102 of 4112
Yeah, I wouldn't necessarily wear this shirt with khakis I just had a pair on when I took these pics. I was mostly looking for comments regarding the fit of the shirt. Thanks for the input. It seems like I'm gonna have to exchange it for a large...
post #103 of 4112
Don't exchange it. You're looking for only a fraction of the extra chest room that the next size up would actually give you. Plus the shirt fits well everywhere else.
post #104 of 4112
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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post
Don't exchange it. You're looking for only a fraction of the extra chest room that the next size up would actually give you. Plus the shirt fits well everywhere else.
Keeping the medium isn't an option IMO. It might be a better overall fit than the large, but it's still too constricting and at that price you want it to fit perfectly. Either get the large and have it tailored, or return it and look for something cut better for you. You're not a BoO model. You're a big guy and you don't need slim fitting clothes.
post #105 of 4112
^ +1 I think a large would fit better.
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