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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

  • Frank Leder shirts (unbelievably good)

Love these but the fit challenges are real. For example, the dark grey gingham was incredibly tight below the elbow. Surely he has to have heard this feedback. Any idea if future production will address these quirks?
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Cross post from the Eidos Napoli Thread:

 

I'm looking for some sizing advice for an Eidos suit in an undetermined cut, which I know is difficult. I havent bought off the rack in a while, but when I did I was generally a 38 R, occasionally 40 R. I vary anywhere from 39.5" to 41 in chest size depending on my gym schedule and have the opportunity for a great deal on a 40 R Eidos suit that I wouldnt be able to try on. 

 

I would be thankful for general sizing advice on the above from the more experienced Eidos owners with the understanding that nothing beats a try on. Thanks!

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Originally Posted by 1969 View Post

Love these but the fit challenges are real. For example, the dark grey gingham was incredibly tight below the elbow. Surely he has to have heard this feedback. Any idea if future production will address these quirks?

 

This shirt?   Did you try sizing up?  

 

 

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Originally Posted by bdavro23 View Post
 

Cross post from the Eidos Napoli Thread:

 

I'm looking for some sizing advice for an Eidos suit in an undetermined cut, which I know is difficult. I havent bought off the rack in a while, but when I did I was generally a 38 R, occasionally 40 R. I vary anywhere from 39.5" to 41 in chest size depending on my gym schedule and have the opportunity for a great deal on a 40 R Eidos suit that I wouldnt be able to try on. 

 

I would be thankful for general sizing advice on the above from the more experienced Eidos owners with the understanding that nothing beats a try on. Thanks!

 

Best advice is to compare measurements (chest, shoulders, length) with something you own and fits well - and see if you're in the right ball park.

post #32600 of 36485
I had the same issue with that leder shirt. The biceps are pretty wide but the forearms are really narrow. The fabric on it is pretty bonkers though.
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that Leder light blue chambray-ish jacket is the one I keep wanting to buy

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that Leder light blue chambray-ish jacket is the one I keep wanting to buy

 

The one with the drawstrings?   It's so freaking good

 

 

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Yes and yes (that shirt in a large) and yes (fabric and the rest of the cut is ace).
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

Oh yeah but I grabbed that one already  shog%5B1%5D.gif 

This has been sold out in my size for a while IIRC.

Minotaur shirt arrived. shog[1].gif
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Thread Starter 

Feel the wrinkle !

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Thread Starter 

Calabrese spring summer is in

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Damn those squares are pretty.  Nice work dude.

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Top Dogs:

 

 

Not intentional, but they actually pair nicely, just noticed

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Apologies for burgundy :embar:

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