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post #826 of 1715
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Originally Posted by ekimneems View Post

That sucks - I'm waiting for their drop to go online so I can use a giftcard. I emailed them to see when they would be putting it up but they never responded. I guess I'll call them today and find out what the deal is.


They are stocking EG, they probably took it down while they put FW stuff up. I just spoke w/ them a few days ago.
post #827 of 1715
Cool, not that their buy is ever exciting (so its really NBD), but the deilvery is really late.
post #828 of 1715
Besides having the gift card the one big plus for Odin is that they stock XS and most stores don't.

Edit: According to Kempt, they will be doing a capsule collection with EG: http://www.getkempt.com/storefront/a-first-look-at-odins-fall-capsule-collection.php - so that could be interesting.
Edited by ekimneems - 9/24/13 at 12:50pm
post #829 of 1715
I've finally gotten around to shooting our second delivery in some fair lighting; some are a bit shady but the colors are fairly well represented (which has been difficult for the first coat)


Reversable Bal Coat in Navy Sateen & Navy Wool


This thing is excellent. the fit is pretty generous from the chest down with fitted shoulders, sort of the expected triangle fit EG often runs with. each side has two front pockets with one additional rear/side pocket, and the sateen side has an extra button pocket just above the others. both fabrics are incredible, though I find the sateen to be particularly outstanding (which is nice, because the wool acting as a lining is probably better for insulation. above photos are a small but with some layers; a denim shirt, and a hybrid sweater/sport coat as pictured below.

Knit Jacket in Navy


Simple piece here, very deconstructed, square cut jacket. short length, good for layering - think more cardigan than blazer, though it does have 3 patch pockets.

Black NyCo Drivers Jacket


Here's a sleeper. 50/50 Nylon Cotton Blend - really gorgeous fabric. feels kind of like a parka or a backpack, but the grid gives an interesting texture to an otherwise straightforward piece. Corduroy detailing on the collar and throughout the inside, along with a paisley lining (the same they used in the sport coats) in the sleeves for some ease of wear. and then pockets! shoulder pocket, breast pocket, two side entry pockets and two back pockets, not to outshine two hidden interior pockets. this is a shorter coat but it has no shortage of utility. for me this is a standout as someone who doesn't normally wear much black due to the variation in the materials. its nice to see black corduroy, satin type lining, cotton/nylon and nylon adjusters all working together instead of one big tonal mass.


we have S-XL in just about all of these but - as usual - stock is incredibly limited so if something catches your eye hit me up ASAP! I'm happy to gather some measurements if necessary
post #830 of 1715
Damnit i didn't really want anything from this FW until i saw that reversible bal coat. How much is that? Around what temperature would it be good down to?
post #831 of 1715
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Originally Posted by Portland Dry Goods View Post

I've finally gotten around to shooting our second delivery in some fair lighting; some are a bit shady but the colors are fairly well represented (which has been difficult for the first coat)


Reversable Bal Coat in Navy Sateen & Navy Wool


This thing is excellent. the fit is pretty generous from the chest down with fitted shoulders, sort of the expected triangle fit EG often runs with. each side has two front pockets with one additional rear/side pocket, and the sateen side has an extra button pocket just above the others. both fabrics are incredible, though I find the sateen to be particularly outstanding (which is nice, because the wool acting as a lining is probably better for insulation. above photos are a small but with some layers; a denim shirt, and a hybrid sweater/sport coat as pictured below.

Knit Jacket in Navy


Simple piece here, very deconstructed, square cut jacket. short length, good for layering - think more cardigan than blazer, though it does have 3 patch pockets.

Black NyCo Drivers Jacket


Here's a sleeper. 50/50 Nylon Cotton Blend - really gorgeous fabric. feels kind of like a parka or a backpack, but the grid gives an interesting texture to an otherwise straightforward piece. Corduroy detailing on the collar and throughout the inside, along with a paisley lining (the same they used in the sport coats) in the sleeves for some ease of wear. and then pockets! shoulder pocket, breast pocket, two side entry pockets and two back pockets, not to outshine two hidden interior pockets. this is a shorter coat but it has no shortage of utility. for me this is a standout as someone who doesn't normally wear much black due to the variation in the materials. its nice to see black corduroy, satin type lining, cotton/nylon and nylon adjusters all working together instead of one big tonal mass.


we have S-XL in just about all of these but - as usual - stock is incredibly limited so if something catches your eye hit me up ASAP! I'm happy to gather some measurements if necessary

That black ripstop will fade incredibly well on that Driver's jacket too. Nice stuff, the Bal coat looks amazing.
post #832 of 1715
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Originally Posted by Portland Dry Goods View Post

Reversable Bal Coat in Navy Sateen & Navy Wool

This thing is excellent. the fit is pretty generous from the chest down with fitted shoulders, sort of the expected triangle fit EG often runs with. each side has two front pockets with one additional rear/side pocket, and the sateen side has an extra button pocket just above the others. both fabrics are incredible, though I find the sateen to be particularly outstanding (which is nice, because the wool acting as a lining is probably better for insulation. above photos are a small but with some layers; a denim shirt, and a hybrid sweater/sport coat as pictured below.

Black NyCo Drivers Jacket

Here's a sleeper. 50/50 Nylon Cotton Blend - really gorgeous fabric. feels kind of like a parka or a backpack, but the grid gives an interesting texture to an otherwise straightforward piece. Corduroy detailing on the collar and throughout the inside, along with a paisley lining (the same they used in the sport coats) in the sleeves for some ease of wear. and then pockets! shoulder pocket, breast pocket, two side entry pockets and two back pockets, not to outshine two hidden interior pockets. this is a shorter coat but it has no shortage of utility. for me this is a standout as someone who doesn't normally wear much black due to the variation in the materials. its nice to see black corduroy, satin type lining, cotton/nylon and nylon adjusters all working together instead of one big tonal mass.

we have S-XL in just about all of these but - as usual - stock is incredibly limited so if something catches your eye hit me up ASAP! I'm happy to gather some measurements if necessary

Both those look excellent, can you share chuck norris stats for fit reference, and is he also wearing a small in the driver? Tia.
post #833 of 1715
post #834 of 1715
And today we received:

F3C0357 / LDT Vest / Grey Wool Herringbone Windowpane S>M $400.00
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

We were only able to get small and medium, unfortunately... Sorry, guys! Still waiting to see what happens with the LDT Jacket in the same fabric, so hopefully in the end we'll have the full suit of the Irving Pants, LDT Vest, and LDT Jacket.

Drinkwater's Cambridge
(617) 547-2067
post #835 of 1715
Can't wait to visit Drinkwater's next month when my sister's kid has her first birthday!
post #836 of 1715
It's a beautiful store, and you'll find a ton of previous season EG too. I was blown away by some of the stuff still hanging out there!
post #837 of 1715

Where is selling that EG Long Beach Parka and whats the rrp?

 

Cheers

post #838 of 1715
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Originally Posted by deeman View Post

Where is selling that EG Long Beach Parka and whats the rrp?

Cheers

could be Japan only, but based on prices at second stage its in the $420-$450 range if a US store carries it. Email Nepenthes, they will tell you!
post #839 of 1715
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Originally Posted by deeman View Post

Where is selling that EG Long Beach Parka and whats the rrp?

Cheers
Outside of Japan, Aspecto (Manchester UK) and Volls (Darmstadt, Germany). Nepenthes too, but only in S and M.

Olive Calvary Twill ($480) and Navy 11W Corduroy ($432).

... and please leave me a cord version in L.
post #840 of 1715
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