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post #211 of 1126
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Originally Posted by dareone View Post

does anyone know how the workshirts for ss13 fit compared to the ones from the fw12? from my understanding, the fw12 ones fit a little larger than previous seasons. and if anyone can provide measurements, that would be helpful. thx!

Work shirts doesn't seem to have changed much. You can find the measurements here: http://www.endclothing.co.uk/brands/engineered-garments/engineered-garments-work-shirt-75954.html


What is worth noting though is that they seem to have increased the size of the Round collar shirt. A small now has the same pit to pit width as a medium work shirt. And last FW12 I had to size up to medium in both round collar shirt and 19th cent. bd shirt while I still went for small in the work shirts.
Edited by Shingles - 1/31/13 at 12:16am
post #212 of 1126

There's some ts(s) stuff here on deep discount.

 

https://www.porvocacao.com/shop/brands/tss/

 

Shipping is 25 Euros to US and Canada.

post #213 of 1126
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Bedford Jacket / Khaki Cotton Pique

 


I need this!

post #214 of 1126
So far the only EG SS piece I have picked up is the Fatigue pants in Olive Sateen.

Considering either the Ground Jacket or Wind Breaker. Thoughts on either?
post #215 of 1126
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Originally Posted by edubs01 View Post

So far the only EG SS piece I have picked up is the Fatigue pants in Olive Sateen.

Considering either the Ground Jacket or Wind Breaker. Thoughts on either?

 

I saw the ground jacket in blue at start london and thought it was really strong in person. The fabric is nice but the collar/hood seemed a little bit off (from what I remember, bigger than I would have preferred) and there were a couple other small cut-related details that didn't work for me personally. But aside from all that and more importantly, I just got a good feel from it and thought it was a pretty affable piece. 

post #216 of 1126
how is the fabric weight on the high count reversed sateen fatigue pants? Pics on the Mohawk website look nice but makes me think the fabric is really lightweight.
post #217 of 1126
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Originally Posted by slide13 View Post

how is the fabric weight on the high count reversed sateen fatigue pants? Pics on the Mohawk website look nice but makes me think the fabric is really lightweight.

I was told by the folks at Nepenthes NY it's very lightweight, almost like nylon.
post #218 of 1126
^thanks, I appreciate. Unfortunately I was hoping for a mid-weight fabric, something all season. Oh well...the wait for the perfect pair of fatigue pants continues....
post #219 of 1126
Same here, I've been tempted to just get the Workaday ones and have the leg slightly slimmed down.
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^+1
It's the rise length of the workaday thats been holding me back
post #221 of 1126
A caution into slimming the workadays--you have to be careful with the shape of the pockets. I had an old pair of fatigues taken in from the outseam side and the pockets are a little off now--seamstress also did not attempt to recreate the type of stitch eg uses. They look OK but not ideal
post #222 of 1126
Good point Shoreman, i'd had something similar done w a baker style pant from 45rpm, but it didn't have the same style stitching. Had them taken in a little from both sides just below the front pockets.
post #223 of 1126
You should embrace the bagginess of the Fatigue. They are amazing.

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I do...

post #225 of 1126
I have Workaday and Orslow fatigues and I too like the baggyness.
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