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post #1231 of 1319
yeah it's mostly boots and braces. i fucks with it
post #1232 of 1319
Just a quick question, I bought a Navy Cotton Bedford jacket from F/W 2009 in a size large and it fits perfectly. What would my size be in EG shirts and other jackets? A medium? I had read somewhere earlier that the Bedford runs a bit smaller in comparison to everything else.
post #1233 of 1319
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Originally Posted by itsjustadrian View Post
Just a quick question, I bought a Navy Cotton Bedford jacket from F/W 2009 in a size large and it fits perfectly. What would my size be in EG shirts and other jackets? A medium? I had read somewhere earlier that the Bedford runs a bit smaller in comparison to everything else.

I have the andover and conductor jackets in large and take shirts in a medium. But be warned the workshirts fit a little more relaxed. I even found the the sizing different between the chambrays and the herringbones. Herringbones being a little slimmer. Hope this helps.
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Just a quick question, I bought a Navy Cotton Bedford jacket from F/W 2009 in a size large and it fits perfectly. What would my size be in EG shirts and other jackets? A medium? I had read somewhere earlier that the Bedford runs a bit smaller in comparison to everything else.


Just about all my EG shirts are medium, and my outerwear is about 50% large and 50% medium. So, I would say for most shirts you will be medium, but you should check outerwear on a case-by-case basis.
post #1235 of 1319
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Yup.

erm...can you give us a heads up Ryan?
post #1236 of 1319
Haven't seen this posted, but Steven Alan has some EG on sale
post #1237 of 1319
Long shot but has anyone got the red workshirt in XS they'd be willing to sell?

Thanks.
post #1238 of 1319
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Haven't seen this posted, but Steven Alan has some EG on sale

That's a pretty good sale online--some EG, WWM parka, alden plaintoes. Weird. I've been considering those NDC boat chukkas for maybe 3 years now.
post #1239 of 1319
I just got my Olive Sateen Irving pants in size 30 and they fit a bit tight in the waist. It's weird, cuz my Irving pants in Charcoal oxford material fit perfect in size 30. I guess different cloths make a huge difference... Does anyone know if the Sateen material will stretch and soften after some wear? Anyway, if someone has a size 32 Olive Sateen they wanna trade, lemme know.
post #1240 of 1319
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I just got my Olive Sateen Irving pants in size 30 and they fit a bit tight in the waist. It's weird, cuz my Irving pants in Charcoal oxford material fit perfect in size 30. I guess different cloths make a huge difference... Does anyone know if the Sateen material will stretch and soften after some wear? Anyway, if someone has a size 32 Olive Sateen they wanna trade, lemme know.
I have both the charcoal and the olive sateen irving in sz 32. Had the same problem, however the sateen has stretched a bit after a couple of wears. Not as much as the charcoal though. but i think you will be fine.
post #1241 of 1319
Thanks Freddy, maybe I'll stick with them for now. Do they shrink at all after washing in normal temperature water?
post #1242 of 1319
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Thanks Freddy, maybe I'll stick with them for now. Do they shrink at all after washing in normal temperature water?
My waist have stretched around 1,5 - 2cm. I have not washed mine yet, but since it is the same material as the Workaday Fatique i would say that they might shrink a little bit in length if you wash them above 30 degrees (my GF did). The waist however will stretch back out.
post #1243 of 1319
Thread Starter 
FYI

Starting Wednesday, May 26th > May 29th we will be offering our Engineered Garments in a Memorial Day special reduction of 30% off, shipping not included, all sales are final. I will put together an inventory as soon as I can but please call in the mean time so you do not miss out on the savings. 617-547-2067

* Workaday Fatigues are not reduced during this promotion.

Gary
post #1244 of 1319
Can anyone point me in the direction of a US store that has the irving pant (olive) in a 32? Or any store where I won't have to use a proxy.
post #1245 of 1319
my size 34" olive irvings were a bit tight on me too so I took them to a tailor and had the seams let out. There is about half an inch of material on both seams (so 1inch per leg) which has made them considerably larger. It doesn't sound like you have to go to these lengths but it is possible if you need to.
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