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Originally Posted by Regg View Post

that's odd...doesn't sound right

So I decided go Google this just now, and apparently you can keep that field blank by inserting "---" if a 2nd Address is not applicable.

Well I wish I could have known that earlier!
post #7097 of 8493
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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post

Pics or it didn't happen

 

Here's a picture. Couldn't upload it earlier due to being at work.

 

 

Two clarifications:

 

- it hits the bottom of my knees. 

- the stretch around the armholes happen when I stretch my arms forward and when I put the coat on. When they lay on my side like in the photo, it feels okay.

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Originally Posted by Lollie View Post
 

Too small. You need to be able to layer for your winter coat ESPECIALLY if you're in Canada. It's one of those things you learn the hard way...

 

Hmm, this is true. Good point.

 

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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post


what is plan C?

 

Not sure. I'm also looking at other coats, though this one in particular spoke to me.


Edited by KaleidoscopicK - 10/14/15 at 11:17pm
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Originally Posted by Mojo1990 View Post

So I decided go Google this just now, and apparently you can keep that field blank by inserting "---" if a 2nd Address is not applicable.

Well I wish I could have known that earlier!


You can cancel the shipping instructions if the item hasn't arrived yet and redo them.

I'm actually in the same stage with an item and it happened to me too, if we're talking about the same thing. It wouldn't let me leave the second line blank. So I put the house number on line one and street on line two LOL if that's your issue too and you put your neighbor's house. WTF man. That's going to cause some confusion. Should get there though.

Maybe they'll just leave it between the two houses and let you battle over it.
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Originally Posted by KaleidoscopicK View Post


Two things I forgot to mention:

- it hits the bottom of my knees. 
- the stretch around the armholes happen when I stretch my arms forward and when I put the coat on. When they lay on my side like in the photo, it feels okay.

Hmm, this is true. Good point.


Not sure. I'm also looking at other coats, though this one in particular spoke to me.

Like I've said before, there are way too many incredible coats coming down the pipe to ever settle for one. There will soon be another that you think is absolutely perfect that you won't be able to afford/find space for if you get this one. So if you're on the fence, always return it. Also, borderline too big is much better than borderline too small. If you gain a little weight that will be the end of it.

Not to mention that the sleeves are too long as well.
post #7100 of 8493
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Originally Posted by KaleidoscopicK View Post

Not sure. I'm also looking at other coats, though this one in particular spoke to me.

This looks both too tight and too long at the same time.
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Sleeves on the Merino/Memory are an easy alteration for tailors to do since there is no vent involved. I had the sleeves easily shortened on my Merino from NMWA last fall by 1.5". The only thing you may want to pay attention to is where the sleeve hits compared to the pockets. If you shorten the sleeve so it hits above the pockets, it will look out of balance.

But, yes....that Memory looks too tight on you across the body, which no alteration can really fix.
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Schneider Score Coat worn a few different ways

 


 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Caveat View Post

You can cancel the shipping instructions if the item hasn't arrived yet and redo them.

I'm actually in the same stage with an item and it happened to me too, if we're talking about the same thing. It wouldn't let me leave the second line blank. So I put the house number on line one and street on line two LOL if that's your issue too and you put your neighbor's house. WTF man. That's going to cause some confusion. Should get there though.

Maybe they'll just leave it between the two houses and let you battle over it.

Lol

I emailed them and they clarified the situation. It has since been ammended. All I has to so was insert N/A or something similar like --- in the second field.
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Originally Posted by PocketOfTies View Post

Schneider Score Coat worn a few different ways





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Damn

Very very good fit Bro! It's both casual/ cool and sophisticated both at the same time.
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Awesome shirt too :nodding:

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AAAAH GUYS, SO I'VE RECEIVED A RESPONSE FROM DEAR TATJANA!

She seems so excited to meet me, and I am so very delighted to meet her smile.gif


She clarified that this particular image showcases the "Points" Cardigan and the "star " Jumper.

Edited by Mojo1990 - 10/15/15 at 5:14pm
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Those score coat pics make me jelly. Still too warm to wear mine frown.gif
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It hit 95 today here so quit your whining
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NationsS doin' 95 in a 65. So pain
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Originally Posted by PocketOfTies View Post
 

Schneider Score Coat worn a few different ways

 


 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

Resembles my Sage.

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