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Bespokemon Go?

 

Your witty was so much wittier than mine.  :worship:

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I have last year's Great Coat in black so I can't be tempted, but those slant pockets look like an upgrade over the flap pockets on mine simply because the fabric is so stiff that the flaps are always sticking up. Fabric looks amazing.
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@conceptual 4est Hey Kyle, can you remind what size to you wear in Leder Great coat again?

thanks man
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Bespokemon Go?

 

That's what all those guys standing around with their phones outside of Pitti in weird locations are doing

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@conceptual 4est Hey Kyle, can you remind what size to you wear in Leder Great coat again?

thanks man

 

I wear a size S in just about everything Leder, including my great coat from last year. I'll give some fit feedback on these season's styles as soon as I try them on, but from initial glance they seem pretty consistent with what we've seen in the past. 

 

Oh, and Frank added size XL to the lineup for us :slayer: 


Edited by conceptual 4est - 8/24/16 at 7:32am
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is this the coat? (from the Leder website)

 

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is this the coat? (from the Leder website)

 

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Thread Starter 

Yes

 

We have three DB coats from Leder this season though.  

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Does anyone know the sleeve measurement of the Scott and Charters cashmere rollneck in cabled navy for a size S (small)?

 

Does size small (S) equate to a size medium (M) in Inis Meain?

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Regarding the non-technical Master Piece backpacks... how will they handle some light rain? May be carrying a laptop.
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Regarding the non-technical Master Piece backpacks... how will they handle some light rain? May be carrying a laptop.

 

Aside from the Moon tweed ones, they're all made of waterproof fabrics but don't necessarily have waterproof seams and stitching. This makes them water "resistant" for the most part, and I'd feel confident in light rain but I would not want to wear one in heavy rain for hours if I had a laptop inside. I have the Surpass backpack and it gives no cause for stress when it gets a little wet outside.

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Aside from the Moon tweed ones, they're all made of waterproof fabrics but don't necessarily have waterproof seams and stitching. This makes them water "resistant" for the most part, and I'd feel confident in light rain but I would not want to wear one in heavy rain for hours if I had a laptop inside. I have the Surpass backpack and it gives no cause for stress when it gets a little wet outside.

Surpass wool even?
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Surpass wool even?

 

The lining is all backed with Cordura, and the roll part of the roll-top is backed with a membrane

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While we're on the subject, can the laptop compartment in the Master-Piece Surpass backpacks fit a 15'' laptop? I'm looking at the non-rolltop ones.
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But with a buttondown collar instead of the spread collar, correct?

That's correct
With the same generous collar roll as the regular Inglese shirts, right? (Not sure how well the pique fabric rolls.)
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