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post #136 of 1353

Hi guys! 

Any idea on whether we can expect some of those field jackets (with detachable hood) for SS14? Haven't seen any so far. Thanks! 

post #137 of 1353
^ Not sure if they will release the exact same jacket again this season -- there's always that one jacket EG will drop mid season that everyone lusts for!

I acquired the olive version last year and have yet to even wear out. I was personally underwhelmed by the fabric choice (a bit to shiny and synthetic looking, when I was expecting a rougher fabric choice and different tone of olive colour).

Maybe the Expedition jacket will be to your liking?

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I think that's the Expedition jacket, or quite simply a Bedford jacket - both in an olive cotton ripstop.

post #138 of 1353
Does anyone know which fabrics the fatigue pant are available in this season?
post #139 of 1353

@ el quag: thanks mate! Yeah we'll see, but I really liked the fact you could remove the hood (on the field jacket). 

 

The expedition looks great but I'm still waiting to see more detailed pics. Plus I don't think it's actually a parka (which is what I'm after). 

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Does anyone know which fabrics the fatigue pant are available in this season?
  • Indigo Cotton Denim Railroad stripe
  • Khaki Cotton Ripstop
  • Olive Cotton Ripstop
  • Navy Cotton Ripstop
  • Black/Grey Cotton Houndstooth
  • Black/White Cotton Houndstooth

Painter Pants are also back this season:
Cotton Chambray (Click to show)





8oz Denim (Click to show)



post #141 of 1353
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  • Indigo Cotton Denim Railroad stripe

Does anyone know what stores are getting the railroad stripe in fatigue pants (or other pants for that matter)? I saw that Steven Alan has them in fatigue shorts but that is the only store that I have seen with the material thus far.
post #142 of 1353
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@ el quag: thanks mate! Yeah we'll see, but I really liked the fact you could remove the hood (on the field jacket). 

The expedition looks great but I'm still waiting to see more detailed pics. Plus I don't think it's actually a parka (which is what I'm after). 

I know what you mean. Did you notice these two pieces featured in the SS14 lookbook:




Then there's the Storm Coat which is not a Parka, but features a removable hood. Note the colour and texture of Cotton Ripstop:


post #143 of 1353
Those painter pants are totally dorky in the best kind of way. I kind of want the darker denim pair...
post #144 of 1353
and I the lighter...
post #145 of 1353
why not both???
post #146 of 1353

the cotton chambray pants colour is too much like hospital scrubs for me.. heh. 

post #147 of 1353
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Yes I saw these two. They look amazing, we'll see when they come up on stores :) 

The storm coat is a beautiful piece but wayyy too long for me (I'm not very tall unfortunately). 

 

I also really like that one: 

 

Btw for those interested I've got a light blue chambray work shirt (from FW13) in Small. 160$ shipped to the US/Europe (I'm in France). It's brand new, still has the tag on. 

post #148 of 1353
Source on the storm coat pics? Looks great.

I have some monitaly cotton ripstop pants from last summer - really nice fabric - would be interested to see how EG's matches up
post #149 of 1353
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Source on the storm coat pics? Looks great.

http://www.ec.freaksstore.com/category/2_E_GARMENTS
post #150 of 1353
Recently bought the black floral shirt and patchwork shirt. And also the tropical wool navy Andover. Heh.
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