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post #871 of 2686
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Originally Posted by aphextwin07 View Post
are these the same sportcoat? first pic is from their new mad. ave store and second is the one thats online right now.




I think the 1 on the mannequin is the Khaki herringbone, the other image is the Charcoal. That's just what it looks like to me, I could very well be mistaken.

And of course that lovely Fair Isle sweater I can't wait to buy...
post #872 of 2686
bought the fair isle today and wore it home - also picked up the selvedge chambray shirt which is very nice and a few sweaters
post #873 of 2686
anyone who has a 20% off coupon they aren't going to use, I'd appreciate it.
post #874 of 2686
How's the fit and quality on the halborn trench? I'm thinking about possibly picking that up for the winter, haven't found it in store though.
post #875 of 2686
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Originally Posted by mikeharo View Post
bought the fair isle today and wore it home - also picked up the selvedge chambray shirt which is very nice and a few sweaters

How does the fair isle fit?
post #876 of 2686
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Originally Posted by ceekay View Post
lookin for a coat. im small. im like 5'6 but i generally wear jcrew small.. its just a bit long if its untucked
does any one have any experience with this jacket:
http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/o...9666/29666.jsp

i mean i really liked this one:
http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/o...9895/19895.jsp

but i noticed his hand is his pocket seems to be holding back a lot of length... i need something short.. any help please?

I'm the same height as you. I don't know your other measurements, but my dress shirt size is a 15.5" neck and 33" sleeves. My chest is 40" (I've found that I need to size about a 38S or else the waist needs to be brought in and if I wear a 36S the upper arm area is too tight, but of course depends on the brand of jacket) My natural waist is 31-32, but wear 29-30 sized items in most. I chatted with their online help getting jacket lengths. Small is the lowest I can go because of my chest size so all of these lengths are for small or size 38.

Field mechanic's jacket: 30"

British Millerain oilcloth field jacket: 29.5" (I knew this because I had received one and returned it, but asked the length to make sure they were giving me proper lengths)

Barbour® Sylkoil Bedale jacket (Size 38): 30"

Baracuta® G9 Harrington Jacket (Size 38): 27.25"

Those are the only ones I asked about. I didn't ask about the woodland. I'm going to guess it's 30" from the back of the collar, but you can use the chat on their site and ask them yourself.
post #877 of 2686
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Originally Posted by racknac View Post
anyone who has a 20% off coupon they aren't going to use, I'd appreciate it.

There's a 20% off coupon? Would appreciate one too!
post #878 of 2686
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Originally Posted by mikeharo View Post
bought the fair isle today and wore it home - also picked up the selvedge chambray shirt which is very nice and a few sweaters

were u able to use the student discount on the fair isle?
post #879 of 2686
anyone has a 20% off coupon... i am willing to pay for it! let me know!
post #880 of 2686
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Originally Posted by tit_tyrant View Post
How does the fair isle fit?

The fit is pretty standard - I'm a 38 sportcoat/32 waist/15 neck and the medium is a comfy fit. You may want to size down if you want a tighter fit but I went with medium for the comfy fall sweater feel.


I was able to use the student discount on everything: chambray shirt, fair isle, a few sweaters, and some undershirts. This was a King of Prussia mall. I like that store more than the Chestnut St one for all the Philly people reading.
post #881 of 2686
men's shop in copley place opens today, might drop by this afternoon
post #882 of 2686
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Originally Posted by Phiberglass View Post
Wow, I'm surprised you tall guys can fit into this stuff. I guess I prefer my sleeves and body length to be longer on stuff. I'm 6'2 180 lbs. I wear a 16.5 collar and 34/35 arms.

I can't fit into anything less than a Large at J.Crew. I recently picked up some crew neck pocket tees (2 large-tall and one large) The large talls fit pretty good, the regular large is just about perfect, barely cutting it on the length. The Henleys I needed to size up to the XL because the Large was body and sleeves were too short.

There's no way I could fit into a small, let alone a medium.

Large-Talls are just about perfect for me. I like being able to wear my sleeves down and not having to roll them up because they are too short.
post #883 of 2686
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Originally Posted by Stewbone View Post

Just to update my previous comment, they are 3 months old. Ive worn them for 10-20 times. I also have hand rubbed a thin layer of mink oil on them. The picture is for you to judge.

Im hoping they keep fading as there going to get a ton of wear this fall.

Those look like a carbon copy of a Clarks' "Roar" but with a different sole.

post #884 of 2686
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Originally Posted by Johdus Fanfoozal View Post
Those look like a carbon copy of a Clarks' "Roar" but with a different sole.


They're both brown, that's really about it.
post #885 of 2686
Did anybody else pick-up the woodland jacket and have an opinion on the fit/look of the jacket?

Is the jacket heavy enough to wear during the winter months (I live in Philadelphia)?

I haven't had time to get up to a store but I am thinking about placing an online order soon.

Just looking for some thoughts/opinions/pics before I go through with the purchase.

Thanks in advance.
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