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post #241 of 318
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Originally Posted by adamha21 View Post
I owned that jacket at one point and didn't like it. The collar is really small.

I felt it ran slightly bigger, but not sure if it was enough to warrant a size down. I also think it is made in Italy.

Well the one I tried from the FW09 size medium was too big for me. Wondering if te sizing from the FW 07 to FW 09 was more or less consistent. Im usually an EG SMALL
post #242 of 318
Bought myself the Sportsman jacket for Christmas and it's amazing, absolutely love it. Last clothing purchase for a while though, hopefully I'll still be able to find pieces after the seasons over.
post #243 of 318
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Originally Posted by irbe View Post
Eying this

http://www.yoox.com/item/YOOX/WOOLRI...Q/sts/sr_men80

Understand the above is either from the FW 07 to 08 due to the pencil pocket. Wonderighiw was sizing backeb then? Got the Maine guide jacket from some somebody from FW09 and it was too big. Should I size down? For the above version. Also guessing the above version had no tab?

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Originally Posted by irbe View Post
Well the one I tried from the FW09 size medium was too big for me. Wondering if te sizing from the FW 07 to FW 09 was more or less consistent. Im usually an EG SMALL

I have the fw09 version and remember trying the pencil pocket version in the same size at some point, iirc sizing is consistent.
post #244 of 318
^

For some reason the coat doesn't look right, is it me or do the pockets sit lower? Kinda remind me of boobies...
post #245 of 318
^ not sure why but I do remember that I didn't like it as much as the fw09 version, and pencil pocket placement might offset the top 2 pockets.
post #246 of 318
^Thanks good to know.
post #247 of 318
Can anyone please tell me if they think the Maine Guide jacket is warm enough for a winter coat in Chicago? I'm guessing a layer underneath would always be required.
post #248 of 318
^yes if you layer properly. If the weather is extreme I would suggest not going outside though... i have been surviving with my WWM Parka and a nice sweater underneath, the coldest part of my body is usually my legs.
post #249 of 318
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Originally Posted by adg View Post
Can anyone please tell me if they think the Maine Guide jacket is warm enough for a winter coat in Chicago? I'm guessing a layer underneath would always be required.

Just make sure its a melton wool version, and layers underneath will help of course.
post #250 of 318
Thanks for the responses canstyleace and racknac. I received a WWM Maine Guides jacket (melton wool version) in the mail an hour ago. I assume the jacket will not be as warm as a down-insulated jacket with windproof shell, but I'm hoping with an undershirt and button down shirt (a sweater on really cold days) it can keep me warm enough in 10-20 F weather. It's in the 40s this week in Chicago, but once it gets colder, I'll post with an update about how warm the jacket is.

Thanks again,
adg
post #251 of 318
How does the sizing run on this season's Mountain Parka? Is it on the slimmer side? Would I fit into a Large at 6'1.5" and 175 lbs? Thanks.
post #252 of 318
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Originally Posted by Fycus View Post
How does the sizing run on this season's Mountain Parka? Is it on the slimmer side? Would I fit into a Large at 6'1.5" and 175 lbs? Thanks.
you are on the border between a m or l. you can do both but the m will be a tad more fitted. if you layer a lot and you like a more comfortable fit the l is the way to go.
post #253 of 318
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Originally Posted by whatever123 View Post
you are on the border between a m or l. you can do both but the m will be a tad more fitted. if you layer a lot and you like a more comfortable fit the l is the way to go.

Damn thats the last thing I wanted to hear. I'm pretty much inbetween sizes in all brands I wear. I need to gain 15 lbs....
post #254 of 318
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Damn thats the last thing I wanted to hear. I'm pretty much inbetween sizes in all brands I wear. I need to gain 15 lbs....

i have the same issue and im 5'11" 180 lbs.
post #255 of 318
Have any of you had quality issues with Woolrich Woolen Mills merchandise, or the Maine Guide jacket specifically? I received a Main Guide jacket today and one of the buttons has already fallen off, and many of the others are about to. When I pull on a long hanging thread to check to see if a button is likely to come undone, the thread starts unraveling from the button.
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