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Originally Posted by Mr. Six View Post
 

How does Jamieson's sweater sizing compare to Inis and Schneider? I'm a M in Inis and V in Schneider.

 

One size up from normal US chest size.  I would go for 42

 

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Originally Posted by clarksdb View Post

What size would I be in Dents hairsheep gloves? I am a medium typically.

Is the highway tan color close to cognac?

http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/accessories/gloves/highway-tan-inseam-stitched-hairsheep-gloves.html

 

You would be an 8.5, which is probably sold out since those were from last winter so very few left.

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Originally Posted by STL Metropolis View Post
 

Any plans to do an Eidos MTM event?

 

As soon as Eidos says it's good to go

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Originally Posted by airwalker309 View Post
 

For the Scott and Charters Shawl Cardigans would a 36r (slim) jacket size be size S or XS?

Definitely an XS and it may be too large even for you if you prefer a slimmer fit.  

post #27917 of 36466
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Originally Posted by CBrown85 View Post

So do I and I just went with an XS. Guess we'll see if it ends up on eBay.

How did the XS fit?
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Originally Posted by sebastian mcfox View Post

How did the XS fit?

No idea. Box is still on the other side of the continent. It's now in the capable hands of Canada Post.
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Originally Posted by sebastian mcfox View Post

How did the XS fit?
Had mine handy, shot a super shitty fit pic real quick



I am a 38R and this is an XS. Fits like a traditional sport coat, ends at the bottom of my butt. NMWA is right in that it definitely has an outerwear feel to it.

For reference I am a little under 5'10" and have 33 inch arms.
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Hmm, worried the S will be too big. Hopefully not!
post #27921 of 36466
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The Five Gift Ideas series is back :)

 

http://nomanwalksalone.tumblr.com/tagged/fivegiftideas

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Feeling a lot better about my XS purchase after seeing that. Thanks.
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The single breasted Norwegian Rain is incredible. Better than advertised and it was advertised as being better than expected.

 

I had it out of the box for a few minutes before one of the attorneys that works for me was asking if they make women's coats and was online trying to get her own.

 

Thanks for the sizing advice @gdl203, the XXL is perfect for me.

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I feel bad for the person in charge of production of those coats. He must have had a triple shot of vodka after his first meeting with Alex and T-Michael. The details are insane and the production precision and quality control need to be sharp to make it all function the way it should.
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

I feel bad for the person in charge of production of those coats. He must have had a triple shot of vodka after his first meeting with Alex and T-Michael. The details are insane and the production precision and quality control need to be sharp to make it all function the way it should.


It's really impressive.

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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
 

The Five Gift Ideas series is back :)

 

http://nomanwalksalone.tumblr.com/tagged/fivegiftideas

 

With two of the three so far being from a couple awesome California dudes :nodding:

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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

I feel bad for the person in charge of production of those coats. He must have had a triple shot of vodka after his first meeting with Alex and T-Michael. The details are insane and the production precision and quality control need to be sharp to make it all function the way it should.

I'm not sure I've figured out all the buttons and straps on mine.
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The Norwegian Rain jacket I saw at the SF trunk show was one of the most impressive and practical pieces of outerwear I've seen. If I lived in a cold winter climate it would be a slam dunk purchase. Playing with all the straps and buttons would only give added enjoyment.
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It's definitely a "nerd out over details" piece that non style farmers would probably appreciate too.
post #27930 of 36466
Mine has this boss collar with all this fleece on it. nod[1].gif
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