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post #106 of 4492
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Originally Posted by zissou View Post
Thanks, guys. It's one of the best purchases ever for me. Tip: watch Opening Ceremony come sale time. I picked it up for 75% off.


I agree, although I also like the all-navy and the stone/olive versions. There's a bright orange or blue one with windowpane tweed that make me wonder....

The Mallory looks great, Johnny! I'd love to have one myself... someday. There is a navy herringbone version that I like.

Cameraman fits you perfectly, have you tried on any since then? Like the SS10 or FW10 versions? Just asking because I feel like the size 48 I tried on fits exactly like how your 50 does on you, would be curious if they changed sizing or if there is really just a pretty small difference between 48 and 50.
post #107 of 4492
Nah, I live in the middle of nowhere, so the only stuff I try on is what I buy. Keep in mind, I am wearing a buttondown and sweater under mine, and with my hands in the pockets, it looks a little slimmer than it really is.
post #108 of 4492
I've been hesitating for a while to order a second Cabourn flight jacket. I bought one a few weeks ago from the latest superdenim sale. I'm size 40R and the navy one size 50 I've got is a bit tight, so i cannot wear it with a thick sweater. The jacket is lined and fine for spring and fall. So I just ordered another one in brown size 52 from flannelsfashion. Today only they have free worldwide shipping and with the VAT deduction is a fair price (a bit more expensive than it was onclearance at superdenim). I know this not an iconic Cabourn item, as the cameraman jacket, but I like it for a younger and more fitted look. There's are still other items from previous collections.
post #109 of 4492
End has some nice prices on Mallory jackets, especially when you take off VAT. (no 50 ) Tres Bien Shop has a 20% off sale on outerwear, including Cabourn, and another 20% off for folks outside of the EU. Although, a lot of the Cabourn seems to be sold out. I am shocked that so many shops seem to be sold out of the Everest parka. Oh, and Flannels and OC have their SS Cabourn on sale.
post #110 of 4492
^Still high prices for most of the current season outerwear After placing my order from Flannels I received this email from them. I accept their conditions, but this is a bit annoying: ------- Thank you for your order placed with Flannels Fashion on 8th December 2010. Due to the prevention of on-line fraud it is standard practice for Flannels Fashion to require a recent bank statement or any other official document for all overseas orders that corresponds to the card billing address. For your order to be dispatched we must receive this document no later than 14th December 2010. Please ensure to delete all personal information such as any transactions. We only require to see the card billing address. Please be assured that your information will be destroyed once it has been verified. Unfortunately if we do not receive an e-mail or fax copy of your bank statement before the stated date your order will be cancelled and a full refund processed to your card. -------
post #111 of 4492
That is absurd.
post #112 of 4492
Wow, what a pain in the ass. Not only are you sending personal info via fax/internet, but they have to hold the item for up to a week before they know if it actually sells. What if you want it to be shipped to a different address?
post #113 of 4492
Cultizm has pretty reasonable prices. Non-EU customers don't pay VAT and shipping is free on orders over $350 IIRC.
post #114 of 4492
Woah, I had no idea they were selling Cabourn stuff. Those are decent prices.
post #115 of 4492
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Originally Posted by JohnnyLaw View Post
I got my Harris Tweed Mallory jacket today and it's great. Heavyweight tweed, great construction and nicely cut. I wear a size S in the Engineered Garments jackets I've owned and the size 46 is perfect.
Any chance you could post some measurements? I was looking at End's sizing chart, which means I should need a 52! I wear a M in my EG Andover, and it fits like a glove. \tPit to Pit\tBack\t Shoulder\t Arm 48\t20"\t 30"\t 16.5“\t 18" 50\t21.5"\t 31"\t 17.5“\t 18.5" 52\t22.25"\t31.75“ 19“\t 19.5"
post #116 of 4492
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Originally Posted by zissou View Post
Any chance you could post some measurements? I was looking at End's sizing chart, which means I should need a 52! I wear a M in my EG Andover, and it fits like a glove. \tPit to Pit\tBack\t Shoulder\t Arm 48\t20"\t 30"\t 16.5“\t 18" 50\t21.5"\t 31"\t 17.5“\t 18.5" 52\t22.25"\t31.75“ 19“\t 19.5"
My size 46 is 20" pit to pit, 17" shoulder, 26" sleeve and 30" length. I usually wear a size 36 jacket so the Mallory seems TTS. Keep in mind that the tweed is pretty thick.
post #117 of 4492
Thanks, man. Looks like my instincts of 50 fitting me were right on.
post #118 of 4492
20% off plus 17.5% off (VAT) plus free shipping on all Cabourn jackets at Oi Polloi. Cameraman, Everest parka, storm parka.
post #119 of 4492
UK VAT rises to 20% from 1 January..ffffssss. Come then, it will be cheaper to get a prepay mastercard stateside and pick it up when on business travel at designated hotel.

Coggles stawk have orange and blue everests.
post #120 of 4492
up to 25% off Cabourn at superdenim.co.uk
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