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post #3571 of 6226
Where do you see that?

I was in the store last week and just saw normal sizing, and their website seems the same as well.
post #3572 of 6226
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Originally Posted by facet View Post

Can anybody explain the new sizing numbers? I've noticed that a 38S now is 24S; I've searched around but I can't seem to find to what sizing system these numbers correspond.

What country are you in? Isn't that some sort of mainland Euro or German size?
post #3573 of 6226

All SS sans tie and square, to give folks and idea.  Easily my best bang for buck garments. My expensive MTM stuff fits maybe 10-15% better (and we're talking multiple fitting MTM).

post #3574 of 6226
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Originally Posted by CousinDonuts View Post

What country are you in? Isn't that some sort of mainland Euro or German size?

SuitSupply, now with Poly and NEW Mongolian standard sizes!
post #3575 of 6226
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Originally Posted by StephenB View Post


SuitSupply, now with Poly and NEW Mongolian standard sizes!

Literally .5% of the line includes poly.

post #3576 of 6226
I'm teasing!
post #3577 of 6226

In case anyone was interested, I checked with customer service, and their coats are back in stock.

post #3578 of 6226
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Originally Posted by Monkeyface View Post
 

In case anyone was interested, I checked with customer service, and their coats are back in stock.

Inventory was stuck in a shipping container overseas. I've wanted a particular Washington that has finally come in since late August!

post #3579 of 6226
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Originally Posted by Frankie22 View Post
 

All SS sans tie and square, to give folks and idea.  Easily my best bang for buck garments. My expensive MTM stuff fits maybe 10-15% better (and we're talking multiple fitting MTM).

Nice jacket...a wider tie is needed tho

post #3580 of 6226
the DB Soho in action! really great purchase at $99... now I need better pants and shirt sleeves.

this is 42R and I'm 184 cm (6ft)


post #3581 of 6226
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Originally Posted by Frankie22 View Post
 

All SS sans tie and square, to give folks and idea.  Easily my best bang for buck garments. My expensive MTM stuff fits maybe 10-15% better (and we're talking multiple fitting MTM).

More pics and details?

post #3582 of 6226
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Originally Posted by StephenB View Post

Where do you see that?

I was in the store last week and just saw normal sizing, and their website seems the same as well.

I see it in the drop down menu when choosing the size of the suit to purchase. I'm looking at a Brown Plain Havana and Regulars seem to range from 42 to 60, Longs from 94 to 118, and Shorts from 23 to 29. Also, when I went to the size adviser and plugged in my measurements, 24 was also the number I was given.

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Originally Posted by CousinDonuts View Post

What country are you in? Isn't that some sort of mainland Euro or German size?

I dunno. I'm in Canada, looking at the SS site and I have the html as us.suitsupply.com etc and in the top right corner the shipping destination says Canada.


Maybe it's Quebecois sizing biggrin.gif.
post #3583 of 6226
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Originally Posted by VinnyMac View Post
 

More pics and details?

 

+1

post #3584 of 6226

Looks like they removed the 2 pea coats and 2 of the DB coats that had polyamid in them... i wonder why.

post #3585 of 6226
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Originally Posted by Katt View Post

Looks like they removed the 2 pea coats and 2 of the DB coats that had polyamid in them... i wonder why.
The navy Copenhagen knitted wool jacket that had poly in it is also not available.
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