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post #8656 of 25254
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Originally Posted by JohnElliottCo View Post

^ it will stretch the least in the armpit area where all the stitching meets - not going to have much give there. It would stretch more in the areas with less reinforcement and stitching, like the arms for instance.


thank you for that info, so it looks like I might need the Medium cause of the arm pit area?  are some people around the offie wearing it when its tight around the arm pit?

 

thanks

post #8657 of 25254
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Originally Posted by victoorious View Post


thank you for that info, so it looks like I might need the Medium cause of the arm pit area?  are some people around the offie wearing it when its tight around the arm pit?

thanks

The samples were size 1 / small - exact specs you have and were worn by people your size and are still being worn and look great. They've stretched to conform but that tightness in that area doesn't really give that much. Now that we have the production in some people the same size are taking mediums. Not that we can't fit the small but just personal preference of how you want to wear it.
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@JohnElliottCo I'm 5'8 165 should I go with a M? Don't want it to tight since I want to layer it. Any help would be highly appreciated!
post #8659 of 25254
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Originally Posted by starlord22 View Post

@JohnElliottCo I'm 5'8 165 should I go with a M? Don't want it to tight since I want to layer it. Any help would be highly appreciated!

Yea, I think a medium could work. Check out the measurements and compare to a jacket you own that fits you well.
post #8660 of 25254
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Originally Posted by victoorious View Post

Here it is guys.  Picked it up about an hour ago,

Check out the boxing they used for this.  Even came with a garment bag and hanger.


























The jacket is EXTREMELY BUTTERY!  details and everything is superb!

my dilemma is now between a Small or a Medium

I am 5'9 155lb

Small






The small fits okay, but is very tight around the arm pits.  If I were to pretend to hug someone, I can feel it riding up against my arms.

Here is the Medium






To me the medium fits perfect.  

My question is, @JohnElliottCo
, will the small stretch a lot?  If the small will stretch out in the arm pitt area then It might work out better for me.

Thank you

I also tried layering the small with a medium villain,  it then makes me look like I'm wearing my girlfriends jacket lol
Damn looks so good about to pull the trigger.
post #8661 of 25254
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Originally Posted by starlord22 View Post

@JohnElliottCo I'm 5'8 165 should I go with a M? Don't want it to tight since I want to layer it. Any help would be highly appreciated!


get a medium.  I looked like a fool with the Small and  Medium villain under haha.

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Originally Posted by victoorious View Post

Here it is guys.  Picked it up about an hour ago,

Check out the boxing they used for this.  Even came with a garment bag and hanger. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


























The jacket is EXTREMELY BUTTERY!  details and everything is superb!

my dilemma is now between a Small or a Medium

I am 5'9 155lb

Small






The small fits okay, but is very tight around the arm pits.  If I were to pretend to hug someone, I can feel it riding up against my arms.

Here is the Medium





To me the medium fits perfect.  

My question is, @JohnElliottCo
, will the small stretch a lot?  If the small will stretch out in the arm pitt area then It might work out better for me.

Thank you

I also tried layering the small with a medium villain,  it then makes me look like I'm wearing my girlfriends jacket lol

Medium looks good.
post #8663 of 25254
Well, I guess after you work with Gap, they have license to continue knocking off your product!

This sweatshirt actually fits better than the collaboration did, feels pretty good, and costs less. With a coupon code they sent me, I picked it up for $25.

There's no black villain crew right now, so why not ya know..







Sitting right next to these was a pair of sweats in the exact grey duo colorway. Wonder how JE feels about this.
post #8664 of 25254
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Originally Posted by barrettdudley View Post

Well, I guess after you work with Gap, they have license to continue knocking off your product!

This sweatshirt actually fits better than the collaboration did, feels pretty good, and costs less. With a coupon code they sent me, I picked it up for $25.

There's no black villain crew right now, so why not ya know..

Pacsun released an entire collection and even picked a model resembling the JE model 😂😂





Sitting right next to these was a pair of sweats in the exact grey duo colorway. Wonder how JE feels about this.
post #8665 of 25254
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Originally Posted by barrettdudley View Post

Well, I guess after you work with Gap, they have license to continue knocking off your product!

This sweatshirt actually fits better than the collaboration did, feels pretty good, and costs less. With a coupon code they sent me, I picked it up for $25.

There's no black villain crew right now, so why not ya know..







Sitting right next to these was a pair of sweats in the exact grey duo colorway. Wonder how JE feels about this.
SMH.
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post #8667 of 25254
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Originally Posted by Understudy View Post

Orders for next season were placed by all stockists before the FW15 show took place in NYC. We can attest that the price point remains the same with the exception of a few new styles with more advanced fabrics and construction, but that only gives you more to choose from.

Thanks guys, great to see you on here.
post #8668 of 25254
So after mulling it over, I pulled the trigger on the rider. Putting my trust in JE and what they say about their products. Looking forward to getting it early next week for my trip to Boston. Speaking of, any recommendations whilst I'm there? Shopping, food, etc.
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Just to confirm...there are NO interior pockets on the rider?  Just making sure i didn't overlook in pics

post #8670 of 25254
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Originally Posted by drb1911 View Post

Just to confirm...there are NO interior pockets on the rider?  Just making sure i didn't overlook in pics

No interior pockets. There are four very functional pockets on the front of the jacket. Any interior pocket would have overlapped on those pockets or would have been awkwardly placed.
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