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post #76 of 4493
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Originally Posted by zissou View Post
Make sure that's not Nigel Cabourn Utility, fuji...

Turns out I was confused between carhartt and cabourn. Never seen cabourn in person actually.
post #77 of 4493
You know, Fuuma, you really should copy Zissou's list of stockists and web sites into your first post. It's too bad you can't make his post the first post.
post #78 of 4493
donkeh is sold out in my size

Anyone been to the Army Gym?

A pic I took stealthily in 14oz last year of NC stawk:

post #79 of 4493
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
Interview w. Cabourn, he does mention engineered garment and is quite complimentary about the brand. Basically says he wants to keep a British focus and not do the same as they're doing:

http://vimeo.com/9647158

this video was awesome! thanks.
post #80 of 4493
Here it is, boys, the elusive Everest sweater:

http://cgi.ebay.com/Nigel-Cabourn-Ev...item255f1aae44

Courtesy of choosy
post #81 of 4493
shit son that's my size

ps. I just bought some cabourn too.
post #82 of 4493
Just snagged this off eBay, my third piece of Cabourn: I'm a 48 in Cabourn jackets so I hope this fits; the P2P looks like it could be slightly on the small size...
post #83 of 4493
Small even factoring in the stretch? Hopefully it works out, looks great. The everest sweater got relisted with a buy it now so I picked it up hopefully it fits/is legit
post #84 of 4493
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Originally Posted by mpcec View Post
I fucking love that video. Nigel is EXACTLY how I imagined him solely from images and the like. Such a cool dude.

he has teh swag



article on him in november TdN journal
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post #85 of 4493


Another piece. I do love Mr Cabourn...
post #86 of 4493
I am about to pull the trigger on the cameramen jacket. I usually wear in most brands except BoO shirts (medium). Should I get the 46 or 48? Thanks.
post #87 of 4493
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Originally Posted by volatile View Post


Another piece. I do love Mr Cabourn...

Ill.
post #88 of 4493
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Originally Posted by bowvalley2000 View Post
I am about to pull the trigger on the cameramen jacket. I usually wear in most brands except BoO shirts (medium). Should I get the 46 or 48? Thanks.
48 is the equivalent of a US small in the jacket and knitwear I have. 48 is the Italian (European) chest size, notionally equivalent to a 38" (97cm) shirt. I can't comment on the sizing of the Cameraman jacket specifically, but I'd say you should definitely not go for a 46, which would be a US 36", or XS.
post #89 of 4493
Try and catch Zizzou...he owns one and I'm sure made a comment on sizing. Sick jacket...had to seriously talk myself out of one as it was full retail and the price is scary!!
post #90 of 4493
I have a 39" chest and went with a 50 in the cameraman. It fits well, and has plenty of room for a sweater underneath.
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