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sick derbs http://www.singolare.org/shop2/index.php?route=product%2Fproduct&path=120_77&product_id=1854&sort=p.model&order=DESC

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I have those---they run a size, maybe size and a half large, for anyone interested.

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I have those---they run a size, maybe size and a half large, for anyone interested.

So if I wear a 40 in CPs I could maybe get away with a 39?
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So if I wear a 40 in CPs I could maybe get away with a 39?

 

I don't know anything about CP sizing so dunno, but ... maybe? I'm wearing mine with insoles and it works fine.

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CPs are pretty narrow though. Depends how wide your feet are. As a fairly true 39, they're loose in the heel and length, but the width is okay for me. Similar to ann ds in fit
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CPs are pretty narrow though. Depends how wide your feet are. As a fairly true 39, they're loose in the heel and length, but the width is okay for me. Similar to ann ds in fit

the newer ann d's supposedly fit narrower than older ones (archival?) from what I've heard/experienced

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They have an Engineered Garments flannel up for sale too. Still too small for me. 

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/121965252669?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649

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Only 7 hours left and seller is taking offers on a nice Nigel Cabourn Naval Shirt. Way too small for me. 

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/121963391542?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649

 

Hope someone likes it. 

 

maybe if you got off these cheeseburgers again you could fit that shirt randy bobandy

 

oh wait you don't even wear shirts, burger boy

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maybe if you got off these cheeseburgers again you could fit that shirt randy bobandy

oh wait you don't even wear shirts, burger boy

Haha, quoted for posterity.
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maybe if you got off these cheeseburgers again you could fit that shirt randy bobandy

 

oh wait you don't even wear shirts, burger boy

Don't worry about how many cheeseburgers I have eaten...I only count the store bought cheeseburgers...and I am cutting back on the burgers and eating a lot more popsicles. You damn well know I can't wear shirts cause of the rash. Lay off, and stop being such a d!%k. I am the trailer park supervisor now. Hey lady...Do you want to party? 

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Ok so I received the two jackets I ordered yesterday. One in Sand, the other Loden.

For whatever reason, the Sand is a decent amount nicer than Loden. It's softer, both on the outer leather and the "shearling". I haven't handled many shearling jackets but these don't scream out quality, at least not $1,500 worth. At $300, I have no problems. But as mentioned, the Sand one feels much nicer all around. Both have Lampo zippers. I'm not sure about the buckles and straps, but they are kind of noisy unstrapped.

Fit seems tts, I'm a 46 in most outerwear, maybe pushing slightly towards 48. And with these coming in at 48 in the smallest size, it fits me about right for a shearling, ever so slightly oversized.

Overall I'm glad I gave them a shot. I'll be keeping the Sand for sure, at this price you can't go wrong.
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Ok so I received the two jackets I ordered yesterday. One in Sand, the other Loden.

For whatever reason, the Sand is a decent amount nicer than Loden. It's softer, both on the outer leather and the "shearling". I haven't handled many shearling jackets but these don't scream out quality, at least not $1,500 worth. At $300, I have no problems. But as mentioned, the Sand one feels much nicer all around. Both have Lampo zippers. I'm not sure about the buckles and straps, but they are kind of noisy unstrapped.

Fit seems tts, I'm a 46 in most outerwear, maybe pushing slightly towards 48. And with these coming in at 48 in the smallest size, it fits me about right for a shearling, ever so slightly oversized.

Overall I'm glad I gave them a shot. I'll be keeping the Sand for sure, at this price you can't go wrong.

Seems they're out of stock on the Loden in 48. Do you wanna sell it on?
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pretty sure that has been on sale for an extra 60% off previously, if I'm remembering correctly
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I have those---they run a size, maybe size and a half large, for anyone interested.


You have them in 43?

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