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Originally Posted by TintoTerra View Post
Bought some of the Our Legacy x Mark Mcnairy boots the other day. Absolutely love them, but got a customs bill from Fed Ex for $150.00 After they arrived. Something to think about if you're ordering on their webshop from the states.

Bummer. Must get billed for larger items. I bought a Great Sweat, and two Placket Twill flannels, all separate orders, and never got billed for customs or had any problems. They all got to me within 5 days or less. But, they were smaller fedex soft envelopes.
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post #122 of 563
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Originally Posted by Nosu3 View Post
thanks but the one I'm looking for is not the eco one and a medium grey.

Hey man, I'm almost 100% positive that the one listed on the OL site is the same one you're looking for. I just received it in the mail from OL, and the color is much more similar to this one:

post #123 of 563
Does anyone have any experience with OL blazers? How slim are they? Are the sleeves narrow? Thanks.
post #124 of 563
I have two blazers. Fit is epic, not slim necessarily but fitted I guess. TTS for the blazers. I'm a 40 in most suits, went with 50. You won't regret it.
post #125 of 563
Anyone seen either of these shirts in stock anywhere in a size small or x-small?

500

500
post #126 of 563
$10 paypaled to whoever can find the second one (snow wash) in a size small!
post #127 of 563
Anyone have any fit pics of of the great sweat? Looks pretty blousey in the TBS product shot...
post #128 of 563
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Originally Posted by dsoren View Post

Anyone have any fit pics of of the great sweat? Looks pretty blousey in the TBS product shot...

They run big IMO, or at least have in the past. I take a small to medium in most everything and at 5'10" 145 I had to take a X-Small.
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post #129 of 563
I think last season ran a bit smaller than the season before it. I got a medium two seasons ago which fits pretty big. Last season I bought an XL for a friend that I tried on and it only fit slightly larger than the medium in the body and the same in the arms. Not sure about this season.
post #130 of 563
Anyone know how the shirts specifically the 1950's (its the slimmest one they offer I believe) fit? Measurements I got seem to say that the chest is quite loose, but are the arms and stuff still slim? How's the fit compared to something like Gitman?
post #131 of 563
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Anyone know how the shirts specifically the 1950's (its the slimmest one they offer I believe) fit? Measurements I got seem to say that the chest is quite loose, but are the arms and stuff still slim? How's the fit compared to something like Gitman?

I'm also interested in the difference between the 1940, the 1950, and Gitman. I've found that the 1940 in small is a nice stand in for the shirt Gitman should make between their small and medium, but I have no experience with the 1950 model.
post #132 of 563
Gitman small is smaller than the OL small for sure. OL also fits looong. I've had to get mine tailored, as I feel they are long even at 5'10."
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post #133 of 563
OL have also large cuffs, I had to move the buttons to lock them (never done before with other shirts)
post #134 of 563
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Gitman small is smaller than the OL small for sure. OL also fits looong. I've had to get mine tailored, as I feel they are long even at 5'10."

They are long. I love that they can be tucked in easily though.
post #135 of 563
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They are long. I love that they can be tucked in easily though.

I don't know, when shirts are that long, tucking the extra fabric in generally just means they are going to bunch out through the day. Just my experience anyway.

Going to get a couple flannels tailored today. They do use fucking nice materials, and have some awesome color combos and patterns. Once tailored they are some of my favorite flannels. If they had a better fit off the rack i'd go as far as to say they are some of the nicest flannels out there. I still think they are, kind of a pain in the ass to get them tailored, but worth it.

I have no experience with the 1950's fit. Looks like it is a bit more tailored. I'm just referring to 1940's.
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