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post #68191 of 94434
don't set a min value, especially something like $100. Everyone just be fair and send cool stuff like mikey said
post #68192 of 94434

Might be a good idea to split based on continents?

post #68193 of 94434
Don't think it will matter for me, shipping will be pretty much the same wherever I send it.
But guessing it's not the same everywhere, so may be a good idea to do that at least partly.

And I wrote this before, but please make it so the stuff is supposed to be shipped some 2-3 weeks after christmas, or I wont be able to join
post #68194 of 94434
everyone should post their sizes in the thread once it's made so that if the sender does want to send them jawnz they aren't sending stuff that is laughably missized.

and people should understand that while it sucks, some people who sign up are going to flake on their packages, so don't be too butthurt.
post #68195 of 94434
Doesn't a secret santa thread already exist somewhere?
post #68196 of 94434

Making the thread now... What do you guys think would be a good deadline for registration? I agree with kindofyoung that the shipping deadline should be a couple weeks after Christmas as people will be busy with traveling, family, school exams etc.

post #68197 of 94434
Somewhere around Christmas
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post #68199 of 94434
I know it varies by season, but can anyone suggest how to size on Rick Calf Jackets (moto model)? Think the one I'm looking at is 08-09. The medium has a 41 inch chest measurement while the large is about 1 to 1.5 inches larger. With the said my body measurements are about 158-168 (Latter currently, as I was bulking) height is 5"8 chest measurement is 40 inches and have pretty broad shoulders (18in). I've been suggest to that medium will fit more ideal, but I find this hard to believe because currently all my jackets that fit in slim/comfortable manner measure around 43 inches in the chest. Any thoughts? Given that its a calf jacket will it even stretch? Can't help but feel that the large would work better.

Cheers
post #68200 of 94434
I think there have been three phases of Rick sizing. Recently, most fit a size small. Not so recently, they were TTS. In the olden days, they ran a size large. The problem is, I don't know when the switch occurred haha. 08-09, I think you should probably go TTS.

However, they're supposed to fit pretty much skin tight, so the p2p will probably be smaller than you're used to.
post #68201 of 94434
had a 46 fw09 intarsia that fit bigger than this years 48 haha. good luck.
post #68202 of 94434
Rick also tends to change sizing from season to season of that same year. Like an intarsia would fit slimmer in a SS season but looser to allow some layering for FW season.
post #68203 of 94434
I recently got a fw12 intarsia that is a 52 and I'm definitely not an XL. I think this year they fit slim but I don't know much about how they usually fit.
post #68204 of 94434
Quote:
Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

everyone should post their sizes in the thread once it's made so that if the sender does want to send them jawnz they aren't sending stuff that is laughably missized.
and people should understand that while it sucks, some people who sign up are going to flake on their packages, so don't be too butthurt.

Having done this on another site. When people enter it they should provide their sizes to the person setting it up/doing the drawing. That way when he emails all the secret santas he can include that information. A lot easier than searching through a thread looking/hoping someone posted their size.
post #68205 of 94434
So that e-bay seller that asked me to redo payment due to his PP and e-bay e-mails not matching sent the goods even though I had already cancelled my payment... wat?
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