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post #1036 of 2517

Is there anywhere still selling pocket sweaters? baldy[1].gif
 

post #1037 of 2517

Try the website?

post #1038 of 2517

Anyone have the PE non-selvedge jeans? I emailed them about measurements and they told me they couldn't provide thigh measurements but that it was 'standard'. How do the jeans fit?

 

http://patrikervell.com/product/detail/pass/705

 

Here's the size chart they sent me:

 

 

post #1039 of 2517
Thigh at crotch : 11.5"
Thigh @ 2" below crotch : 10.5" Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
OX0LIYo.jpg
@ Knee : 8.5"

Other measurements on Neighbour's website are pretty accurate.

Edit: These are for SS13 jeans.
Edit2 : Size 32's
Edited by Feji - 3/21/13 at 5:00pm
post #1040 of 2517
Anyone know where I can get a formal pants from F/W 2012 in charcoal? I have a corresponding suit but the pants are too small.
post #1041 of 2517
Quote:
Originally Posted by Feji View Post

Thigh at crotch : 11.5"
Thigh @ 2" below crotch : 10.5" Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
OX0LIYo.jpg
@ Knee : 8.5"

Other measurements on Neighbour's website are pretty accurate.

Edit: These are for SS13 jeans.

Are these for 32s?

post #1042 of 2517
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Originally Posted by NotCrispy View Post

Are these for 32s?

oops, yea they're 32's.
post #1043 of 2517

Another sizing question. I think I'm going to get the knit baseball jacket as my first PE purchase when I get my tax refund. I asked them for measurements but it seems to run a 

little small. The shoulder isn't 18 until you get to extra-large.

 

 

Knit Baseball Jacket: Shoulder----------------------------17"(s), 17"(m), 17.25" (l), 18.25"(xl)
                                   Chest (armpit to armpit)----------20"(s), 20"(m), 21"(l), 22"(xl)
                                   Length (highpoint to hem)-------26"(s), 26.5"(m), 27"(l), 28(xl)
                                   Sleeve-------------------------------23.5"(s), 24"(m), 24.25"(l), 24.5"(xl)
 
Different brand and product, but when I compare to WvG shirts, the ^^ don't quite make sense. 
 
 
 
Should I just go true to size with a small or is the baseball jacket really small?
post #1044 of 2517
The f/w one was TTS if not a bit big.
post #1045 of 2517

was talking about this one:

 

http://patrikervell.com/product/detail/pass/KNIT%20BASEBALL%20JACKET

post #1046 of 2517
I have a large, and it's quite slouchy, in an awesome way.
post #1047 of 2517
In other words, I just measured mine, and yes, technically the shoulders are 17.25", but it fits fine. And I typically need 18.5-19" shoulder on tops.
post #1048 of 2517
knit baseball jacket is so awesome I'm considering getting the S/S version for warmer weather. What I don't like about the S/S version is that there isn't any "baseball stripe" ribbing. It's just a plain knit jacket ... prefer to have some detail.
post #1049 of 2517
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Originally Posted by amathew View Post

Another sizing question. I think I'm going to get the knit baseball jacket as my first PE purchase when I get my tax refund. I asked them for measurements but it seems to run a 
little small. The shoulder isn't 18 until you get to extra-large.


Knit Baseball Jacket: Shoulder
17"(s), 17"(m), 17.25" (l), 18.25"(xl)


                                   Chest (armpit to armpit)
20"(s), 20"(m), 21"(l), 22"(xl)


                                   Length (highpoint to hem)
26"(s), 26.5"(m), 27"(l), 28(xl)


                                   Sleeve
23.5"(s), 24"(m), 24.25"(l), 24.5"(xl)


 


Different brand and product, but when I compare to WvG shirts, the ^^ don't quite make sense. 


 




 


 


Should I just go true to size with a small or is the baseball jacket really small?


go TTS, they fit slouchy. Knits don't fit same as shirts anyway, useless to compare the sizing charts. Not to mention the WvG size small shirts having 18" shoulders seems ridiculously big..
post #1050 of 2517
Baseball knit/cardigan fits super slouchy, mine was too big in an M
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