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post #76 of 164
Shameless plug but I'm selling a polo duffle coat...link in signature. waitttt why isn't my signature showing...?
post #77 of 164
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Originally Posted by yfarmanara View Post
Does anyone know if there is anywhere to get the 3sixteen duffel still?? It's beginning to haunt my dreams

Ugh, me too. Charcoal in M for me.

I tried it on at SENY and I just didn't consider a coat at twice my budget, but....
post #78 of 164
Try Extra Butter NY. That's where I got mine. Ask to speak to Jason (516-632-5150).
post #79 of 164
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Originally Posted by sho'nuff View Post
i did find GOd. but not holy . that's a process. stuff like this makes me take 2 steps back and etc. you know. working on it.

count to ten and then goosfrabba!
post #80 of 164
I bought this bad-ass W+H duffel coat from another forum member. It's my go-to coat for snow days.

It's heavy and warm as hell but also has a ton of detail throughout that definitely gets noticed - the buttons are engraved, the inside of the hood is extra thick and ribbed fabric to keep it from sliding around, the extra later of fabric around the shoulders keeps the rain out and the lower sleeves have a second cotton/elastic layer inside to wrap around your forearm and keep the wind out. The only complaint is the lack of inner pockets. If you can find one of these, grab it!
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post #81 of 164
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Originally Posted by APK View Post
Try Extra Butter NY. That's where I got mine. Ask to speak to Jason (516-632-5150).

Thanks, I'll give it a shot.
post #82 of 164
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Originally Posted by BrettChaotix View Post
I bought this bad-ass W+H duffel coat from another forum member. It's my go-to coat for snow days.

It's heavy and warm as hell but also has a ton of detail throughout that definitely gets noticed - the buttons are engraved, the inside of the hood is extra thick and ribbed fabric to keep it from sliding around, the extra later of fabric around the shoulders keeps the rain out and the lower sleeves have a second cotton/elastic layer inside to wrap around your forearm and keep the wind out. The only complaint is the lack of inner pockets. If you can find one of these, grab it!

That IS bad ass... what season is that from?
post #83 of 164
Got my 3sixteen duffle in medium a few weeks ago. Awesome in every way, but I havent worn it because I cant decide if I want to find the camel version instead. My indecisiveness is a fucking curse. Its only cold for like 3 months out of the year here, so I dont even need a coat unless I ever go to grad school where Id have to walk all over campus. Ive also been keeping my eyes peeled for this one by CDG
post #84 of 164
I questioned whether I'd made a mistake in choosing the charcoal over the camel. The latter is stunning and I'd get it if I had more dough. But it came down to needing a coat that offered more versatility. For my current wardrobe, that meant the charcoal version.
post #85 of 164
It's a few years old bac before W&H seemed have abandoned it's more modern stuff for the new traditional/workwear inspired recent changes.... I have all sorts of old W&H stuff thats way more edgy than what they do now.




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Originally Posted by BrettChaotix View Post
I bought this bad-ass W+H duffel coat from another forum member. It's my go-to coat for snow days.

It's heavy and warm as hell but also has a ton of detail throughout that definitely gets noticed - the buttons are engraved, the inside of the hood is extra thick and ribbed fabric to keep it from sliding around, the extra later of fabric around the shoulders keeps the rain out and the lower sleeves have a second cotton/elastic layer inside to wrap around your forearm and keep the wind out. The only complaint is the lack of inner pockets. If you can find one of these, grab it!
post #86 of 164
IMO the lowest toggle on the 3sixteen duffle is poorly placed. Too low, especially on a slimmer-than-traditional coat. Otherwise I dig it.
post #87 of 164
Anyone have experience with the Uniqlo duffle coat? At $130 I'm pretty seriously considering it...
post #88 of 164
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Originally Posted by bye4now122 View Post
Anyone have experience with the Uniqlo duffle coat? At $130 I'm pretty seriously considering it...

I would assume that you shouldn't expect it to last more than a couple of seasons but for only $130 you might as well pull the trigger to experiment.
post #89 of 164
i have a 3sixteen charcoal duffle size medium that i want to get rid of. it is too small for me. was purchased from self edge ny.
post #90 of 164
this one from deluxe is nice - if i didn't already pick up a duffel this season, i'd def. consider getting it.
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