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How would the wool chore jacket fair in Socal weather where it'll usually be mid 80s for half the year? I really like the character the indigo dye adds but I'm just not sure of the practicality of it. In comparison I really enjoy wearing the Pointer Chore Jacket and want something similar in warmth to that or less would be even better.

 

 

I live in LA and while I wouldn't wear it when it's in the mid '80s, it's seen plenty action over the past six months. I don't regret the purchase at all.

post #512 of 638
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Originally Posted by metarays View Post
 

How would the wool chore jacket fair in Socal weather where it'll usually be mid 80s for half the year? I really like the character the indigo dye adds but I'm just not sure of the practicality of it. In comparison I really enjoy wearing the Pointer Chore Jacket and want something similar in warmth to that or less would be even better.

 

Most of the staff here in Socal wear the Chore Jacket year round, it works well as a light jacket in the spring/summer and as an under-layer in the fall and winter. It's a little bit lighter than most people think it is and it's the one jacket that we all wear consistently.

post #513 of 638
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post #514 of 638
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Originally Posted by Apolis View Post

 

Most of the staff here in Socal wear the Chore Jacket year round, it works well as a light jacket in the spring/summer and as an under-layer in the fall and winter. It's a little bit lighter than most people think it is and it's the one jacket that we all wear consistently.

 



That sounds great! I'll be eyeing any sales that pop up then. Also how dramatic is the shrinkage for the jacket after first soak? I have around a 34-35 chest and wanted to make sure I get the right size. I don't want a super tight fit so would xs still be okay or should I go for a small?

Edit: My canvas chore jacket from Pointer measure 18.5 in from pit to pit and that restricts some movement maybe because it is canvas actually but I'm not entirely sure that is the reason
post #515 of 638

I ordered the chambray swim trunks, and i choose 30" size (sorry for my english) and I got a 30/31" wrist, should i taked a 32"?

 

And i noticed that they're 100% cotton, after swimming they won't dry under the sun? (sorry for my english)

post #516 of 638
Thread Starter 

The chest size won't shrink a whole lot, maybe 1/4 inch; more likely the shrinking can occur in the sleeve length or body length, 1/2 inch to 1 inch. 

 

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Most of the staff here in Socal wear the Chore Jacket year round, it works well as a light jacket in the spring/summer and as an under-layer in the fall and winter. It's a little bit lighter than most people think it is and it's the one jacket that we all wear consistently.

 



That sounds great! I'll be eyeing any sales that pop up then. Also how dramatic is the shrinkage for the jacket after first soak? I have around a 34-35 chest and wanted to make sure I get the right size. I don't want a super tight fit so would xs still be okay or should I go for a small?

Edit: My canvas chore jacket from Pointer measure 18.5 in from pit to pit and that restricts some movement maybe because it is canvas actually but I'm not entirely sure that is the reason
post #517 of 638
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If you're between waist sizes we recommend to get the size below, and use the drawstring to loosen or tighten as you need.

 

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Originally Posted by Braincat View Post
 

I ordered the chambray swim trunks, and i choose 30" size (sorry for my english) and I got a 30/31" wrist, should i taked a 32"?

 

And i noticed that they're 100% cotton, after swimming they won't dry under the sun? (sorry for my english)

post #518 of 638
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post #519 of 638
How do.I size for the travel pants? Correct me if Im wrong but are the travel pants similar to uniqlos mens sweatpants. I notice both pants have cuffs at the bottom.
post #520 of 638
^ look at the size guide
post #521 of 638
Folks,

Anyone try the Shawl Cardigan? I'm a 36s/14.5x32 BB ESF. I'm looking at the size guide and ostensibly I should be medium based on the chest measurements but that seems unlikely. I'm usually an XS in everything these days (Outlier) but this XS is 33"? Any advice is appreciated, I'm new to Apolis' clothing- I understand there are free returns but am trying to avoid that if I can make a reasonable effort. Thanks in advance.
post #522 of 638
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Folks,

Anyone try the Shawl Cardigan? I'm a 36s/14.5x32 BB ESF. I'm looking at the size guide and ostensibly I should be medium based on the chest measurements but that seems unlikely. I'm usually an XS in everything these days (Outlier) but this XS is 33"? Any advice is appreciated, I'm new to Apolis' clothing- I understand there are free returns but am trying to avoid that if I can make a reasonable effort. Thanks in advance.


Agreed.  I've got the Indigo Chore Coat in a medium and it fits perfectly.  I'm looking at getting a crew neck and a shawl cardigan, and according to the size charts I guess I should be getting a medium in the crew and large for the cardigan?

 

Thanks

post #523 of 638
Knits are stretchy, take your normal size

I took normal sweatpant size in the travel pants as well
post #524 of 638
Thread Starter 

This is correct, we recommend most people to go true to size with the cardigan because it will stretch to fit your body, so if you were to size up it will end up being loose, bulky, and a little long.

 

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Knits are stretchy, take your normal size

I took normal sweatpant size in the travel pants as well
post #525 of 638

My problem is I have no idea what my pant size is in S-L sizing

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