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post #931 of 1245
Love the look of the wrinkled jacket. Is it unlined?
post #932 of 1245
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Originally Posted by Froosh View Post

Thanks for the heads up, would love a proxy for a navy/white/tan flannel in size L at 40-55% off! PM if you can help!

they do phone orders, i just got an XL for $140 shipped.
post #933 of 1245
Forgive me if I've overlooked this, but does anyone know if Bloomingdales stocks the Duck Canvas Coleman Jacket?
post #934 of 1245
I received the Coleman in Grey herringbone today, but tbh i find it much too light to use as a winter coat.
The weave is not really tight, when holding it to a light f.i. It easily shines through.
I'm afraid every chilly wind will blow right through, so this one is going back.

Which jacket would better suit my needs as a winter coat, i'm contemplating the Cruiser, quilted Brookline, or North Wood, any other options i'm overlooking?
Thanks in advance.
post #935 of 1245
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Originally Posted by Mich View Post

I received the Coleman in Grey herringbone today, but tbh i find it much to light to use as a winter coat.
The weave is not really tight, when holding it to a light f.i. It easily shines through.
I'm afraid every chilly wind will blow right through, so this one is going back.
Which jacket would better suit my needs as a winter coat, i'm contemplating the Cruiser, quilted Brookline, or North Wood, any other options i'm overlooking?
Thanks in advance.

Quilted Brookline isnt that thick either... you will definitely need to layer up on that jacket.
post #936 of 1245
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Originally Posted by Mich View Post

I received the Coleman in Grey herringbone today, but tbh i find it much to light to use as a winter coat.
The weave is not really tight, when holding it to a light f.i. It easily shines through.
I'm afraid every chilly wind will blow right through, so this one is going back.
Which jacket would better suit my needs as a winter coat, i'm contemplating the Cruiser, quilted Brookline, or North Wood, any other options i'm overlooking?
Thanks in advance.

Quilted Brookline isnt that thick either... you will definitely need to layer up on that jacket.
That's a bummer, i really like the shape and styling of the Brookline...

Problem is my main winter coat is a 40's US navy peacoat, and that sucker is made of 36oz melton wool, so any other coat usually feels light compared to it, it has spoiled me.
post #937 of 1245
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Originally Posted by Mich View Post

That's a bummer, i really like the shape and styling of the Brookline...
Problem is my main winter coat is a 40's US navy peacoat, and that sucker is made of 36oz melton wool, so any other coat usually feels light compared to it, it has spoiled me.

yeah... i really liked the brookline as well, but was really surprised by how light it was. I definitely wouldn't pick it up unless it went into the mid-200 dollar range.
post #938 of 1245
what bloomingdales is it , I called the 59 th street location and the sale's associate said they don't carry EG. Can you tell how you when about ordering it what department and what store. I'd appreciate it for a reply. Thanks
post #939 of 1245
I got the North Wood Jacket. I think it should be good for winter... but on the really cold days might have to layer up a lot. Its not thick nor thin, in between i'd say.
post #940 of 1245
(212) 729-5900 is the store i called, i just used option 5 which is like "mens designer"
post #941 of 1245
Soho Bloomingdales carries EG. Copped the Canvas Charcoal Bedford. Some JP dudes were there buying up the rest of the sparse rack...
post #942 of 1245
ruining it for everyone!
post #943 of 1245
I beat them by a few moments - they were eyeballing me carrying the M bedford!
They grabbed everything in S and some pieces in M as I saw it.
post #944 of 1245
Selling a navy wool shoulder hoody and floral baker if anyone is interested..

http://www.styleforum.net/classifieds/feedback/index/current/classifieds/user_id/31920

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Edited by FlyingLotus - 11/24/11 at 10:59am
post #945 of 1245
^ Floral Baker is something serious. Good luck with the sales.
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