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Greg @gdl203 I take a 50 in all Eidos Trousers and I took a medium (48) in the last two seasons (SS16, FW15) of Camoshita elasticated easy pants styles. Is this season slimmer given the pull tabs? I'm note sure if I should stick to a 48 or go with 50. Did you try this season's on and compare with the size you typically wear in Eidos. I'm not familiar with Formosa sizing (yet).

 

I take 54 in both.  I just tried on the new maroon cords (oh my :inlove:) and they fit great for me in 54.  A little roomier in the top block than my Eidos Sal in 54 but those are flat-front and the Camoshita are double-pleated.   I wouldn't want tosize down to 52, personally, but if you like the fit of 48 on you, then by all means stick with that.

 

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@gdl203 will there be any navy db overcoats by LBM this time around? Thanks!

 

Yes.  LBM overcoats tend to land later in the season (early-mid October)

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@gdl203 how are you sizing that blue herringbone overcoat?
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Yes, we had Fox re-run that fabric for another roll (anyone wants some? :) )

You still have leftover fabric?

 

 

(also, my kingdom for a Camoshita cut with a longer jacket - the winter seersucker and wool cord are just insane, but far too short for me)

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@gdl203 how are you sizing that blue herringbone overcoat?

 

I honestly can go from 48 (trim, not the intended fit at all) to 52 on this one.   It all depends on how loose you want to go.   50 is good for me with a sweater or something.  54 is just too big IMO.  Best for someone who's a US 44-46

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You still have leftover fabric?

 

Oh yeah

 

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(also, my kingdom for a Camoshita cut with a longer jacket - the winter seersucker and wool cord are just insane, but far too short for me)

 

You and me!   The pants, shirts and overcoats are AOK though

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Oh yeah

 

I am definitely interested in buying some of that fabric.

 

 

You and me!   The pants, shirts and overcoats are AOK though

 

Agreed! That Balmacaan coat is just insane in person.

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Oh yeah

 

 

You and me!   The pants, shirts and overcoats are AOK though

shirts, when?

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shirts, when?

Last 4 seasons

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I am definitely interested in buying some of that fabric.

 

 

http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/special-edition-run-of-fox-brothers-oatmeal-flannel.html

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I can't seem to add more than one meter to my cart at a time.

 

(though if I just keep doing that, I can eventually end up with a more...suitable...quantity)

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Greg, is the emerald green Formosa the same/a similar fabric that was offered as an Eidos preorder, or am I remembering wrong?

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I can't seem to add more than one meter to my cart at a time.

 

(though if I just keep doing that, I can eventually end up with a more...suitable...quantity)

 

Yep that's the way to do it :)

 

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Greg, is the emerald green Formosa the same/a similar fabric that was offered as an Eidos preorder, or am I remembering wrong?

 

I believe the Eidos one was a little lighter in color and the herringbone pattern was much larger

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Are the measurements listed on the oatmeal flannels correct? It says they run a full size small, but I would expect a size 52 to be around 36" at the waist, which is what it lists.

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Are the measurements listed on the oatmeal flannels correct? It says they run a full size small, but I would expect a size 52 to be around 36" at the waist, which is what it lists.

 

No, size 52 or US 36 trousers typically do not measure 36" around.  Closer to 37.5-38" actual measurements.   36" around is a typical 50 trousers

 

The measurements are correct.

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Having seen it in person, I can attest that this suit came out so great.

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