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post #976 of 1064
If you are going to wear it over just a tee consider sizing down.
post #977 of 1064

Hm I am probably gonna wear a sweater maximum, or a shirt. Defintely not layering up too much because I noticed the jacket is extremely warm. Do you think I should go for size S, I am afraid it will be way too tight around my chest (which is about 99cm wide). I am fairly short thats why the jacket maybe looks really huge on me, I am wondering if a Chateau might look better? because it is a bit shorter? 

post #978 of 1064

With a sweater underneath it and tshirt, and the sweater is pretty thick, prob the thickest I have it fits perfectly around my chest. Im just not sure about the length and whether it makes me look shorter? If I would go for chateau I definitely need M I think. What d you guys say based on the pictures I uploaded?

 

With just a tshirt it is indeed a bit loose maybe! 

post #979 of 1064
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Originally Posted by JurreStassen View Post

Im just not sure about the length and whether it makes me look shorter? If I would go for chateau I definitely need M I think. What d you guys say based on the pictures I uploaded?

you look like you're wearing a dress lulz
post #980 of 1064
Jurre, I think the coat looks fine. The longer the coat is, the warmer it will be. However, if you think it makes you look shorter, then exchange it. It's an expensive purchase, so keep exchanging it until you are happy with something. My only caution would be that IMO, nobody ever looks fabulous in a parka. It's a coat based on function more than fashion.
post #981 of 1064
I bought a CMFR Gormley last week. Too damn cold in AB already and it was on sale.
post #982 of 1064
Any steals this sales weekend?
post #983 of 1064
My experiences are about the same as the group think. Got a Chateau a couple of weeks ago after finally giving up on style-first winter jackets since I'm not willing to layer or wear a toque. But, yeah, looks decent enough after taking the patches off, very warm, long enough to wear over a blazer; a fair value at retail. And Chateau's do fit small. As a slim 40, I don't wear a large anything, but a large here fits well, with medium being much too tight even with only a button up.

And you know what? I'm glad to be warm outside.

EDIT: Winterfell steez. I wanted to make a joke about Winterfell steez, what with the fur collar and all. So, yeah, pretend I did that.
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post #985 of 1064

Those prices are ridiculous, though. 

post #986 of 1064
900€ for a chiliwack, damn I should have kept mine and ebayed it for more than the 200€ I got for it.
post #987 of 1064
Those prices are beyond ridiculous.
post #988 of 1064

People pay 1300 for CG?

 

It retails for like 600 here (Chilliwack), you can get a second hand decent condition one for like 300-350 and it also goes on sale at Costco apparently now.

post #989 of 1064
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Originally Posted by Raindrop View Post

People pay 1300 for CG?

It retails for like 600 here (Chilliwack), you can get a second hand decent condition one for like 300-350 and it also goes on sale at Costco apparently now.

A coworker told me the other day that she got a bomber for $475 at Costco. I was surprised.
post #990 of 1064
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Originally Posted by Raindrop View Post

People pay 1300 for CG?

European retail prices are :face palm:

Chiliwacks retail for about 900$ and Expeditions etc. are more expensive.
Edited by Find Finn - 12/5/13 at 9:11am
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