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post #781 of 961
probably could have taken a 42?
post #782 of 961
Meaning, while I am o.k. with the current sizing, I would probably have preferred a 42.
post #783 of 961
looks like we all fucked up on the orders
post #784 of 961
what size are you?
post #785 of 961
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Originally Posted by l1mab3an View Post

Meaning, while I am o.k. with the current sizing, I would probably have preferred a 42.


What's your height/weight? Trying to decide between 40 and 42 myself
post #786 of 961
^I'm normally a 38 and ordered a 40 long 6A "single ply"

It is available to be shipped and I got funds ready but eBay got some pending hold on my proceeds so will not be getting any earlier than mid-Dec baldy[1].gif

By the sound of it I though I should have sized up 2x to a 42. I think if you size up 1 you should be fine if you are like kelvin, really skinny
post #787 of 961
not you foo
post #788 of 961
Quote:
Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

^I'm normally a 38 and ordered a 40 long 6A "single ply"

It is available to be shipped and I got funds ready but eBay got some pending hold on my proceeds so will not be getting any earlier than mid-Dec baldy[1].gif

By the sound of it I though I should have sized up 2x to a 42. I think if you size up 1 you should be fine if you are like kelvin, really skinny

You should be fine. I'm a 38 and my 6A from a few years ago is a size 38 and fits perfectly after stretching a bit.
The main problem with the pictures posted so far is that they all look too short in the body.
post #789 of 961
Hi all, I've been through about 30 pages in the thread looking for information about sizing of the 1a and 3a.

I'm still not really certain I've figured it out, so I'm hoping for some advice.

I'm 5'9", 165lbs and wear a 38 jacket. I'm looking to buy a 1a and 3a, and am not wanting a tight fit, looking for a reasonable amount of room so I can wear a shirt underneath and not have it feel to tight and restrictive. Of course I don't want to have it fit like a tent either.

So, from what I've read some people, with some Inverallan knits, seem to prefer sizing up. Do folks think a 40 would be best for me? For both sweaters? Size up for one but not the other?

Any thoughts on this would be appreciated.
post #790 of 961
Looking at all the pictures of people in their cardigans, I'd definitely size up, and if you're tall, maybe avoid all together.
post #791 of 961
Yeah, at 6' and 39", I'm leaning toward avoid.
post #792 of 961
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Originally Posted by Beav View Post

Hi all, I've been through about 30 pages in the thread looking for information about sizing of the 1a and 3a.

I'm still not really certain I've figured it out, so I'm hoping for some advice.

I'm 5'9", 165lbs and wear a 38 jacket. I'm looking to buy a 1a and 3a, and am not wanting a tight fit, looking for a reasonable amount of room so I can wear a shirt underneath and not have it feel to tight and restrictive. Of course I don't want to have it fit like a tent either.

So, from what I've read some people, with some Inverallan knits, seem to prefer sizing up. Do folks think a 40 would be best for me? For both sweaters? Size up for one but not the other?

Any thoughts on this would be appreciated.

I'm the same height/weight, although a size 40. My 3A and 6A are both a size 42 and quite tight. When I take the sweaters off at the end of the day, the shirt I'm wearing underneath is wrinkled like crazy - esp. the sleeves. I don't consider that an issue as I don't take the sweater off during the day, but I can't imagine not sizing up at least one size. In addition, the length works perfectly for me - but someone taller may have an issue.
post #793 of 961
Thanks to the folks that responded to my query - this makes me feel better about sizing up one, it seems that not too many people buy their normal size.

Cheers! smile.gif You're all a helpful bunch.
post #794 of 961

FWIW I ordered my regular size - I weigh about the same as you but am taller at 6' 2". For me, the knits are tight in the arms and slightly so in the chest, but fairly loose at the waist.

post #795 of 961
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Originally Posted by l1mab3an View Post

Also, is it just me or is Muff a shit ton less subtle then the swatch let on? Still bad-ass.

It's always hard to guess how something is going to look based on a swatch alone.  One of the reasons that MTO should generally be done someone who has done them regularly at the helm.  

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