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post #1366 of 1460
If someone here picked up that 103 from Grilled and doesn't like it, let me know.
post #1367 of 1460
just got my virgil grizzly mid folks in light brown and i really like them. sold my virgils, which were half a size too big, in order to get these. regardless of the size, i like the grizzly mid folks better than the virgils. for whatever reason the virgils didn't work with my wardrobe and just looked weird whenever i tried them on.
post #1368 of 1460

Looking for AW13  Brigadier Camel in size 11 or 10.5

post #1369 of 1460
Do the AW15 kerchief down jackets require sizing up? I remember on Sufu half the people sized up and the other half went TTS. I don't plan on wearing anything more than a tee shirt or light knit underneath.
post #1370 of 1460
which one are you referring to?
post #1371 of 1460

I'm looking at a pair of Skagways and would love to get some sizing advice.  I know the consensus is that they run a little big.  For the record, I wear a US11 for the Virgil and Armiger, but I wear a US10 in 7-hole and Grizzly (though a 10.5 might have been a slightly better fit for that one).  Should I look for a US10 or 10.5 for the Skagways?

 

Thanks.

post #1372 of 1460
depends on the season, my suede skagway lo from SS14 fit very TTS for example
post #1373 of 1460
I got the camp models. I normally wear a 10 in most sneakers but the 9.5 fit perfectly.
post #1374 of 1460

TTS on the skagways in my opinion.  Although I'll say at first i thought they were a little tight but then they broke in.  While the skags are much more comfortable than the traditional chuck taylor, they do take a similar amount of time to break in given the wrap around rubber, etc.

post #1375 of 1460
I size down from 8.5 to 8 for Skags, same as I do for Converses
post #1376 of 1460

Thanks very much for the advice.  I decided to try the size 10.5 since there was one available, and I think it is the right size.  A size 11 might be slightly better for my right foot, but it would probably be too long for my left.  I'm counting on the break-in process to help.  So, I ended up going down .5 from my Virgil size.

post #1377 of 1460
How are Visvim jeans? Looking into a washed pair of 04's. Never seen them in person though

and as a p true 34 would a 34x32 work?
Edited by bows1 - 6/21/16 at 1:26pm
post #1378 of 1460
Washed jeans look tacky and unnatural IMO. Best to get the raw unwashed ones and wear them out naturally.
post #1379 of 1460
The washed jeans are some of the best you can buy- particularly because the wash is very realistic and the distressing is done tastefully. The 04 cut runs a size small, Imo would recommend a size 36 if you are a true 34. I think my size 34 04's stretched out to around 42-43cm waist, 36 will be closer to a true 34 especially in the legs.
post #1380 of 1460
I'm still not a fan, but I did like some of the lt. Indigo distressing done on the moleskin pastoral pants and shorts.

Btw, what do you think of the new fbt prime fycus?
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