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post #1561 of 1716
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Originally Posted by eluther View Post


What are those boots?

 

Chippewa do some that are very similar

 

 

edit: the actual russel x nepenthes below look a lot nicer though


Edited by Lorcan7 - 1/11/14 at 2:13am
post #1562 of 1716
Can anyone comment on how the work jacket fits?
post #1563 of 1716
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Originally Posted by xander_horst View Post


Has EG ever collaborated with Russell Moc?

Nepenthes x Russell "Knock a bout" boot.

   

post #1564 of 1716
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Originally Posted by Jagger_On View Post

I've loved that salmon people print since I first saw it and it sounds like I'm the only one who thinks the red is a lot nicer than the indigo. Would've paid full price for it but I seen it in Garbstore and didn't think it was worth £800. I've been thinking about it all season, even though everyone around me says it's horrible but I just ordered the peacoat as I felt the price was now acceptable. If the rest of my outfit is quite quiet it should work okay (i'm thinking the navy E-1 pants from last year).

nope, I'm with you...the red is nicer than the indigo in the salmon print.

would say the same about the lafayette jacket--navy/black ends up looking dingy in a way the red/navy and grey/navy don't
post #1565 of 1716
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Originally Posted by FlyingLotus View Post

Can anyone comment on how the work jacket fits?

 

Coverall , you mean ?

If yes sized down this season to xl no problem.

Or if you mean wool herringbone version , xxl was fine but sleeves bit long.

post #1566 of 1716
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Originally Posted by Phil McCrackin View Post
 

 

Coverall , you mean ?

If yes sized down this season to xl no problem.

Or if you mean wool herringbone version , xxl was fine but sleeves bit long.

There is a Coverall and Work Jacket. Unfortunately, I cant comment on the fit of either. 

post #1567 of 1716

I too have a questions regarding fit of Engineered Garments jackets/coats.

 

I'm new to the outerwear but have purchased a number of tops. Unfortunately, my build does not work with the sizing of the shirts (the are all really long in the arms on me) but I really admire a number of outerwear pieces.

 

So, my questions...

 

It would appear that jackets like the "Work Jacket", "Workaday Utility", and "Coverall" coat have the "bell" shaped design I've heard so much about but not actually experienced by trying on.  Can someone tell me if I'm remotely close to guessing the cut of these jackets?

 

I typically take coats/jackets with at least 24 inches pit to pit.  What size should I be after?

 

For reference I LOVE the fit of Post O'alls and take these in size XL.

 

Many thanks and sorry for the lengthy post. I live in San Diego and do not have a stockist that I can just pop in and try stuff on and am not currently in a financial position to just order pieces to try on.

post #1568 of 1716

Picked up the wool flannel classic shirt in red from the Bureau last week.

https://www.thebureaubelfast.com/shop/1113/red-12oz-all-wool-flannel-classic-shirt

 

Very soft and the color isn't as vivid as shown on the site, terrific layering piece.

post #1569 of 1716
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Originally Posted by RuffyD View Post

Picked up the wool flannel classic shirt in red from the Bureau last week.
https://www.thebureaubelfast.com/shop/1113/red-12oz-all-wool-flannel-classic-shirt

Very soft and the color isn't as vivid as shown on the site, terrific layering piece.

How's the fit/sizing?
post #1570 of 1716

Fits big, measurements on the Bureau are accurate.

post #1571 of 1716
Yup. And much shorter than the rest of the shirts. Still having a bit of a hassle getting used to the short length myself.
post #1572 of 1716

I don't have any other EG shirts so can't compare, but the length feels alright to me, although I've only been wearing it as a shirt jacket.

For the record, I'm 6"4 and 200 pounds, got the L

post #1573 of 1716
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Originally Posted by Shingles View Post

Yup. And much shorter than the rest of the shirts. Still having a bit of a hassle getting used to the short length myself.

The classic shirt is a camp shirt with long sleeves.. I have one from 09 I think in a gray flannel plaid. Super comfy but def. short and boxy. One is enough for me.
post #1574 of 1716

Btw, EG is 50% on Inventory, plus they have free shipping again

Just picked up the workaday utility jacket

post #1575 of 1716
How are you getting free shipping to go through?
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