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post #1081 of 1358
Since it came up this afternoon:
Here's me wearing the mainline navy ripstop fatigues + a workaday 19th c. button down. Cheers!


post #1082 of 1358
Does anyone know what's the sizing rule for the EG x Vans slip ons? Or what's the sizing rule for Vans slip on in general?

post #1083 of 1358
I'm looking for white size 11 will pay 25$ proxy
post #1084 of 1358
Tw, how'd u size that 19th century ? Workaday stuff always seems big.

Looks great, makes me want one
post #1085 of 1358
Hi all,
Does anyone know how the fabric is like on the pima poplin baker jacket? Is it fairly light/thin? Or does it provide decent wind resistance/warmth on those cooler spring/summer/early fall days?

*woo first post!!!
post #1086 of 1358
Anywhere I can still find this in size medium?

WORKADAY BY ENGINEERED GARMENTS 41 KHAKI W/ZIP FRONT IN NAVY
post #1087 of 1358
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Originally Posted by FlyingLotus View Post

Tw, how'd u size that 19th century ? Workaday stuff always seems big.

Looks great, makes me want one

Thanks man

I just get my normal EG size (medium) then wash/dry on medium heat a few times. I actually prefer the Workaday 19th century bds because they fit a bit bigger than mainline ones ha
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

Anywhere I can still find this in size medium?

WORKADAY BY ENGINEERED GARMENTS 41 KHAKI W/ZIP FRONT IN NAVY

Inventory shows it as still in stock (though you'll have to email/call to confirm)

http://store.inventorymagazine.com/collections/engineered-garments-workaday/products/41-khaki-navy-twill
post #1088 of 1358
Has anyone tried on this seasons Landsdowne? If so, are you able to compare it to either the Landsdowne of FW12, the Truman of SS13 or last seasons LDT? I'm guessing I'll be ok with my usual size but figured I would ask first.
post #1089 of 1358
toast, mohawk still had some left as of yesterday, not under eg though, they're under workaday by eg (listed separate in designers)
post #1090 of 1358
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Originally Posted by dieworkwear View Post

Does anyone know what's the sizing rule for the EG x Vans slip ons? Or what's the sizing rule for Vans slip on in general?
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I just went on a Vans kopping spree a week or so ago (I generally really like the California Collection) and picked up a couple pairs of slip-ons. Authentics/Eras fit pretty TTS, IMO, but I size down .5 for slip-ons. I'm sure you'd be fine in your usual size in them, but the lack of laces makes me want to go slightly more snug so they don't feel as floppy. Depends on the material/foot width as well, I guess...

My favorite pick-up from the aforementioned kopping spree:
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post #1091 of 1358

Quick question: Is there another vest this season in chambray except the C-1?

 

Thanks,

 

Mike

post #1092 of 1358
Do you guys usuallly take the same size in the vests that you do in the sport coats? I'm thinking of picking up a truman vest. I've noticed with the short sleeve shirts that I can size down but the long sleeve shirts I can't size down or the sleeves will be too short.
post #1093 of 1358

^ Yes for me on same size than jackets and shirts. I am an L all the way through.

post #1094 of 1358
+2 I know eg's sizing is known to be off here and there, but out of the 40 something eg pieces I have, 99% of them are mediums, and pants sized at 32. So yes, I'd go with your usual size unless you're trying to use it as a top-layer( rocking a vest over a blazer or jacket)
post #1095 of 1358
I have some shawl collar cinch backs in the same size as my jackets too
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