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post #481 of 1042
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Originally Posted by intrinsik76 View Post
Just recieved the Desert Pant in RipStop Khaki, size 34. Unfortunately not the right fit for me and need to sell for retail paid. If interested, PM me.

Waist is 17.5 stretched tight on measure if anyone is wondering about sizing. I'd say about TTS and consistent with most EG pants.

Hmm..any fit pics of these? Haven't seen much other then the look book style pics and would love to see some real world shots. Also, what is retail on those? They are my size so I'm interested.




I'm loving EG this year. So far I have picked up the chambray workshirt, the blue/red flannel workshirt, and just last night I grabbed the black whipcord Bedford jacket. All great pieces that I think are going to see a whole lot of wear this fall and winter.
post #482 of 1042
Great picks slide13, any chance of fit pics?
post #483 of 1042
I can try for that later today or maybe tomorrow.
post #484 of 1042
one thing angelo mentioned to me when i stopped by on the first day was that the bedfords are going to be slimmed down next season. also, for the fans of DB items, apparently Daiki is not and whenever they appear its because angelo makes a push for them. He said it's something not likely to happen again. So those of you who own newports (there can't be many) hold on tight.
post #485 of 1042
"DB"?
post #486 of 1042
^ as in Double Breasted
post #487 of 1042
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Originally Posted by Arizor View Post
Just got through the charcoal workshirt. This is an L and I'm 6'2, 185lbs for thos wondering about fit.

The fabric is lovely but yes, the gussets are slightly high, I'd recommend wearing a tee underneath like I have.


great.is beatiful shirt
post #488 of 1042
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Originally Posted by pthree View Post
Tried on the Bike Jacket and Storm Parka at Barneys NY yesterday. The Bike Jacket seemed to fit well in S, but the Storm Parka seemed to be on the larger size (a la usual EG sizing)

The Storm Parka in Indigo Overdye is amazing. I'm not sure how well it would hold up in rain though, anybody have any details on the material used?

Can't wait to see what other materials/colors they release it in in coming seasons.
A note on the Storm Parka, i picked one up the other week, in olive. Its a really nice and warm jacket, fits like the regular parka. However i think the double layers of buttons to close it is a real pain in the...
post #489 of 1042
where may one find the black workshirt chambray in the LA area?
post #490 of 1042
Thanks Nic83.

Slide13, here are some pics of my desert pants in olive from earlier in the thread -
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post #491 of 1042
Thread Starter 
We have a pair of Desert Pant / Olive Reverse Sateen / size 30 / $185.00 up for grabs.
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post #493 of 1042
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Originally Posted by itsjustadrian View Post
where may one find the black workshirt chambray in the LA area?

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Originally Posted by JOA View Post
Legion Los Angeles might carry it. I know they have received their F/W stock.

You might be able to check American Rag on La Brea or the Steven Alan Annex in Venice as well.
post #494 of 1042
somebody was asking for the NY store #: 212 643 9540
post #495 of 1042
Here are some quick fit pics I snapped today of my EG items from this season. Blue chambray is a medium, flannel is a large, and Bedford jacket is a large as well. Chambray and Bedford fit pretty snug/slim on me, flannel fits pretty relaxed but that was what I was going for with that one.















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