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How much room is there to let out the waist of an Eidos SC
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Thread Starter 
Couple centimeters.
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Random thought this morning but the way that document use navy and cream really jives with with me. They're definitely one of my favorite brands in the store. 

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Random thought this morning but the way that document use navy and cream really jives with with me. They're definitely one of my favorite brands in the store. 

 

 

Yup, even when you see the full collection it's nearly entirely navy and cream. On that note, our full selection is now up on the site so be sure to check the new stuff out. 

 

I'll try to get up a post later once I track down some media for it, but in the meantime... moar drops :slayer::slayer:

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Heads up for any 50Rs looking for the Eidos Blue Fresco suit, I'll regrettably be returning mine, so keep an eye out. It's an absolutely amazing suit though, gutted I can't keep it since it's exactly what I was looking for.

Along those lines, anyone have a recommendation for suits/jackets at NMWA for someone with a slightly above average drop? The Eidos 50 fit me perfectly OTR before, but I've put on a bit of muscle in my shoulders, chest and legs, so it's gotten a bit tight.
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Question for you Greg: Are jackets that are a part of suits from Eidos cut longer than sportcoats in the same size, that you have observed or know of? Or are they generally identical (or meant to be identical)?

Turns out size 50 fits me literally perfect in every way straight off the hanger, even the length (which would've been my biggest concern).

Also, whether it's due to Partenopea manufacturing or not, I'm pleased to say that everything that really bugged me about last season's Eidos jacket (my gun club) has been fixed this season.

Also, any size 50 Eidos guys who missed out on the navy fresco suit keep your eyes peeled for the one I'm going to return at some point.
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Heads up for any 50Rs looking for the Eidos Blue Fresco suit, I'll regrettably be returning mine, so keep an eye out. It's an absolutely amazing suit though, gutted I can't keep it since it's exactly what I was looking for.

LOL. Jinx!
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Hopefully some of the Solaro folks return theirs smile.gif
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Out of curiosity, why are you returning Moss? Looks great.
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Agree with Newc, looks like Eidos was made for you
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Really? Was that recommended?

It's because I'm really inbetween 41 and 40, in waist I could use the 40, whereas in chest, shoulders, collar the 41 is better for me. With the Polo being stretchier and I don't intend to close the collar, I took the leaner size.
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Looks good moss-

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The new Heschungs look good. They seem similar to last Summer's models. But has the sizing recommendation changed? the website suggests to order standard US size. But with previous models I have had a good fit going down half a size from my US size (so, wearing a 9, where I would normally take US 9.5).
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You must've ordered two and are sending one back, Moss. Otherwise, I can't imagine why you would send that back. It looks great.
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