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Got mine today too. The green is superb. One of the pics on the site made it look olive, but it's more of a dark forest green. Pics coming soon...
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Got mine today too. The green is superb. One of the pics on the site made it look olive, but it's more of a dark forest green. Pics coming soon...

When you post some pics could you post ya size and specs? I'm beyond excited to get mine icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Still hoping we can get some info on the fit of next week's releases. They sound pretty awesome and I'm in need of a few sweaters.
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When you post some pics could you post ya size and specs? I'm beyond excited to get mine icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

I'm 200 lbs / 6'2 and typically wear an Epaulet XL, Gitman vintage L, or L in most things. The measurements posted on the site are accurate but don't forget the rather aggressive taper compared with boxier cuts. Normally I would prefer 22" p2p, but anything smaller than a 42 would be unwearable, even though it lists as 23" p2p.


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I'm 200 lbs / 6'2 and typically wear an Epaulet XL, Gitman vintage L, or L in most things. The measurements posted on the site are accurate but don't forget the rather aggressive taper compared with boxier cuts. Normally I would prefer 22" p2p, but anything smaller than a 42 would be unwearable, even though it lists as 23" p2p.

 

Nice fit all around!  Those jeans look awesome... Momotaro grand indigos?

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Yup, exactly! Momotaro grand indigo 702s. About 6 months of half-time wear on em (should be clocking more in the fall/winter now).
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I'm about the same size as you and I just wish the front of the shirts were a little longer.  I don't see how anyone our size can tuck those in.

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Got mine today as well...will wear next week going up to VT...oh and wore my midnight navy chambray with a gold knit tie and blazer tonight to dinner and I thought I looked very sharp...god I love your shirts
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I'm about the same size as you and I just wish the front of the shirts were a little longer.  I don't see how anyone our size can tuck those in.

Sort of in the same boat. I think they could be just a shade longer and still work both untucked and tucked.
post #370 of 1390
I dunno, they are about the same length in front & back as comparable shirts out there.
That said, I mainly have and wear their overshirts, untucked.
post #371 of 1390
Maybe coming back around on the length topic. I think it is probably fine for these shirts for me.

A couple of photos from recent days:



Red Yosemite and Black Watch brushed cotton, both with Nisshinbo Copper.
post #372 of 1390
Got a pair of the Cone Mills 13.5 oz denim today, following up on the pair of Nisshinbo 13.5 oz pictured above. Hard to believe they are the same weight. Cone Mills is much stiffer and, likely because of that, feels heavier. Will just require a little bit more enthusiasm in breaking them in, I suppose.
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Maybe coming back around on the length topic. I think it is probably fine for these shirts for me.
A couple of photos from recent days:

Red Yosemite and Black Watch brushed cotton, both with Nisshinbo Copper.

Length looks perfect, arms a little baggy though?
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Wearing mine today, perfect for fall.  I feel like I probably could have sized down one, this feels a little bit bigger than the dress shirts.

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Length looks perfect, arms a little baggy though?

I can see what you are saying, but I think that's just the fit of these shirts for me. Everything else feels pretty spot on: shoulders, chest, sleeve length, collar.

I'm pretty happy overall, particularly since I was looking for some winter shirts (Chicago cold[1].gif), and the Yosemite is an excellent step up even from a good flannel shirt.
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