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post #31 of 40
I thought I'd handled penfield products with similar Navajo-style, but I could be confused.
post #32 of 40
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Originally Posted by bare bodkin View Post
I thought I'd handled penfield products with similar Navajo-style, but I could be confused.

there may be some overlap but look penfields stuff, the style is totally different from pendleton.
post #33 of 40
There seems to be a variance of opinion and experience regarding the sizing and fit of Penfield wear. I am looking at their mountain parka--the 3 layer Kasson. http://www.penfieldusa.com/us/kasson3l-tan.html I'd be interested in reading anyone's experience with this coat--it's warmth and fit.
post #34 of 40
I sized down from my usual XL to a large on the kasson. Cant vouch for the warmth of the 3layer, but my regular kasson has kept me warm in the snow with 1 layer under it.
post #35 of 40
i said it before, i'll say it again, i think that the penfields are sized like this: mountain parkas: size down one. rockwool and stapleford: fits slim. the big puffers: true to size or size down one. the variance of opinion is actually due to the fact that the garments are sized differently. i have also found that their regular offerings, such as oxfords and flannels, fit true to size.
post #36 of 40
About to put my Navy Penfield Stapleton for sale in the marketplace if anyone is imterested? Its a size small worn twice. Lemme know.
post #37 of 40
Yikes! That shirt (on page 2) is absolutely grotesque!

I bought the Outback Navajo Vest (as I said I would in a previous post). I normally wear a Large / 42 and unfortunately it's a little too Small. Should have got an XL apparently. I'm going to post it in an appropriate forum in a day or two so if anyone's interested...
post #38 of 40
I'm looking into buying a Roxbury jacket. Any info on how it fits?
post #39 of 40
Penfield easily has the worst customer service ever. They dont answer emails , no phone number and they dont give a shit about the customer ... HORRIBLE
post #40 of 40

I've had the opposite experience -- I sent an email a day after placing an order because I wanted to wait on the jacket. Penfield emailed me right away and I was refunded the amount right away.

 

It's a small company so it will probably take a while to get back to you. Just email them and if they don't respond in a day, email again.

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Originally Posted by abeezy21 View Post

Penfield easily has the worst customer service ever. They dont answer emails , no phone number and they dont give a shit about the customer ... HORRIBLE


 

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