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post #61 of 167
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
If I have a 35" chest what size should I wear in those, measurements seem pretty tight. Are they too big to be layered under a jacket?

Hey Fuuma,
Get a size 36 for a really slim fit or a 38 for a bit of breathing room.
These are definitely not too big to be layered under a coat or jacket.
post #62 of 167
Kiya, you going to restock the Flat Head Key Hook anytime soon?

and what about the Flat Head double strand natural leather bracelet?
post #63 of 167
Fuuma, I would definitely go with a 38 in FH shirts.
post #64 of 167
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Originally Posted by Asch View Post
Fuuma, I would definitely go with a 38 in FH shirts.
Thanks Kiya and Ash, ordered a 38 in the blue one. Cheers Now that I've got a vintage Wrangler and this FlatHead on the way my flannel selection is getting better. I must say I usually prefer the ones with long hems for a sloppier look but one exception won't hurt.
post #65 of 167
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
Thanks Kiya and Ash, ordered a 38 in the blue one. Cheers

Now that I've got a vintage Wrangler and this FlatHead on the way my flannel selection is getting better. I must say I usually prefer the ones with long hems for a sloppier look but one exception won't hurt.

Wait, you know Flat Head ain't by Margiela, right?
post #66 of 167
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
Thanks Kiya and Ash, ordered a 38 in the blue one. Cheers

Now that I've got a vintage Wrangler and this FlatHead on the way my flannel selection is getting better. I must say I usually prefer the ones with long hems for a sloppier look but one exception won't hurt.

Picked up the same flannel in July and it's finally cool enough here so that I can debut it tonight! You won't be disappointed when you get it.
post #67 of 167
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Originally Posted by sidney View Post
Wait, you know Flat Head ain't by Margiela, right?

So I've heard. I wear jeans+flannels+boots+leather jacket everyday now so I wanted some new ones.
post #68 of 167
I'm jealous. By time I was ready to drop that kind of money on a flannel, they were out of my size.
post #69 of 167
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Originally Posted by quevola View Post
Picked up the same flannel in July and it's finally cool enough here so that I can debut it tonight! You won't be disappointed when you get it.

Did you size up? I'm a 45 and got a 48 (see earlier posts). I hope it fits ok.
post #70 of 167
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Originally Posted by APK View Post
I'm jealous. By time I was ready to drop that kind of money on a flannel, they were out of my size.

Fear not, we're getting more this winter.
post #71 of 167
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
Did you size up? I'm a 45 and got a 48 (see earlier posts). I hope it fits ok.

I went with a 36 (TTS). It's really fitted, but that was what I was going for. I'll post a pic tonight.
post #72 of 167
if im a dead on 40" chest, 42?
post #73 of 167
sounds right..I'm around a 38'' and went with 40

The red version of the winter flannel is my favorite shirt and I'm looking to pick up something similar this winter
post #74 of 167
Here's a few pics of the winter flannel. I definitely could have sized up to 38, but I really like the fit.





Can't believe I'm wearing a flannel shirt to the Pearl Jam concert tonight - flashback to 1992.
post #75 of 167
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Originally Posted by kiya View Post
Hey Fuuma,
Get a size 36 for a really slim fit or a 38 for a bit of breathing room.
These are definitely not too big to be layered under a coat or jacket.

Got the shirt today, fits exactly like I wanted it to. I also had Kiya use a different shipping company due to personal preferences.

Selfedge=very good service and great products.

Thanks guys.
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