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patience, young padawan.

post #32267 of 36466
we need some measuring tips for different head sizes for those pimp straws



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we need some measuring tips for different head sizes for those pimp straws



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If I take a 50 in Rota and a 33 in Big John, what size hat should I order?

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Originally Posted by tonio028 View Post

Where are those cool straw-esque hats Mr. @gdl203 and Mr. @conceptual 4est have modeled in this thread??

 

These 

 

 

 

or these?

 

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These 



 


or these?





How about all of them??

Are the brims on any of the hats bendable/pliable at all or you get what you get?
post #32271 of 36466
Thread Starter 

All of those are crushable and rollable (although the paper hats are a lot softer than the straw hat).  

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Thread Starter 

Inglese polo shirts are up - very few units left of each size after all pre-orders got filled.

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These 

 

 

 

or these?

 


Not many hats look good on my noggin'. I would love one of those but unfortunately I'd need to try one on to make sure I look cool
and not looking like a fool train conductor.

 

 

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New NMWA Eidos. Seems a bit long to me. Thoughts? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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I think this looks really good on you and you have room to slim it down if you want, as opposed to letting out a tighter fitting jacket and worrying if there is enough fabric to make it work.

 

In my amateur opinion, you could clean up the upper shoulder a bit, as previously stated by Greg, and if you wanted you seem to have room to slim it all the way down a bit if you desire.  I remember you being concerned about the measurements seeming "full" which stuck in my mind because I always wanted to try an Eidos jacket but would require letting it out about 1.5" all the way down and that would make a 54L nearly perfect.  My cash flow never met up at the right time though.  Might try it eventually.  

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Inglese polo shirts are up - very few units left of each size after all pre-orders got filled.

 

43 doesn't seam to be popular size then? :D

I got what I wanted - olive green.

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Thread Starter 
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43 doesn't seam to be popular size then? :D

I got what I wanted - olive green.

 

Just one 43 in each color

post #32277 of 36466
No size selection available for the ecru/white?
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Inglese polo shirts are up - very few units left of each size after all pre-orders got filled.
post #32278 of 36466

Ive had a tough time getting the right fit in the button downs, but giving the denim polo a shot. Really hoping it works out as they look great and I would get a ton of use to of them 

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Just one 43 in each color

I am a modest guy, so will settle for just one.
post #32280 of 36466
Ordered a couple of polos and that honeysuckle tunic I've been eyeing off to celebrate a surprise promotion I received yesterday smile.gif
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