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post #196 of 224
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Originally Posted by bowvalley2000 View Post
thanks tonio.

jhoo04-get both!

On second thought it looks terrible. If it's a medium, if I have too, I will take it off your hands. You don't want to leave the house looking like that.
post #197 of 224
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Originally Posted by Oldboy View Post
My entire wardrobe is mostly blue, grey, charcoal, olive, lots of plaid....I guess solid bright colors are just not my thing. If the green trail parka was more of a forest green I might've considered it.

Get out of the rut. Gold sounds it would work perfectly with navy and olives to me.
post #198 of 224
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Originally Posted by jhoo04 View Post
On second thought it looks terrible. If it's a medium, if I have too, I will take it off your hands. You don't want to leave the house looking like that.

LOL. Can I give you some money to take it off my hands? (it is a small by the way).
post #199 of 224
What is the difference between "Woolrich" and "Woolrich Woolen Mills"? As I see nothing that is posted in this thread on Woolrich.com

Is WWM the more fashion forward division of the Woolrich brand, or are they completely separate?


Sorry if this has been answered before... I searched the thread but had no luck.
post #200 of 224
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Originally Posted by bowvalley2000 View Post
LOL. Can I give you some money to take it off my hands? (it is a small by the way).

bow i pm'd you ... hit me back bro thx!
post #201 of 224
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Originally Posted by aphextwin07 View Post

lol i went to high school with this du
post #202 of 224
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Originally Posted by Bona Drag View Post
lol i went to high school with this du

is that a good or a bad thing hah

i think barneys and a few bloomies still have the parka so you should call up and ask an SA nicely to find your medium dude ^^^
post #203 of 224
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Originally Posted by leeFX View Post
What is the difference between "Woolrich" and "Woolrich Woolen Mills"? As I see nothing that is posted in this thread on Woolrich.com

Is WWM the more fashion forward division of the Woolrich brand, or are they completely separate?


Sorry if this has been answered before... I searched the thread but had no luck.

Here you go...

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Originally Posted by MiniW View Post
seems like more of a streetwear question but I'll go ahead and answer

there are 3 lines of Woolrich right now.

Woolrich Woolen Mills (WWM) - to me is the most desireable. It is designed currently by Daiki Suzuki who also designs engineered garments. The fit is spot on, slim but not skin tight. The pieces are expensive and attractive but it is possible to get decent deals on ebay or yoox every now and then.

Woolrich by John Rich & Bros - this is the European Woolrich which from what I have seen, is the same quality as regular woolrich but has slightly better designs (though mostly nothing outstanding) and should have a slimmer, more modern fit. Pieces are very expensive, like WWM at retail, but bargains can be had on ebay. The tags are blue I believe with yellow writing. They say John Rich & Bros on the tags. This line has nothing to do with Daiki or WWM.

Woolrich - this is the original American line, ho hum, equivalent to LL Bean or Land's end. Pieces are good quality I am sure like the other American outdoor clothiers but the fit is awful and a size small in this line would probably fit like a size Large in the other lines. The items are generally low in cost but not worth it IMO unless you really need something strictly utilitarian.

hope this helps!
post #204 of 224
I'm looking for the WWM Ranger pant in Olive, size 32/33.

They are working out at £200 in the UK though. Any US members seen these on Sale/know where I can cop a bit cheaper?

Thanks.
post #205 of 224
Anyone have any experience with the Labrador Parka? Specifically: I have measurements, and it seems like I should get a large, but 24 in p2p seems mental. I do have a 42" chest though and the model on TBS is wearing a large. Go for it? Is it waterproof/water resistant?
post #206 of 224
Can anyone here comment on how the Trail Parka this season fits? I'm picking one up from slide13 (shout out for being a great seller!), but am slightly worried that it will be too loose on me. I've scoured through this thread, but have seen some conflicting information, so I'm thoroughly confused. I'm a 39 - 40" chest and have 17.5" shoulders. 5 foot 8. I weigh 160-165 pounds. The Trail Parka that I picked up is a size medium. I really hope it fits. I've never handled any WWM before, and this jacket looks killer (well, bowvalley2000's fits do, anyway).
post #207 of 224
Should be perfect, pretty much the same measurements as you and M was bang on.
post #208 of 224
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Originally Posted by jslade View Post
Can anyone here comment on how the Trail Parka this season fits? I'm picking one up from slide13 (shout out for being a great seller!), but am slightly worried that it will be too loose on me. I've scoured through this thread, but have seen some conflicting information, so I'm thoroughly confused.

I'm a 39 - 40" chest and have 17.5" shoulders. 5 foot 8. I weigh 160-165 pounds.

The Trail Parka that I picked up is a size medium.

I really hope it fits. I've never handled any WWM before, and this jacket looks killer (well, bowvalley2000's fits do, anyway).


Bang on for medium. I'm 5' 10" 165lbs and wear a medium.
post #209 of 224
Thanks guys, I appreciate the responses. Really looking forward to feeling this piece in person. Even if it ends up being a tad loose, there's always the option of saving it for a little later in the year than it's intended for, and putting a layer or two beneath it.
post #210 of 224
Hey, Yoox.com removed all the WWM from their web site...WTF?
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