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post #34921 of 36403
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

I wore my green one all weekend.  It is a really nice fabric. 

I've got the blue one and its feels like cashmere/cord it's so soft. Definitely my favorite jacket right now.
post #34922 of 36403
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Originally Posted by 1969 View Post


I've got the blue one and its feels like cashmere/cord it's so soft. Definitely my favorite jacket right now.

 

I'm assuming you wear yours without the winter liner?   

post #34923 of 36403
For sure, we're still in early morning late day mode for jackets right now.
post #34924 of 36403
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

I'm assuming you wear yours without the winter liner?   

Will that liner make it reasonably warm? Is it wearable on it's own?
post #34925 of 36403
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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post


Will that liner make it reasonably warm? Is it wearable on it's own?

 

It probably makes it wearable 10 degrees lower than without (40-60 range?).  Without liner, I'd say 50-70 range?

 

Not something that can be worn on its own.

post #34926 of 36403
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

Theoretically they could be shortened, but it looks like a PITA to me.  Would have to move the sleeves buttons and tabs up + also consider that shortening more than, say, 1.5" and you get dangerously close to the lining and tabs/snaps to attach the liner in

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Originally Posted by WillingToLearn View Post


My experience is also that the with the liner in, the bulk tends to shorten the sleeves a bit versus liner-free.  My sleeves are too long wither way, but I live with it pretty easily just folding them over. the material is double sided pretty far up the sleeve, so it doesn't look off.  I think having longer sleeves is great when it gets really nasty out

I do the exact same thing as @WillingToLearn on my Moscow sleeves. I thought it was funky at first but then completly forgot due to the matching fabric.

When things get really wet and cold it's nice to fold the extra sleeve down to cover more of my hand for both protection but also warmth!
post #34927 of 36403
Huge fan of buttero, but I wish they would make a model without eyelets.
post #34928 of 36403

that hiker was a nice surprise, think I need to add that to my collection. Size the same as the sneakers?

post #34929 of 36403
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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post
 

that hiker was a nice surprise, think I need to add that to my collection. Size the same as the sneakers?

 

It was a nice surprise for me too! (Greg did the Buttero buy in Italy so this was the first time I got to handle the boot).

 

I tried them on last night and I took the same size as my Buttero sneaker size, yes.

post #34930 of 36403
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Originally Posted by Jsoftz View Post

I just got the Scott and Charters lambswool cardigan - it's very luxurious and super warm. I love it.. in principle. However, be aware that it runs large..

I'm 5'6", weigh about 165 and normally wear a 36S or a 38S suit size. I purchased this in a Size Small.

Here's two pictures of me, one in the cardigan and one without to give you an idea of scale.. I have folded the cuffs up to make the sleeves work





The shirt is a size 15/33 BB ESF OCBD for reference.

I love this sweater but feel like it is too big for me, my girlfriend says it looks like I'm wearing "[my] big brother's sweater." Anyone think it is practical to try and shrink? Greg, is there any chance this will be offered in an extra small any time soon?


Does someone have experience with Scott Charters sizing? I am based in EU and ordering a SC shawl from USA would give a custom in my country a field day. 

So, I wanted to order straight from their online shop. However, size there are not selected as Small, Medium or Large .. They are simply offered as 42", 44" , 46" ... 

The customer service is disaster, they appear to have only 2 colour options - charcoal and navy, no other colours at all .. 

What do you think I would receive if I order a size 42" .. It's supposed to be 42 inch in chest, and it's the smallest size they have, but I know a lot of guys don't have chest this wide, so is it possible their smallest size is in fact a US42? 

 

post #34931 of 36403
Thread Starter 

We've specified the dimensions, sizing and details of the model that we're ordering from them - so I can only help you with sizing of the ones we sell.  All I know is that they fit large and are already smaller than the standard S&C model (before our specs and tweaks).   

post #34932 of 36403
Not a great pic but THE greatest BD collar.


GI
post #34933 of 36403

When will the rest of FW16 trickle in?  Looking forward to a couple makers that haven't dropped yet :D

post #34934 of 36403
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Originally Posted by leeba View Post
 

When will the rest of FW16 trickle in?  Looking forward to a couple makers that haven't dropped yet :D

 

A little bit every day from now on.  First Inglese shipment later today.  Port Flannel soon thereafter.  Then Merola and first Eidos shipment (outerwear and pants) in a day or two.  GRP, Begg and first Document drop not far behind (a lot of measurements to take!).   Two new Japanese makers introduced very soon too.

post #34935 of 36403

Just got the navy S&C shawl collar cardigan (FWIW - this is a Large). Love it:

 

 

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