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post #346 of 1715
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Originally Posted by about11oclock View Post

What's price on polda dot corduroy and navy work shirt?

Thanks!

Polka dot - $264

Navy work shirt - $228

post #347 of 1715
Why did they go so slim on the matt pants? uhoh.gif http://needsupply.com/mens/new/olive-sateen-matt-pant.html
post #348 of 1715
Pinned from the back maybe
post #349 of 1715
Just bought the navy workshirt from drinkwaters
post #350 of 1715
Just in at Oi Polloi, I wonder if they made a mistake regarding the 19C BD Corduroy polka dot priced at £155...
The field parka seems to be very nice, can't wait to try it out.
post #351 of 1715
I'm expecting our buy in the near future so here's a rundown of what we're getting in:


Work Shirt in Brown / Blue Cotton Plaid - $204
Lafayette Shirt in Black Flanell Plaid - $192

Bedford Jacket in Gray Wool Harringbone - $528
Driver's Jacket in Black Ny/Co Ripstop - $432
Navy Flannel / Reverse Sateen Reversable Bal Coat - $744 (this thing is insane. I can not stress this enough)
Knit Jacket in Dark Navy Cotton / Wool Jersey - $420

Also included are 4 styles of the button shawl, 4 styles of beanies (2 quilted beanies, very cool), and some pocket squares I'll photograph what I get as it comes in
post #352 of 1715
too bad you guys don't carry extra small
post #353 of 1715
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button shawls, you say...
post #354 of 1715
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Originally Posted by shoreman1782 View Post

button shawls, you say...
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Originally Posted by crosswound View Post

too bad you guys don't carry extra small
sorry dude frown.gif its a tough size to sell in this town full of hockey players
post #355 of 1715
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Originally Posted by shoreman1782 View Post

button shawls, you say...

the salmon people print button shawl on nepenthes tumblr was fucking amazing.
post #356 of 1715
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Originally Posted by Phil McCrackin View Post

anyone ittk ? this seasons reversed sateen fatigues , they labelled say 32 / 34 / 36 or m/l/xl ?
is xl = 38" , or does the 36 come in at 38" ?

This seasons fatigues are labelled 30, 32, 34. SS13 fatigues were labelled S, M, L...
They also don't got the drawstring that SS13 had, but they have two front buttons instead just as the SS13 USN Pants. SS13 fatigues did not have that.

30 is actually 32 (waist unbuttoned = 32, buttoned = 30) I cannot confirm this but I'm guessing this is correct. SS13 was just like that, and OiPolloi's measurements seems to state that too.
Edited by Shingles - 8/6/13 at 10:39am
post #357 of 1715
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Originally Posted by Knight View Post

Some stores in Japan have received the corduroy Long Beach Pants in a range of lovely colours including red. These pics courtesy of Second Stage.

 

 

 

 

 

 

this is going to cost me a lot of money............. (just signed up with fromjapan) .............................................................. 

post #358 of 1715
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Originally Posted by Portland Dry Goods View Post

Navy Flannel / Reverse Sateen Reversable Bal Coat - $744 (this thing is insane. I can not stress this enough)

Also included are 4 styles of the button shawl, 4 styles of beanies (2 quilted beanies, very cool), and some pocket squares I'll photograph what I get as it comes in

Also very interested in the Reversible Bal Coat and I'm hoping to be able to run that as my main winter jacket. This might be a difficult question to answer but I'll give it a try as I'm so curious about it.. How thick and warm would you estimate it to be? If you were to wear a thick wool SNS Herning Stark cardigan or similar underneath, do you think you would manage say -5°F (-20°C)? As a reference I wore a cardigan like that with an EG wool duffle last winter in those degrees and it worked out just great but as this thing is in cotton and not wool it's probably not as warm? :/
Is it available in more colors or is it only the navy?

And how much are the button shawls? Thank you!
post #359 of 1715
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Originally Posted by Shingles View Post

Also very interested in the Reversible Bal Coat and I'm hoping to be able to run that as my main winter jacket. This might be a difficult question to answer but I'll give it a try as I'm so curious about it.. How thick and warm would you estimate it to be? If you were to wear a thick wool SNS Herning Stark cardigan or similar underneath, do you think you would manage say -5°F (-20°C)? As a reference I wore a cardigan like that with an EG wool duffle last winter in those degrees and it worked out just great but as this thing is in cotton and not wool it's probably not as warm? :/
Is it available in more colors or is it only the navy?

And how much are the button shawls? Thank you!

It's going to be warm but its not down insulated or anything like that. I'd consider it akin to a pretty typical peacoat, though much more stylish and the sateen side allows you to play with the functionality a bit. I bet you could layer up under it and be pretty good at five below. the wool will insulate nicely and the sateen side aught to be good for snow repellence. hit me up and I can see about reserving a size for you.

the shawls vary in price depending on fabric; there's a cotton twill option that doesnt quite break 100; most of our buy will cost 150. some of the more elaborate ones can reach past 2 (wool windowpane, etc.)
post #360 of 1715
Can someone post a pic of the Reversible Bal Coat? My Google-fu is failing me at the moment. I'm definitely looking for a winter coat this year and I'm hoping EG can satisfy my requirements on warmth + style.
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