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post #76 of 131
What's the pricing like on EG shirts?
post #77 of 131
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Originally Posted by dusty
What's the pricing like on EG shirts?
About $165 (per peasantonline.com and hejfina.com). The thick flannel workshirts are around $200 (per drinkwater's).
post #78 of 131
Does anyone know how the Bedford jacket fits? I have a 46" chest with a fairly pronounced drop, so I was just wondering what size I should get or if it even could be tailored down to fit.
post #79 of 131
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Originally Posted by Nil
Does anyone know how the Bedford jacket fits? I have a 46" chest with a fairly pronounced drop, so I was just wondering what size I should get or if it even could be tailored down to fit.
Depends on which bedford you're referring to. The wool (herringbone or black) are a little tighter than normal size due to the extra padding on the inside. I'm usually a medium (38-40" chest), but I sized up to a large. The cotton versions don't have the lining and are slim fitting. Pretty true to size. Your best bet is to call the store and ask what size they'd think would be the best fit for you.
post #80 of 131
Considering an XL is the largest they have, I imagine the wool ones wouldn't even come close to fitting me. But yeah, I'll probably contact a store and figure it out for the cotton one.
post #81 of 131
So, I need a little sizing advice too. I was able to track down the aviator jacket I wanted in size small. I wear a size small in American Apparel and it's a pretty close fit. What is the sizing like for Engineered Garments? Will a small be a similar fit, or does it fit pretty loose, or what? What kind of experiences have you had?
post #82 of 131
I'm surprised I haven't seen the polka-dot western shirts anywhere except Nomad. imo those are pretty much the coolest thing EG has ever released.
post #83 of 131
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Originally Posted by jiomitori
So, I need a little sizing advice too. I was able to track down the aviator jacket I wanted in size small. I wear a size small in American Apparel and it's a pretty close fit. What is the sizing like for Engineered Garments? Will a small be a similar fit, or does it fit pretty loose, or what? What kind of experiences have you had?
I'd say that the aviator jacket fits true to size on the mediums, so I assume it'd be the same for the smalls. The body length is a little short, like jean jacket short. If I remember correctly it hits at the top of the pants. It's intended to have some shirt shown peeping out of hte bottom, as per the pics on their website. I'm planning on picking one up in a blue eventually. The pockets are interesting, hitting at the mid-torso, so your arms are about a 90 degree angle or less. Just lost an auction on Auctions.Yahoo.jp for a gray wool version unfortunately. Just blabberin....yada yada yada
post #84 of 131
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Originally Posted by minya
I'm surprised I haven't seen the polka-dot western shirts anywhere except Nomad. imo those are pretty much the coolest thing EG has ever released.
I saw one at MAC. Looks awesome. Maybe it'll still be around around x-mas time?
post #85 of 131
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Originally Posted by timpoblete
I'd say that the aviator jacket fits true to size on the mediums, so I assume it'd be the same for the smalls. The body length is a little short, like jean jacket short. If I remember correctly it hits at the top of the pants. It's intended to have some shirt shown peeping out of hte bottom, as per the pics on their website. I'm planning on picking one up in a blue eventually. The pockets are interesting, hitting at the mid-torso, so your arms are about a 90 degree angle or less. Just lost an auction on Auctions.Yahoo.jp for a gray wool version unfortunately. Just blabberin....yada yada yada

Thanks for the tip. I'm just wondering if I need a size small or extra small. I'm not even sure if they sell the aviator jacket in XS but I know they offer other jackets in that size. I'm a 36" chest so I have a hard time finding clothes that fit the way I like.
post #86 of 131
What is the price of the monty duffel?
post #87 of 131
$200 from buying/selling
post #88 of 131
the boiled wool Engineer's jacket is awesome. thx Gary!!!

-Jeff
post #89 of 131
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Originally Posted by jiomitori
Thanks for the tip. I'm just wondering if I need a size small or extra small. I'm not even sure if they sell the aviator jacket in XS but I know they offer other jackets in that size. I'm a 36" chest so I have a hard time finding clothes that fit the way I like.

I have the aviator jacket from last fall in a small. I usually wear a small in most items and I really like how it fits me. It's definetly not an extremely slim fit, as the jacket is very warm and well padded. I wouldn't necessarily call it bulky, but it is somewhat boxy like a lot of EG's items are known to be. In my opinion though, an aviator jacket that is very slim would probably look a bit off. Authentic aviator jackets have always had some padding to them.

If you want, I can take some measurements of it for you when I get home.
post #90 of 131
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Originally Posted by raley
What is the price of the monty duffel?

I think $425 or 450, but don't remember exactly. It's in that ballpark, anyway. A good buy, considering that designer versions cost a lot more, and Gleveralls start around there as well.
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