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Hi @PaintSplattered , in this particular case, it is not due to us not wanting to carry larger sizes, but size 5 is the largest size that ts(s) makes.    We're always happy to accommodate all sizes during pre-orders (we actually encourage this, as we slowly re-focus our size range for the regular season).  

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Yeah that's a part I forgot to mention, I've run into that with ts(s) before and realize that size 5 is the largest they make.  No worries man!

 

I might have a few questions about a few ties soon, as I'm trying to narrow down my choices from a large wish list.  

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Took advantage of that Sublime restock to get a Paper hat in natural. I can attest to the Out of Stock Notification. People should use it, sometimes it makes your dreams come true.
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I have a Sublime paper hat in natural size 2 which is slightly too big. If anyone has a size 1 and wants to trade, let me know!
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Re. ts(s) jacket: With functional cuffs, is there no recourse for shortening sleeves? In some cases I don't mind turning up the cuff, but I wonder if it would look odd with the quilted fabric? Size-wise do folks find it tight across the back/ shoulders? I've found this to be the case with some other ts(s) stuff. As a 38 Formosa, the size 3 looks to be about right, but again concern about possible tightness up top. 4 might be a little too much volume--it appears people are wearing it fairly fitted-- plus the added sleeve length. Thoughts?
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I turn up the sleeves on mine a lot. Sometimes pull them up to my forearms. Works with the vibe/material just fine. And it's also not fitted - I can easily wear a mid-weight sweater underneath. One of the easiest-to-wear pieces of clothing I have in my closet. 

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Ordered team blue.

 

I was split between charcoal and blue. but Kyle's detail on the fabric helped. I have other blue outerwear, but none that is a herringbone. I am glad I filled that gap.

 

I like adding variety to my wardrobe, without really adding variety.

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I turn up the sleeves on mine a lot. Sometimes pull them up to my forearms. Works with the vibe/material just fine. And it's also not fitted - I can easily wear a mid-weight sweater underneath. One of the easiest-to-wear pieces of clothing I have in my closet. 

Is this gonna be too warm for non-San Francisco bay area climes?
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Is this gonna be too warm for non-San Francisco bay area climes?

 

No.  It isn't super warm like you'd expect a down-filled jacket to be, for example.  I'd say that it gets too warm above 70-75 or so (depending on how you run)

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Once again, I'm so happy with my TS(S) padded navy version that I have. Nothing out there like it. It's freaking insane..
Edited by Steel28 - 5/5/16 at 2:56pm
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Is this gonna be too warm for non-San Francisco bay area climes?

Thanks for this. How did you size it? You're about 6', iirc? (how do I know this; odd isn't it?)
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Once again, I, so happy with my TS(S) padded navy version that I have. Nothing out there like it. It's freaking insane..

How do you find find fit?

Fwiw, I checked two outerwear pieces I have- cotton dobby hooded long coat and olive wool "military" jacket--dobby is a 4 and I can barely move my arms across my chest, the wool jacket's a 3 and is not too bad, albeit pretty high armholes (de rigueur these days, I guess). So there's obviously some variation between styles. Any other input/ sizing recs from current wearers? @gdl203? @conceptual 4est?
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I take the same size in everything ts(s) (size 5)

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Bigi linen, Inglese chambray. I also received the La Portegna espadrilles, and the fit was perfect TTS (43 = 10). 


Edited by Shouldaville - 5/7/16 at 8:59am
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On the TS, I'm a solid 36 should I get 1 or 2? 2 looks right, but just want to be sure
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