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I have the rock coat in a remarkably similar material and it is very nice
post #7637 of 8506
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freaking Binder jacket and material is unreal

Being that I already own a Navy Memory and just got the Burgundy Eidos Field Jacket, the Binder jacket was the only Schneider that really grabbed my attention.

 

What is the deal with the jacket fasteners. The "slots" down the front don't seem to be button holes. There is no description.

 

This looks like the coat:

post #7638 of 8506
Says right in the description that it has a concealed button closure.
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Says right in the description that it has a concealed button closure.

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Says right in the description that it has a concealed button closure.

I've been on the computer all day and was bleary eyed. Sorry.

 

 

 

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I guess you're not so polite after all eh?

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@steveoffice This season the changes / tweaks made to the so-called classic styles are uniformly positive based on what I handled.

 

@Steel28 The alpaca-wool is even nicer in person (the texture...). At the showroom I was shown a jacket from a past women's collection in the same material. It has been worn regularly in all kinds of weather for two years and still looks like new so the fabric is durable as well (which is something I asked about).

 

@metranger8694 The Binder jacket has a concealed button closure. The "slots" you see are stitches that serve as anchoring points (as well a visual detail).

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I've been on the computer all day and was bleary eyed. Sorry.



I guess you're not so polite after all eh?

Haha just teasing my friend. I don't think you should take zoolander memes too heavily :-)
post #7643 of 8506
Signing up for the grey Still Life trousers! The Film and Conservation coats look great, but I already have a Memory and a Wick/hidden placket coat variant from Furever...
post #7644 of 8506
Suspension Point has some great pre-orders FWIW, brings even more to the table. The wine melange > maroon IMO.
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Fresco jacket in the wine melange is amazing.

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Haha just teasing my friend. I don't think you should take zoolander memes too heavily :-)
No worries. It's all good.

On edit: I can't figure out what to get or what I need, if anything. So many great pieces but owning a Rust Juncus, Navy Memory, Burgundy Eidos Field Jacket and grey Schott car coat, and living in Florida for Pete's sake, I probably am locked and loaded on outerwear. Bbbbut its Schneider....
Edited by metranger8694 - 1/31/16 at 8:43pm
post #7647 of 8506

The Binder jacket reminds me of the score coat without the scarf element. Looks comfy.

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@SuspensionPoint The collar of the Brush shirt appears unfinished at the ends. Is that right? Or am I seeing it wrong?
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No worries. It's all good.

On edit: I can't figure out what to get or what I need, if anything. So many great pieces but owning a Rust Juncus, Navy Memory, Burgundy Eidos Field Jacket and grey Schott car coat, and living in Florida for Pete's sake, I probably am locked and loaded on outerwear. Bbbbut its Schneider....

Honestly, and I don't know if you can still, but I would say that either No Man's navy basketweave "Thinner" jacket (http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/pre-orders/stephan-schneider-thinner-jacket-preorder-in-navy-wool-cotton-textured-jersey-50-deposit.html), or our "Film" coat, in the same material (http://www.styleforummarket.com/stephan-schneider-film-coat-in-navy-basketweave-preorders-50-deposit-until-feb-3-2016/), would both be good for the Florida winters.  The material has a harder hand and more cotton than the other outerwear pieces, and would probably get the most wear.  

 

I used to go to Florida to observe the controlled burns in February, and I remember that even though it was cool, it got humid often.  I think that that material would keep you warm, but would not trap the humidity the way that one of the other, more flocked, fabrics, might.

 

Of course, ymmv, depending on what you are used to.  (I knew an Egyptian guy who needed a sweater and a jacket in 71F weather)

post #7650 of 8506
6, 165, need 18" in shoulders and 22" chest, ordered the Thinner in V.
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