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post #766 of 1411
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Originally Posted by YOLO EMSHI View Post

anyone know where to get those really long EG shirts? not sure what they're called
The tunic shirts??? Steven Alan has some, but they're labeled under FWK.
post #767 of 1411
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Originally Posted by robin View Post


The tunic shirts??? Steven Alan has some, but they're labeled under FWK.

 

Excellent, wouldn't be the first time I've bought women's clothing, as long as it fits properly. Although I am confused as to why there isn't a men's version, a tunic shirt seems like such a unisex item, especially for EG's aesthetic. 

post #768 of 1411
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Awesome
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post #770 of 1411
Does anyone happen to know where I can get the wool herringbone Cambridge pants or the denim Painter pants?
Thanks
post #771 of 1411
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Originally Posted by workhorseblues View Post

Does anyone happen to know where I can get the wool herringbone Cambridge pants or the denim Painter pants?
Thanks
Jack Straw and Odin have the herringbone cambridge pants.
post #772 of 1411
anyone have the herringbone padded vest in small or the truman in olive in small?
post #773 of 1411
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Originally Posted by Ritchee View Post

Thought I’d show some pics of the Landsdown Jacket in navy wool denim that arrived yesterday. Ordered a large, shoulder width is around a half inch wider than I’d like but hate to send it back and have the medium be too small.
Here are the measurements in inches
Shoulder seam to shoulder seam - 19
Pit to pit - 21
Hem width - 22
Sleeve length from outer shoulder seam down - 26
back length - 29.5
I was trying to find my size in the Bedford with the same material but Arrow + Arrow sold out. I was surprised only a few stores ordered the jackets with this cloth.





great looking jacket this, however looking at your measurements posted 19" shoulder to shoulder & 21" pit to pit looks like another EG mess up with sizing. 19" accross the shoulder would be too big for 90% of people with a 38-40 chest who would wear size large. Had a similar problem with an andover last year almost identical sizing to this,too big in shoulder area which made the arm cuffs too long as shoulder dropped down!, had it tailored but still didn't look right, expensive mistake.
post #774 of 1411
Has anybody seen the desert pant in green or herringbone size 34. Doesn't look like many shops got them this season.
post #775 of 1411
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Originally Posted by Edd View Post

great looking jacket this, however looking at your measurements posted 19" shoulder to shoulder & 21" pit to pit looks like another EG mess up with sizing. 19" accross the shoulder would be too big for 90% of people with a 38-40 chest who would wear size large. Had a similar problem with an andover last year almost identical sizing to this,too big in shoulder area which made the arm cuffs too long as shoulder dropped down!, had it tailored but still didn't look right, expensive mistake.

I don't mind it that much because I'll be layering under it, but I agree with S-NMBR who said that the pattern maker is not as good as the designer. However the material is top notch as well as the design.
post #776 of 1411
Timpo - what are the pants in pic 3??
post #777 of 1411
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Originally Posted by Edd View Post

great looking jacket this, however looking at your measurements posted 19" shoulder to shoulder & 21" pit to pit looks like another EG mess up with sizing. 19" accross the shoulder would be too big for 90% of people with a 38-40 chest who would wear size large. Had a similar problem with an andover last year almost identical sizing to this,too big in shoulder area which made the arm cuffs too long as shoulder dropped down!, had it tailored but still didn't look right, expensive mistake.
I'd argue it's generally the exact opposite.

The biggest problem I have with EG is the shoulders are usually way too narrow and shirts too long. I recall one of the SS seasons where size M shoulders measured about 16.5" and were around 31" long.

On a totally separate note, any stores in the US stores carrying the hats?
post #778 of 1411
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Originally Posted by astris View Post

I'd argue it's generally the exact opposite.
The biggest problem I have with EG is the shoulders are usually way too narrow and shirts too long. I recall one of the SS seasons where size M shoulders measured about 16.5" and were around 31" long.
On a totally separate note, any stores in the US stores carrying the hats?


yes i agree with you, the shirts from a few seasons back, they were pretty unwearable for me too. On a seperate note yesterday i received the shawl collar field jacket/shirt in herringbone in size medium, fit is perfect on this it's actually the first item in the last 3 years that has fit me off the peg from EG.

Think i might buy the wool denim landsdown as my final F/W purchase.
post #779 of 1411
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On a totally separate note, any stores in the US stores carrying the hats?

Context has the crusher and bucket. Jonathan & Olivia in Canada has the crew cap. I bought a wool crew cap from The Bureau when I bought a landsdown jacket. Normally, I don't like the one size fits most cap because of the gap in back with the adjustable plastic thing, but the design solution on the crew cap is pretty good.
There is a fabric strap that adjusts the size of the cap, a metal buckle that holds it in place, and the extra strap has a metal tip end that tucks the extra fabric into a slit.

post #780 of 1411
Nepenthes NY had wool and I think cord caps
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