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post #271 of 983
generally people seem to think you should size down but I went true with my field as I want to layer it with an insulator.

put it this way they're are roomy in size, if you want a slim snug fit size down otherwise stay true.
post #272 of 983

Who copped this? http://www.e-g.co/product/krane

 

Super deal. Someone stole it while I was waiting to hear back from them on sizing since it was listed as 44 but sounds more like a 40.... Would have copped if 40. Will cop if it is and it doesn't fit you!

post #273 of 983
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Originally Posted by ggoofer View Post

Who copped this? http://www.e-g.co/product/krane

Super deal. Someone stole it while I was waiting to hear back from them on sizing since it was listed as 44 but sounds more like a 40.... Would have copped if 40. Will cop if it is and it doesn't fit you!

I think there is a Krane Matthias on the B&S forums in 40 (no relation to seller, just think Krane is amazing)
post #274 of 983
Also, from Mission Workshop - 20% off your entire order if you get the new limited edition Eiger using code GENEVA

Basically Schoeller c-change in a pretty nicely styled gray field jacket.

post #275 of 983
thinkin of getting their ts x mw dearborn shirt in black
post #276 of 983
anyone have a Patagonia Nano Puff and can comment on fit? I'm looking at the vest as something I can thro under a sports coat or a Barbour.
post #277 of 983
i dont have the vest (pullover) but the fit is relaxed if not a little boxxy
post #278 of 983
I have a Montbell that is pretty nice. But I would probably just buy a Uniqlo now. I have never noticed the slightest difference in puffer vests.
post #279 of 983
^Veilance I've tried on at Barneys seems to fit TTS. I think you might get better answers in the sufu techwear thread though. Even the people who are into it here post more about it over there.
post #280 of 983
This jacket looks pretty interesting from a technical perspective:
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2075028552/ulaar-jacket

post #281 of 983
I find the c-change fabric to not work well. For the high price one may as well buy the membranes - eVent and Neoshell.
post #282 of 983
guys, please have a look at westcomb outerwear as the pricing is similar to all the big brands and it's made in north america. I suspect they also produce for some of the bigger fashion brands that are mentioned in this thread - look for local production and you will understand.
post #283 of 983
don't size down on your veilance pieces.. go with your normal size.
post #284 of 983
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Originally Posted by habitant View Post

don't size down on your veilance pieces.. go with your normal size.

Really? I haven't been able to try on a XS yet, but all the smalls I've tried on couldve been a bit smaller for a better fit
post #285 of 983
I wear M throughout the entire line.. the shirts are nice and fitted, same with the sweaters. The outerwear is supposed to fit like that..
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