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post #2341 of 4545
I haven't seen those prices + that selection + that availability of sizes anywhere else.

Still dislike that site thou'.
post #2342 of 4545

...with a 10% voucher it would be nice. Even in the EU they charge GBP 30 for delivery - which is ridiculous

post #2343 of 4545
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Originally Posted by prurient View Post

I haven't seen those prices + that selection + that availability of sizes anywhere else.
Still dislike that site thou'.

 

Well maybe not all in one place.  Still just about every piece that looks a good deal I've either already seen, can match or beat somewhere else (the latter with a code).  That being said they're not bad prices, especially for Flannels.  I mean they're still sitting on that gorgeous raw yellow SS12 Cameraman and it's only 50 quid less than the AW12 version. 

post #2344 of 4545
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Originally Posted by gjkirk View Post

The Surface jacket is on the Triads website, I have tried emailing them and no response and cant phone as I am in Oz at the moment. I think the XXL would be a 56.

Ta for the help.

Cheers

 

I mailed them and they stated that they list the 48 as a medium. Hence, the 50 would be L the 52 XL and 54 XXL.

post #2345 of 4545

Hey guys, here's a heads-up- I think I might sell my brand new with tags brown/orange Coastal Command shearling jacket in most sought after size- size 50. Anyone interested? The price I'd be asking would be 1200 GBP- it's as much as I payed for it.

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Originally Posted by NickJohannessen View Post

 

Prices look the same to me as they have been for a while now. They wrote on their FB page 30 minutes ago:

 

-50% & free worldwide shipping! use code : PAAAT2SPMF

 

They just announced on their FB page "-50% -60% on selected gear". No idea how to tell what might have the good discounts, but they certainly have an incredible selection of Cabourn.

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I've ordered from them before a couple of times and got hit with big customs charges.
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Marrkt has just announced a Cabourn Knitwear sale starting 14:00 CET on Thursday.

 

Anyone up for some hideously patterned knitwear at less than extortionate prices?

post #2349 of 4545
has anyone successfully altered a cameraman? 46 fits too large in shoulders and body and 44 is too hard to find at a reasonable price -_-
post #2350 of 4545
I've just ordered the last Henry Bowers Deck Jacket from Coggles. Waiting nervously now as I haven't even seen the jacket in the flesh let alone tried it on, there are not even many fit pics online. The pics I have seen make it look a bit shapeless so I guess it might be going back but it has been niggling at me for weeks so I had to take a punt.
Has anyone got first hand experience of it?
post #2351 of 4545
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Originally Posted by NickJohannessen View Post

Marrkt has just announced a Cabourn Knitwear sale starting 14:00 CET on Thursday.

 

Anyone up for some hideously patterned knitwear at less than extortionate prices?


Shotgun that one with brown boots on it..

post #2352 of 4545

cultizm & yoox have added some items & sizes from previous collections. I prefer cultizm as yoox tries to collect import tax in advance. Just ordered a cameraman jacket.smile.gif

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Originally Posted by benecios View Post

I've just ordered the last Henry Bowers Deck Jacket from Coggles. Waiting nervously now as I haven't even seen the jacket in the flesh let alone tried it on, there are not even many fit pics online. The pics I have seen make it look a bit shapeless so I guess it might be going back but it has been niggling at me for weeks so I had to take a punt.
Has anyone got first hand experience of it?

I always likes that jacket however it seems too close to my Crazy Mallory which I got this year.  I also have a funny feeling the Mallory is warmer (although not intended as an outdoor jacket) as it has a cotton lining.  The Bowers is simply unlined wool.

 

Post a picture of the fit when you get it.

 

Thanks

Gregg

post #2354 of 4545
too bad this season's puffa doesn't have the shearling collar, I liked it a lot on FW11 version although I couldn't stand the shoulder patches
post #2355 of 4545
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Originally Posted by buzzlulu View Post

I also have a funny feeling the Mallory is warmer (although not intended as an outdoor jacket) as it has a cotton lining. 

 

The Mallory not intended for outdoors? I'd say exactly the opposite is true.

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