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post #44551 of 49338
Pretty good sales on the remaining Schneider knitwear, I bought my first sweater from SS a few months ago and I really liked it! Maybe I could get some opinions here on what I should try to nab?

The last piece I bought was the A1 bubblestitch black in a size V. I'm 5'10, 165, and it fit perfectly trim.

Of the two remaining schneider knitwear sweaters on sale in size 'V' (the F4 in camel mohair or the gradient sweater) which do you gents think has a fit that resembles the bubblestitch sweater; and which do you think is more versatile?

I typically wear monochrome or cool colours, but the gradient one is muted to an extent as well.

I've reached out to Greg as well, but figure I could employ some opinions from here too!
post #44552 of 49338

Gradient is way cooler imo. The fit of the GRID sweater is pretty loungey/relaxed though, not trim.

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Gradient is way cooler imo. The fit of the GRID sweater is pretty loungey/relaxed though, not trim.

Thanks for your input.

Yeah it appears that way after comparing the measurements, and also against the measurements of my A1 sweater.

As much as I would like to embrace the aesthetic of slouchier/baggier garments, I always end up gravitating to well fitted items because I feel most comfortable in that.
post #44554 of 49338
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http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/clothing/outerwear/black-herringbone-rive-gauche-belted-raincoat.html

 

This thing is a fucking steal, at under $600.


This does looks amazing. Too bad I already have a rain coat "similar" to it.

post #44555 of 49338
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This does looks amazing. Too bad I already have a rain coat "similar" to it.

This thing is a step above.  I was impressed, but not raving about it, until I saw it in person.

post #44556 of 49338
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This does looks amazing. Too bad I already have a rain coat "similar" to it.
That is nice. If I didn't just preoorder a NR SB'd number from NMWA, I'd kop it.
post #44557 of 49338
meh. babyandco has it for 600 too, and they have codes occasionally
post #44558 of 49338
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meh. babyandco has it for 600 too, and they have codes occasionally
I've bought from B&co. Good store.
post #44559 of 49338
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meh. babyandco has it for 600 too, and they have codes occasionally
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I've bought from B&co. Good store.

I really like Baby and Co .  However, the version that they have is the "mixed black", which is a "Type I" fabric, or 799 Euros on the Norwegian rain site.  The version sold at No Man is the black herringbone version, slightly heavier and more textured, with, imo, a more interesting surface texture, and is 999 Euros, 200 Euros more.

 

I had a choice between the two, and chose the black herringbone version.  ymmv.  My wife has a Raincho in the mixed black, and loves it.

post #44560 of 49338
looks the same to me, both herringbone
post #44561 of 49338
trying to use LN-CC code CLEARANCE20 but it's giving me an error. are there normally brand exclusions? Just added another random brand and still not working...also, it's an item listed for $200, but cart lists it at 160 with $40 duties added. is there a way to ship duty unpaid, since there shouldn't be any duties, especially not that expensive
post #44562 of 49338
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looks the same to me, both herringbone

Could be.  Your monitor is probably better than mine.  In either case, good deals (the No Man one is better right now by exactly $29 - a nice lunch), and both good stores.  When I go to Seattle, I always make sure to go into Baby&Co, the fashion shop masquerading as a maternity store (from the outside, it really looks like one.)

post #44563 of 49338
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post
 

Could be.  Your monitor is probably better than mine.  In either case, good deals (the No Man one is better right now by exactly $29 - a nice lunch), and both good stores.  When I go to Seattle, I always make sure to go into Baby&Co, the fashion shop masquerading as a maternity store (from the outside, it really looks like one.)

Look at this ridiculously awesome "Watercolor" herringbone SC from Pence that I bought from Baby and Co for $100(last one).

 

Made by the good people of Romania. 100% cotone yo. Splendid!

post #44564 of 49338

A random one-off from the dream box: $35 for LBM 1911 olive chino.  

 

I tried this pant a few mos. ago -- it's perfect shade of green, really well made. Too tapered for for me, but well worth a try if you're a 34. 

post #44565 of 49338
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A random one-off from the dream box: $35 for LBM 1911 olive chino.  

I tried this pant a few mos. ago -- it's perfect shade of green, really well made. Too tapered for for me, but well worth a try if you're a 34. 

My contribution: thin wale corduroys from Giab's. The Giab's pants I have are exceptional. At $36 these are a steal.

http://mobile.yoox.com/us/36719426FJ/item#dept=men&sts=SearchResult&cod10=36719426UF&sizeId=
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