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I'm a 41 in Inglese (slim fit on me), 40 Formosa (let out waist some). I'm looking at GRP shawl bubble stitch, SC lambs wool cardigan, and SS adjacent crewneck. What size would others recommend for these? Thanks in advance!
Edited by wigglr - 7/16/16 at 10:00am
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Does the summer Bumfreezer still have that square logo/patch on the lower back/butt?

I have the salt and pepper single breasted on pre-order in size M. That seemed to be the best size for a 38R with intent to wear over jacket/suit.

Should I go down to S for Bumfreezer with intent for shirt/sweater underneath?

Can you describe the difference between the LW and SLW materials?

Are there any inside pockets?

Thanks.
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

Yes. Same sizes as me

Awesome, thanks. Think I'll get in on that pre-order, I've been looking for a proper raincoat in a super light weight for a long time.
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Originally Posted by CaptChaos View Post

Does the summer Bumfreezer still have that square logo/patch on the lower back/butt?

I have the salt and pepper single breasted on pre-order in size M. That seemed to be the best size for a 38R with intent to wear over jacket/suit.

Should I go down to S for Bumfreezer with intent for shirt/sweater underneath?

Can you describe the difference between the LW and SLW materials?

Are there any inside pockets?

Thanks.

Yes I believe the back has the NR patch/logo

I would agree with Small without a jacket and much layering.

The LW denim material is visually similar to the regular NR fabrics - has that woven texture to it, and slightly mixed color yarns for a less uniform color.

The SLW fabrics are a departure from that woven look and are completely smooth with a matte finish. They feel much more technical, for lack of a better word. Very light wearing, but drapes nicely. It reminds me of fabrics you see on things like Arcteryx Veilance.

As you can see on the weight descriptions, the SLW is significantly lighter than LW denim.

There are inside pockets like this:



But the CPH is constructed differently because of all the venting in the back and arms. Inside pockets are vertical zips there.

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Thread Starter 
CPH looks so cool open - they really nailed that inside placket.

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Dark trews? What is this madness?!?!

Note: kidding. I'm with Greg on the darker trews debate.
Edited by ericgereghty - 7/17/16 at 5:19pm
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For those of us who don't venture into the casual male side of SF, what's the objection to dark trees?
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TREWS lol.
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What the fuck are trews.
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Trousers I think
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They're pents - like Trump's running mate.
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Sale purchase report. Finally did buy this:

http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/indigo-dyed-cotton-crewneck-sweater.html

What size did you go with?
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What size did you go with?

I went with the XL as a 40ish chest and 18.5 in shoulder. Fits well or a little on the large side will work for me.
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