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post #34711 of 36403
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Originally Posted by DeSense View Post

@gdl203

Hello Greg, two Qs if I may.
Rota size 50, Formosa 52 - which Camo pants size, 54? Four inches of stretch is probably too much to ask, right?
This one was probably asked before, looking at Formosa jackets, the newer ones have narrower shoulder measurements. Just a matter of different person - different result,or real change in pattern?
Cheers!

fwiw, I take 46 in Rota across materials (wool, linen, garment dyed; but need waist taken in for wool, linen) and ordered 46 in Camoshita and Kyle advised that is the right size.

post #34712 of 36403
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Fixed

size option is not available for this -- http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/victoria-burgundy-lambswool-crewneck-sweater.html

post #34713 of 36403
Lol u guys weren't kidding about camoshita... nicely done 👍👌
post #34714 of 36403

The Camoshita burgundy SC is beautiful.

post #34715 of 36403

it is.. i considered kopping but it's out in my size (already) 

post #34716 of 36403
How heavy are the Rota brown cotton twill trousers with side tabs? Is this considered more of a 3-season weight - generally good for everything but the summer?

And for those who have hemmed Rota trousers to about a 30-31" inch inseam, what's the leg opening? Slightly slimmer when comparing the the cotton pantalones vs. the wool trews?
post #34717 of 36403
This Camoshita drop so perfectly encapsulates why I like this brand so much. Wonderfu and original takes on many classic items. A deep understanding of traditional style, but also a willingess to break the rules and take some risks.

I should also say that no other webshop makes Camoshita look as good as you guys do.
post #34718 of 36403
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by mockingboy View Post

Those new Scott and Charters say Slim Fit; are they actually slim? Should I go large? (54r)

 

We have always bought what they call slim fit for the 2-ply cashmere and the crewnecks.  It's TTS, you would need a Large

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Originally Posted by wigglr View Post

Shitty pic but these high rise rotas are awesome. The chocolate cord ones are great (pic came out even worse quality (if you can imagine that haha)). Buy them.

 

Pic isn't that bad - it shows the line and proportions of the trousers well.  

 

Nice jacket too!  :thumbs-up:

 

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Originally Posted by Steel28 View Post

Greg, any dates on Eidos MTM events?

 

Not really.  Let's focus on getting the fall collection in first.

 

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Originally Posted by sood View Post
 

it is crazy how fast things fly off the shelf, already some items are out of stock!

 

We still only carry 1 or 2 units of each size so sometimes it's just one guy who was faster than you.   

 

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Originally Posted by DeSense View Post

@gdl203

Hello Greg, two Qs if I may.
Rota size 50, Formosa 52 - which Camo pants size, 54? Four inches of stretch is probably too much to ask, right?
This one was probably asked before, looking at Formosa jackets, the newer ones have narrower shoulder measurements. Just a matter of different person - different result,or real change in pattern?
Cheers!

 

I would say 50, same as your Rota size, for Camoshita trousers.   I'm 54 in both

 

There's been no change in the pattern for Formosa jackets - maybe better consistency and QC in the grading of sizes.   Fabrics (tensile properties, weight, ability to take shape) have more effect on fit/comfort than 2 or 3 millimeters here and there.  

 

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Originally Posted by sood View Post
 

size option is not available for this -- http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/victoria-burgundy-lambswool-crewneck-sweater.html

 

Fixed.  Thanks again

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Originally Posted by teddieriley View Post

How heavy are the Rota brown cotton twill trousers with side tabs? Is this considered more of a 3-season weight - generally good for everything but the summer?

Definitely 3-season, maybe 4.  

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Originally Posted by IJReilly View Post

I should also say that no other webshop makes Camoshita look as good as you guys do.

Thank you!

post #34719 of 36403
@gdl203, any sense of when the rest of the Formosa preorders will drop?
post #34720 of 36403
Thread Starter 
By mid-October, I'm told. 3 of our fabrics were delayed.
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Thread Starter 

 

 

 

 

post #34722 of 36403

is that first jacket the Fox Beige & brown large Prince-of-Wales?  Looks fantastic, so much better made up than one could have imagined in a swatch.  Great choice to those that have that lined up for themselves.

post #34723 of 36403

those oatmeal flannels are nuts!! :inlove:

post #34724 of 36403

Are the measurements for the Scott and Charters lambswool crewneck sweaters correct or is this pattern larger than last year's?  The chest measurements as listed as 46 inches for a L and 48 for an XL.  The one I have from last year has to be at least 1-2 inches slimmer in the chest.

post #34725 of 36403
The grey Formosa suit is/was listed as nailhead. Isn't that pattern birdseye?
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