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What are peoples thoughts on the type 6 jeans ? Not seen many fit pics in here.

 

Can only speak for SS16 and SS15. They were cut slim and had a slight taper to the ankle. High rise. I liked the fit except for the way they wrinkled up at the crotch on me. Made them unwearable for me so I sold mine. I thought they were a very good, slim but not tight pair of casual pants. Shame about how they fit on the ole crotch

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Someone sketched me! So rad.
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Someone sketched me! So rad.

 

Sweet. Where'd it come from?

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EG Workaday everything. Utility Jacket, 19th Century, and denim.
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^ So damn good.

 

Can't wait for the F/W fits in here -- layers on layers.

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I know EG is pretty flexible when it comes to sizing, but do you guys have a rule of thumb for shirt length that you follow?

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I just buy L in pretty much everything EG, don't really worry about shirt lengths and trust that Daiki knows what he's doing.
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Originally Posted by tobiasfunke View Post
 

I know EG is pretty flexible when it comes to sizing, but do you guys have a rule of thumb for shirt length that you follow?

 

imho, more important than length is the shoulder fit - if the shoulders fit, then most likely the other measurements are where they should be...unless you have long arms

 

bottom line, though: trust daiki.  daiki knows best.

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Originally Posted by Beedub View Post

I just buy L in pretty much everything EG, don't really worry about shirt lengths and trust that Daiki knows what he's doing.
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Originally Posted by blue peter View Post

imho, more important than length is the shoulder fit - if the shoulders fit, then most likely the other measurements are where they should be...unless you have long arms

bottom line, though: trust daiki.  daiki knows best.

Indeed, Dalki knows best.
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I always buy XL and 36. I enjoy a little anti fit and also I trust Daiki knows how the fabric will wear and wash and if it fits big at first, it'll shrink down a little through the years.
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Old season madras bedford, orslow, aldens
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No joke, I'm basically replicating lawlergod's fits nowadays.

 

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