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post #35116 of 36403
Can't beleive how quickly the Eidos Field Jacket sold out in my size! Must've been in ltierally 5 minutes.

I never learn my lesson and join the Pre-Order
post #35117 of 36403
Outerwear will get due hype, but those new Sam trousers are dope as hell
post #35118 of 36403
Thread Starter 

^ correct.  Sam trousers are some of the best casual pants I've seen in a while. 

 

Sal trousers in cream corduroy are freaking unbelievable too

post #35119 of 36403
Greg, I have a 50 brown casentino eidos overcoat (quick measurements: about 19"-19.5" shoulder, 23" chest). Fits over a SC; however, I have a 50 FJ from S/S that won't fit over much else than a thin sweater/button down. Would you say 50 or 52 for HJ?
post #35120 of 36403
Yeah... I got the creamy sal cord trousers. Those are probably the coolest trousers I have seen in quite some time. And only one of each. Maybe I am just a sucker for cream.
Edited by Newcomer - 10/11/16 at 1:14pm
post #35121 of 36403
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by wigglr View Post
 

 

It depends on whether you want to layer underneath.   I would say 50 should work for you, unless you'd need to wear a suit/sc underneath

post #35122 of 36403
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
 

 

It depends on whether you want to layer underneath.   I would say 50 should work for you, unless you'd need to wear a suit/sc underneath

 

Thanks, Greg. I was planning on wearing it over a SC, so you'd say 52? I just thought 20.9" for shoulder looked on the large side for my build.

post #35123 of 36403
I tried on the shearing-lined HJ at Barneys NYC yesterday in my usual Eidos size (50). It is cut pretty trim to the body. I was wearing a button-down shirt at the time, and I don't think I could wear more than a medium-weight sweater on top. I wouldn't want to size up, because the arms would be way too long. Antonio can say more, but perhaps this was designer's intent? After all, one generally doesn't go hunting in the dead of winter.
post #35124 of 36403

Just tried on the medium NR. #343/1000... Right move trading the large for it. Thanks Greg...

 

With liner:


Without liner:


No liner with heavy cotton blazer:

 

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post #35125 of 36403
Definitely the right call.
post #35126 of 36403
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Originally Posted by metranger8694 View Post
 

Just tried on the medium NR. #343/1000... Right move trading the large for it. Thanks Greg...

 

With liner:

 


Without liner:

 


No liner with heavy cotton blazer:

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
 

 

Looks like it was the right move! Glad to hear you're happy

post #35127 of 36403
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

^ correct.  Sam trousers are some of the best casual pants I've seen in a while. 

Sal trousers in cream corduroy are freaking unbelievable too

Hey Greg, are the side adjusters for the Eidos trousers placed in the "normal" direction this season?
post #35128 of 36403
Thread Starter 
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Hey Greg, are the side adjusters for the Eidos trousers placed in the "normal" direction this season?

 

:hide:
 

 

Yes!

post #35129 of 36403
Thread Starter 
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@gdl203 Any updates on Drake's pocket squares

@edubs01  they're up now

post #35130 of 36403

If I wear a 46 in the Sal should I get a 30 or 32 in the Sam?

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