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post #33346 of 36403

Greg, you know my size, the 43 fits well in the shoulders, chest and body.  If I had a vote, I'd go with longer (as you already are) and take 2cm off the sleeve.  On the length, am I a weirdo for thinking I'll mostly wear it tucked in?  Are most folks wearing this untucked?  If anything, I'd add more than 2cm to the length if is shrinks up the way people are stating, but that is driven by my thought on tucking and if the goal is to create a shirt that is wearable untucked and tucked, then +2cm as you are doing is probably the right balance, FWIW.

post #33347 of 36403
Thread Starter 
The goal is most definitely to be able to wear it untucked as well so I'd rather not go longer than the +2 we're already implementing for the next batch
post #33348 of 36403

But you didn't confirm whether or not I was a weirdo, stop being so polite :crazy:

post #33349 of 36403
Thread Starter 
Well that's because you're not a weirdo (at least in this context). The polos are designed to be worn either tucked or untucked.
post #33350 of 36403

Same as PCK for me - body was too short and sleeves too long, so I'm pleased to hear the body is lengthening and would appreciate shortening of the sleeves.

post #33351 of 36403

 

hummingbird in the house!

post #33352 of 36403

Along with price drops on just about everything SS16, I've added a new feature to filter by on the side of the side, a sort of "simplified size" so that you can see just what is left in stock in your size, making browsing sales a little more enjoyable. I feel that it's pretty straightforward, with Small incorporating stuff like size 46 / 36, 28-31 waist trousers, smaller shoe sizes, 3 and 4 in Schneider but 1 and 2 in ts(s), etc.

 

What do you guys think of this? Is it a little too ambiguous, or do you find that it makes sense to you. Is it annoying that you might have to check multiple sizes since you know you wear a larger size in a Japanese brand for example?

post #33353 of 36403
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Along with price drops on just about everything SS16, I've added a new feature to filter by on the side of the side, a sort of "simplified size" so that you can see just what is left in stock in your size, making browsing sales a little more enjoyable. I feel that it's pretty straightforward, with Small incorporating stuff like size 46 / 36, 28-31 waist trousers, smaller shoe sizes, 3 and 4 in Schneider but 1 and 2 in ts(s), etc.

What do you guys think of this? Is it a little too ambiguous, or do you find that it makes sense to you. Is it annoying that you might have to check multiple sizes since you know you wear a larger size in a Japanese brand for example?

For me it makes a lot sense, though probably harder for some in between guy
post #33354 of 36403
It's very helpful. What could be even better is if we can filter multiple sizes in one go. So, for example, 52, L, 6, 42, etc.
post #33355 of 36403
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It's very helpful. What could be even better is if we can filter multiple sizes in one go. So, for example, 52, L, 6, 42, etc.

I think I'm a fan of this idea. That way I can filter shirts, SC, etc in one fell swoop
post #33356 of 36403
Decided to take advantage of the sale and picked up RG Richard pants in slubby black knit.
post #33357 of 36403
As usual I'm the voice of dissent (or maybe it's usually discontent?) but the polo sleeves are just right for me. Longer body would be nice, but I wouldn't shorten the sleeves. Wore mine yesterday and it's SO comfortable!
post #33358 of 36403
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Originally Posted by duff406 View Post

As usual I'm the voice of dissent (or maybe it's usually discontent?) but the polo sleeves are just right for me. Longer body would be nice, but I wouldn't shorten the sleeves. Wore mine yesterday and it's SO comfortable!

 

Me as well. A 42 in the dress shirts is a bit long in the sleeve for me, but on the polo, the sleeves are perfect. Would definitely appreciate the additional 2cm in body length, but I love the sleeves as they are.

post #33359 of 36403
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but the polo sleeves are just right for me.
+1, although I prefer to think of myself as the voice of disco
post #33360 of 36403

Did folks size up on the SDC jacquard bomber?

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