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Originally Posted by Eric Gill Sans View Post

And Corniche!

Thanks! .. but they still don't have my size, they don't seem to ever stock 46s for some reason. (I promised myself a blue Mallory this winter so if I can't find an indigo one shortly I guess I'll "settle" for navy.)

I like the pieces at Trunk, not very many of them but it's all good stuff. Trunk seem to be pretty good generally about keeping to a cohesive aesthetic.
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A bit later than promised, but here's a couple of pics of the bomber I picked up at the Rugged Museum last week:

 

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That is beautiful, what's the material?
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Originally Posted by Arizor View Post

That is beautiful, what's the material?

 

It's a treated medium-weight cotton canvas treated by Olmetex, an Italian company that specializes in waterproofing fabrics.

 

Edit: I've done some searching and apparently, this is a Somerville jacket (maybe from A/W 2009?).


Edited by FlyingMonkey - 9/4/13 at 9:48pm
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Originally Posted by benecios View Post

Thinking about a Ventile Camerman in the sales but they only seem to have 48's, I take a 50 in the 'regular' Cameraman, was wondering if the Ventile one is a bit of a larger fit with it being a bit more 'floaty' and not as rigid. Has anyone any experience of the Ventile one?

I have last s/s Ventile cameraman , take 56 , but 54 would be good .. as you say , not as rigid , and dont sweat like mad .. Ventile is superb in the Cameraman ..

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Does Corniche or trunk post measurements anywhere? I'm always between a 46 and 48 in NC so without measurements, it's a guessing game.

Also, is the clip jacket not being made anymore? I have not seen one in a long time.
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USHOWU appear to be getting different stuff, then again they normally carry more than most of Cabourn. They just posted a Bauger X Cabourn Bomber jacket on their Facebook page:

 

https://www.facebook.com/UshowU?hc_location=stream

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shame Ushowu dont answer their emails or messages on facebook ..

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Does anyone know if there is a tweed and ventile cameraman this season or do all the classic cameramen jackets still use Mackintosh?
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iSN'T THE cRAZY CAMO ONE THAT ?

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Originally Posted by Phil McCrackin View Post

iSN'T THE cRAZY CAMO ONE THAT ?

Cheers but I'm pretty sure that's Mackintosh on the top part.
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Wonder if any store in Europe will pick up this jacket? Regret passing on last seasons crazy Mallory and this might be an ok substitute.





Also some nice photos of the collection here http://www.alextelfer.com/nigel-cabourn-aw-14
Edited by Biggen - 9/6/13 at 5:10am
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bit too busy that for me , Mallory is a very smart coat though ..

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Cheers but I'm pretty sure that's Mackintosh on the top part.

 

 

Not seeing anything and my guess is you won't see one.  I would think that the tweed lower is too "heavy" if you will for ventile.  By that I mean the ventile isn't structured enough to have tweed as a lower.  I feel like it just wouldn't work well as a combination.

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says Ventile on the label ..

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