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post #196 of 222
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I should have said I want the jacket to be well tailored, rather than "not bulky". What I mean is, a down jacket for example is bulky, but can still be well tailored. That's what I was thinking when I said the N2 and Anorak.

So you think the N2 and/or Anorak will make for a decent winter jacket? Is the lining on either of those removable? Also what is the lining for the Anorak? It looks like it's not lined with anything from pictures, but the fur trim makes me think it's got something in there to keep you warm.

Also what do you mean by field jacket? Do you mean the M65?

I was also considering Krane's Elliot Anorak, if anyone has an opinion on that, but I just don't think it's going to be warm enough.

Krane's Elliot Anorak definitely is not fit to be a winter jacket. Its a great waxed raincoat--but definitely spring or summer. Its not lined in anything but chambray.
post #197 of 222
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hey onion. ive tried on almost all pieces of F/W 2009 Ndg. i wanna help, but i dunno wut exactly u want. sorry... EDIT: major typos...
post #198 of 222
Has anyone try on their wool blazer this season? Is the cut short and slim? thanks.
post #199 of 222
There is a guy on B+S who has one for sale. That pocket on the top right hand side looks retarded.
post #200 of 222
i just checked that one out. Not really into that type of blazer. I'm interested in this one. If it's cuts short, i may get it. http://4m.scene7.com/is/image/4m/ndg...utton%20Blazer
post #201 of 222
Wow that NDG field coat looks great, although I wonder if it'll be warm enough for the weather in Vancouver. We got some a lot more snow last year than usual and the weather drops down low at times. I checked out some NDGxW+H collab stuff (hoodies and cardigans) at Roden Gray, the hoodies especially look top notch. It's a heavy cotton hoodie that's very thick and stitched together great. The shawl cardigans look phenomenal as well but they are quite expensive, leaving a big dent in my wallet. Anyway, the NDGxW+H stuff is a for sure check out and cop, especially if you're in need of a warm winter hoodie.
post #202 of 222
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Originally Posted by mellowfellow View Post
Has anyone try on their wool blazer this season? Is the cut short and slim? thanks.

yes it's slim, but it's not cut that short...

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Wow that NDG field coat looks great, although I wonder if it'll be warm enough for the weather in Vancouver. We got some a lot more snow last year than usual and the weather drops down low at times. I checked out some NDGxW+H collab stuff (hoodies and cardigans) at Roden Gray, the hoodies especially look top notch. It's a heavy cotton hoodie that's very thick and stitched together great. The shawl cardigans look phenomenal as well but they are quite expensive, leaving a big dent in my wallet. Anyway, the NDGxW+H stuff is a for sure check out and cop, especially if you're in need of a warm winter hoodie.

the wool great coat is thin actually.
post #203 of 222
Any firsthand experiences with this jacket?



I'm thinking about getting this as my jacket for the fall months...
post #204 of 222
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Any firsthand experiences with this jacket?



I'm thinking about getting this as my jacket for the fall months...

I don't know much but be careful to look around at some other shots on other sites. I thought it looked great in that one picture but when I found some other fit pics on retailer sites I thought it was really bland.
post #205 of 222
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I don't know much but be careful to look around at some other shots on other sites. I thought it looked great in that one picture but when I found some other fit pics on retailer sites I thought it was really bland.

the jacket is uncomfortable. the outer fabric feels like sand paper. me no likey~! all other pieces in the collection are great.

can someone back me up on this? anyone bought the khaki parka and likes it?
post #206 of 222
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FW09 field jacket...
post #207 of 222
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FW09 field jacket...
That is a great jacket! I want. Mind sharing how much that set you back? How heavy is the lining?
post #208 of 222
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That is a great jacket! I want. Mind sharing how much that set you back? How heavy is the lining?

Just got back from NdG store in NYC.. and now I have. FYI, I'm a 38R, medium fits me perfect. Jacket has very slim cut, high arm holes and a thinish lining. $660, a bit pricey.
post #209 of 222
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Just got back from NdG store in NYC.. and now I have. FYI, I'm a 38R, medium fits me perfect. Jacket has very slim cut, high arm holes and a thinish lining. $660, a bit pricey.

its awesome isnt it...
post #210 of 222
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