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I just rounded up every Post Overalls short I could find on sale (surprised to still find quite a few on Mortar, Union and Independence) and the quality of those is just insane.
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post #137 of 1127

Just got off the phone with Nepenthes. They received quite a big drop of stuff.

 

Lafayette Shorts in 4 colours – Orange, Green, Navy [all with florals], and white with the tie dye print.

Baker Jacket in navy paisely.

Popover shirt in Navy Hawaiian Print and White with navy 'surf' print.

Rounded collar shirts in Navy with polka dot variations, White with a red/navy polka dot and an irridescent chambray.

Wind Breaker jacket in yellow and red Nylon Ripstop.

 

Might have missed 1 or 2 other items but most of those pieces they received [in my mind] are quite beautiful.

post #138 of 1127
Was wondering can anyone help me with a sizing question on the Fatigue Pants, called Nepenthes to try and get a pair but sold out in small which they say is equivalent to a 32 waist.

Has anyone got this pant and can comment on how they size? I have the Ground Crew pant fro FW12 in 32 and they're a touch tight but work ok so would I indeed be small in the Fatigue or is a medium better?

Thanks for any help...
post #139 of 1127
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Originally Posted by JasonV View Post

Was wondering can anyone help me with a sizing question on the Fatigue Pants, called Nepenthes to try and get a pair but sold out in small which they say is equivalent to a 32 waist.

Has anyone got this pant and can comment on how they size? I have the Ground Crew pant fro FW12 in 32 and they're a touch tight but work ok so would I indeed be small in the Fatigue or is a medium better?

Thanks for any help...


Just from reading that youre definitely a Medium :) Im a W32 and wear medium on all my fatigues.

post #140 of 1127
How is the fit on the fatigue pant this season? I really want a slimmer fitting fatigue pant in olive sateen. SS12 fit looked pretty good I thought, but wasn't offered in the sateen. Previous FW fits in the fatigue have been huge.
post #141 of 1127
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How is the fit on the fatigue pant this season? I really want a slimmer fitting fatigue pant in olive sateen. SS12 fit looked pretty good I thought, but wasn't offered in the sateen. Previous FW fits in the fatigue have been huge.

It's regular straight leg fit like this past seasons usn pant. Nothing huge like past fatigue pants. Drinkwaters has them in olive sateen in addition to Nepenthes
post #142 of 1127
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Originally Posted by el duderino View Post


It's regular straight leg fit like this past seasons usn pant. Nothing huge like past fatigue pants. Drinkwaters has them in olive sateen in addition to Nepenthes


If you want a slimmer cut pant maybe you could try the USN pant? i got this season's one already and it has a slight taper to it as well...

post #143 of 1127
Perfect. I don't need it super slim, just not huge like some past seasons. I have some USN pants, love them, but really like the pocket setup on fatigues. May have to check in with Gary on that.
post #144 of 1127
This place seems to have the most new SS items up so far:

http://www.remixjp.com/product-group/90
post #145 of 1127
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Just from reading that youre definitely a Medium smile.gif Im a W32 and wear medium on all my fatigues.

Thanks Knight, thought Small sounded,,,well too small! Tried Gary but the 32 Inch had sold out, not sure if he meant the Small or Medium if that's how they're tagged.
post #146 of 1127
If anyone missed out on these last spring I have them new in a L. I lost a lot of weight. $150 + euro shipping.


post #147 of 1127
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Originally Posted by JasonV View Post

Was wondering can anyone help me with a sizing question on the Fatigue Pants, called Nepenthes to try and get a pair but sold out in small which they say is equivalent to a 32 waist.
Has anyone got this pant and can comment on how they size? I have the Ground Crew pant fro FW12 in 32 and they're a touch tight but work ok so would I indeed be small in the Fatigue or is a medium better?
Thanks for any help...
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Originally Posted by slide13 View Post

How is the fit on the fatigue pant this season? I really want a slimmer fitting fatigue pant in olive sateen. SS12 fit looked pretty good I thought, but wasn't offered in the sateen. Previous FW fits in the fatigue have been huge.
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Originally Posted by JasonV View Post

Thanks Knight, thought Small sounded,,,well too small! Tried Gary but the 32 Inch had sold out, not sure if he meant the Small or Medium if that's how they're tagged.

I've seen 2 types of fatigue pants out there, the regular EG line (tagged 28,30,32,34, etc) and the workaday line (tagged xs,s,m,l,xl) and iirc the workaday fatigue still fits like the old regular fatigue with a wider leg, but the newer regular EG fatigue fits more like a slim strait,,,, and, at least in theory, the sizing should be as follows:
XS=28-29
S=30-31
M=32-33
L=34-35
XL=36-37
post #148 of 1127
Can anyone link me to, or write out a list of, all SS13 pop-overs and short-sleeves?

Would be much appreciated.

Thanks.
post #149 of 1127
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Originally Posted by canstyleace View Post



I've seen 2 types of fatigue pants out there, the regular EG line (tagged 28,30,32,34, etc) and the workaday line (tagged xs,s,m,l,xl) and iirc the workaday fatigue still fits like the old regular fatigue with a wider leg, but the newer regular EG fatigue fits more like a slim strait,,,, and, at least in theory, the sizing should be as follows:
XS=28-29
S=30-31
M=32-33
L=34-35
XL=36-37

The Fatigues we have in stock are indeed sized XS-XL, not numerically. And you're right, these are definitely a straight-legged cut, not at all the relaxed Workaday fit we've had here for some time. Something worth taking note of is that there are cinches on the waist; The UNCINCHED measurement is pretty generous and can sound more typical of the next size up, whereas the CINCHED waist measurement is truer to the outlined scale and what you would normally assume for the size.
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Originally Posted by JRS1979 View Post

Can anyone link me to, or write out a list of, all SS13 pop-overs and short-sleeves?

Would be much appreciated.

Thanks.

If I can find the list of all of the available pieces for the season I'll type this up. It's around here somewhere...
post #150 of 1127
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