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post #406 of 1041

Can anyone find a Brookline camo jacket in sz:s or sz:m ??

it seems all sold out everywhere.............

need it!!!

post #407 of 1041
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Originally Posted by booke3c View Post

Can anyone find a Brookline camo jacket in sz:s or sz:m ??
it seems all sold out everywhere.............
need it!!!

Get it proxied from japan only 100$ different
post #408 of 1041
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Originally Posted by booke3c View Post

Can anyone find a Brookline camo jacket in sz:s or sz:m ??
it seems all sold out everywhere.............
need it!!!

http://www.j-suplex.com/brand-big/eg/eg-brookline%20jkt-lt%20weight%20tc%20popolin-camo.htm
post #409 of 1041
Just got the Olive Twill Bedford in Medium yesterday and thought I'd confirm what previous posters have stated:
The fit is very similar to SS11.
A little bit tighter over the chest area and half an inch (or a full inch) shorter. The length of the arms seem to have been shortened as well, maybe half an inch. It really does not differ much from SS11.
The olive color is really something else, has to be seen in real life. This jacket will definitely sell out before the first rays of spring sun hits us.
post #410 of 1041

i cannot read this in Japanese....

 

any other palce that i can made a international order??

thx=)

post #411 of 1041

Thanks for the link.
post #412 of 1041
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Originally Posted by booke3c View Post

i cannot read this in Japanese....

any other palce that i can made a international order??
thx=)

Guys this is why I created this page of stockists.

Click through, I sure you will find it!
post #413 of 1041

Thank You catchh for the very helpful links!

I have just receive few items, some form OiPolloi and some other from The Bureau.

As usual both was faster and reliable.

I make a small review about the fit of the summer items I've just try, if this can help.

First of all, I'm a L-XL fit, trouser I'm 36 inch.

I own few items form the FW and also form the  last summer.

From the bedford (charcoal, corduroy) to the Landsdown (herirngbone wool) till the Coleman (Duck canvas) and also the Cruiser Jacke tin melton loden

Well, jackets are all XL sizes, with the problem of the sleeves length... that are really too long.
Coleman is L and fit me well, but the armhole si very very narrow.

I have just bought the Landsdown in cotton checks grey tone, wonderful fabrics and color. But the XL is too slim if compared with the winter style... it fit me like the Coleman L, and Armhole is embarrassing! I really don't know who is the pattern maker that have design this harmhole :(

By the way, no way out: I love EG and I can accept this defect (because is clearly a defect, never seen and armhole so narrow in an XL jacket).


The Cruiser jacket  in coated cotton that is very wonderful for fabrics and the new details.... is also weird.

The winter fit was easy and little bit useful as a cover jacket... so I was easily wear over a jacket, but now the fit si slim and the L size is good for me, but is intended for a very tight fit.

 

I may like, but if I see the look book the styles seems more comfortable..so my question is: the Cruiser is intend to be an overjacket (to wear over a suit jacket) or  summer jacket to wear over (only) a shirt, a vest or a t-shirt?

Engineered Garments Japan show it little bit comfortable, Tres Bien Shop or Hipstore, show it so tight and slimmer.

 

It's not easy to understand baldy[1].gif


Let me know what you think about it thanks.

About the new fatigue trousers: nothing to say, they are better that the previous one edited for the WORKADAY line. I live this fit and I hope that EG stay on this line of fit.
I've bought the military green and the blu, so for the whole summer I'm covered.
 

Also the Douglas shirt in XL, blue twill fit me well, is a bit over and is the way I like...

So, what I think is that there's always big difference form season to season.. sometimes items seems more bigger that the stated size or smaller too... there's a strange behavior from fabric to fabric... the armhole are very narrow (and my brother that is pattern maker that work from about 20 year from some of the best brand say that this problem may be solved, but it need to be redesign also based on the materials of course).

This way it's very difficult to purchase on line... I really love to heard what you think about how you feel EG fit....

Thanks, and sorry for my poor english....

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post #414 of 1041
New stock up at Context, End and Arrows (Hawaiian Chauncy for $150, badass, but don't know if I could pull it off).
post #415 of 1041
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New stock up at Context, End and Arrows (Hawaiian Chauncy for $150, badass, but don't know if I could pull it off).

no one can "pull off" a hawaiian print. its ridiculous by nature. it will look ridiculous on anyone. embrace ridiculous.
post #416 of 1041
that video is void of any style whatsoever. i hate being the hater but neither the dude nor that chick have any idea what they're doing.
post #417 of 1041
yes, that video is terrible. I don't get it.

I love that peacock print popover at Arrow, that is the perfect shirt for that pattern I think.
post #418 of 1041
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Originally Posted by about11oclock View Post

no one can "pull off" a hawaiian print. its ridiculous by nature. it will look ridiculous on anyone. embrace ridiculous.
True. It would be extra awesome since I live by the ocean in SoCal. I'll just wait for it to go on sale.
post #419 of 1041

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I have this piece from a few years ago. Can anyone give me some info on it and how much I can sell it for? It's a great hoodie and the details are amazing, but it's just a bit too snug for me and not really my style. It's a medium, so if anyone has any interests PM me so we don't clutter up this thread. 

post #420 of 1041
I'm sorry Context, but your selection for SS12 SUCKS ASS
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