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Amazing coat, the fabric is beautiful. Wouldn't've ever thought of selling it if it wasn't too snug on me (lifting problems). Glad it's going to good hands. 

Whoa! I have one of these. You kept it all this time without taking the tag off and finally gave up?
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

benes whats the composition on that

not like i need another fucking knit

I think it's wool , mohair and nylon
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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post

I think it's wool , mohair and nylon

60/25/15
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That merino in shadow reminds me of the Armenian jacket in shadow. Should have kopped
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Thanks @axroox ! Much appreciated. Can you layer under your IV Memory though?

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Yes - a Size IV X8 fit well under my Memory coat (as did a medium Scott & Charters crewneck from NMWA), even with the liner. My chest is about 40 inches. Good luck!
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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post

I think it's wool , mohair and nylon

was this the one i told you to size down on?
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Originally Posted by KaleidoscopicK View Post

Here's a picture. Couldn't upload it earlier due to being at work.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

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.

Hmm, this is true. Good point.


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

If you don't mind sharing could you let me know what your actual physical chest measurement is? I'm trying to decide between a 3 or 4 for the memory coat. I have a 36 inch chest. I originally thought a size 4 would do but chest measurement for that is about 45 inches which might be a touch large for me.
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

was this the one i told you to size down on?

Yup this is the 5
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looks good, watchu think about it
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

looks good, watchu think about it

It's really thick. Much more so than the bee. It's puffier too which might be a turn off. I think you can possibly size down one from the bee for a straighter cut but I think tts is a cozier fit

@Pangolin didn't like it so good view might be a useful contrast
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I went TTS on the G2 and it fits great. Can't imagine sizing down would've worked out well, for me at least.
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Originally Posted by Odd I/O View Post

If you don't mind sharing could you let me know what your actual physical chest measurement is? I'm trying to decide between a 3 or 4 for the memory coat. I have a 36 inch chest. I originally thought a size 4 would do but chest measurement for that is about 45 inches which might be a touch large for me.
You'd be swimming in a IV, definitely go with a III.
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Any larger guys (eu50/52) own any blazers from Schneider?
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Originally Posted by Noctone View Post

I went TTS on the G2 and it fits great. Can't imagine sizing down would've worked out well, for me at least.
You'd be swimming in a IV, definitely go with a III.

I imagine for you it's a height thing? I'm only 5 10
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Nah, shoulder and chest-wise. If I went down to a III it'd be way too tight. IV is just barely north of snug.

Although yeah a III would also probably be too short.
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