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post #211 of 1716

for last 5/6 seasons I've bought Railroad / Work jackets , they seem narrow at the shoulder and bulbous at the bottom ..

post #212 of 1716
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Lol, no. Only way you'll get a discount is at end-of-season sales.

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Gift? how much did you buy?
Most I've gotten is no tax/free ship, and I thought I bought tonnage.

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If your out of state it's always no tax/ free ship.
I bought a bunch throughout the season, a few suits, shirts, shorts etc. SS11 was a good one

No? Not even if you buy for like $4000?
To me it's a matter of taking care of your customers and showing appreciation. I usually get discounts when buying in stores for a lot less amounts.

Canstyleace, flyinglotus
How can I as a non us citizen take advantage of tax free purchases when I visit the US, someone told me there are some papers that the stores can fill out if you show them your passport and you'll get to buy free of tax. Do you know? Thanks a lot
post #213 of 1716

I have a SS13 Chambray RailRoader jacket & it fits me well.

 

The Coverall is also an interesting piece worthwhile considering.

post #214 of 1716
I've got a fw11 railroader and it sort of fits very wide in the back and narrow at the top end. Still an amazing piece but it does have an interesting fit.
post #215 of 1716
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I've got a fw11 railroader and it sort of fits very wide in the back and narrow at the top end. Still an amazing piece but it does have an interesting fit.

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for last 5/6 seasons I've bought Railroad / Work jackets , they seem narrow at the shoulder and bulbous at the bottom ..

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I have a SS13 Chambray RailRoader jacket & it fits me well.

The Coverall is also an interesting piece worthwhile considering.

Thanks dudes.

My apologies for the confusion, but I meant sizing for the shirting in general. Specifically, I've been seeing 18+ inch shoulder measurements on sz. Small shirts, which typically come in at 17-17.5". Then again, if my years of buying clothing online have taught me anything it's that posted measurements are straight up wrong about 2/3 of the time
post #216 of 1716

 

the matt pants are growing on me!

 

LDT

 

 

Deck jacket

post #217 of 1716
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Did you happen to get a full list of the available colourways/fabrics for that jacket? I'd really like to pick that up this season as well.

My list of planned buys from this season just keeps growing and growing beyond my budget ;_;

Still not sure on the sizing though. As Dino pointed out, many of the online measurements for shirts seems to indicate much wider shoulders than in the past

 

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Originally Posted by Phil McCrackin View Post

does it have a cord collar ? ^^

 

No i didnt sadly i went through the process of calling Nepenthes and asking them or Steven and Gary at Drinkwaters and they kindly obliged. I got an Email from End clothing the other day and theyre receiving the Coverall Jkt in Brown Duck canvas, Blue Duck canvas, and Black duck canvas, plus its also available in Indigo denim. It might also be available in natural denim -- i wouldnt be surprised.

 

From the picture it doesnt have a cord collar (which i dont really care for) but there are cord details like under the throat tab etc... The Railroad and the Coleman jackets have corduroy collars so maybe thats your best bet.

post #218 of 1716
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I placed a customer order with Gary just recently and I'm quite pumped. The jacket that ill be getting this year is the Coverall Jacket. Love the finish and the detail. It's pictured in denim but I ordered the brown duck canvas. Can't wait I need something like this.


Do you know if they will also apply contrast stitching on the brown duck canvas?
post #219 of 1716
Anyone know if the button shawls will make a return?
post #220 of 1716
If I see another question about button shawls from toasty I'm gonna keel over.




Yes, they are re-releasing them.

Hopefully you can buy one so you don't have to ask 1,000 times about trying to find stock. Brace yourself!
post #221 of 1716

Toasty:

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Button Shawl:

Red/Navy Heavy Twill Plaid
Grey/Navy Heavy Twill Plaid
Black/Blue Heavy Twill Plaid
Dark Navy/Heather Grey Wide Stripe
Dark Navy/Red Wide Stripe
Black/Blue Wide Stripe
Grey 12oz All Wool Flannel
Red 12oz All Wool Flannel
Dark Navy 12oz All Wool Flannel
Black 12oz All Wool Flannel
Mixed Multicolored Plaid
Grey Wool HB/Windowpane
Navy Wool HB/Windowpane

 

Like the idea of a grey herringbone windowpane one myself...

post #222 of 1716
lol8[1].gif !! Sorry, Fycus...did not realize HA!!!

Thank you, Lorcan

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post #223 of 1716
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Do you know if they will also apply contrast stitching on the brown duck canvas?

It's probably going to be the white triple chain stitch, if I had to guess.
post #224 of 1716
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Originally Posted by TWorksheets View Post



Thanks dudes.

My apologies for the confusion, but I meant sizing for the shirting in general. Specifically, I've been seeing 18+ inch shoulder measurements on sz. Small shirts, which typically come in at 17-17.5". Then again, if my years of buying clothing online have taught me anything it's that posted measurements are straight up wrong about 2/3 of the time

What shirts in specific are you talking about? It may be an intended larger measurement w/ shorter sleeve lengths for a certain aesthetic. I really don't have much experience in EG shirting other than miner shirts and work shirts though, so if you're talking 19th century or tab collar - I probably cannot be much help.
post #225 of 1716
Can anyone please comment on the duck canvas fabric?
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