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post #931 of 1042
Yeah, I think I'll feel more comfortable in an L. If anyone wants to buy this PM me, I did indeed get it on sale so will sell it at sale price plus free shipping.
post #932 of 1042
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Originally Posted by daikon View Post
Or maybe this one at Bureau Belfast? Either way, the Large is available.

Thanks daikon, it the one at the Bureau but the exchange rate from pounds to dollars is a buzz kill. Does anyone know if The Bureau takes off VAT? From reading their FAQ, it seems like they don't.
post #933 of 1042
Hey I'm about to order the EG storm parka and was wondering what size to get? Im thinking a small but this would be my first EG piece so I'm not sure how to size, I'm 6' 148. Thanks
post #934 of 1042
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Just received my cable knit, opinion on fit, is it too tight? Will it stretch out some?:
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quick pic unbuttoned, sell or keep?:
I think it looks good as is if worn open with 1 layer under it (tshirt, turtleneck or BD) and I would only button it up if worn as mid layer under a parka or something, on its own it doesnt look too good buttoned up and I'd say even less buttoned + belted. If you were to size up, it'd be too bulky for a mid layer but it would probably work better as a top layer, worn more slouchy either open, belted-open or open-backbelted with a couple of layers under it, btw idk why but personally I dont think this item looks good buttoned + belted in any fit.
post #935 of 1042
I think you're spot on canstyleace, as ever. Either way, I think I'm still open to selling it if anyone is interested.
post #936 of 1042
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Originally Posted by nonissue View Post
How warm is it? That's a fucking sweet jacket, just don't think it would last me a calgary winter.

surprisingly warm for what it is. i had a flannel underneath and was good to go yesterday which was in the 20s. the ripstop cotton is pretty wind resistant. the double button front and the high collar flap is functional when it got windy.

be prepared to wear a couple of layers, after all its just ripstop cotton + thin blanket wool lining in the upper body.
post #937 of 1042
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I think you're spot on canstyleace, as ever. Either way, I think I'm still open to selling it if anyone is interested.
I say sell it to tonio, I personally like the slouchy and slightly long fit much more on that kind of knit, here's something similar I wear often.
post #938 of 1042
Nice fit, and agreed, I'm definitely open to selling this and getting an L. Whoever wants it, PM me and we'll sort it out.
post #939 of 1042
Anybody bought the pique fleece bike shirt? the one with faux button snaps, if so hows the fit?
post #940 of 1042
Should be getting mine from J+O in the next few days. Will post back w/ answers.
post #941 of 1042
^ thanks, especially interested in torso width throughout, want to know if its tuckable or not, btw did you get the xs or s?
post #942 of 1042
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Originally Posted by Ritchee View Post
Thanks daikon, it the one at the Bureau but the exchange rate from pounds to dollars is a buzz kill. Does anyone know if The Bureau takes off VAT? From reading their FAQ, it seems like they don't.

THey do.
post #943 of 1042
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Originally Posted by canstyleace View Post
^ thanks, especially interested in torso width throughout, want to know if its tuckable or not, btw did you get the xs or s?

I ordered the small, Figured i'd be able to at least give it a quick tumble dry without it becoming unwearable.
post #944 of 1042
Re CPO: I'm 5'11", 165 and got a large. The medium was a hair tight in chest, but I sized so I could wear over ocbd. Length is typical eg, meaning short...sorry don't know dims. I'd say it's on the larger size for eg, tho. I wear L in their shirting, too.
post #945 of 1042
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Re CPO: I'm 5'11", 165 and got a large. The medium was a hair tight in chest, but I sized so I could wear over ocbd. Length is typical eg, meaning short...sorry don't know dims. I'd say it's on the larger size for eg, tho. I wear L in their shirting, too.

It seems as if it's on the large size for eg - Gary said the P2P was 23 and the shoulders were 19 - my eg shirts in L run about 17.5 t0 18. Thanks for the info Gary and Peter, I appreciate it.
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