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post #2026 of 7602
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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post

 

Thanks. I need from shoulder to shoulder seam at least 19". So I was checking the measurements, in the fisrt one, the Soho, if I'm not wrong the 44L has 19.3, so that will work... but the other one a 40 with 19.4"? I would still go with the 42L so that the chest fits nicely. 

I am really sorry I am unable to advice on size.

 

I have never bought suit on online, it's just I need to try a suit on before as factors like: cut, drop, cloth has a bearing -

maybe shoes when i am familiar with the shoe last.

 

I feel for guys that have to buy items on online.  Goodluck.

post #2027 of 7602
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Originally Posted by Ilovelobbs View Post

I am really sorry I am unable to advice on size.

 

I have never bought suit on online, it's just I need to try a suit on before as factors like: cut, drop, cloth has a bearing -

maybe shoes when i am familiar with the shoe last.

 

I feel for guys that have to buy items on online.  Goodluck.

Buying from a proxy or vendor with fantastic return policy or detail product knowledge is critical in all online ventures..

post #2028 of 7602
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Originally Posted by Ilovelobbs View Post

I am really sorry I am unable to advice on size.

 

I have never bought suit on online, it's just I need to try a suit on before as factors like: cut, drop, cloth has a bearing -

maybe shoes when i am familiar with the shoe last.

 

I feel for guys that have to buy items on online.  Goodluck.

 

Exactly. confused.gif

post #2029 of 7602
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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post

 

Did you buy L or R?

I got an R and the jacket fully covers my crotch and behind. But I guess you could go for an L if you prefer a slightly longer style. I just think a long DB might look a little bit like it's from the 80s, but that's just me.

post #2030 of 7602
Check my tumblr for pics of the 40L SOHO. I am on mobile right now, can't post pics
post #2031 of 7602
Hey Timo, how tall are you? I really dig the look on that soho.
post #2032 of 7602
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Originally Posted by timotune View Post

Check my tumblr for pics of the 40L SOHO. I am on mobile right now, can't post pics

 

Thanks timo, do you seek for a certain measurement in the shoulders? 

post #2033 of 7602
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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post

Thanks timo, do you seek for a certain measurement in the shoulders? 
I am 183cm, so by no means really tall.
post #2034 of 7602
timo what size do you wear?
post #2035 of 7602
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Originally Posted by timotune View Post


I am 183cm, so by no means really tall.

 

This is the one that you told me, right?

 

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post #2036 of 7602

Some ideas for the summer - enjoy! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #2037 of 7602
What a sack of douches.
post #2038 of 7602
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Originally Posted by acridsheep View Post

What a sack of douches.

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Their tackle is really nice Sheepy, but by Christ they have some godawful photos on their site with horrific fitting suits on their models. And what's with them all carrying huge bags with them?
post #2039 of 7602

just got that grey pinstripe Lazio.  Looks sharp, but I needed a few adjustments.  I am waiting for the new york store to ship it to me (should be here saturday).  again, I cannot say enough good things for lennox who helped in there.
 

post #2040 of 7602
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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post

This is the one that you told me, right?
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This person have altered the sleeves so there is no fabric between the functional buttonholes and the sleeve. I never have cared much about the distance between the buttonholes and the sleeve end, would it be okay to do it like this?
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