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post #65776 of 103609
I'm usually a size 34/44 (or perhaps 35/45 if that existed) and Attachment size 2 fits me perfectly. If you're a size 36/46 then you should probably be ordering size 3.

Look at the model's height and weight on http://www.essence-web.jp/. One of their models is 178cm 64kg and always wears size 2. He is very close to my height and weight. Looking at sizing charts this puts him at about a 35, same as me.

My advice is if you're a small 36/46 and are ok with tighter fits then you could try size 2. But if you're solidly in the size 36/46 category then go with size 3.

What the H. Lorenzo guy said about Attachment sizing being consistent is very true. Of all the labels that I've bought multiple pieces from, Attachment has been the most consistent. Out of 20+ Attachment pieces that I blindly ordered in size 2, literally none of them fit me poorly.
post #65777 of 103609
buttero boots. they run tts, long, wide, narrow or what?
post #65778 of 103609
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Originally Posted by Urthwhyte View Post

brad is about to become the translating enabler-in-chief

Just use http://translate.google.com/. It works good enough most of the time, and after awhile you'll start to learn what a few of the more common words look like without having to use the translator.
post #65779 of 103609
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

It depends on the piece. Generally, it's
1 - 34
2 - 36
3 - 38

Damn the small stature of the Japanese people.
post #65780 of 103609
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Originally Posted by BB1 View Post

My advice is if you're a small 36/46 and are ok with tighter fits then you could try size 2. But if you're solidly in the size 36/46 category then go with size 3..

I'm a bit nervous now! We shall see ...
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Originally Posted by BB1 View Post

Just use http://translate.google.com/. It works good enough most of the time, and after awhile you'll start to learn what a few of the more common words look like without having to use the translator.

Attachment-EC posts their measurements as JPG, which is why I didn't just recommend this haha
post #65781 of 103609

i just ordered a hoodie from these guys http://www.ripvanwinkle.jp/

 

incredible stuff and reasonably priced

post #65782 of 103609
also, for anyone who is browsing japanese websites, use google chrome's auto translate feature. it's much easier than having to copy and paste everything in google translate... you'll get a lot of weird mistranslations, but it should be easy enough to get the basic gist
post #65783 of 103609
Anyone here play iOS games? There's a new clothing sim game by Kairosoft, haha it's pretty fun and addictive!

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/pocket-clothier/id562183957?mt=8
post #65784 of 103609

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post #65785 of 103609
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Originally Posted by NaTionS View Post


Damn the small stature of the Japanese people.

 

I mean they also have size IV and V...

 

I find that Japanese labels tend to not fit me in the arms though.

post #65786 of 103609
Do they have 4 and 5 of everything? Only looked at the two hooded coats on the official site and 3 was the largest.
post #65787 of 103609
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Originally Posted by KingJulien View Post

I find that Japanese labels tend to not fit me in the arms though.

too long?
post #65788 of 103609
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Originally Posted by NaTionS View Post

Do they have 4 and 5 of everything? Only looked at the two hooded coats on the official site and 3 was the largest.

International retailers get the larger sizes.
post #65789 of 103609
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post


too short?

 

No, too skinny in the bicep area usually.  It's not really a problem for knits since they're stretchy.

post #65790 of 103609
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Originally Posted by KingJulien View Post

No, too skinny in the bicep area usually.  It's not really a problem for knits since they're stretchy.

I edited my post to make the bad joke more obvious... anyhow, some of this stuff looks awesome but given my purchase success rate, not sure I'm willing to make the jump yet.
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