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Edited by venividivicibj - 1/28/16 at 8:10pm
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@Murlsquirl That is really sharp.
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Thanks guys.
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Hi,

Very interested in the Conservation and possibly the Thinner jacket as well and hope for some sizing clarification.

I'm usually a 36S and wear the gemini in size 3 comfortably whereas the valve coat in size 3 was too narrow in the shoulder, and the valve size 4 fits better.

Kyle, you mentioned that a size 4 was recommended for the Conservation and Thinner jackets...just want to clarify since some other information in this thread had some recommendations for a size 3 for people who are 36R.

Appreciate your help so I can finalize and order.

Thanks,
post #29315 of 36396

^ 3 for conservation and 4 for thinner would be my guess.

post #29316 of 36396

I was just talking into the Conservation in blue/grey heavy twill wool with blue knit lining and I'm glad I was.

post #29317 of 36396
Never owned a piece of SS but that Thinner jacket looks pretty amazing. I think its been answered but ill ask again, if I am a EU46S in Formosa and a EU48S in Eidos, what size would I take in that jacket? I dont like a super fitted/skin tight jacket. Thinking burgundy or camel.
post #29318 of 36396
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Originally Posted by mikey34 View Post

Hey guys- Anybody here own the GRP Navy high-collar lambswool knitted jacket and have any comments on the fit?

(Here's a link)
http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/clothing/knitwear/navy-high-collar-lambswool-knitted-jacket.html

I'm debating between the sz 3 and 5, measurements seem to work best for me on the sz 3 except for the length (23.6 inches long which seems a bit short) I'm 5'11" btw.

I am going to piggy back on this and ask whether a size 5 for this particular knit would be too large for a typical size 38 top. I am 5'9 btw. redface.gif
post #29319 of 36396
Greg,
I wear a 42 in the Mackintosh Waverly. Should I take the same size in the Dunkeld?
post #29320 of 36396
First winter in Tennessee has been bizarre—temps in the 40s-60s, then snowpocalypse shutting down all of Nashville for three days, and tomorrow through Tuesday looks like it's going to be in the 60s...

That said, I do really kind of hate that I missed out on that Monitaly ranch coat.
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Originally Posted by mossrockss View Post

First winter in Tennessee has been bizarre—temps in the 40s-60s, then snowpocalypse shutting down all of Nashville for three days, and tomorrow through Tuesday looks like it's going to be in the 60s...

That said, I do really kind of hate that I missed out on that Monitaly ranch coat.

I lived in Tennessee for ten years. To date, strangest weather of any state I have lived. Some of the temperature swings from day to day border on the absurd.

That said, I'll pick up the monitaly parka one day.
post #29322 of 36396
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by hatguy View Post

Hi,

Very interested in the Conservation and possibly the Thinner jacket as well and hope for some sizing clarification.

I'm usually a 36S and wear the gemini in size 3 comfortably whereas the valve coat in size 3 was too narrow in the shoulder, and the valve size 4 fits better.

Kyle, you mentioned that a size 4 was recommended for the Conservation and Thinner jackets...just want to clarify since some other information in this thread had some recommendations for a size 3 for people who are 36R.

Appreciate your help so I can finalize and order.

Thanks,
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Originally Posted by mythage View Post

^ 3 for conservation and 4 for thinner would be my guess.

A size 36 should be a 3 in these coats if you're looking for a rather slim fit like what you see on the model.

He is about 6'2" and a slim 38. You can see the fit of size 4 on him - note that the Thinner shoulders are a little bit tighter in him than for the Conservation



Now, if you prefer a fit that is a little less fitted, consider sizing up to 4. Kyle wears 4 in Merino/Memory and Schneider outerwear and likes it better like that (a bit more drop in the shoulders and overall volume).

Here are some examples of Kyle in size 4 as well. He is overall a size smaller than the fit model so you can see the difference in fit, shoulders, etc...



He could wear 3 but prefers the looser fit and volume of 4.

You should decide what fit you're looking for and pick either 3 or 4
post #29323 of 36396
Greg, how much longer do you intend for the sale to last?
post #29324 of 36396

Size for the Thinner if you're generally a 52-54L... 19 inch shoulders and 27 inch sleeves. 

post #29325 of 36396
I'm guessing I'll take a 4. Now beige or burgundy?????
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