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post #91 of 182
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Originally Posted by aravenel View Post

The Lavenhams are really nice... Just very difficult to find in the US.

Andy Trott menswear in Vancouver has a nice selection of Lavenham and Barbour as well. He has a website and will ship anywhere.
post #92 of 182
Yes, it is Armani Jeans, but anyone ever see this one in person?
http://www.farfetch.com/shopping/men/armani-jeans-padded-quilted-jacket-item-10289291.aspx

post #93 of 182
For something with less of a "gentleman hunter" vibe, Nanamica made a great wool down blazer last winter:

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Worn (weird angle) :

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post #94 of 182
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Where is this jacket available for sale? I didn't see it on the Boggi site. How's the fit?

post #95 of 182
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My buddy got this last night and I tried it on. It's quite light - best suited for a late spring/early fall temperatures.
By comparison, I had the infamous quilted Boggi jacket in my possession for a while and it was substantially heavier.

I have this, and it's quite nice. Solid slim fit, and not too shabbily priced ($325 retail, just under $200 at the moment due to RL's current sale).

post #96 of 182
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Where is this jacket available for sale? I didn't see it on the Boggi site. How's the fit?

It is from an older collection - there is one that TRINI owned that has been passed around the forums quite a bit (I owned it for a bit but it was too small for me, ditto the next owner). People on this forum love the jacket so much, it would almost be worth reaching out to Boggi to have them do an SF-limited run...
post #97 of 182
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Originally Posted by akatsuki View Post

It is from an older collection - there is one that TRINI owned that has been passed around the forums quite a bit (I owned it for a bit but it was too small for me, ditto the next owner). People on this forum love the jacket so much, it would almost be worth reaching out to Boggi to have them do an SF-limited run...

Might as well go balls-to-the-wall over-the-top (in true SF form) and get Mandelli to make one up in cashmere... nod[1].gif
post #98 of 182
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Might as well go balls-to-the-wall over-the-top (in true SF form) and get Mandelli to make one up in cashmere... nod[1].gif

I sort of want to, but then again, I've toyed with the idea of launching a site that featured one limited run item at a time... So something like this would work pretty well but I doubt it would be together in time for winter.
post #99 of 182
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Originally Posted by akatsuki View Post

It is from an older collection - there is one that TRINI owned that has been passed around the forums quite a bit (I owned it for a bit but it was too small for me, ditto the next owner). People on this forum love the jacket so much, it would almost be worth reaching out to Boggi to have them do an SF-limited run...

Pretty sure it's back available for sale up in the B&S forum. The saga continues...
post #100 of 182
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I sort of want to, but then again, I've toyed with the idea of launching a site that featured one limited run item at a time... So something like this would work pretty well but I doubt it would be together in time for winter.

Obviously the LL fabrics have taken off/are sustainable, but I dunno about other collaborations/exclusives out there. I'd be very interested to see how it would turn out. I think something like MTO shoes (from Rancourt or Carmina or someone that has flexible customization) would be easiest. Though I'm not too sure what all would be involved. Either way, intriguing idea.
post #101 of 182
Emailed Boggi to see about doing a run... Will see what minimums and pricing would be.
post #102 of 182
I would love to get one as long as it is not insanely priced
post #103 of 182
Jaygatsby28, I'm fond of Barbour's Liddesdale model. It goes all the way down to XS, which should fit even the slimmest of ectomorphs.
post #104 of 182
Thinking of picking up this Barbour but not sure which color to go with (black or olive). What do ya'll think?


post #105 of 182
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Had this delivered yesterday morning. Great fitting jacket. Love the corduroy finish and extra strap on the collar. The website image doesn't show this, but the jacket also has side pockets. That was a very pleasant surprise. As you can see, I added scarf/hat set [in merino wool] to my order. Very pleased with my purchase:

 

 

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