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post #196 of 1104
Regarding sizing for the Calgary and Chateau, I tried on a chateau in XS and it was pretty much perfect size for me. I'm 5'7 and 140lb and 36 chest. I didn't get to try on any other sizes cause they were out, but the XS was a really nice fit and almost made me buy it on the spot.
post #197 of 1104
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Any idea where I can get a Yorkville or Chilliwack jacket in a small in any color besides black? I've got a 36" chest, I think that's the right size. I figure they're to most bomberesque jackets, and while I'd love the one from Yuki Matsuda, I don't think I have the $$ to drop on it.


You are out a bit late, the Scandinavian importer started selling out of colors and sizes in October, I was out looking for an Alberta vest in mid October and it was sold out in my size.
post #198 of 1104
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^^^ I know most places in Toronto are sold out of Chilliwacks and Yukons in smaller sizes and won't be receiving more until next year now.

Uncle Otis here carries the Japanese line - you could try contacting them and see if they could locate one for you.

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yeah man, unless you have very broad shoulders consider getting the Japanese XS.

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You are out a bit late, the Scandinavian importer started selling out of colors and sizes in October, I was out looking for an Alberta vest in mid October and it was sold out in my size.

Damn. I didn't realize how late into the season we are. Well, Bloomingdale's has a black in a small and I need something for an upcoming trip, so I'll give it a shot. If it doesn't work out, that's life and what return policies are for.
Thanks for the responses, I appreciate it.
post #199 of 1104
How does the sizing on the Chilliwack compare to the expedition ?
post #200 of 1104
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How does the sizing on the Chilliwack compare to the expedition ?


it's the same size, I have always found the expedition to be massive though and I look like a mumitroll in it.
post #201 of 1104
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How does the sizing on the Chilliwack compare to the expedition ?
The chilliwack is a bomber style jacket and the Expedition is a parka style. Expedition fits much bigger as it's a longer jacket. My advice is to try it on in the store.
post #202 of 1104
Well, it's nearly that time of year again. If anyone stumbles on a sale or good deal on CG stuff, please post. I'll do likewise (keeping in mind the zillions of counterfeit vendors: ). If the past couple years are any indication, there may be a Bloomingdales sale in the coming month, for instance.
post #203 of 1104
They sell canada goose items at a ski shop near me, if anyone needs a proctor just drop me a pm.
post #204 of 1104
looking for a winter jacket ... trying to decide on model

http://www.canada-goose.com/products-2/special-collection/mens-special-collection/manitoba-jacket/

manitoba, leaning towards graphite

http://www.canada-goose.com/products-2/special-collection/mens-special-collection/calgary-jacket/

calgary, either military green or graphite

or any other model you guys can recommend???
post #205 of 1104
bump
post #206 of 1104
Definitely Manitoba in graphite. I have a bomber in black and kinda wish I had gotten the Manitoba.
post #207 of 1104
I have the Manitoba in graphite. Great jacket. Very very warm, can't wear it unless its real cold out.

If anyone knows of a Canada Goose photo jacket for sale I will pay millions

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post #208 of 1104
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I have the Manitoba in graphite. Great jacket. Very very warm, can't wear it unless its real cold out.
If anyone knows of a Canada Goose photo jacket for sale I will pay millions
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what is the name of the jacket? I may be able to get it for you.
post #209 of 1104
The new Loro Piana stuff is pretty amazing, but the price is kinda crazy. Moncler-ish price
post #210 of 1104
i was leaning towards the calgary cuz i thought the manitoba had a ridiculous amount of pockets. surprised everyone likes that model over the simpler calgary

the 2 lora piana stuff is really nice but not worth the price
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