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The primary difference is in how they attach to the camera
The reportage has more hardware and attaches with a small keyring.

 

Whereas the Transit Issue strap attaches with a durable string, but is only recommended for compact or ultra compact cameras.

 

 

 

 

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what's the difference between the transit and reportage camera straps?
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I Just wanted to say that I've had the Archive Jacket for a few weeks and few jackets I've ever worn have received more compliments. 

 

I'm also 5'9" 190 and it fits very well.  Just fitted enough without being too tight.  Keep in mind that it's a summer/spring jacket and pretty thin, though. It wouldn't hold up alone in winters.  It's perfect for a southern california summer.  

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I recently purchased the waxed french work jacket. Do you think the fit is alright? I think if I sized down to a medium the sleeves and body would be to short. Plus I think the jacket is supposed to have more of a workwear fit for movement and layering. What do you guys think?
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Fit looks pretty good to me right there. I wouldn't go smaller.
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Just picked up some indigo tees with the survey code. Thanks, guys.
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@tommyboy610  A touch tough to tell without seeing it buttoned up, but it looks great to me. Sizing down would make it look tight. And yes, a little bit looser is great for more casual work wear stuff.

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Alright thanks guys.
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anyone have any experience with the new heather henley? i assume it's 100% cotton since it's called a cotton henley despite the fact the webpage says it's a polyester/rayon blend. is there much shrinking? thanks.
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Wondering if I could get some sizing advice.

 

Looking at the indigo wool chore coat. I am 6'4, 205lb, with a 40" chest, and I have long arms. I am not sure if I should be going for a size L or a size XL. As people have stated, they seem on the shorter side. I'm not looking for a super slim shirt like fit, as I want to be able to layer shirts and light sweaters underneath, but don't want it to be huge either. (if anyone has a barbour commander, I want it to fit exactly like a size L barbour commander) I am leaning towards the XL, but not idea how this things fits/feels once worn, and if it will stretch at all. I looked at the measurements, but would like an opinion on how it wears.

I hope I'm not too late in replying, but I was going through the same dilemma about 6 months ago and I'm roughly your size give or take a few lbs. Luckily I was able to try both the L and XL on in a store and the XL fit almost perfectly for me. If I recall I was wearing multiple layers and it fit great. The L was a bit short.

 

I have a few Apolis shirts and tees and they are all XL. They are one of the few clothiers I've had to size up when wearing their shirts.

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I hope I'm not too late in replying, but I was going through the same dilemma about 6 months ago and I'm roughly your size give or take a few lbs. Luckily I was able to try both the L and XL on in a store and the XL fit almost perfectly for me. If I recall I was wearing multiple layers and it fit great. The L was a bit short.

 

I have a few Apolis shirts and tees and they are all XL. They are one of the few clothiers I've had to size up when wearing their shirts.


No, not too late, as I am still thinking about picking one up. Thank you for your comments on sizing. I have been thinking that XL would fit better. I am not looking for an overly tight jacket, as I wouldn't mind a little layering. So, thank you again, kind sir.

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No, not too late, as I am still thinking about picking one up. Thank you for your comments on sizing. I have been thinking that XL would fit better. I am not looking for an overly tight jacket, as I wouldn't mind a little layering. So, thank you again, kind sir.


you know they have free returns.  i ordered a size M and XL chore jacket, and size 31 and 32 wool pants yesterday.  i plan on returning the ones that don't fit well.

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you know they have free returns.  i ordered a size M and XL chore jacket, and size 31 and 32 wool pants yesterday.  i plan on returning the ones that don't fit well.


No one has free returns when you live in Canada haha. My main concern at this point is funds really, not fit. I'm fairly confident XL will work well. Its not that I think $325 or whatever it is, less 25%, is unreasonable at all. Its a damn good price for something made well. But I just spent my extra clothing cash on something that just popped up out of no where. If I don't order the chore coat this time, I will soon anyway really.

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No one has free returns when you live in Canada haha. My main concern at this point is funds really, not fit. I'm fairly confident XL will work well. Its not that I think $325 or whatever it is, less 25%, is unreasonable at all. Its a damn good price for something made well. But I just spent my extra clothing cash on something that just popped up out of no where. If I don't order the chore coat this time, I will soon anyway really.


oh, i didn't realize you're from Canada, sorry.  i'm not sure if it's cheaper, but http://parkprovince.com/collections/outerwear/products/wool-chore-jacket has it on sale for 272.99 cad  they have XL too.  i originally ordered from there, but i wasn't sure about sizing and cancelled my order.

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Originally Posted by joekix View Post
 


oh, i didn't realize you're from Canada, sorry.  i'm not sure if it's cheaper, but http://parkprovince.com/collections/outerwear/products/wool-chore-jacket has it on sale for 272.99 cad  they have XL too.  i originally ordered from there, but i wasn't sure about sizing and cancelled my order.


Hey, thanks for the heads up. It would be much easier ordering from there. I have been looking for a place in Canada that sells the chore, but it's seemed impossible to find. I have a local place that carries almost all of apolis except their jackets haha. But again, thanks for this. My wallet doesn't thank you, but I do haha.

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Oh man looking at the measurements on the site now, they definitely lengthened the jacket from when I got it last year. Dammit, I should've waited.
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