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post #436 of 1041
we got those dayton shirts in at work in the dark blue linen / cotton, the chambray, and the blue striped seersucker (or cordlane?) which flying lotus is sporting. they're neat; the cotton/linen fabric is particularly nice.

if someone has questions on them or is looking for a size in any of the blues there, I got you covered.
post #437 of 1041
i got the back pocket of my angler shirt pulled out by a door knob while i was walking in a rush. tried my hand at a sashiko style patch using a samurai texas cotton patch.

i'm not sure i'm in love with it but at least i can look forward to its wearing in well.
post #438 of 1041
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Originally Posted by JO3B View Post

i got the back pocket of my angler shirt pulled out by a door knob while i was walking in a rush. tried my hand at a sashiko style patch using a samurai texas cotton patch.
i'm not sure i'm in love with it but at least i can look forward to its wearing in well.
Ha, same thing almost happened to me. Luckily I was walking slowly so there was no damage.

More stock up at Inventory including the camo Brookline,
post #439 of 1041
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Originally Posted by Hatch&Whisk View Post

we got those dayton shirts in at work in the dark blue linen / cotton, the chambray, and the blue striped seersucker (or cordlane?) which flying lotus is sporting. they're neat; the cotton/linen fabric is particularly nice.
if someone has questions on them or is looking for a size in any of the blues there, I got you covered.

Where do you work?
post #440 of 1041
Who state-side is stocking the Fatigue shorts in Olive Sateen?

Inventory Stockroom just posted them at $200 plus $20 shipping.
post #441 of 1041
I haven't seen them in the US yet....I want the olive sateen ones but just don't think I can drop $220 for shorts. Seems ok for pants for some reason, but I just don't wear shorts that often. I have two pair of EG shorts but both I've scored second-hand for under $50. The look really nice though.....
post #442 of 1041
Yeah man.
I have the Navy and Khaki Fatigue shorts from last year.

The olive ones are real nice but I can't justify $220 for shorts either. I feel you on the pants tho...ha

I wonder if $200 is the actual retail or if they marked them up slightly. I always thought the shorts were $175.
post #443 of 1041
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Originally Posted by FlyingLotus View Post

Where do you work?

I'm at a store called Portland Dry Goods in Maine. we dont get huge runs of things up here. its always exciting to see EG in the area, especially if its someone in town (and if we sold it to em, ha)
post #444 of 1041
Anyone know where to get that coated parka?
post #445 of 1041
Can someone with a SS12 Bedford post a few fit pics from the side and rear please? I've tried a couple of different sizes in this now and the flare at the rear of the jacket just throws the whole shape off for me.

It would have been my first Bedford and I'm really disappointed considering it is rated by so many people as an EG classic. Obviously having no rear vent gives a more relaxed fit, but having so much excess material just 'hanging out' at the back looks wrong to me and makes it look like a poorly cut/badly fitting jacket
post #446 of 1041
Habitant,

I believe that Trail Parka "Coated" is the Olive color version. I have not seen that parka directly, but from looking at these sites, it does look coated.

http://www.thehipstore.co.uk/brands/engineered-garments/trail-parka-olive

http://www.kafka.co.uk/item/EngineeredGarments_TrailParkaOlive_0_376_15505_1.html

James
post #447 of 1041
post #448 of 1041
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Originally Posted by JRS1979 View Post

Can someone with a SS12 Bedford post a few fit pics from the side and rear please? I've tried a couple of different sizes in this now and the flare at the rear of the jacket just throws the whole shape off for me.
It would have been my first Bedford and I'm really disappointed considering it is rated by so many people as an EG classic. Obviously having no rear vent gives a more relaxed fit, but having so much excess material just 'hanging out' at the back looks wrong to me and makes it look like a poorly cut/badly fitting jacket

This is how alot of EG tops fit.. I have had most my Bedford jackets tailored to remove the excess material in the back, but my newest one I just left it.. the Brookline has the same issue, but I've grown to like it.
post #449 of 1041
Hey guys..just a quick sizing question. I'm interested in buying this seasons Bedford..size up?
I usually wear a small in JCrew shirts for reference. Should I buy a medium?

I've bought a few pieces from SS08 from Gary a while back but ivelost substantial weight so I can't wear them. They were all large.

I'm probably going to put them up for sale..

I have a workshirt, a shawl collar cardigan, and a parka

Let me know if you're interested so I can post pics in the B & S.
post #450 of 1041
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Originally Posted by efujobu View Post

Hey guys..just a quick sizing question. I'm interested in buying this seasons Bedford..size up?
I usually wear a small in JCrew shirts for reference. Should I buy a medium?

probably. but it depends. just go by the measurements man, it's the only sure way.

fwiw, I wear an xs in uniqlo and baron wells shirts and a small bedford (from past seasons) fits perfect. like perfect perfect.
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