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post #226 of 2699
ahh im 5 11 150 I bet the XS may fit me... if you dont mind doing a proxy pm me
post #227 of 2699
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Originally Posted by El Argentino View Post

I'm all for the brand expanding, but now this means that soon I won't be the only person in my immediate circle wearing Barbour... frown.gif
Oh, my pride..

walkin around NYC i see plenty of ppl wearing Barbour =(
post #228 of 2699
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Originally Posted by tv2177 View Post

walkin around NYC i see plenty of ppl wearing Barbour =(

Salt Lake City and Las Vegas don't sport much.
post #229 of 2699
Any thoughts on their leather gloves? Store here has a pair that I'm thinking of buying.
post #230 of 2699
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Originally Posted by wogbog View Post

Any thoughts on their leather gloves? Store here has a pair that I'm thinking of buying.

They're okay but nothing special.
post #231 of 2699
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Originally Posted by El Argentino View Post

Salt Lake City and Las Vegas don't sport much.

Barbour is so deep in the mid-atlantic and east coast, it's like owning a dog or a polo shirt. Basically if anyone in your entire family tree went to prep school, you better have Barbour in your closet. It is beyond played out
post #232 of 2699
Anyone looking for an Ashby, this UK site has them on sale right now. Even with shipping to the US this ends up being cheaper than it would be at the outlet

http://apeandapple.com/sale/ashby-short-wax.html
post #233 of 2699
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Originally Posted by pebblegrain View Post

Barbour is so deep in the mid-atlantic and east coast, it's like owning a dog or a polo shirt. Basically if anyone in your entire family tree went to prep school, you better have Barbour in your closet. It is beyond played out

exactly. anyone who buys a barbour and expects to stand out or whatever is totally disillusioned. there is nothing exclusive about wearing a barbour.
post #234 of 2699
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

exactly. anyone who buys a barbour and expects to stand out or whatever is totally disillusioned. there is nothing exclusive about wearing a barbour.

Depends. You can stand out from the herds of TNF'ers.
post #235 of 2699
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Originally Posted by Dave_SFU View Post

Anyone looking for an Ashby, this UK site has them on sale right now. Even with shipping to the US this ends up being cheaper than it would be at the outlet
http://apeandapple.com/sale/ashby-short-wax.html

very good price, comes down to like $186 shipped to the US.
post #236 of 2699
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

exactly. anyone who buys a barbour and expects to stand out or whatever is totally disillusioned. there is nothing exclusive about wearing a barbour.

Out East perhaps. I've never seen anyone in the inter-mountain west wear anything like it, and I get complements all the time about how unique it is, where was it made, etc.

Kind of flattering.
post #237 of 2699
http://www.barbourbymail.co.uk/ has a 40% off sale on some things going on this month. Hit or miss on the good stuff. I have my eye on this -
http://www.barbourbymail.co.uk/Mens-Barbour-Competition-Zip-Through-Sweater.html
post #238 of 2699
Do you think its possible to tailor the Barbour Liddesdale quilted jacket? The large fits me well in the chest but is very big everywhere else. Think its possible to take the sides and sleeves in? And this is for the regular version....I am aware they have a fitted version but the one I am looking at is the regular.
post #239 of 2699
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Originally Posted by inq89 View Post

Do you think its possible to tailor the Barbour Liddesdale quilted jacket? The large fits me well in the chest but is very big everywhere else. Think its possible to take the sides and sleeves in? And this is for the regular version....I am aware they have a fitted version but the one I am looking at is the regular.

If you've got a local tailor check with them, but I can't see why it can't be altered.
post #240 of 2699
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Originally Posted by ManofKent View Post

If you've got a local tailor check with them, but I can't see why it can't be altered.

How long is the turnaround time to send something back to Barbour itself to be altered/whatnot? Any idea, MOK?
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