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Originally Posted by CHRK33 View Post

Greg, any chance that the size 40 Kanata bison sweater might work for someone who wears a medium in Inis Meian and Jamesons?

I'm a 36, wear small in inis meain, I tried on Kanata in 40 (not bison) during trunk show, it almost worked (slightly too big, but not by a lot), so I think you're borderline if you want it snug

i.e. better to wait Greg to answer, but just give a data point from my perspective
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Originally Posted by CHRK33 View Post

Greg, any chance that the size 40 Kanata bison sweater might work for someone who wears a medium in Inis Meian and Jamesons?

 

I think it will be one size too small.  I'm generally a full size larger than you and need 44 in Kanata (except for the dark oatmeal where 42 works)

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30% off all outerwear and knitwear with code WINTER30

The monitaly mountain parka is already reduced pre-code

thanks!

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post #28504 of 36405
Any sizing advice on the GRP rollneck bubble-stitch merino sweater? I'm usually a 36R size suit, 145 lbs, 5'10, dress shirt size around 15.5/34, debating between S and M
post #28505 of 36405

With Kyles permission, if anyone is interested in an NMWA pre-ordered "Rich Navy" Schneider Memory coat in size 4(sold out) new with tag on, send me a P.M. It's an amazing coat but I'm not going to get too much use for it down in S. Florida....

 

Thanks.

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Sizing advice on the Eidos Casentino double breasted coats: Same size as NMWA Eidos sport coat?
post #28507 of 36405
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Originally Posted by hrv123 View Post

Sizing advice on the Eidos Casentino double breasted coats: Same size as NMWA Eidos sport coat?


I sized down. I wear a 38 in pretty much all my suits and the 38 overcoat was huge. I returned it for the 36 and have worn it heavily.

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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

I think it will be one size too small.  I'm generally a full size larger than you and need 44 in Kanata (except for the dark oatmeal where 42 works)

Thanks, Greg! I was afraid that would be the answer. You snooze, you lose. I will be quick on the draw of whatever awesome design you come up with next year. Thanks for the guidance and Happy New Year.
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I urge you guys to look at the TS(S) Decks. As great as th site photography is it doesn't capture just how awesome this jacket is IRL. Really awesome piece

What size did you take, 3?
One thing keeping me is that I have the Niche Army green which seems relatively similar in appearance and purpose.
post #28510 of 36405
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Originally Posted by DeSense View Post

What size did you take, 3?
One thing keeping me is that I have the Niche Army green which seems relatively similar in appearance and purpose.
I'd like to know as well. Measurements seem a size or two large. Seems a 3 should fit me (38/M).
post #28511 of 36405
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Originally Posted by phosej View Post

Any sizing advice on the GRP rollneck bubble-stitch merino sweater? I'm usually a 36R size suit, 145 lbs, 5'10, dress shirt size around 15.5/34, debating between S and M
No sizing advice, but I'd love to see someone post comments. I've gone back and forth on the ecru one
post #28512 of 36405
I have the black and the ecru and I quite like both of them. The wool is nice and soft (I really don't like scratchy wools especially on roll necks) and the fit is slim with a nice amount of length.
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I think the Port Flannel CPO shirt is my favorite purchase of 2015. Yours?

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Will the GRP linen polo be coming back for SS16? Not sure how I missed those the first time around.
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Will the GRP linen polo be coming back for SS16? Not sure how I missed those the first time around.

 

Yes

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