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post #76 of 965
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Originally Posted by SuperBobo View Post
how does those green and brown pants fit, and does any us retailers have them? looks great..
More pics are up of the cord jeans @ NALU:


post #77 of 965
those looks really good, and looks pretty awsome with the shirt as expected.
post #78 of 965
Damn, the Field Jacket is killin it right now. Material: MIL-SPEC NYLON COTTON SATEEN / WOOLENS by WOOLRICH @ NALU Added 2007-07-24:
post #79 of 965
@ the Chicken Shack (Pics of vest details @ http://c-shack.com/shop_eg.html
post #80 of 965
I really like those vests... need one of those for winter. US retailers? or perhaps berlin report?
post #81 of 965
Love the Field Jacket, my only question is whether the bullet pocket is overkill, since it would have no foreseeable functionality for me.
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post #82 of 965
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Love the Field Jacket, my only question is whether the bullet pocket is overkill, since it would have no foreseeable functionality for me.
Agreed. That has to be the least functional element that I've seen from Engineered Garments. I'm surprised. This piece does seem more hunter/fisher forward with those loops attached to hold a rod or other tools.
post #83 of 965
Mountain Parka - Nylon/Cotton Ripstop @ Skink (http://www.skink-nagoya.com/eg2.html):
post #84 of 965
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Originally Posted by anothergreenworld View Post
Agreed. That has to be the least functional element that I've seen from Engineered Garments. I'm surprised.

? Cartidge pockets on a hunting jacket are not functional? I like the fact that if EG designs a hunting jacket it has features that are functional for a hunter, a fishing jacket for a fisherman, etc, rather than all of the above having features that are functional for tragically hip fuckers like us.

That commitment to authenticity is what makes EG cool.
post #85 of 965
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Originally Posted by Edward Appleby View Post
? Cartidge pockets on a hunting jacket are not functional? I like the fact that if EG designs a hunting jacket it has features that are functional for a hunter, a fishing jacket for a fisherman, etc, rather than all of the above having features that are functional for tragically hip fuckers like us.

That commitment to authenticity is what makes EG cool.

Authenticity aside, I'm a hip fucker, not a hunter or fisherman, and personally find a cartridge pocket not only nonfunctional, but somewhat distasteful/pretentious for hipster wear. How many hunters and fishermen are likely to buy a $550 EG jacket?
post #86 of 965
You could fill them up with these:

post #87 of 965
Nice one. Or for the ladies' man... "Running short? Here you are miss!"

post #88 of 965
I need at least ten stogies on hand at all times, so this jacket's a must have.
post #89 of 965
I hear that in Tikrit they fill them up with C4.
post #90 of 965
Still holding out on a medium Bedford and I'm loving the look on that Field Jacket. Are those going to be available as well?
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