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post #871 of 1203
Just pulled the trigger on

Navy Wool Uniform Serge Truman Pant - 30
Eggshell Tattersall Tab Collar Shirt - M

Hopefully the width of the Truman pants will be pretty good for me as I don't exactly has the largest legs man has seen.

Also got the B2B Jacket - Brown/Navy Wool Twill Plaid - M about a week ago, fit is perfect, much like the Andover. The dark, autumn-y tones of the colors, and fabric is amazing as well. Favorite piece from the season. Brown Homespun Bedford also in the wardrobe but I think i've mentioned that, and the jacket has also been discussed already. But let me know if you need any advice/help with said pieces and I'd be happy to help.
post #872 of 1203
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Originally Posted by kape View Post

Looks nice but I think I'll hold out for the Expedition in homespun before I pull the trigger

Nepenthes has it in store now, sizes XS-M left as of Saturday. Price is $672.00. I was tempted with this one, but the number of pockets puts me off. I wish they had the cruiser jacket this season. It would be great in this fabric.
post #873 of 1203

Hey Dudes,

 

Jordan from Winn Perry sent me photos of the current EG in stock.

It's their first season carrying it, so the buy was pretty minimal.

Feel free to email him for info or purchasing.

sales@winnperry.com

winnperry.com

 

Bedford in Navy Cavalry Twill

 

 

Coverall Jacket in Navy Reversed Sateen

 

 

Highland Parka in Olive Green Reversed Sateen

 

 

Knit Blazer in Navy

 

 

M-41 Jacket in Navy Reversed Sateen

 

 

Western Shirt in Blue Chambray

 

 

Work Shirt in Indigo Denim Shirting

 

 

xox,

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post #874 of 1203
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Originally Posted by atlr View Post

The Bureau Belfast has new stuff up now. (Can't get the link to work for some reason) Expedition jacket looks better this season I think. Kind of want one.. 

 

 

I was actually one of the few which liked it last season.  This season is even better (elbow patches) and I grabbed one at Nepenthes this weekend.  An absolutely GREAT jacket which captures the Army/M style vibe which is going around this season.

 

On a side note I tried on the Needles Rebuild M jacket - not for me.  The width of the arms is huge.

post #875 of 1203
Brown homespun bedford AND ghurka pant already sold out in my size at TBB... hopefully some US stockist will have one or both by the weekend. Olive moleskin bedford might make a decent consolation prize.
post #876 of 1203
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Originally Posted by Shingles View Post

Just pulled the trigger on

Navy Wool Uniform Serge Truman Pant - 30
Eggshell Tattersall Tab Collar Shirt - M

Hopefully the width of the Truman pants will be pretty good for me as I don't exactly has the largest legs man has seen.

Also got the B2B Jacket - Brown/Navy Wool Twill Plaid - M about a week ago, fit is perfect, much like the Andover. The dark, autumn-y tones of the colors, and fabric is amazing as well. Favorite piece from the season. Brown Homespun Bedford also in the wardrobe but I think i've mentioned that, and the jacket has also been discussed already. But let me know if you need any advice/help with said pieces and I'd be happy to help.

 

Looking to grab the Truman as well. Do you usually wear size 30 waist? I do too, although some of the stuff I kop online comes pretty tight. For example my SS14 size 30 Ghurka shorts are a little too tight. I want to lose a little weight though so maybe they'll be just snug afterwards.

 

Should I size up to 32 on the Truman? Every stockist having different measurements is so annoying!

post #877 of 1203
[@]LA Guy[/@]

mentioned in another thread that EG makes a tapered cargo pants. Which model is this?

 

I am looking for a roomy seat with a heavier taper. 

post #878 of 1203
Highland. Hunter pants are like W+H bush pant.
post #879 of 1203
Knit jackets in the 3rd TBB drop, very nice. Expedition jacket looks great. I think I have shot my bolt for this season on the shawl collar knit though.

Also, "Boumemouth" shirt? I can't tell if that's a deliberate misspelling or someone's seen "Bournemouth" with a handwritten "r" & "n" run together.
post #880 of 1203
Expedition looks spot on , XXL anywhere ? biggrin.gif
post #881 of 1203
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Originally Posted by m4gdelen4 View Post

Looking to grab the Truman as well. Do you usually wear size 30 waist? I do too, although some of the stuff I kop online comes pretty tight. For example my SS14 size 30 Ghurka shorts are a little too tight. I want to lose a little weight though so maybe they'll be just snug afterwards.

Should I size up to 32 on the Truman? Every stockist having different measurements is so annoying!

Hi. I usually wear size 30 yes, that's for all EG pants, fatigues, cinch, usn, matt etc. Some pants are a little tighter than others when first putting them on but from my experience they've always had a little to give - after 1-2 weeks wear all of them have loosened up a bit, cord, twill, oxford, they've always been a little tight to begin with but got nicely worn in after some time.
The worsted wool flannel cinch pants from this season I took a 30 in as well, at first try they were very good over all but a little little tight around the waist, I haven't worn them enough yet to have them broken in because of the weather but i'm hoping they will loosen up just like the others. I'm 5'9" 154.

TBB states to go with your usual waist size so that's what I did this time as well. Hoping to receive the pants on friday, I can provide a better answer by then after i've tried them on. SS13 shorts I had to size up to 32 but that was because shorts that season ran really small. Hope that helps a little.
post #882 of 1203
Anybody in the US ever get hit with duties/customs when ordering from Norsestore?

Thanks.
post #883 of 1203
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Hi. I usually wear size 30 yes, that's for all EG pants, fatigues, cinch, usn, matt etc. Some pants are a little tighter than others when first putting them on but from my experience they've always had a little to give - after 1-2 weeks wear all of them have loosened up a bit, cord, twill, oxford, they've always been a little tight to begin with but got nicely worn in after some time.
The worsted wool flannel cinch pants from this season I took a 30 in as well, at first try they were very good over all but a little little tight around the waist, I haven't worn them enough yet to have them broken in because of the weather but i'm hoping they will loosen up just like the others. I'm 5'9" 154.

TBB states to go with your usual waist size so that's what I did this time as well. Hoping to receive the pants on friday, I can provide a better answer by then after i've tried them on. SS13 shorts I had to size up to 32 but that was because shorts that season ran really small. Hope that helps a little.


Thanks a ton, Shingles! I'll give the 30 a try then smile.gif
post #884 of 1203
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Originally Posted by mbaum View Post

Where did you get it? TBB?

Yeah, jumped on it as soon as I seen it. Really happy I waited and didn't pick up the shawl knit as I love this even more.

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Originally Posted by Cotton Dockers View Post

FWIW, I asked Nepenthes about pants for those of us with a "wide top block" and they recommended the tux and Truman pants, along with the fatigues. 

List of grey herringbone fatigue stockists:













Black Blue EG
Bureau
C-Store
Canvas EG










Gentry
Inventory 
McKilroy PTY 







Nomad
Norse Store


Are black blue EG and canvas EG Japanese stores?

I picked up these fatigues from Norse Store. Price to the UK worked out really good too, cheaper than The Bureau I think. Have to say that I really love these. The fabric is really soft and cozy but warm too. Like the fact the cut is slimmer than the Workaday fatigues I have.
post #885 of 1203
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

@LA Guy
mentioned in another thread that EG makes a tapered cargo pants. Which model is this?

I am looking for a roomy seat with a heavier taper. 

Pretty sure that I read in this thread that the Highland pants are very slim.
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