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post #181 of 2686
you guys do realize this is a repro and that is how they are supposed to fit, right? Probably should've done a little research before jumping that gun, hombres.
post #182 of 2686
To be fair, when I picture "repro cut sweatshirt" I don't think of something that would run small. Still, it is MIJ so that should have set some alerts off. Pretty weird they didn't get anything other than smedium though.
post #183 of 2686
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Originally Posted by booger View Post
you guys do realize this is a repro and that is how they are supposed to fit, right? Probably should've done a little research before jumping that gun, hombres.

Sorry, I don't read Japanese. Info on these sweatshirts was a little hard to come by... I looked.
post #184 of 2686
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Originally Posted by Django View Post
To be fair, when I picture "repro cut sweatshirt" I don't think of something that would run small. Still, it is MIJ so that should have set some alerts off. Pretty weird they didn't get anything other than smedium though.

Here's a small excerpt from Jcrew's description

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This sweatshirt"”a reproduction of pre-1950's style"”is the holy grail of fleece.

Sweatshirts of this era fit exactly how buyers have described it in this thread. It's gonna be shorter and slimmer than today's version. It's a reproduction so Warehouse pretty much got it right. Also, it's J. Crew carrying Warehouse. I don't believe that had any type of collaboration on the sweatshirt. That might be why only medium was available.
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post #186 of 2686
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Originally Posted by Kodiak View Post
Anyone get the latest J. Crew catalog that can tell me what colors pants the guy on page 108 is wearing? I can't figure out if its British Khaki or Dark Stone, or maybe even regular Khaki and the catalog doesn't seem to say...
Looks like BK to me. J.Crew have got to better their lighting or stop manufacturing ugly colors on their cloths.
post #187 of 2686
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Originally Posted by Thrifter View Post
Yes, another WTF here on the fit of the Warehouse sweatshirt. I haven't made up my mind yet if I'll keep it. I have an athletic build and the seams on the shoulders pull past my shoulder line and the arms are still almost too short. Quality is awesome though. Very slim... might even be uncomfortable to wear any other shirt underneath.

I almost want to try stretching it out to my desired size for that 'lived in' look.

I'll wait until I can get home from work and try it with some jeans before I make up my mind.

this is the reason why i never bought a vintage repro sweatshirt from japanese brands because of how they fit even though i love the quality and construction of them.

i went with the jcrew vintage fleece sweatshirt and it fits the way i want, while still being slim for a sweatshirt.
post #188 of 2686
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Originally Posted by mhpragematter View Post

TOO LITTLE TOO LATE!!!


I waited 3 years for J Crew to bring back the medium tall.
I switched to Modern Tailor and will not go back. For the price of a J Crew RTW shirt I can make a mtm shirt with the same fabric.
post #189 of 2686
The B&R have some more flannels. Much nicer looking one's than the websites'.
post #190 of 2686
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Originally Posted by Guus View Post
The B&R have some more flannels. Much nicer looking one's than the websites'.

Yea I just bought the brown/yellow one. Style number pulls up nothing online. A bunch of the ones that came in today were like that.
post #191 of 2686
I have the regular marled fleece crewneck and can attest to its quality. It looks much nicer in person than it does on the website (bigger loops, better ribbing) and fits quite well too - I'm 6'0" and don't find it short at all. If anyone isn't looking forward to being on a waiting list for the Warehouse version/wants to save $100, then the regular J. Crew version this season is a very good option.
post #192 of 2686
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Originally Posted by Crazy View Post
I have the regular marled fleece crewneck and can attest to its quality. It looks much nicer in person than it does on the website (bigger loops, better ribbing) and fits quite well too - I'm 6'0" and don't find it short at all. If anyone isn't looking forward to being on a waiting list for the Warehouse version/wants to save $100, then the regular J. Crew version this season is a very good option.

just saw those at the store today...theyre awesome, thicker and softer than the s/s sweatshirt that i have.

had a lot of new button ups that arent online and the flannels look smaller/slimmer in general..
post #193 of 2686
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Originally Posted by pokpok View Post
just saw those at the store today...theyre awesome, thicker and softer than the s/s sweatshirt that i have.

had a lot of new button ups that arent online and the flannels look smaller/slimmer in general..

I noticed the flannels looking s/s, too. Looks like they're finally realizing what the consumer has noticed for a long time now.
post #194 of 2686
I've worn my Warehouse sweatshirt a few times and it's starting to break in and fit really well.
post #195 of 2686
http://www.jcrew.com/AST/Browse/Mens...8218/28218.jsp Picked that one up last week, love the "cranberry" red
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