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post #3346 of 5758
best bet is y! japan but you will have to be small sized
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Is there an updated stockist list?

And does anyone own the bib sweater from this season and know how it fits or have measurements for a 48?

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Is there an updated stockist list?
And does anyone own the bib sweater from this season and know how it fits or have measurements for a 48?

FIts a little oversized, but not that much. I'm usually a 46 and went with a 44. Sleeves are long, but body is fairly short.
post #3349 of 5758
This is the first time I've checked out this thread. For are you taking requests for the sample sale?
post #3350 of 5758
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This is the first time I've checked out this thread. For are you taking requests for the sample sale?

No, there are no requests. Actually, to clarify, I'm not sure what that would entail.
post #3351 of 5758
Fok, how about some larger knits? I've been offering sacrificial calfs to the style gods for almost two days now.
post #3352 of 5758
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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"

Actually, just to pour a little bit of salt in that wound, that was the "washed bomber". Highly padded, and with a washed cotton canvas body.

There is a fair bit of cool stuff that has yet to be put on the site. And of course, there is quite a bit left. I'm surprised that not more 48 and 50s were interested in the array of shirts, which are well below wholesale.
post #3353 of 5758
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How about some larger knits? I've been suspending my disbelief for almost two days.

There are a few. I'm not sure what size you mean by "larger", but there are a few that will fit 48 and 50s. I did not see any tagged 52, but I've been wrong before.

Cheers,

Fok.
post #3354 of 5758
Sadly larger does mean 52. I should really stop this exercise regimen of beer and barbeque ::le sigh:: thanks anyway
post #3355 of 5758
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This is the first time I've checked out this thread. For are you taking requests for the sample sale?

No, there are no requests. Actually, to clarify, I'm not sure what that would entail.

I think he's talking about asking you to hold items for him.
post #3356 of 5758
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Actually, just to pour a little bit of salt in that wound, that was the "washed bomber". Highly padded, and with a washed cotton canvas body.

He means dis one tho
robert_geller_washed_cotton_hooded_bomber_00.jpg
post #3357 of 5758
Bingo.

Full size run in two colors at Blackbird when they came out, but I didn't listen and *poof*.
Gone.

Timing on the next drop?
I mean, you've had a break. So, like, get on it!
tongue.gif
post #3358 of 5758
After handing the bomber in person, I'm pretty sure I want one in a 48. So nice and comfy.
post #3359 of 5758
Very nice. Very nice. I remember that. I don't remember what year that was though.

Next drop won't be until August. I got out the orders from this week today, and I'll be on vacation, with limited access to the internet (but with lots of rocky beaches, the way I like them) for the next week. When I get back, I hope that I'll be able to do a big drop of knits, cool winter stuff that I've never seen in stores before, and maybe, just maybe, some of the footwear.
post #3360 of 5758
Nice. I hope you're getting out of Idaho.
I guess you got a couple lakes there - but that's it. smile.gif
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