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heading out to a bar while wearing it...so keeping it lol
post #3332 of 6052
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post

Waist is 16.5", front rise is 11.3" (including waist band, which, honestly is the only reasonable way to measure rise), back rise is actually more important, since it tells you more about the fit through the seat, at that seems to be at 15"), inseam = 28" (they are supposed to be worn cropped). The tags on them actually list the retail price of $552.

Thanks, Fok. Waist a bit big, probably would have been too loose, but someone already snagged them and made my decision easier happy.gif

That RIchard jacket fits huge right? I'm generally a 46, EU 48 in slim tops/jackets, but I recall that Richard Jacket fitting a size big. Anyone confirm??
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Thanks, Fok. Waist a bit big, probably would have been too loose, but someone already snagged them and made my decision easier happy.gif

That RIchard jacket fits huge right? I'm generally a 46, EU 48 in slim tops/jackets, but I recall that Richard Jacket fitting a size big. Anyone confirm??

I tried it on. I am between a size 48 and 50, and it fits slim on me, but not overly so. It would probably be too large for a size 46. It would fit a true 48 with wider shoulders perfectly. They are meant to drape some.
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Thanks, Fok. Waist a bit big, probably would have been too loose, but someone already snagged them and made my decision easier happy.gif

That was me - I was eyeing them all morning, but the moment you inquired about them in this thread I thought to myself "competition!" and snagged them immediately. So win-win I guess!
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Thanks Fok, Severisth!
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Just a reminder that I will do fulfillment tomorrow, for the last time in a week and a half, so if there is anything that you really want for next week, now is a pretty good time to order.

Cheers,

Fok.
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Just a reminder that I will do fulfillment tomorrow, for the last time in a week and a half, so if there is anything that you really want for next week, now is a pretty good time to order.

Cheers,

Fok.

are the sneakers coming out this time? thats what i want the most

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The sneakers will probably not come out for the next release, which will mostly have knits, the end of the summer stuff, and some winter things. I may release a couple of pairs, but in all likelihood, those would start coming onto the site in July August.

We have to receive those, inventory them. Set them up on the site... etc...

Cheers,

Fok.
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Are there any knits in a 52?
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LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01laugh.gif

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Quick fit pics, painted shirt and two tone sweater. Still on the fence about keeping the hooded bomber (thanks dbear!).
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whats up w. the bomber? too big?
holler.
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Little long for me, little too much room in the body than I'd like for a winter jacket. Zipped up, the bottom hem has a some room so on windy winter days, cold air could get blown into the jacket.
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I'm actually kinda glad I missed out on the bomber.
I think my true grail is the washed bomber.
The one Peter N described as "like wearing a sleeping bag"

Anyone know a good method to attempt to find older Geller pieces?
I've started searching old ass threads on SuFu etc and sending messages to the seller/buyer . . . but that hasn't been too successful so far.
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