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Probably in the minority here...gdl, are you carrying size VII? 

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yes but just for himself
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and me
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I wear VI actually (except maybe trousers where I'd need VII).

 

Are there a lot of people who'd need VII?

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Wait...A preorder through NWMA would be great!
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I wear VI actually (except maybe trousers where I'd need VII).

 

Are there a lot of people who'd need VII?

6'4 175 here, I assume that would mean VII?

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National Museum of Women in the Arts?
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Wait...A preorder through NWMA would be great!

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I wear VI actually (except maybe trousers where I'd need VII).

Are there a lot of people who'd need VII?

think preorder would be the way to go

not a ton of people wearing VII from what I've seen, but enough that you'd likely get orders if you offered it as a preorder rather than simply buying am allotment
post #4269 of 4936
what I don't understand is, why would a retailer not stock one or two Size III and Size VII examples to gauge the demand instead just refusing to stock less popular sizes? There are a few stores that seem immovable from IV, V, and VI
post #4270 of 4936

Always wondered too. There must be a minimum order of QTY if you buy a certain size I suppose.

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There is no minimum per size.    If you really wonder why retailers don't want to buy the larger sizes, I invite you to tour our warehouse and see all the stuff that is leftover from the season : a lot of 54 and 56 and XXL stuff.   This is the reason retailers in our little menswear universe don't buy the very large sizes : because people tend not to purchase them.   There is no inherent bias involved, it's simply a matter of experience and learning from past sales patterns.

 

Now, show of hands... who here knows for a fact that he is a size VII in Schneider and would like to see those in stock ?       6'4", 175 would not be a VII IMO, more likely to be a V

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There is no minimum per size.    If you really wonder why retailers don't want to buy the larger sizes, I invite you to tour our warehouse and see all the stuff that is leftover from the season : a lot of 54 and 56 and XXL stuff.   This is the reason retailers in our little menswear universe don't buy the very large sizes : because people tend not to purchase them.   There is no inherent bias involved, it's simply a matter of experience and learning from past sales patterns.

Now, show of hands... who here knows for a fact that he is a size VII in Schneider and would like to see those in stock ?       6'4", 175 would not be a VII IMO, more likely to be a V

That makes sense. Not that this is a large enough sample size to be completely representative, but when I think about everyone I know, only one or two would take a size VII, while a decent handful would take a size III. I suppose some kind of preorder system may be the only way for everyone to come out happy.
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bro i'm 5 10 174 and the vi shirts barely fit me and knits are perfect size, if you're bigger than me you need a vii

been wearing and checking out ss before any of you crackas knew about him
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It's a hot or miss for me. Shirts in a 6 fit okay in the sleeve but tight in the body. Paraffin in a 7 fits great in body, slightly on the spacious side, could later with a light knit if need be, however the sleeves are super tight; no chance I can wear it with a long sleeve

Pulled the trigger on the Armenian in a 6 and both shoulder measurements are .5" larger than a 7 in paraffin (maybe to compensate for additional fabric?). Hope it fits
Edited by NAMOR - 1/23/14 at 9:52pm
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