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post #916 of 1042
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Originally Posted by Aries83 View Post
Just received my cable knit, opinion on fit, is it too tight? Will it stretch out some?:
Looks excellent to me.
post #917 of 1042
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Originally Posted by Aries83 View Post
Just received my cable knit, opinion on fit, is it too tight? Will it stretch out some?:

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Originally Posted by kgmessier View Post
Looks excellent to me.

Looks like a good fit to me as well.
post #918 of 1042
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Originally Posted by Ritchee View Post
Hi guys - has anyone seen the Classic Shirt in Charcoal plaid flannel? I'm looking for a large. Thanks!!
It's available at Odin in New York - is this what you're looking for?
post #919 of 1042
Thanks guys, I just need it to stretch a tiny bit and I'll be happy with it I think. Lovely thick material, very comfortable.
post #920 of 1042
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Originally Posted by daikon View Post
It's available at Odin in New York - is this what you're looking for?
Or maybe this one at Bureau Belfast? Either way, the Large is available.
post #921 of 1042
Shawl Collar cardigan looks great man...damn now you've got it in my head
post #922 of 1042
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Originally Posted by Aries83 View Post
Thanks guys, I just need it to stretch a tiny bit and I'll be happy with it I think. Lovely thick material, very comfortable.

It does look great, though I'd like to have it a bit more lose personally, but as is it looks pretty good. What size is that and what sizes do you typically wear our of curiosity as I have my eye on that one too. Did you happen to try it in a size up from the one you got and if so, how did that one fit in comparison?
post #923 of 1042
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Originally Posted by mongki View Post
i actually dont like how it's lined with wool.

i would get itchy if i were wearing just a tshirt underneath.

i will just wait and see if EG comes with lighter version of storm parka

Felt the exact way when I tried it on. I would much prefer it in a summer version.

BTW it took me a while to realize that the storm parka comes in two shades of green, the one pictured above and a lighter army green (with white strings instead of green ones).
post #924 of 1042
Thanks guys. Should stretch a bit, is 3% nylon. I usually wear an M in the workshirts, they're a pretty much spot on fit, and this is also an M. I'm 6'2, 185lbs and a 40 chest.
post #925 of 1042
i think it'd look better a little slouchier.
post #926 of 1042
^ I concur. With the fabric of the cardigan being so thick it seems like it's better off a little larger and looser.

Maybe it's just that you have it buttoned and belted. Can you send pics of it open?
post #927 of 1042
quick pic unbuttoned, sell or keep?:
post #928 of 1042
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Originally Posted by pokpok View Post
got my EG storm parka from boutique U&I today





How warm is it? That's a fucking sweet jacket, just don't think it would last me a calgary winter.
post #929 of 1042
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Originally Posted by Aries83 View Post
quick pic unbuttoned, sell or keep?:

Sell to me assuming you got it on sale haha.

Looks good, but would defintely do better with a more loose fit as I initially thought as well, but it would work as a top layer below a coat with slimmer silhouette.
post #930 of 1042
aries - it certainly looks better unbuttoned but it just depends on how you want to wear it. i kind of think that buttoned up and belted makes it look a little like lounge wear.
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