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Originally Posted by Reosymes View Post

Between 5'9'' and 5'10''.

Edit: Here are the measurements of the (thick denim) chore coat:

Across Chest (pit to pit): 20.25"
Across Shoulders (seam to seam): 18.25"
Sleeve (shoulder seam to cuff): 25.0"
Length (Bottom of collar to end, measured at the back): 24.75"

IMO the P2P measurement would be too small for that height/weight
post #25502 of 30476
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Originally Posted by OolongT View Post


IMO the P2P measurement would be too small for that height/weight

Thanks! That was what I thought too.

post #25503 of 30476
Gotta love the Holiday messages you receive from buyers this season
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Blocked!

 

Btw, is 24th December considered a business day for ebay? I hope not.

post #25505 of 30476
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Originally Posted by Snoogz View Post

Gotta love the Holiday messages you receive from buyers this season
That's amazing, what was he lowballing you on?
post #25506 of 30476

Someone want to help me with this size?  Women's?  Kids?  The 30" arms are throwing me off.

 

 

16.5" shoulder, 30" sleeve from center of collar, 20" chest PTP, 31" BOC

Just a tailored shirt for a T-Rex?

post #25507 of 30476

Received this fun Christmas gift today:

 

7" Extra Tall Bed Lifts: http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/store/product/tall-black-bed-lifts-set-of-4/1013262713

 

I put them under the card table I use the measure clothing. No more bending over to measure.

 

Perfect! Highly recommended if you are looking for something cheap to make measuring much easier.

post #25508 of 30476
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Originally Posted by txwoodworker View Post

Someone want to help me with this size?  Women's?  Kids?  The 30" arms are throwing me off.








16.5" shoulder, 30" sleeve from center of collar, 20" chest PTP, 31" BOC
Just a tailored shirt for a T-Rex?
I would say mens small. The way that nova check pattern doesn't line up from the sleeves to cuff they were shortened. I would think it's to old to be a Gitman but does it have there rn#?
post #25509 of 30476
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Originally Posted by classicthrifter View Post
 

Received this fun Christmas gift today:

 

7" Extra Tall Bed Lifts: http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/store/product/tall-black-bed-lifts-set-of-4/1013262713

 

I put them under the card table I use the measure clothing. No more bending over to measure.

 

Perfect! Highly recommended if you are looking for something cheap to make measuring much easier.

 

I totally need these....I have two 3' x 6' tables side by side (so my surface is 6' x 6') to take pics & measure, and my back kills after a few hours...which probably explains why I haven't listed much since late October.

post #25510 of 30476
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Originally Posted by the2ndhandman View Post

I would say mens small. The way that nova check pattern doesn't line up from the sleeves to cuff they were shortened. I would think it's to old to be a Gitman but does it have there rn#?
I was hoping for another explanation, but it's probably just altered. No other tags.
post #25511 of 30476

I love my mom. I casually mentioned doing consignment as a hobby to her during Thanksgiving and what do I get for Christmas...

 

Before

After

 

Obviously I still gotta workout my lighting but this definitely was on my to do list to get a proper canvas and stand. Mom supporting the hustle :slayer:

post #25512 of 30476
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Originally Posted by the2ndhandman View Post


I would say mens small. The way that nova check pattern doesn't line up from the sleeves to cuff they were shortened. I would think it's to old to be a Gitman but does it have there rn#?

Is it available? It might fit my brother. He is 5'3" and of course has short arms.

post #25513 of 30476
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Originally Posted by Snoogz View Post

Gotta love the Holiday messages you receive from buyers this season


Am I missing something?  As the seller, how could you be the cheapskate????

post #25514 of 30476

Are there any brands you hate dealing with but always kop anyhow because you know they'll sell?

All Saints and Barbour are the main two that bug me, just knowing that they're such bad quality, overpriced items i feel like a pusherman who'd say 'well if i don't sell them someone else will'.

 

Any brands you can add that make you feel slightly dirty?

post #25515 of 30476
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Originally Posted by eddiegreen View Post
 

Are there any brands you hate dealing with but always kop anyhow because you know they'll sell?

All Saints and Barbour are the main two that bug me, just knowing that they're such bad quality, overpriced items i feel like a pusherman who'd say 'well if i don't sell them someone else will'.

 

Any brands you can add that make you feel slightly dirty?


Not sure I agree about Barbour, their made in England stuff lasts generations. Never dealt with Allsaints so I haven't felt their stuff, but the brand I hate buying, but will pick up is Robert Graham Skeets.

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