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https://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/catalogsearch/result/?q=inskntmto

APRTRUNK for the code

I went with sea urchin, hawthorne, and straw this time around. That will bring me to 8 tunics, which I think is the right number to have in your wardrobe.
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I went with sea urchin, hawthorn, and straw this time around. That will bring me to 8 tunics, which I think is the right number to have in your wardrobe.

All tunics? Not a fan of the hurling?

 

Ordered the Straw Hurling. Debating the Hawthorn...


Edited by venividivicibj - 4/13/16 at 8:36am
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@gdl203, how does the NMWA cut for Eidos trousers fit, compared to Sal? Or, compared to NMWA Rota cut?


Also curious about this @gdl203 

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All tunics? Not a fan of the hurling?

Ordered the Straw Hurling. Debating the Hawthorn...

I don't have anything against the hurling but the tunic has a more summer and unfinished, raw look to me. I liked the boat neck version even more
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Also curious about this @gdl203 

 

Rise is right in between Rota and Sal.  Leg is similar to Rota (not as slim as Sal).  I take the same size in all 3 styles (54)

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The new Document stuff looks very nice! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

FYI: the waist measurement on the dark navy trousers reads the same (86/33.9) for both the M and L sizes shog[1].gif


p.s. you guys should maybe consider photographing the white stuff against a different color background
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Rise is right in between Rota and Sal.  Leg is similar to Rota (not as slim as Sal).  I take the same size in all 3 styles (54)

My walet was afraid this is the answer.
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Anyone know what is the fabric for green Rota WSL trousers? I bought them, they are great and I've been looking for similar fabric to turn into jacket or suit.

I will understand if this information is not available.

 

Thanks

 

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Originally Posted by gs77 View Post

Question for NMWA folks. Rota WSL green trousers. What is the fabric and is it available for general public?

It looks amazing IRL. I've been looking for such fabric for a long time for a summer suit. It is just the perfect shade of green.
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Here you go

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If you've never tried any unlined chukkas before, the new Heschungs are a good place to start. I've got a pair of unlined EG chukkas and they're crazy comfortable.
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Here you go

Thank you, but this is not the same cloth, I think.
And of course, jacket is gone in my size :-(
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Thread Starter 

It isn't exactly the same cloth

 

Rota doesn't provide the mill information for the fabrics they select

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It isn't exactly the same cloth

 

Rota doesn't provide the mill information for the fabrics they select

Thanks. I figured they are not the same, I do not like "bottle green", but Rota WSL is more grey-ish, almost olive. Whoever selected the cloth, has very good taste.

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My only regret about the Inglese Polo...I didn't preorder more colors. The fit is perfect and the olive is very nice.  

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