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tonio- very valid. thank you.
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I was curious, I am 5'7 and 160lbs. I work out a bit and my pit to pit measurement is around 20inchs. I was interested in the BD shirts. Would a small or a medium be a better bet?

Thanks


 

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And now she will lose her life

 

I don't support murder, but this was funny.


I don't understand. Why not?
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Ecco how are you doing??? Is everything cool?

 

 

I'm down like 20 pounds and I'll be bald in 2 weeks but otherwise I'm just hanging out getting paid to watch NetFlix.  On the positive I fit into those Predator Chinos I mis-sized by not listening or paying attention to measurements.  Bonus.  I'll be picking up summer shit and a jacket for when I'm back to normal weight in July.

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I don't understand. Why not?

 

You know murder can be such a downer in life...

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I was curious, I am 5'7 and 160lbs. I work out a bit and my pit to pit measurement is around 20inchs. I was interested in the BD shirts. Would a small or a medium be a better bet?

Thanks


 

Small BD, XS AD.  We're the same size.  I use BD for fitted shirts and AD for the lighter summer shirts.  Works like a charm.

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Does the liberty stripe look like the liberty tattersalle
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RKD has billable hours to fill so he's not always available but he tries his best which is good enough 95% of the time.

haha yeah i do my best. mauro also tends to text or call me to post for him so that helps but yes im not 100% for sure. i do agree with everything tonio said.
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I was curious, I am 5'7 and 160lbs. I work out a bit and my pit to pit measurement is around 20inchs. I was interested in the BD shirts. Would a small or a medium be a better bet?
 

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Small BD, XS AD.  We're the same size.  I use BD for fitted shirts and AD for the lighter summer shirts.  Works like a charm.

Woah, how are you fitting that with those measurements? I'm 5'7" at about 145lbs, taking a 36/46 top normally, and I'm wearing small BD. The shoulders are actually a little bit small for me (granted my shoulders are a bit broad). Based purely on measurements, I would have suggested a medium BD.
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5'9" 170, medium BD:
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Fits you perfectly.

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Hey NYI, do you ever have shoulder or neck problems or anything like that? One shoulder (and by extension, your hand) seems to be much higher than the other. I'm curious because I have that same problem with my posture and lots of problems with my shoulder (the lower one.)
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Woah, how are you fitting that with those measurements? I'm 5'7" at about 145lbs, taking a 36/46 top normally, and I'm wearing small BD. The shoulders are actually a little bit small for me (granted my shoulders are a bit broad). Based purely on measurements, I would have suggested a medium BD.

 

My S2S measurement is 16.5 and chest is a 36.  The XS AD is a looser fit in the chest and body, great for the tencel shirts.  The small BD is more fitted and great for wearing under a blazer or with jeans like NewYorkIslander (nice fit man).  Basically without chest or shoulder measurements and with a normal weight distribution, he's probably within that range.  More measurements might prove me wrong.

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Hey NYI, do you ever have shoulder or neck problems or anything like that? One shoulder (and by extension, your hand) seems to be much higher than the other. I'm curious because I have that same problem with my posture and lots of problems with my shoulder (the lower one.)

I think the whole picture is crooked based on the lines on the door.

@Ecco, I see. I think it's mainly the shoulders as that's where I have the most problem. The chest does have a little bit of room for someone larger there. Makes sense.
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I do have a drop shoulder (my right), but never had any issues even with training pretty hard for a middle aged guy (or as I like to see it, an old man). I also have a drop hip, which is even more pronounced. That does give me hamstring issues on occasion and I need to hit my chiropractor up soon...
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