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@rydenfan

Looks great. Did you stay TTS on that?

Laughing at all the room comments this morning, too funny.

Frank, is correct. Built a house over the last year or so and moved in a few months ago. Was really my only option to continue house NMWA outerwear smile.gif

Yes and no on TTS. I typically size up on on PF shirts and then shrink them a bit. So I went TTS on the chore coat but one size down from my PF shirts. Hopefully that makes sense?

The cuffs are a little wide so will likely move a button, but that's super easy. It's seriously incredibly soft. Perfect early fall NE layer
post #35057 of 39271
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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

Lousy pics but PF check from a few years ago and PF chore coat. Great weight and crazy soft!




Great look! Mine is delivered today. Pumped.
post #35058 of 39271
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Originally Posted by rydenfan View Post

Laughing at all the room comments this morning, too funny.

Frank, is correct. Built a house over the last year or so and moved in a few months ago. Was really my only option to continue house NMWA outerwear smile.gif

Yes and no on TTS. I typically size up on on PF shirts and then shrink them a bit. So I went TTS on the chore coat but one size down from my PF shirts. Hopefully that makes sense?

The cuffs are a little wide so will likely move a button, but that's super easy. It's seriously incredibly soft. Perfect early fall NE layer

See. I've been paying attention. smile.gif

Much of the time anyway.
post #35059 of 39271

me and some buddies are grabbing dinner Monday night at The Publican. Let me know if you want some free food and beers :)

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@wigglr out of curiosity, what is the collar point length on that BD?

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Anyone know where I can get replacement laces for my Tanino Cuoios that doesn't cost $40?

 

http://www.buttero.it/en/LEATHER-LACES.html?RwDet=true&articoli_ID=398&language=1

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Originally Posted by GirouxAJX View Post
 

Anyone know where I can get replacement laces for my Tanino Cuoios that doesn't cost $40?

 

http://www.buttero.it/en/LEATHER-LACES.html?RwDet=true&articoli_ID=398&language=1

 

If you bought them from us, we'd be happy to send you another set of laces.  Just email our customer inbox

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Any chance you guys will have the navy hopsack bumfreezer in a L for a Preorder exchange? Or anyone with an L who needs an M?

Great jacket, just a touch too small.
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NR SB arrived and it's freaking insane. This is size L with arctic liner and I'm only wearing tee shirt. No way in hell I can wear size M 😬

Sorry for shitty pic

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Originally Posted by Steel28 View Post

NR SB arrived and it's freaking insane. This is size L with arctic liner and I'm only wearing tee shirt. No way in hell I can wear size M 😬

Sorry for shitty pic

I'm glad it worked out for you! It is a fantastic raincoat....


We are the same size. The Large on you looks better than it did on me. Even with the liner and I wore mine with a sweater.

 

Without the liner(how I'll usually wear it) the coat was quite baggy. Big in the shoulders, arms and sleeve length.

 

My medium should be here any day and I have my fingers crossed.

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Got my new high-waisted twill Rotas back from the tailor this week.

 

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Thread Starter 

How do you like them?

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I got my high waisted and love them. I want to get them in more fabrics!
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How do you like them?

 

Absolutely love 'em.  The rise is nicely balanced (IMHO it's what the "default" rise on well-fitting trousers should be), and they drape better on me than the lower-rise Rotas do.  I'll be back for more.  

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Absolutely love 'em.  The rise is nicely balanced (IMHO it's what the "default" rise on well-fitting trousers should be), and they drape better on me than the lower-rise Rotas do.  I'll be back for more.  

 

The regular rise drape better on me (sadly since I'm average height and the high-rise ones gave me height, which was nice), but these look AWESOME, David. Enjoy them!

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