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Man, pulled out this shirt-jacket that I never wear to take pictures and list, put it on and I don't think I can anymore.  Guess I just need more Schneider to wear with it.

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Originally Posted by flowcharts View Post

Man, pulled out this shirt-jacket that I never wear to take pictures and list, put it on and I don't think I can anymore.  Guess I just need more Schneider to wear with it.


That's really cool looking, where'd you pick it up from?
post #7413 of 8533

It was a Kindal purchase from sometime last summer.  I remember going through tons of lookbooks, etc and not being able to find what season it's from.  It's a nylon-cotton blend, with ribbing along the bottom, as well as hidden ribbed cuffs that differentiate it from  the other shackets I've come across.

post #7414 of 8533
Yeah man you should keep, looks good on you
post #7415 of 8533

Are the trousers Schneider too?

post #7416 of 8533

@accordion no, they're (thrifted) Boss, in a surprisingly nice virgin wool, that I ended up tapering.

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Not the best pic, but there goes my Score.
post #7418 of 8533
Did anyone pick up the counting trousers in the thick cotton? What is the materiel like, I'm very curious
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I have cotton Players and wool Counting trousers coming, not sure if the cotton is the same.

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I have cotton Players and wool Counting trousers coming, not sure if the cotton is the same.

Its these from NMWA; http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/counting-trousers-in-ebony-black-cotton-moleskin.html

How do the countings fit, they look slimmer than the players? and how do you like them both?
post #7422 of 8533

I took a VI for both but from what I gathered, the counting fits slimmer. I think I can fit into a V for the players, VI is pretty loose on me. The Counting trousers haven't come in yet.

 

Working Title gave these measurements. The SA (Michael) is usually right. I also asked for measurements for the points cardigan.

 

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The Counting Trousers we received came out quite slim through the leg. Here are the measurements for the V:
Waist (laid flat): 17"
Thigh: 11.75"
I feel like a VI would be a closer fit to a 34" through the leg.
 
And for the Points Cardigan, here are the pit-to-pit's for the V and VI:
V: 22"
VI: 23.25"

 

Did you get the Crossword btw? I'm thinking of grabbing the last VI on SP.

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Originally Posted by accordion View Post

I took a VI for both but from what I gathered, the counting fits slimmer. I think I can fit into a V for the players, VI is pretty loose on me. The Counting trousers haven't come in yet.

Working Title gave these measurements. The SA (Michael) is usually right. I also asked for measurements for the points cardigan.


Did you get the Crossword btw? I'm thinking of grabbing the last VI on SP.

yeah i actually have the same one as the SP in a 5 and it fits really well, so much so that i got another 5 from WW in the cotton. The SP version is very nice, its a lightweight but fairly warm wool. It is looser in the thighs than the players though.
post #7424 of 8533
I'm guessing it's near impossible to find a score coat or points cardigan in size 3 anywhere (preferably a dark colorway like shadow)?
post #7425 of 8533
I'm looking at Mindtrive, debating if I should buy a Size IV Memory Coat while I'm in Kyoto next week. Even with 40% off, the conversion rate brings it to CAD MSRP pricing.

I hate the Canadian dollar.

On a more positive note, I've since worn my Match jacket a couple of times and it's quickly grown on me. I see it being my main outerwear piece during Fall and possibly Spring. We shall see how it fares in Japan!
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