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post #3781 of 4823
Awesome, great coat! I can't wait to start wearing mine again. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #3782 of 4823
Yeah I got the shirt too, really nice as well
post #3783 of 4823
do you have to be near an outlet at all times to plug in those pants?
post #3784 of 4823
God, I remember when I first saw that merino coat in stores and could not come close to affording the 1k price tag. So jealous.

I just got this jacket in from Suspension Point a week or so ago...I love it so far. All of the product shots I've seen show basically black sleeves, but these are definitely indigo-black (as indicated). The arms are cozy knit, and the body is a really nice soft, pliable black cotton. The inside is basically unlined (quarter?), with more of a canvas feel.

post #3785 of 4823
if I wear a 44 jacket in most brands, how snug will a size VI (23.5 ptp) fw 2011 double alpaca jacket fit me? still not sure if I'd be a 6 or a 7
post #3786 of 4823
7 would probably be ideal, 6 may work but will lose a lot of the intended aesthetic.
post #3787 of 4823
I think your best off with a 6 I'm normally a 6 in SS or 42 or large 40 and mine I feel fits perfectly oversized, also depends on your height...
post #3788 of 4823
For the grey quilted reversible charcoal plaid jacket from last F/W ('12), how noticeable was the brown lining when worn unzipped? Is it comfortable/warm?
post #3789 of 4823
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I think your best off with a 6 I'm normally a 6 in SS or 42 or large 40 and mine I feel fits perfectly oversized, also depends on your height...

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7 would probably be ideal, 6 may work but will lose a lot of the intended aesthetic.

I'm more like a large 44 (45 actual chest), thinking it will likely fit but will be more fitted. not sure how that would look
post #3790 of 4823
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For the grey quilted reversible charcoal plaid jacket from last F/W ('12), how noticeable was the brown lining when worn unzipped? Is it comfortable/warm?
Lining doesn't really show much when unzipped, other than a strip of the inner fabric that sticks out along the placket. It's definitely warm, and the flannel inner is really, really soft of on the skin. Sometimes I throw it on without anything underneath to take my dog out at night, and honestly it just feels like wearing a flannel shirt. Word of warning, if you plan on wearing it over anything thicker than a tee you'll want to size up, shoulders are relatively narrow and the sleeves are pretty slim due to the two layers of fabric.
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I'm more like a large 44 (45 actual chest), thinking it will likely fit but will be more fitted. not sure how that would look
I vaguely remember somebody posting a pic of themselves in a sized down alpaca, ended up just looking like a cropped, fitted hoodie more or less.
post #3791 of 4823
Yeah in like a 42 chest was closer to a 43 a few months ago before cutting weight. And mine fits with plenty of room thing is the Alpaca drapes in the front that's how it's cut, there is room on the sides but it's not long.
post #3792 of 4823
Anyone own one of these quilted down things? Is it thin enough to layer under a coat??

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I love my Patagonia down sweater, but I wouldn't mind upgrading to something that looks less like a trash bag

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post #3793 of 4823
Depends on the coat. It's kind of thick, but slim fitting.
post #3794 of 4823
People said that quilted coat was thick and I can imagine the different reverse fabric with no lining can make it less breathable and difficult to wear if your are aiming for slim fitting to the point of layering. Or maybe I got the wrong jacket in mind.

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No lining to my understanding of jacket construction should make it a little bit more breathable. But as seen in the photos the wool or wool blend make the jacket look really heavy and thick.
post #3795 of 4823
think that one ran big too
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