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post #4471 of 7650
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Originally Posted by budapest12 View Post

Can anyone comment if sizing for other Heschung boots is similar? Looking at black Panax -- my TTS is 9 but my Barrie size is 8.5. Thanks.

I'm a TTS 9D, and took an 8.5 for the Panax after finding the 9 too big (at least on me)

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post #4472 of 7650
Thanks - but unfortunately i see those are gone in that size. Makes choosing the Alfred Sargents that much easier.
post #4473 of 7650
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Originally Posted by RXS09 View Post

Coat looks awesome here

Thanks. Think the shoulders fit ok?
post #4474 of 7650
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Originally Posted by Newcomer View Post

For me, they just fit way too slim. I probably should have sized up. I took a 32 in the OS Burgundy trouser, and I take a 50 in the Rota trousers. The waist and rise was fine with the OS, but the thighs were much, much tighter on the OS's that on the Rota's. I will try on again later, and post more comparisons.

Thanks for the feedback. I am a standard EU50/US34 in most pants, but I thought I might size down for OS because of the listed measurements. I have meaty thighs as well (wear the Epaulet Rudy rather than Walt), so it sounds like I should stick with the 34. Are you a standard 34 in most pants, and if so, why did you buy the 32?
post #4475 of 7650
Based on the measurements provided, I thought the 32 would work. I am a standard 34 in most pants, and I figured that the OS would fit roomier. They do in the waist and the rise is fine. But thighs and calves ain't going to work. I also don't like my clothes fitting too slim.
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Prompt service and well-curated selection
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Thanks. Think the shoulders fit ok?

For sure. That's pretty much exactly how I'd want mine to fit 

post #4478 of 7650
OK, I've been following for almost 300 pages here and am not sure it's been mentioned - who can tell me about the little NMWA plastic thingy that comes w/ a shirt - something to do w/ reattaching buttons? confused.gif
post #4479 of 7650
They are basically snap in threads for buttons. So if a button falls off, those prongs snap together to hold the button down in place. I think they are actually a 'permanent' replacement for the button threads.
Edited by larryr - 1/16/14 at 9:26am
post #4480 of 7650
i am so glad i placed lots of separate orders, not all together, because i have a bunch of those now. so cool.
post #4481 of 7650
I almost want to rip off a button so I can use it.

Also, NMWA customer service is awesome. New pair of Rotas incoming icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #4482 of 7650
i would not recommend that lol.


yes, they do rule.
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As a shot in the dark, anyone have a pair of size 50 Rota Cotton Twills in either color they want to trade for a 48?

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Quick shout out for a great selection, great customer service, great packaging, and super prompt shipping.

I ordered a Drakes scarf and PS, this past Sunday (I know, I'm a high roller)

I received a polite and apologetic e-mail from NMWA Monday informing me that due to a stock error, the Drakes scarf was out of stock. I found a similarly priced Begg & Co scarf in a similar color, and we agreed to change my order to the Drakes PS, and Begg scarf. Tuesday morning I receive the shipping confirmation. Wednesday, I receive the package! Thursday, I am wearing my new scarf.

All in all, NMWA is a class outfit with a great selection, and even better that personal touch.

Also, I am glad someone explained the button fasteners earlier in the thread...
post #4485 of 7650
I regret not ordering two other colors of this at the trunk show; love it. Crappy pic I took out of excitement.
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