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Curious to know what other guys like me - slim large, 33-34" waist - wear as Eidos size. 40? Sorry, I'm new to the suit game.

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Originally Posted by GeorgeC View Post

Curious to know what other guys like me - slim large, 33-34" waist - wear as Eidos size. 40? Sorry, I'm new to the suit game.
40 and 40L
post #5748 of 6229
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Originally Posted by gyasih View Post

40 and 40L

Same
post #5749 of 6229
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Originally Posted by NickPollica View Post

The quarters are substantially more closed.

thanks for the info.
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Originally Posted by mossrockss View Post

chopping would be bad, very bad, haha.

Here are mine.

NMWA



Lorenzo (not the best posture or lighting but you can see what's going on)


as antonio said, quarters are the biggest difference. shoulders have come in quite a bit as well (which you can see—my Lorenzo dates from AW14, the gun club is AW15).

damn that's really rounded, time to think about it...
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Originally Posted by sebastian mcfox View Post

Not @ComfortablyDumb, but here is me wearing them.

I don't think there are the best option for winter - they're very light and unstructured. There's a reason Christian calls them the 'perfect summer boot'.

I strongly disagree with this statement and wouldn't recommend them - or any boot really - for summer. Are they going to be as warm as something lined in shearling? No, but they're deconstructed silhouette makes just as comfortable, particularly when combined with the crepe sole. They performed well last weekend through the rain and chill of Stockholm and I'm looking forward to running them all winter long.
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Originally Posted by NickPollica View Post

The fabric was from our Ischia collection and it was open piece goods from the mill E. Thomas. Isaia also had it in their collection and I'm not suprised to see LBM used it as well as it is a beautiful cloth. We design a lot of exclusive textiles at this point but I will throw in an open goods fabric if it fits in with our seasonal colors and this one did.

Thanks for the info, I have the Isaia version, I believe double breasted
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Originally Posted by NickPollica View Post


Cosign this. I'd actually say I like the one marcus has even more.

 

 

The two he's selling (or at least showing) are both stunning! 

 

 

That sweater-ish jacket you were wearing on friday @NickPollica Who's selling it? 

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The two he's selling (or at least showing) are both stunning! 


That sweater-ish jacket you were wearing on friday @NickPollica
 Who's selling it? 

Was the indigo cotton pique augusto that Gentry had for spring. Its sold out now but Unionmade will have something very similar when they go live in the next couple days.
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Was the indigo cotton pique augusto that Gentry had for spring. Its sold out now but Unionmade will have something very similar when they go live in the next couple days.

 

 

Thanks! It looked extremely comfortable! Will keep my eyes on Unionmade. 

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Originally Posted by Keen View Post
 

 

 

The two he's selling (or at least showing) are both stunning! 

 

 

That sweater-ish jacket you were wearing on friday @NickPollica Who's selling it? 


Can you post Marcus's web address?

 

Thanks.

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Come through if you are in the bay area!

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@sebastian mcfox many thanks - boots look incredible!

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Picked up the cream sal trousers from NMWA. I am so freaking excited about these pants. This is the most excited I have been about an item of RTW clothing in a LONG time.

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