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Marmot.
post #5717 of 12663
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Which one? J Crew, Marmot, or Gap. Don't take price into consideration. i tried on the one from the Gap and my kid told me it looked like a girl's jacket. I like the Marmot because it isn't as puffy as the others.

None. Go with this one from Nau. It is actually designed with fit in mind, and is a reasonable price. Despite not being as bulky, it was way warmer than my old TNF Nuptse because it fits so well.

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This is probably a stupid question but.....
is there such a thing as tie- talioring? make it shorter/ more narrow ect?
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Where can I find quality button down club collar shirts?
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Patrick Ervell does cub collar shirts most every season. On the cheaper side, club monaco does them as well.
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crosspost from Rag & Bone thread which is getting buried on the front page: I'm trying to contact Rag & Bone about a replacement donut button for the button fly on a pair of RB2. I tried emailing info@rag-bone.com and got this:
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You are not allowed to post to this mailing list, and your message has been automatically rejected. If you think that your messages are being rejected in error, contact the mailing list owner at info-owner@rag-bone.com.
Does anyone know who I should email for questions like this (replacement button)?
post #5722 of 12663
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This is probably a stupid question but.....
is there such a thing as tie- talioring? make it shorter/ more narrow ect?

Member tiecollector has mentioned in passing of doing just that. I'd try PMing him.
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Probably #1. I use these when I spend winters up north. Super warm and dry.

http://www.rei.com/product/756416
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I like the look of #2 a little more, but they wouldn't be as versatile as number #1. Those Keens look really nice, but I want to spend a little less. They have a pair of those on eBay for half the price, but not in my size...
post #5726 of 12663
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Patrick Ervell does cub collar shirts most every season.

On the cheaper side, club monaco does them as well.

Is there an online store that sells Patrick Ervell shirts? I saw Barney's carries the brand, but doesn't put them on their site.
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Inapt P-Coat Question -- I'm wondering what size I should get. My favorite jacket is an H&M small 18.5" (pit-to-pit) so I'm wondering if I should get the M or L. The only thing I'm worried about is even the large being too small. Anyone who already has one know whether the medium/large is equivalent to a H&M small? Note: If someone has the size chart translated that'd be awesome.
post #5728 of 12663
Nevermind, I translated the page through Yahoo and I figured it out.
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I have a 33 1/2 inch chest, and I don't know if I should go with a xsmall or small American Apparel t shirt. Anyone with a similar build want to help? The fabric description says minimal shrinkage, but I think I've seen members here say they shrink a lot. Alternative brands with good fitted t shirts are welcomed.
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Are wellingtons strictly a necessity/utilitarian shoe, can they be worn with any sort of charisma? I don't like to wear the same shoes/boots every single day, and once it begins to snow here I am thinking I could wear wellingtons on snowy days with slimmer jeans/ pants and do some sort of tuck maybe? In my head I am seeing it and it doesn't look stupid, I guess I am just looking for opinions/feedback as to whether something like this could work or if I should head back to the drawing board. robbie I have a 33 1/2 inch chest, and I don't know if I should go with a xsmall or small American Apparel t shirt. Anyone with a similar build want to help? The fabric description says minimal shrinkage, but I think I've seen members here say they shrink a lot. Alternative brands with good fitted t shirts are welcomed. small imo.
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