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post #106 of 385
I recall reading somewhere that there were raw and one-wash variants of the shooting shirt. I'd definitely expect to see some shrinkage on the raw. Hot soak should do the trick, if not toss it in the dryer too. Fit pics would be great too!
post #107 of 385
Just to reiterate, size on on those truckers if you can find one. I'm 5'8 190 and cant even button my Large.

NYC (all 4 levis stores) are sold out of the trucker in XL. Great.
post #108 of 385
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Originally Posted by slide13 View Post
Wow...got the shirt in today and it is HUGE. I ordered a medium and was a little afraid it might be too small as I'm 6' 200lbs. It's not small at all and it fits really big. That being said, the material feels like completely raw denim...thick and stiff. Tag says dry clean only....I wonder what a hot wash/hot dry would do to it. PTP measures about 24" right now. Can't decide if I'll try the hot wash or if I need to return it and maybe try a small if possible.

whaaa??
post #109 of 385
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Originally Posted by Whiskey View Post
whaaa??

There's a Filson shirt, too.
post #110 of 385
If the shirts raw you may want to hot wash/dry it, would shrink significantly.
post #111 of 385
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Originally Posted by shoreman1782 View Post
I blame robin.

sockpuppets, if you had a problem with the over-oiled finish, why buy another Filson oil-finish tin cloth jacket?

I've seen the one I linked to, it was nowhere near as saturated. I like the oil finish, it just needs to be manageable. The primary reason I'm getting rid of my trucker jacket is fit.
post #112 of 385
Does anyone have an XL they're looking to get rid of?
post #113 of 385
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Does anyone have an XL they're looking to get rid of?

+1
post #114 of 385
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Originally Posted by chiamdream View Post
Pretty nice jacket. Sizing up one seems about right. I wear a medium in pretty much everything J. Crew; this is a large.
Well, you bought a jacket that's a size too big for you. What the fuck is wrong with this forum all of a sudden?
post #115 of 385
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Well, you bought a jacket that's a size too big for you.

What the fuck is wrong with this forum all of a sudden?

Stop trolling.
post #116 of 385
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Originally Posted by the_state View Post
Does anyone have an XL they're looking to get rid of?

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Originally Posted by interlockingny View Post
+1

Keep checking Filson.com. The jacket has been in and out of stock there, and late last night they had both L and XL shown available.
post #117 of 385
Also was surprised that this is set up as a real shooting shirt...has a nylon backing over the one shoulder pad area that opens with velcro so you can put an actual pad in there I believe. Wasn't really expecting that on this shirt.
post #118 of 385
Is Levi's supposed to get a restock or is this a one-shot thing?
post #119 of 385
As a data point, my jacket isn't oily at all - certainly nothing like what others are describing.
post #120 of 385
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Stop trolling.

It's hard to tell conclusively because of the pose and also because he didn't button it, but looking at the left shoulder, the shoulders seem 1.5-2" too big for him.
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