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Bumfreezer just came in. Not entirely sure about the size - this is a M - I am probably in between M and L... but it should be large enough to wear a thin sweater, i.e., a Merz sweater. The quality is pretty spectacular though...


 

I'm with Greg on this. Fantastic fit. 

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It is pretty cozy and exceedingly warm. The green hopsack is sweet.

Thanks for the input, guys.

I will say this - it is an unbelievably trim jacket for how warm it is. Impressive that they can fit so much in such a tight package (if that makes sense).
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I'd be interested in a Camoshita easy pant fit pic. Or even just a general description of the silhouette.
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I'd be interested in a Camoshita easy pant fit pic. Or even just a general description of the silhouette.
Very slim leg with a comfortable top block
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Leder deutschleder trousers and Inis Meain boat builder please

 

Wore mine on Tuesday! I'll try to get pictures the next time I wear them. They soften up faster than expected, although it's still very heavyweight cotton.

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Greg @gdl203 - I believe (man it's been that long for my brain or I'm old or both) like the Eidos Sal Beige Twill pants you have on the site was the same one that was available for pre-order a bit ago right? Have the trousers from the pre-orders arrived already? I just want to make sure I didn't miss an email for invoice payment or make sure it didn't get filtered in spam and accidentally deleted shog[1].gif
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Very slim leg with a comfortable top block

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guys - any specific requests for fit pics?   

Tailoring - Eidos and SF, please smile.gif
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Better pics, for posterity:


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Better pics, for posterity:



Yep. That's awesome.

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@gdl203/@conceptual 4est Can you offer sizing guidance on the TS(s) moleskin coat?

How does it compare to, say, Stephen Scheider coat sizing?

I usually base my size on shoulder and chest for something like this, but only have the chest to go on since it's raglan sleeve.

My guess is that I'd want the size 4.
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I wear VI in Schneider outerwear and would take 5 in the ts(s) coat (one of the most slept on items of the season BTWIMO)

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Greg @gdl203 - I believe (man it's been that long for my brain or I'm old or both) like the Eidos Sal Beige Twill pants you have on the site was the same one that was available for pre-order a bit ago right? Have the trousers from the pre-orders arrived already? I just want to make sure I didn't miss an email for invoice payment or make sure it didn't get filtered in spam and accidentally deleted shog[1].gif
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You were a few minutes ahead of the curve... 

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Bumfreezer just came in. Not entirely sure about the size - this is a M - I am probably in between M and L... but it should be large enough to wear a thin sweater, i.e., a Merz sweater. The quality is pretty spectacular though...
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That looks to be a really great fit. 

It is warm as hell, so I am not worried much about layering heavily.

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Yes. That arctic liner and the fleece collar are serious business. Definitely designed to carry the load in keeping you warm. And the NR outer fabric and construction is entirely weather proof in my limited experience. Don't want it to get too cold too fast but I am looking forward to wearing my Moscow.
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Really crappy pic but finally come and wet in the bay to wear my SS

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