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post #29941 of 36423
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

No Geller, no deal. Kidding, these are pretty cool and fuzzy navel hunting jacket would be pretty cool.

You can avoid a fuzzy navel if you wear something else under the jacket.
post #29942 of 36423
Shearling is so baller. Damn
post #29943 of 36423
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You can avoid a fuzzy navel if you wear something else under the jacket.

I like to feel the fuzz against my skin foo.gif
post #29944 of 36423
Shearling is dope, but that charcoal boiled wool is pretty awesome too.
post #29945 of 36423
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by CHRK33 View Post

Just to confirm - the shearling HJ is $2500 all in?

 

That is correct - less with PREORDER of course

 

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Originally Posted by AJL View Post


Wouldn't the sleeves be shorter as well?

 

Yes, I believe so

 

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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

No Geller, no deal. Kidding, these are pretty cool and fuzzy navel hunting jacket would be pretty cool.

 

Geller bomber pre-o coming tomorrow - open only 3 days

 

Navy fuzzy/textured wool hunting will be so sweet.  

post #29946 of 36423

I'm a little new to the NMWA thread. How does one make a pre-order? Private message? Post on forum? How does it work and what is the discount? 

 

Thanks!

post #29947 of 36423
Any plans to bring back some of the previous field jacket fabric options for the store or will your stock orders consist only of fabrics available as part of the preorder?

Will the rest of the Eidos preorders be up by Thursday so we can appropriately budget for all the incoming awesomeness?
post #29948 of 36423
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Originally Posted by kwv07 View Post

I'm a little new to the NMWA thread. How does one make a pre-order? Private message? Post on forum? How does it work and what is the discount? 

Thanks!

Follow the links in the post. I think PREORDER gets you 20% off.
post #29949 of 36423
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Originally Posted by kwv07 View Post

I'm a little new to the NMWA thread. How does one make a pre-order? Private message? Post on forum? How does it work and what is the discount? 

Thanks!

The links take you to a pre-order page on their site.
post #29950 of 36423

I hope this post kicks off at least two pages of discussion about the sizing of the hunting jacket. :devil: 

 

Normal Eidos sport coat size?

post #29951 of 36423

Awesome! Thanks! 

post #29952 of 36423
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Originally Posted by Asian Afro View Post

I believe it's just the length. I ordered the field jacket in 48S and I remember the measurements were the same as the regular version except it was shorter in body.

Wouldn't the sleeves be shorter as well?

Not sure. The sleeves on my 48S FJ are a bit long--longer than the sleeves on my size 48 Eidos overcoat which isn't MTO.

I think the sleeves on the FJ may be a tad longer on purpose so the jacket can be worn with the cuffs turned back, which I do on occasion.
Edited by Asian Afro - 2/8/16 at 3:35pm
post #29953 of 36423
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post


The links take you to a pre-order page on their site.

 

Also, this link allows you to them all

 

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Originally Posted by Mr. Six View Post
 

I hope this post kicks off at least two pages of discussion about the sizing of the hunting jacket. :devil: 

 

Normal Eidos sport coat size?

 

It's outerwear sized so size down one if you won't wear it on top of a jacket/suit, normal Eidos size if you will

post #29954 of 36423
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Originally Posted by Asian Afro View Post


Not sure. The sleeves on my 48S FJ are a bit long--longer than the sleeves on my size 48 Eidos overcoat which isn't MTO.

I think the sleeves on the FJ may be a tad longer on purpose so the jacket can be worn with the cuffs turned back, which I do on occasion.

I guess length of jacket is more important as compared to sleeves because sleeves can be turned up (your example) or altered (maybe)

post #29955 of 36423
The sleeves on the FJ can definitely be shortened. I didn't shorten mine because when I wear a jacket or a heavy knit underneath the sleeves are pulled up to the perfect length. When I'm not layering heavily then I turn back the cuffs.

I should add that my fall/winter FJ is 48S but my spring/summer one is 46S since there's no need to layer. The sleeve length on the S/S FJ is perfect for me.
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