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post #901 of 1103
They had a few others, but honestly I didn't bother to look at them couldn't tell you color/size/model. I might be selling my crolly 6A that's a 44. Sounds like you need a 42 tho
post #902 of 1103
^ It does seem like a 42 might work best for Cellini, might look too cropped at that height though.

I have a nee natural 3A in a 40 available if anyone is interested. Will be listed soon but feel free to PM.
post #903 of 1103
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Originally Posted by dotcomzzz View Post

They had a few others, but honestly I didn't bother to look at them couldn't tell you color/size/model. I might be selling my crolly 6A that's a 44. Sounds like you need a 42 tho

What are your dimensions and how does the 44 fit?  

 

I agree that I'm probably a 42 but really want to order a Navy one at a decent price and seems like the Inventory 44 or someone randomly wanting to sell one are my only options.  Will I get hit with custom/duty fees shipping to the US?  How easy is it to return something to them?

 

Thanks for the help guys! 

post #904 of 1103
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Originally Posted by irbe View Post

Sorry for the sizing question but wondering if the 38 at inventory would fit me:

http://store.inventorymagazine.com/collections/sale/products/cable-knit-lumber-cardigan-navy

I'm 5'9 150 pounds, 38 slim. My actual chest is measurement is a little under 36 inches. I'm a small in Gitman and sns old fit.

Are the measurements accurate on the site? They see smaller then end clothing measurements

Thanks in advance

Most likely no. I wear a 36 suit and (5'10", 150) and the 38 is too small
post #905 of 1103
Hmm thanks. Was going to pull the trigger but on the fence on my sizing
post #906 of 1103
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Originally Posted by CelliniEVO View Post

What are your dimensions and how does the 44 fit?  

I agree that I'm probably a 42 but really want to order a Navy one at a decent price and seems like the Inventory 44 or someone randomly wanting to sell one are my only options.  Will I get hit with custom/duty fees shipping to the US?  How easy is it to return something to them?

Thanks for the help guys! 

6'1" 167lb. 42" chest. The 44 is a relaxed. Maybe I'll put up a fit pic if I get the chance if that helps. I also tend to oversize my knits because my feet are long.

You probably won't see duties to the US. Inventory also has a shop in New York so you may want to give them a ring. Mandon also stocks Inverallan.

Maybe look through the thread to get a sense for how the 6A fits. I suggest sizing up 1 from your normal chest size. Ribkin did a great job of sizing his. Your chest tells me you probably want to go with a 42, just bear in mind as tonio pointed out it may be a little cropped since you're tallish.
post #907 of 1103
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Originally Posted by dotcomzzz View Post

6'1" 167lb. 42" chest. The 44 is a relaxed. Maybe I'll put up a fit pic if I get the chance if that helps. I also tend to oversize my knits because my feet are long.

You probably won't see duties to the US. Inventory also has a shop in New York so you may want to give them a ring. Mandon also stocks Inverallan.

Maybe look through the thread to get a sense for how the 6A fits. I suggest sizing up 1 from your normal chest size. Ribkin did a great job of sizing his. Your chest tells me you probably want to go with a 42, just bear in mind as tonio pointed out it may be a little cropped since you're tallish.

Thanks for that info man! really appreciate it. Would love to see a fitpic!
post #908 of 1103
no problem happy to help. I'll see if I can get a pic up over the weekend
post #909 of 1103
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Originally Posted by irbe View Post

Sorry for the sizing question but wondering if the 38 at inventory would fit me:

http://store.inventorymagazine.com/collections/sale/products/cable-knit-lumber-cardigan-navy

I'm 5'9 150 pounds, 38 slim. My actual chest is measurement is a little under 36 inches. I'm a small in Gitman and sns old fit.

Are the measurements accurate on the site? They see smaller then end clothing measurements

Thanks in advance

 

I am 5'8" and 130lbs with a 35" chest.  I bought an Inverallan 6A in a 38 and it is a bit too big on me so I think it would fit you well.  I dunno about the sizing of the 3A (lumber cardigan).  My 6A is for sale in the marketplace if you are interested.  Just tried it on once.

post #910 of 1103
Thanks, bu thad my heart set on the 3A. I don't have a blue cardi and thought it be a staple peice. Want to pull trigger on it, but the measurements on the site sort of throw me off.
post #911 of 1103
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Originally Posted by mojserkis View Post

I am 5'8" and 130lbs with a 35" chest.  I bought an Inverallan 6A in a 38 and it is a bit too big on me so I think it would fit you well.  I dunno about the sizing of the 3A (lumber cardigan).  My 6A is for sale in the marketplace if you are interested.  Just tried it on once.

I'm about the same size as you and my 3A size 38 fits well. Probably not going to keep it though :/
post #912 of 1103
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Originally Posted by irbe View Post

Thanks, bu thad my heart set on the 3A. I don't have a blue cardi and thought it be a staple peice. Want to pull trigger on it, but the measurements on the site sort of throw me off.

I'd do it if I was you. The price seems about right, if it doesnt work out, you can turn around and put it up on B&S, i bet it'd go quickly considering its a staple color and how rare Inverallan is these days.
post #913 of 1103
ha, too late somebody bought the 38. yeah the price was really good.
post #914 of 1103

I'm a 38 or a 40 and I was checking the same sweater at Inventory too. Now I feel kinda good because the 38 might be too small on me. 

post #915 of 1103
I'm late in posting up these fit pics and sizing reference, but here you go. Size 40 3A lumber cardigan in natural (feel free to check sig for more info):

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I'm 5'8", about 150 lbs with a 38" chest measurement and the pics above are of the size 40. I tried not to make the sizing equation too difficult here guys, went one size up from actual chest measurement and that's the fit I went with, which I think is good.
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