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Originally Posted by sood View Post

And what will be the key differences in measurement between a 44R and a 44S?
Would love to get an answer to this as well, especially when it comes to the suits/sportscoats since last time I found out a 46 NMWA Eidos does not fit nowhere near a 46 Bloomingdale's Eidos. Which now I realize is pretty obvious since it is Bloomingdale's.
post #29957 of 36418
Thread Starter 

Short is -1.5cm in sleeves and -2.5cm in back length AFAIK

post #29958 of 36418
That Japanese cloth FJ is a really cool choice. Thought I was going HJ for sure, but conflicted now
post #29959 of 36418
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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

That Japanese cloth FJ is a really cool choice. Thought I was going HJ for sure, but conflicted now

Get both, and give me the one you like less.

 

Gimme problems, I'll give you solutions.

post #29960 of 36418
Appreciate the help wink.gif
post #29961 of 36418
Are the field jackets unlined like the grey tweed herringbone from this past season?
post #29962 of 36418
Stuff looks awesome

Greg/Kyle - I take a 52r in the NMWA Field Coat (wool one), what size would you recommend for the HJ please? Should I go by shoulders? The corresponding chest sizes seem very slim compared to the Field Coat sizing.. Thanks again
post #29963 of 36418
I'm so torn. Can we delay Geller preorders by a few weeks?






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post #29964 of 36418

How likely are we to get the opportunity to order re-runs of the ts(s) quilted blazer??

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Agreed..I wear a 52r in the Eidos Suit/SC,

I have a cotton Field Jacket in 50R, which I don't layer much underneath and it's perfect and I also have the wool Field Jacket in 52R which is much heavier, and I'm fine layering underneath without the coat being bulky either..

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Originally Posted by Asian Afro View Post

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.


Same boat as you my man. That charcoal santeen FJ is calling my name, but I really want a heavier wool HJ too..
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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

That Japanese cloth FJ is a really cool choice. Thought I was going HJ for sure, but conflicted now
post #29966 of 36418
Thread Starter 

The Japanese sateen cotton is midnight navy btw, it's quite dark and I mistook the shots for a dark charcoal

 

 

(^ this is a different jacket style, but the same fabric)

post #29967 of 36418
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Steel28 View Post

I'm so torn. Can we delay Geller preorders by a few weeks?






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Not really...  We're under tight timeline to submit RG orders so we'll open up quick bomber pre-orders tomorrow and they'll be up for 48 hours (mid Tue to mid Thur)

post #29968 of 36418

@gdl203 Did availability of size 44 get confirmed, on the item page it starts from 44 now?

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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by sood View Post
 

@gdl203 Did availability of size 44 get confirmed, on the item page it starts from 44 now?

 

44 is available - we took orders for 44 in the past.  It was an error to indicate a range starting at 46 on the pages.  It is now fixed

post #29970 of 36418

Greg, could you compare this past FW's brown boiled wool to the fuzzy navy? I'm interested in what to expect from the fuzzy navy in terms of stiffness and heft as compared to the boiled wool.

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