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post #6046 of 6350
Yeah, Bowers. One just slipped through my fingers on EBay. One thing I did notice about it was that the sleeves seemed very short.
post #6047 of 6350
This year's Donkey Jacket is surely just last year's leftovers. They did two colorways last season if you recall and the navy simply plays into this season's collection.
post #6048 of 6350

Thanks for the reply.

I had my hopes up for this season's as the measurements posted on SuperDenim's website are different from last years.  My hope was that this season's version would fit - I don't think I am willing to take another try.

post #6049 of 6350
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Thanks for the reply.
I had my hopes up for this season's as the measurements posted on SuperDenim's website are different from last years.  My hope was that this season's version would fit - I don't think I am willing to take another try.

It looks a bit different from last season's

The fit looks different and the reinforcing on the pocket looks different to me

They did have a few navy ones last year but they were sold off in the sale and through Coggles
post #6050 of 6350
Looking for sizing advice on aw 15 Arctic parka. I usually wear a size 48 in Nigel's clothing but web measurements suggest I could get away with a 46 in the Arctic parka.
post #6051 of 6350
Other than End clothing or Cabourn site, where else has the Grey Cameraman ?
Seems fairly rare piece, not sure I overly like it in the grey colour, but I do love the coat ..
post #6052 of 6350
http://www.speedway-shop.com/product/2737

With a proxy will be around £750 Phil. I know a good guy too. Charges 6% plus postage.
post #6053 of 6350
Should have mentioned I need 54 ..
Cheers though !
post #6054 of 6350
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It looks a bit different from last season's

The fit looks different and the reinforcing on the pocket looks different to me

They did have a few navy ones last year but they were sold off in the sale and through Coggles

 

If that's the case then I stand corrected.  I haven't inspected it, but initially it looked like last season's to me.  Interesting they'd bring back what sounds like the least successful piece of outerwear from the previous season.  

post #6055 of 6350

Selling a FW15 WWII Zip Parka in Washed Army, size 48, worn once. PM if interested.

post #6056 of 6350
Well, shit. End's measurements were off, and I could have gone with the 48 in the WW1 sheepskin after all. It just doesn't knock my socks off for the price.

I feel like if do better with a B-3 from Aero for half the price.
post #6057 of 6350
Tbh with or without the Cabourn association it's a bad looking coat. Joke price really and I own an Everest parka.

If you saw it in debenhams you wouldn't look twice.
post #6058 of 6350
Yeah, I really wasn't impressed by it. The horse leather looked like plain old nubuck. It would have been much better if they had used FQHH.
post #6059 of 6350

Well that makes for a bad day.......

 

Interesting about the sizing though, seemed to me the 50 would have been the right call.

 

FWIW END is good at returns have even used USPS got there safe and sound, was a CABOURN item also...

 

GL

post #6060 of 6350
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Anybody chime in on the fit of the King George Jacket? Wondering how one with size it compared to Cameraman and Mallory.



I know not a lot of people picked up this coat.

I have 5 cameraman's. 4 in 50 and one in 48. I prefer the size 50, outside this years linen which is over sized. I bought the king George in 50 and it was way to big and had to sell it on. I took a chance and bought both colourways from a seller from this site both in a 48 and the fit was spot on. He was also a 50 in a cameraman but found the King George too big and sized down. I am 5 9 and 75kg.
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