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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

The Leder great coat is incredible. I think it fits TTS too (L was a good fit for me... until people bought them all)

Then I'd probably take a M? Not that I can really do anything with more outerwear, but that coat is so amazing.
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What would be warmer for a Chicago winter, the SdC rabbit lined parka or the Norwegian rain Moscow coat, or about the same?
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Originally Posted by teddieriley View Post

What would be warmer for a Chicago winter, the SdC rabbit lined parka or the Norwegian rain Moscow coat, or about the same?


Others might have experience with NR Moscow but if you SdC fishtail rabbit is unreal piece of outwear. You won't regret your decision.
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I bought the NR Moscow but haven't worn it yet. When I lived in Chicago, I wanted long coats. When the temperatures drop and the wind whips off the lake, longer is better.
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Thread Starter 
Today may be a good day for it. It got quite chilly here with low thirties in the morning.
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Do you recommend hairsheep or deerskin gloves? Will be wearing them in and out of car to/from work building. I would like to keep them on sometimes while driving too. I do not want something too thick where I feel I cant do much with my hands. Do the Dents deerskin gloves fit my needs?
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@gdl203

Quick Buttero Question to confirm sizing. I'm pretty much a 43/9 UK/ 10US, but need a bit of a wider last (ie. Carmina Rain, potentially P2 Vass). Am I best off trying purchasing a 42 in the standard low tops? Any sizing or break in difference between suedes and leathers?

Thanks.
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Im a 10.5 with a wide foot and 43 Buttero is.perfect
post #27714 of 37351
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Originally Posted by Mr. Six View Post

Then I'd probably take a M? Not that I can really do anything with more outerwear, but that coat is so amazing.

I'm 50 Formosa, 52 Eidos in SCs, like you I believe, and have the Leder in L. Slimmer wouldn't have worked.
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Reading back to last year's posts around Thanksgiving I notice there was a sale for founding members. Is this an elite club or is there any way I can join?
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Originally Posted by clarksdb View Post

Reading back to last year's posts around Thanksgiving I notice there was a sale for founding members. Is this an elite club or is there any way I can join?

no way in
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Originally Posted by clarksdb View Post

Reading back to last year's posts around Thanksgiving I notice there was a sale for founding members. Is this an elite club or is there any way I can join?

People who signed up when NMWA was launched about two years ago are identified as FC members; not elite but more early bird gets the worm, but it can't be joined now. As far as sale is concerned, it opens first to FC members and then to everyone else, so sign up for NMWA emails.

 

cheers!

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Getting scared that I have to pull the rabbits out in November. Also the Begg washed cashmere scarf is fantastic (though I've tied it poorly here). 

post #27719 of 37351
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Originally Posted by LEVOOSH View Post

@gdl203

Quick Buttero Question to confirm sizing. I'm pretty much a 43/9 UK/ 10US, but need a bit of a wider last (ie. Carmina Rain, potentially P2 Vass). Am I best off trying purchasing a 42 in the standard low tops? Any sizing or break in difference between suedes and leathers?

Thanks.

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Originally Posted by msg View Post

Im a 10.5 with a wide foot and 43 Buttero is.perfect

I am a size US9.5 on the narrow side of medium. I wear a size 42 in Buttero that is a little bit big; size 41.5 would probably be ideal. I think you are a size 42 in the low tops, but we'll see what Greg says.
post #27720 of 37351
@baltimoron Love those trousers. You really wear them too.
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