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@Murlsquirl el fantastico!

post #28922 of 36411
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Originally Posted by NickPollica View Post

A quick and dirty preview for you guys of what will likey be coming to NMWA next fall from Eidos:



EIDOS maremmana hunting jacket made for hunting...Chocolate japanese weathercloth lined in chocolate shearling.

Stay warm and dry my friends.

(It should be noted that this coat is one size smaller than Q would wear.)

Seriously though, if I wanted to walk around a field in the middle of Kansas in December and haul around dead birds, would I be able to hunt in this jacket? I wouldn't want to ruin it.

Sick looking jacket either way!
Edited by DutchW - 1/14/16 at 3:40pm
post #28923 of 36411

LL

 

Frank Leder wool/linen trousers and Heschung Thuyas

post #28924 of 36411
Casual Friday - more love for the Eidos Lorenzo cut and fabric



post #28925 of 36411
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Casual Friday - more love for the Eidos Lorenzo cut and fabric
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Do love that jacket and that fabric is amazing. Great looking shirt too.
post #28926 of 36411
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Originally Posted by DutchW View Post

Seriously though, if I wanted to walk around a field in the middle of Kansas in December and haul around dead birds, would I be able to in this jacket? I wouldn't want to ruin it.

Sick looking jacket either way!

I don't see why not. It's waterproof and has a game pocket in the back. My brother is a hunter and was the main impetus for this jacket in the first place. When working on the collection he asked me to make one that he could actually shoot in ( tightly woven, water repellant face that would not get snagged in brush but still really warm). This is where we landed.
post #28927 of 36411
Dude hell yes, I'm down. Thanks for the reply!
post #28928 of 36411
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I swore off short-sleeved polos a while ago so I slept on this OS for a while. Glad I woke up!
Fabric, buttons, collar, all terrific.
And the chocolates were amazing as well!
post #28929 of 36411

A late but awesome Christmas gift!

post #28930 of 36411

Just received the Document parka.  Sizing advice was spot on.  I think I'm going to be very happy with this purchase!

 

Also, free candy never hurts.

post #28931 of 36411
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Originally Posted by NickPollica View Post


I don't see why not. It's waterproof and has a game pocket in the back. My brother is a hunter and was the main impetus for this jacket in the first place. When working on the collection he asked me to make one that he could actually shoot in ( tightly woven, water repellant face that would not get snagged in brush but still really warm). This is where we landed.

 

Have been thinking of replacing my barbour for a while now, this will do nicely!

I'm wondering if we can organise a preorder if there is 'enough' interest...

post #28932 of 36411
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Originally Posted by charliechan View Post

Have been thinking of replacing my barbour for a while now, this will do nicely!
I'm wondering if we can organise a preorder if there is 'enough' interest...

At least 5 people who are ready.
post #28933 of 36411
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At least 5 people who are ready.
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post #28934 of 36411
Just found out I'm going to a black tie event at the end of the month. Seems like the perfect time to take the Formosa tuxedo out on its maiden voyage. Very excited.
post #28935 of 36411
Another happy deck jacket owner.

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