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@gdl203 any chance you stock (/preorder) the raincho or s-cape in the future?

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SS Conservation in blue/grey twill

SS Thinner in grey basketweave

NR Bumfreezer in Oatmill

NR SB in dove grey

 

Leaning maybe conservation and bumfreezer?

 

I really need to focus and narrow...ugh

All good choices, but I'd go for the dove grey Norwegian Rain Single Breasted.  It's a pretty striking material - I saw T Michael and his posse walking around Paris with that color on, and it looked pretty excellent- and I inspected the stuff upclose at Tom Greyhound.  And the single breasted is flattering on a variety of body types - it has a really strong line that elongates.  That's my personal opinion anyway.

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Unscientific personal opinion based on my experience of my daily wears:
Better than Allen Edmunds
On par with Alden
On par with Crockett & Jones
A slight step below Vass
A slight step below Buday

 

I've really been eyeing the sand suede tassel loafer...

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Greg when is the expected delivery of the NR coats?
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@gdl203 Would like to ask when I can roughly expect the delivery of the buttero sneakers pre-order? Thanks!

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Greg, I would like to take a moment away from posts asking you about a thousand things and give you a fistbump.gif for the awesome job you guys do.
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Damn, those NR jackets are marvelous.

Anyone else digging the DB? First one I think I could possibly pull off; elegant shape.

Agree with others on Green hop sack, though Navy Herringbone might be more versatile.

All stunning fabrics. Wow.
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Originally Posted by Patrick R View Post

Mixed navy is great. It is perfect for the SB.

Greg @gdl203: Is there any difference in group 2 fabrics with respect to stiffness/drape/hand as compared to group 1? Or is it simply more complex weaves of the same material?

The more textured fabrics have a little bit of a heavier hand than the mixed fabrics. Not stiffer but just a tad more thickness
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Being that I live in south Florida where iit does rain a fair amount but is cold only for a little while, is there a Norwegian Rain coat and fabric that would be suitable/recommended for down here?

Thanks

Yes, the styles without Arctic liner (SB and DB) would work fine but even those would get too warm to wear over 70 or so IMO. You would need a very light rain shell above that.
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@gdl203
 any chance you stock (/preorder) the raincho or s-cape in the future?

Most definitely a possibility if there's demand. PM if you know you want one and would like us to add one to our FW16 order. We can figure it out.
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Greg when is the expected delivery of the NR coats?

Those pre-orders would come in September with the rest of the FW16 order
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@gdl203
 Would like to ask when I can roughly expect the delivery of the buttero sneakers pre-order? Thanks!

Should ship to us in the next 2 weeks so delivery hopefully by February end
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Greg, I would like to take a moment away from posts asking you about a thousand things and give you a fistbump.gif for the awesome job you guys do.

Thanks man ! smile.gif
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Originally Posted by sacafotos View Post

Damn, those NR jackets are marvelous.

Anyone else digging the DB? First one I think I could possibly pull off; elegant shape.

Agree with others on Green hop sack, though Navy Herringbone might be more versatile.

All stunning fabrics. Wow.

I love the DB, probably my favorite. If I weren't already drowning in outerwear I would get one.
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Thread Starter 
For those asking for the length of the Bumfreezer : it's 71cm on a Medium and the grading is +/- 1cm per size up/down
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Awesome Stitchy. Welcome and hang out bro

Thanks, man. Trying to stay involved.
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Greg, I would like to take a moment away from posts asking you about a thousand things and give you a fistbump.gif for the awesome job you guys do.

x infinity.
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Beyond the obvious leather and construction quality, what really won me over with Barbanera is how comfortable they wear. The higher shaped arch support makes it easy for me to wear for a long time. My brown Chets are my one shoe when traveling.

Thank you for mentioning this!!! I've always had to put inserts in my shoes and now use burgundy (more black cherry) cowboy boots as my dress shoes. I'll keep this in mind if I want to venture into shoes again. I currently own zero shoes, by the way. Only boots. The "cowboy boots with a suit" thing isn't for everyone but I enjoy it, plus I live in Nebraska.
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Thanks, man. Trying to stay involved.

Not the same round here without your daily 1k posts smile.gif. We miss the Stitch!

That's a great texture shot btw...and that watch! I don't even like watches, but that thing is awesome.
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Probably get the NR SB with liner (mostly for travel). I doubt I would use the liner much here in the bay, but it seems nice to have.
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It'll go great next to your bunny jacket, which I'm sure would like some company
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