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post #3676 of 4168
No, I believe it's a new thing for this season.

I'm sure everyone has different feelings about it, but to me, it seems like a way for them to jack up the prices even more.
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Anyone know what Barney's carried this year?  Site has been sparse for some time.

post #3678 of 4168
Yesterday the flagship had:

Army Donegal business jacket
Army Donegal Formal Pants
Grey Christmas Crewneck (don't remember the official name)
Christmas Knit Vest
Orange Duffle

Maybe an item or two more, but can't remember.
post #3679 of 4168
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Originally Posted by BLAUGRANA View Post

Anyone know what Barney's carried this year?  Site has been sparse for some time.

Call the Madison store to place an order
post #3680 of 4168
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Originally Posted by Eric Gill Sans View Post

I'm off to Austria skiing on Saturday for a week and I'm sorting out what to take and wear

Last year I took my Antarctic Parka and wore the Cold Weather Parka as a ski jacket

I fancy a change this year

So

I think I'm going to wear this as my jacket when not skiing


The Coastal Command jacket 2011 in brown with the orange hood

It's not had as much wear as I would have liked over the last couple of years mainly because it is heavy and stiff. It's catch 22 - a leather shearling jacket needs plenty of wear to soften it up but before then it's pretty stiff and uncomfortable.

So hopefully if I live in it for a week it will wear in and get a bit grubby

For skiing I'm going to wear the navy Cape Cameraman as my main ski jacket on top of a navy 4 way roll neck with some non Cabourn navy ski pants
I'm also taking the Scott collection Wilson Overpants to wear tobogganing or as back up sallopettes

Anybody worn any other Cabourn as ski wear?


I was snowboarding in France last week and thought of this post. I met a group of boarders and skiers wearing non skiwear. Two in Cabourn camerman, one in an awesome olive SAS smock and another I initially thought was a Burton from a few seasons back but was actually a US desert goretex ECWCS parka. All looked really good.

post #3681 of 4168
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I was snowboarding in France last week and thought of this post. I met a group of boarders and skiers wearing non skiwear. Two in Cabourn camerman, one in an awesome olive SAS smock and another I initially thought was a Burton from a few seasons back but was actually a US desert goretex ECWCS parka. All looked really good.

Great to hear that others expunge the ubiquitous ski wear in favour of something a bit different

I ended up taking my Cabourn navy ventile classic parka and wearing that as my main ski jacket this year although it was so warm in Austria for most of the days I only had my Cabourn 4 way navy sweater on over a merino wool base layer.

I took my Coastal Command Leather Jacket and wore it on the journey, evenings and when not skiing which was beautifully warm
post #3682 of 4168
Does Corniche ever offer Extra discount codes or go to Final Sale?
post #3683 of 4168

anyone dealt with 14oz ? regarding Cabourn ?

strange such a good shop , with so many great labels yet no website ..

post #3684 of 4168
they do have a website: http://www.14oz-berlin.com

but no online web commerce.

have you tried emailing them?
post #3685 of 4168

I have , but takes a while for a reply , but that doesn't compensate for a webpage to look at items ..

post #3686 of 4168
Viberg mentioned a Zurich retailer, which is one of their best retailer and they are the same way, all brick and mortar.
post #3687 of 4168
14oz. is in Berlin's Mitte (center). Lots of people all the time so no need for online retailing... huge store with a big fancy patio featuring drinks, food and a big fountain. They open a sale store seasonally a couple of blocks from the flagship. You could say their Cabourn basement is the closest thing to an European Cabourn store. It's big and has a huge selection.

They never replied to any of my emails, but I'm pretty sure you could call. They all spoke english the few times I went.
post #3688 of 4168
Flannels has the Cashmere Duffle in Navy on Sale for £1400. they only have size XS and S. They describe it as True to Size!
post #3689 of 4168
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Flannels has the Cashmere Duffle in Navy on Sale for £1400. they only have size XS and S. They describe it as True to Size!

It's on the big size

I went into Flannels when it first came in and tried on the 46 and it was too big for me - the 46 is a 48 in my opinion
post #3690 of 4168
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Originally Posted by Eric Gill Sans View Post

It's on the big size

I went into Flannels when it first came in and tried on the 46 and it was too big for me - the 46 is a 48 in my opinion

More like at least 2-3 sizes too big. I tried it on at Barneys and it fits like a tent, quite unflattering. A tailor might be able to do some magic.
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