I don't remember the fit of Quorum well but V4 and G2 couldn't be more different pieces. V4 is a finer gauge knit, light to medium weight, quite a bit of spring to it, fits slim and I think if it as a middle layer only. G2 is chunky, fuzzier, fits like a jacket (side pockets) and I would imagine wearing mostly like that and more rarely as a middle layer. So, the fit is intended to be different and even though I would take my normal VI size in both, they would look different on me. I know some people sized down G2 because they didn't like the longer, chunkier fit - you should go through the fit pics in the Schneider thread to determine if you like the fit.
No. Inglese MTM is based on standard size with incremental modifications. Can only be done if you get to try sizes in person (showroom or trunk shows) and we can decide together the adjustments ; or if you already have one and know exactly what you'd adjust. We don't do online MTM for anything (take a look at the tailor fit thread for 100s of reasons why) and we only agree to remote orders if the customer has tried the fit on.
A 38 in Monitaly mixed media baseball jacket...would make it what size in the mountain parka? Any idea?
Not c4est but I wear the same size in the 5-zip as the wool-lined winter mountain parka. I would size down 1 for the spring mountain parka (unlined, tent fabric)
Greg, what color trousers would you pair this with in the summer? Thanks
The easiest way to match trousers (and sometimes ties too) for a sport coat with multiple color threads is to either (a) play off the secondary colors along the spectrum of values (if there are brown lines, you can try various shades of beige and browns); or (b) use the background color of the cloth but in a different value (if the cloth uses light beige as a ground, try a darker shade of tan or brown).
There are a few colors in that sport coat so there's gotta be several trousers in your closet that would work (brown, blue, grey, white, denims).