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if we're talking toj0, i'd rather go an inch or two too long on the sleeves than too short. the ribbing will make it fall exactly where you want it anyway and nobody is gonna care if your sleeves are on the longer side because the stacking effect looks pretty cool. when i see varsities where the sleeves end an inch before the wrist it looks uncomfortable and dorky to me - imo.

 

i'm 5'10" and i always go with 48 lengths. 46 falls exactly at my wrist but as soon as i start moving around it hella rides up and starts bugging me.

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Just go with what Charly says... I could've gone with a 52 with 50 lengths and I'm the same height and weight.

I am about your height (180cm, but 80kg) and I went with 52 with 48 lengths

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Doesn't look like there was enough interest for the navy/black backpack to happen. Still thinking about Harrington standard sizes to finish it all out, seems like guys wanted the blue the most. That color was supposed to be called Prussian Blue but somehow Charly called it 'persian' and it never got corrected during its entire lifetime shog[1].gif

was always sad about missing persian/prussian blue, glad to see I might get another shot icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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What’s the price of the Harrington ?

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What’s the price of the Harrington ?

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Harrington was the same price as base leathers
 
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At 5'8" 46 lengths are fine.

how bout 45's length for 5'4?

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how bout 45's length for 5'4?

 

How about you measure your body and go with that?

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Who just walked through Union Square with a wool ma-1, a Cote & Ciel Isar and what looked like Raf Velcro highs?
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How about you measure your body and go with that?

 

its a bit past halfway point of where the pants zipper would be, hows that?

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jesus christ. looking forward to the discontinuation of M2M. some of these sizing questions are just too much. it's called a MOTHER FUCKING tape measure. theyre pretty accurate.

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Seriously, it takes like 5 minutes to walk into a dry cleaner w/ alterations, give them something to clean and let them measure you.

 

Or better yet, go buy tape measure and have someone do it for you.

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jesus christ. looking forward to the discontinuation of M2M. some of these sizing questions are just too much. it's called a MOTHER FUCKING tape measure. theyre pretty accurate.

guy, there isnt actually a place that tells you how far down the doublerider should go, no tailor is gonna be able to tell me that..holy

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guy, there isnt actually a place that tells you how far down the doublerider should go, no tailor is gonna be able to tell me that..holy

correct. its because there is no right or wrong answer. its a personal preference. it damn sure isnt rocket science. in fact, i find its fairly easy to do all by yourself.

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speaking of which, is m2m actually done now.? didnt someone post a few pages back, after drew said m2m is 100% done ,that theyre still taking orders..
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Hmm this makes me doubt Charly's suggestion a little. I'm an Asian (5'8" 150lbs) with an atheletic build and he recommended 50 with 46 length. Should I ask for a 48 length instead?

I would advise taking the suggestion. I am a true medium, at 5'11" and 175 lbs, and my jacket corresponded to about a small 50. I think that a 48 would probably be too long for you, given that I have a full 3"on you.
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