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post #931 of 1051

In Japan, things will often button or zip on the left on men's clothes. If you like everything else about it, doesn't matter. Collar's definitely a bit smaller, but maybe it'll work for you.

post #932 of 1051
Hi guys,

I am planning on picking up a 3A and 6A. I once tried on a Size 40 3A and found the fit in the body to be quite good. Except the sleeves which were tight at the forearm from the elbow to the wrist. I am about 5'9" and 165 lbs. I might put on the some muscle in the upper body as I am starting to work out. The body will still be fine, but I think the forearm might end up even tighter. Do they stretch out or should I size up which of course would only be helpful if the size 42 has more room in the forearm.

As far as 6A is concerned, should I go with the same size as 3A. Endclothing's measurements for 40 say chest p2p 3A: 21" and 6A: 19". This seems like a significant difference. Are these measurements fairly accurate because then I guess 6A should be sized 1 larger than 3A?

Your help is much appreciated.

Thanks,
Jay
post #933 of 1051
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Originally Posted by ffatt View Post

Hi guys,

I am planning on picking up a 3A and 6A. I once tried on a Size 40 3A and found the fit in the body to be quite good. Except the sleeves which were tight at the forearm from the elbow to the wrist. I am about 5'9" and 165 lbs. I might put on the some muscle in the upper body as I am starting to work out. The body will still be fine, but I think the forearm might end up even tighter. Do they stretch out or should I size up which of course would only be helpful if the size 42 has more room in the forearm.

As far as 6A is concerned, should I go with the same size as 3A. Endclothing's measurements for 40 say chest p2p 3A: 21" and 6A: 19". This seems like a significant difference. Are these measurements fairly accurate because then I guess 6A should be sized 1 larger than 3A?

Your help is much appreciated.

Thanks,
Jay

Anyone? Your help would be much appreciated.
post #934 of 1051
a 40 in the 6A should fit you fine. 42 for a relaxed fit

no experience with 3A
post #935 of 1051
I see, it was just that if Endclothing measurements are to be believed. Then, 19" chest measurements won't work. I need at least 21" I actually like a slightly relaxed fit (not too sloppy) given its a chunky cardigan.
post #936 of 1051
uhoh.gif just ordered a 40 in 6A. If they are so slim I think I screwed up the sizing. I had no idea endclothing had measurements. Any other stockist post measurements?
post #937 of 1051
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Originally Posted by palma View Post

uhoh.gif just ordered a 40 in 6A. If they are so slim I think I screwed up the sizing. I had no idea endclothing had measurements. Any other stockist post measurements?

did you order from Mandon? Or is there another retailer with them in stock?  Really want a navy 3a or 6a in a 40 or 42

post #938 of 1051
What is the difference between Double versus Single Donegal? Pros or Cons of one over the other?
post #939 of 1051
Simplified response: double is a lot heavier.
post #940 of 1051
I have a single and I can't even imagine how thick a double would be.
post #941 of 1051
if I'm a 38 in the 6A would I be the same in the 3A? I got the 6A and the fit is good, not to snug, just right. I'm sure it will loosen up with some wear. Would I go the same size for the 3A?
post #942 of 1051
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

Simplified response: double is a lot heavier.

Ya, I figured. Which one do you have?
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Originally Posted by aphelan View Post

I have a single and I can't even imagine how thick a double would be.

Thats what I was wondering if anybody got the double and regretted it.
post #943 of 1051
I have both. Different uses. My MTO was single, I picked up a standard loden double.
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