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post #3601 of 4497
I think the cameraman would be too hot if there was a liner under the mac material, but I think it works pretty well

if only I wasn't too fat to wear mine!
post #3602 of 4497
This may be posted somewhere in the hundreds of pages, but is there a list of all of the online stores that carry Cabourn?
post #3603 of 4497
There's a list of stockists on the Cabourn site if that's any help.

For the Cameraman, I think it's been said before but the warmth is all about what you wear under it. I would think that with something properly warm like an Inverallan you would be OK with most situations that didn't involve standing around outside for long periods of time.

I find that wearing more layers becomes ineffective after a point anyway; below a certain temp it's more about covering everything exposed with gloves, hat, scarf etc.
post #3604 of 4497
Yeah the Mac material on the cameraman does a decent job blocking wind. Always find my shoulders cold lol
post #3605 of 4497
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

MoK mentioned awhile back, that he wore his in -10C.
I do as well. With a warm wool knit, it's perfect for snowy days.
post #3606 of 4497

Looking to get the "Classic Mallory" would like some sizing info. Am suit size US 39/40...5'10 weight 165/170 lbs. 31"/32" waist.

 

Will layer knits under jacket, END's measurements are on the Medium/50 are PTP 21.5 sounds good to me ?

 

Thoughts/feedback ?

 

Thanks.........

post #3607 of 4497
i'm pretty much the same size as you and you're right to go for a 50 if you want to layer. i could just about squeeze into a 48 but it was very tight, particularly around the shoulders.
post #3608 of 4497

^ Thanks, unable to try befor I buy....Need the input, much appreciated.

post #3609 of 4497

Ha, Between time I post and the time I go to buy.......IT sells out in the 50......

 

"The Game is Afoot"   Henry V 1597

post #3610 of 4497
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Originally Posted by Mon Dieu View Post
 

Looking to get the "Classic Mallory" would like some sizing info. Am suit size US 39/40...5'10 weight 165/170 lbs. 31"/32" waist.

 

Will layer knits under jacket, END's measurements are on the Medium/50 are PTP 21.5 sounds good to me ?

 

Thoughts/feedback ?

 

Thanks.........

 

That ptp measurement is off.  It's more like 22.5" on the 50.  

post #3611 of 4497

Found 2 on Asian and 2 on EU (Ushow) etc....All 50's, am know much confused on sizing...Those that list, measure PTP as 21.5" it is very inconvenient/expensive to return out of US..

 

Am I also too assume that the 48 is also missed sized by a inch + ?

 

What 2 Do, What 2 Do LOL

post #3612 of 4497
Just get the 50, better to size up than size down. Any tailor worth a damn can bring the chest in, if required.
post #3613 of 4497

^Tried the 48 on today, its too small even with just a shirt let alone with a sweater on....To bad was 40% off. Ordered the 50 in the "Indigo", should be good.

  For those who don't know they are really nice jackets, Keep eying the "Arctic Parka" its totally over the top.....

 

  Thanks for the feed back and have fun.

post #3614 of 4497
Has anyone tried any of the cashmere pieces this season? Only noticed them as I was looking around to see what I may get come sale season. End have a cameraman that looks really nice but only a size 46 and both Corniche and Superdenim have the wide lapel jacket and matching waistcoats. Bit pricey mind but may be worth it for some if the fabric is anything like that on the duffle.

Shame they seemed to drop so late or did I just imagine that?
post #3615 of 4497
Where is it 40 percent off?
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