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I would suggest medium. I found the cut extremely slim in the Chateau. I can't imagine making a slimmer cut parka with that much down in it. I'm 5'9 and 170 and the medium was much too small. The large fits perfect. It's hard to go off measurements because the jacket's so thick. It makes me look 20 pounds heavier, not in a bad way. Though when I first started wearing it I knocked over a couple store displays; body wasn't used to it's new Michelin Man dimensions.
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Originally Posted by Trit View Post

I would suggest medium. I found the cut extremely slim in the Chateau. I can't imagine making a slimmer cut parka with that much down in it. I'm 5'9 and 170 and the medium was much too small. The large fits perfect. It's hard to go off measurements because the jacket's so thick. It makes me look 20 pounds heavier, not in a bad way. Though when I first started wearing it I knocked over a couple store displays; body wasn't used to it's new Michelin Man dimensions.

thanks.. ordered a M from thetannery, they are listed on the CG website and have all the sizes available! 

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hmmm.. just found a CG chateau in Small at St. Benard Sports. Has anyone heard of or bought something from them? 

Im 5'9 155 and wondering if i should get a S or M.  thought i was a M from the measurements that are given on most sites but now im reading that they run a bit big.  i wear size small in burberry brit jackets/coats and a size 2 in moncler if that helps.. thanks

St. Bernard's is the leading online retailer of CG in the states.  They're based out of Dallas with a location here in Austin as well.

 

I purchased a Chateau from them online earlier this month.  Great customer service, quick shipping.

 

I am 5'8" and about 150 lbs.  The small is perfect on me.

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5''8 150.. Hmmm.. Now I dunno if I should call them and change for a small or just wait and try on the med.. We're not that diff size wise so I might fit a small too!
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St. Bernard's is the leading online retailer of CG in the states.  They're based out of Dallas with a location here in Austin as well.

I purchased a Chateau from them online earlier this month.  Great customer service, quick shipping.

I am 5'8" and about 150 lbs.  The small is perfect on me.

If u gained 5lbs do you think you would still fit the coat? Leaning towards a small now since we're similar sizes
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If u gained 5lbs do you think you would still fit the coat? Leaning towards a small now since we're similar sizes

Yeah, I do.  I was just in NYC wearing it every day over two layers (a button down or long sleeve tee under a chunky cardigan or wool sweater).  I had full range of movement and was very comfortable.

 

It definitely depends on your body type though and where you carry your body weight.  For reference, I almost always wear smalls in tops, I'm a 36S in most suits, and I typically take a 29 in pants or denim.  If you're a 38 or especially a 40 chest for example, you might be more comfortable in the medium.

 

Hope that helps.

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I am 5'9'' 150, and when I tried CG stuffs on I ended up getting size XS. It's for when I am wearing either a tee or a bd under it though.
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Does any know about the sizing/fit of the Selkirk? Is it slim like the chataeu or closer to the chiliwak?
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