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post #1831 of 2330

Calculus has them in S, and sizing down usually isn't a problem: http://calculusvictoria.ca/product/memphis-pod-shorts/

 

They have a really great discount code that I think is still working, if you're interested I can PM it to you.

post #1832 of 2330
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Originally Posted by Espresto View Post

Calculus has them in S, and sizing down usually isn't a problem: http://calculusvictoria.ca/product/memphis-pod-shorts/

They have a really great discount code that I think is still working, if you're interested I can PM it to you.

or you know, message me and I can also PM it to you ;p
post #1833 of 2330

I'm not sure if sizing down would work, I know Calculus had a M but they sold out. I'm usually a 33/34/L and these are Memphis pods in M, they are still loose in the waist but the rest is already pretty slim.

 

post #1834 of 2330
yeah wouldn't recommend an S if you're a 33/34, at least not this season.

BUT, the aircuts are also awesome. wink.gif
post #1835 of 2330

Whoops! I forgot that someone from Calculus posts here regularly. I guess M is already technically a size down for you. Hope you find what you're looking for!

post #1836 of 2330
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Originally Posted by eqqy View Post
 

 

Especially when the shoulders scale by 1/2" and the chest by 2" each size you go up. I'm not sure 1/2" is going to make all that much difference in the shoulders.

 

I just looked on ssense at their black cyclops and stooges jackets that are on sale; the difference between shoulders on 50 and 52 on the former was .25 inches (up to a whopping 17.25"), and on the latter it was ... zero inches, also maxing out at 17". Whereas the 52 mollino is 18" and the 52 *grey* stooges is 17.78". Is he fucking with us?

post #1837 of 2330
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Originally Posted by oulipien View Post

I just looked on ssense at their black cyclops and stooges jackets that are on sale; the difference between shoulders on 50 and 52 on the former was .25 inches (up to a whopping 17.25"), and on the latter it was ... zero inches, also maxing out at 17". Whereas the 52 mollino is 18" and the 52 *grey* stooges is 17.78". Is he fucking with us?

i'd be wary of trusting any of those measurements, simply due to how much volume of inventory they deal with the probability of human error is insanely high.
post #1838 of 2330
Yeah, ssense measurements can be pretty sketchy sometimes. I'm sure it was a glitch, but there was a women's Ann D top where they listed the shoulders as being 0cm, and the size 40 as smaller than the size 36 haha.
post #1839 of 2330

Yeah, makes sense.

 

I've noticed that the shoulders seem narrow even on the models, often, which makes me wonder if they might not work out (though it's not like the models have to actually move a lot to be photographed). Too bad there doesn't seem to be anyone stocking Rick leather stuff in San Francisco (kind of surprisingly).

post #1840 of 2330

Hey everyone, I could really use some help. I'm fairly certain that I've been sold a counterfeit intarsia. Could anyone authenticate the jacket for me, or point me towards someone who could? I would be eternally grateful.

 

I've compiled an album comparing what I received to an authentic intarsia: http://imgur.com/a/EydCx

post #1841 of 2330

https://www.therealreal.com/products/men/mens-outerwear/jackets/rick-owens-aged-leather-jacket

 

Rick Collared Moto, size M, $612 shipped.

 

Anybody know which season this is from?

post #1842 of 2330
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Originally Posted by myfavcolorisblk View Post

Hey everyone, I could really use some help. I'm fairly certain that I've been sold a counterfeit intarsia. Could anyone authenticate the jacket for me, or point me towards someone who could? I would be eternally grateful.

I've compiled an album comparing what I received to an authentic intarsia: http://imgur.com/a/EydCx

That seems odd. I know the square placket has shown up on older season ones but I would still be wary. If no one here can help, I'd post in one of the Rick b/s/t groups on Facebook.
post #1843 of 2330
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Originally Posted by gustavobradley View Post

Yeah, ssense measurements can be pretty sketchy sometimes. I'm sure it was a glitch, but there was a women's Ann D top where they listed the shoulders as being 0cm, and the size 40 as smaller than the size 36 haha.

It's true. I've ordered things where the measurements don't live up to what they actually are.
post #1844 of 2330
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Originally Posted by cloonz View Post

@Gustave

I have one of the older blistered leather bombers - mine is same as the one on Mr Porter. The body is long enough to reach my wrist and sleeves are super long. I haven't seen any that are like the jumbo long bombers though.


@cloonz

That one on Mr.Porter and the older ones look better to me. The blistered leather bomber in recent seasons are all raglan shoulders/sleeves...

Did you go size up with your one? or the older one are fit true to size?  

post #1845 of 2330
I took my size, there's one up on yoox - fits pretty similar to mine.

http://www.yoox.com/us/41613880TG/item#dept=men&sts=sr_men80&cod10=41613880TG&sizeId=2
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