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post #961 of 1799
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Originally Posted by edubs01 View Post
Anybody know who is stocking the Baker HB Tweed?
I am looking for ewither a small or medium with a lenient return policy.

Drinkwater's, Hejfina, Context, Odin, MAC, etc. Many US Stockists picked up the jacket. However, don't quote me on available sizes...
post #962 of 1799

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Edited by w. rabbit - 7/20/11 at 12:01pm
post #963 of 1799
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Originally Posted by w. rabbit View Post
I don't think I have seen any in this thread - does anyone have pictures of the poncho (except the ones in the lookbook)?
Stores haven't received them yet, afaik.
post #964 of 1799
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Originally Posted by rolling green View Post
the baker like Gary said fits like an unstructured suit jacket. Buy it and thank me later

+1
post #965 of 1799
This is FW08 but I'm sure somebody can help me out anyway: I just ordered a pair of Norwegian Army pants from Yoox in my true waist size (30); was this the right size to get? Also, is the inseam going to be at least 32"?
post #966 of 1799
They seem to run a size big. I'm a true 32 and I own a size 32 but they measure 34. However, there are snap buttons on the side that allow you to tighten the waist by a couple inches.
post #967 of 1799
The allmighty - this is one of the pieces I really need this fall.
post #968 of 1799
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Originally Posted by dusty View Post
This is FW08 but I'm sure somebody can help me out anyway: I just ordered a pair of Norwegian Army pants from Yoox in my true waist size (30); was this the right size to get? Also, is the inseam going to be at least 32"?

Are those still available on Yoox? If so, please send me the link. I've been dying to get a pair.
post #969 of 1799
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Originally Posted by JOA View Post
Drinkwater's, Hejfina, Context, Odin, MAC, etc. Many US Stockists picked up the jacket. However, don't quote me on available sizes...

Any idea about the European stockists for the Wool Baker Jackets?
post #970 of 1799
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Originally Posted by Porkkana View Post
Any idea about the European stockists for the Wool Baker Jackets?

Look here.
post #971 of 1799
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Originally Posted by Ry'on View Post
The allmighty - this is one of the pieces I really need this fall.
Agreed Ryan. Any idea how the Baker fits compared to the Bedford or Andover? If I'm a M in both of those jackets, presumably I'm an M in the Baker too, right?
post #972 of 1799
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Originally Posted by ToruOkada View Post
They seem to run a size big. I'm a true 32 and I own a size 32 but they measure 34. However, there are snap buttons on the side that allow you to tighten the waist by a couple inches.

The Workaday fatigue pants are sized this way as well.

How id the rest of the cut apart from the waist? Would you recommend sizing down or wearing them oversized as the great Daiki intended?
post #973 of 1799
^ The rest of the pant is proportional to the waist size so it's a pretty full cut. Definitely my most relaxed pair of pants but I kind of like them that way since its different from anything else I have. Btw, does anyone happen to know if these pants have a split-waist band? I'm not really sure how to tell this myself and am looking to take just the waist in a couple inches so I don't have to use the side buttons all the time.
post #974 of 1799
Thread Starter 
Actually, the Workaday Fatigues fit very true to size. I wear a size 34 and the medium which is a 34 fits incredibly well. If anyone is looking for these, we still have some left. we have 1/XS 30, 1/S 32, 1/L 36 $ 180.00
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Originally Posted by Lostinthesupermarket View Post
The Workaday fatigue pants are sized this way as well. How id the rest of the cut apart from the waist? Would you recommend sizing down or wearing them oversized as the great Daiki intended?
post #975 of 1799
Thread Starter 
They have a lap seam. It could be taken apart by a skilled tailor. Otherwise, you could dart them behind the rear belt loops.



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Originally Posted by ToruOkada View Post
^ The rest of the pant is proportional to the waist size so it's a pretty full cut. Definitely my most relaxed pair of pants but I kind of like them that way since its different from anything else I have.

Btw, does anyone happen to know if these pants have a split-waist band? I'm not really sure how to tell this myself and am looking to take just the waist in a couple inches so I don't have to use the side buttons all the time.
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