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post #5056 of 5900
The Weeds one is the best. SP buy on point as usual
post #5057 of 5900

i returned my poa. the pockets bulged out and made me look fat. It should pop back up on neighbor in about a week. (size 5)

 

 

It's not soft for anyone with that expectation. The wool is very scratchy. With time the wool will probably become softer. It also isn't very insulating, due to the structure of the knit. For someone like me in socal this is a good thing, but you'll probably need to layer up if you live elsewhere.

post #5058 of 5900
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i returned my poa. the pockets bulged out and made me look fat. It should pop back up on neighbor in about a week. (size 5)


It's not soft for anyone with that expectation. The wool is very scratchy. With time the wool will probably become softer. It also isn't very insulating, due to the structure of the knit. For someone like me in socal this is a good thing, but you'll probably need to layer up if you live elsewhere.

No bueno
post #5059 of 5900
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So I got this coat...
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and I've a few questions. The pockets are really low, intended? Don't think I could size down. There's lining everywhere except for the arms, which are just thin pieces of wool. Why? Do you guys' arms ever get cold?

I can't seem to button up the front with the hood liner attached without the front getting really bulky, the hood lining doesn't really stack when I piece them together. Is this coat only intended to be buttoned without the lining? Or am I just a bad buttoner?

Are all of these from the same season? The fabric of this piece doesn't have the cool color hues the other listed ones have.

I can actually answer why it's not lined. Because I think I sold you that? It is low pocket just like the camel version. And I think
It's not lined because I think it was one of few samples that was made I don't think that color was ordered. And it's a thinner wool because I think it's one of in house fabrics so it's not as substantial as the singular color ones.
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I can actually answer why it's not lined. Because I think I sold you that? It is low pocket just like the camel version. And I think
It's not lined because I think it was one of few samples that was made I don't think that color was ordered. And it's a thinner wool because I think it's one of in house fabrics so it's not as substantial as the singular color ones.

You had a 3rd merino?!?
post #5061 of 5900

I bought it from a guy who bought it from the guy who sold a bunch of schneider including two merinos about three weeks ago. I asked the original seller where he got it and he said it was from a schneider stocksale in 2012 at Antwerp. I was pondering over the one Bert had but it was gone before I could get measurements.

post #5062 of 5900
I really like my new Poa, the fabric has a nice, thick and sturdy feel to it and looks really cool up close. Its pretty comfortable even with a tshirt on, not scratchy at all on the neck and arms for me. I would say its definitely up there with the grail SS cardigans in past seasons.
post #5063 of 5900
Got these 2 today from Gravpope. Both size 4. The shirt's sleeves have been too long for me these past few seasons.





Also checked out the latest season but didn't get to try anything on, just had a glance. Shirting and outerwear was on point as usual and the poa + sweater version were amazing. Loved the fabric. Don't sleep on it guys.
post #5064 of 5900
enough with the descriptions and impressions of new season FW stuff, let's see some pics
post #5065 of 5900
Anyone with the night wool coat? Curious about sizing
post #5066 of 5900
looking at the 'rock' coat last night and busted out the double alpaca to compare ...forgot how much I like this thing, love that drape

post #5067 of 5900
Nice. I hope the alpaca I got is a hair larger for a roomy fit
post #5068 of 5900
should be, mine's a 6 and I think I'm a little larger than you (prob could have gone 7 on this myself)
post #5069 of 5900
Haha well if it's too big maybe we can negotiate a trade :-)
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Just wanted to give you all a heads up that our first FW Schneider drop is now live.  So far it's a good mix of things, and in the coming days (likely tomorrow) we'll have up some scarves and trousers, with more outerwear and trousers to come when we receive our next shipment.  Quantities are very limited so if you see something you like, you know the drill...

 

A small sampling of the stock:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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