On a side, maybe related note, the womens Camerman looks amazing.
If anyone was looking for an Everest Parka in yellow, it's for sale at superdenim at the moment:
Well either that or she'll want that Camerman for herself. Of course you cold always tell her what an amazing deal you got by showing her an old link and then explaining they had this 25% off coupon code.
Thanks for the heads up zazaza. Grabbed that Camo Mallory now that I know my Mallory size. According to the description it's an Inventory exclusive. I've always wanted the Tenzing but based on the size charts and the feedback here (turunen I believe) I've always felt the fit would be off and I'd have to get a 54 while I'm a 50 Cameraman. So I'm glad to get it and I hope it fits. Good deal at $380US shipped too.
Yeah, LRF has had those prices for a couple weeks now. Tried for the Mallory the day it went down and apparently missed it by hours as they cancelled my order.
If anyone is looking at the Cameramen on Yoox I'd make an account if you don't already have one and put in your "Dream Box". Yoox does codes, usually about 10%, but they recently did 15% if the item was in your Dream Box. So it'd be good to get on their email list as well.
Need some help here from those of you that have Mallory or Cameraman jackets (to start with, we may expand the project later on):
Could you measure the pit to pit and underarm measurements, along with the marked size of the jacket and season (if known) and PM me?
The reason for asking is a discussion I'm having with ^^ (Mr B) about sizing and Cabourns apparently random approach to it. We've measured 5 of our own Mallorys so far and the results are these:
Navy 52 AW10 57/44 (22.5, 17.3)
Army stripes 50 AW10 57/44 (22.5, 17.3)
Crazy 52 AW12 58.5/45.5 (23, 18)
Brown 52 AW12 57 (22.5)
Green 52 AW12. 57 (22.5)
Sizing is pit to pit and underarm length, in centimetres (and inches)
Would like to get some more data on this, and also for the Cameraman. From the above it looks like two of the five jackets have the wrong size marked! Getting proper measurements documented would be a good help in identifying sizing (given that so far marked sizing has a 40% chance of being wrong...)