For Trade: The Possibly Official Engineered Garments Trading Thread - Page 44
anyone want a khaki cotton ss bedford? tagged ss but fits larger than current season bedfords. unsure what season, got it from rakuten. can get pictures/measurements if there's interest. some small stains here and there. would let it go cheap ($100?) as I don't ever wear it.
@mike868y I might be interested could you post or PM measurement & pics?
pockets are half lined with canvas; canvas cotton waistband lining. Tagged 32, will fit 32-33 waist. Measurements: W 42.5/43 cm16.5-17"; hem 22 cm/8.5"; inseam 75 cm/30" (long rise, so fits 30-33" inseam; I wear a 32 inseam)
These fit like older EG fatigues: more on the loose side -- but the waist is tailored and the fabric drapes incredibly well, so they don't look sloppy at all. The color is a rich green/brown, and I wore them with OCBDs and casual boots and it was a great look. I paid $75 for them because they were clearly a sample. I don't believe they went into production, and I have never seen this fabric used for any other EG clothes.
I'd like to trade (even up or partial) for a medium EG shirt, either a workshirt, a 19th C. BD, a classic shirt (camp collar) or a popover, in good shape, any season. Shipping to Paris from US should be around $20-30. Also, if you have a M vest in good shape I might be interested.
Also ... have a FW11 CPO shirt in gray wool herringbone, 2 chest and one sleeve pocket, also in perfect shape, in L that I would trade for similar gray or brown wool CPO in M.
Edited by Peter1 - 1/17/16 at 5:17am
Ok, longshot request but looking for the following felt hat in a size large. PM me and we can work out a deal or trade!
Size M/32, Pants, shirts, jacket.
I'm based in Sweden, but can ship anywhere.
Stuff i rarely wear/haven’t used.
Better they go to someone who will!
Charles Pant - Heather Grey Cotton Oxford, Sz.32, asking $120 SOLD
Workaday Oxford Black, Sz.M, asking $60 SOLD
USN Pant - Black Heavy twill, (FW13?) Sz.32, asking $100 SOLD
Mainline 19th Century BD shirt, blue chambray, (FW12/13?) Sz.M, asking $75 SOLD
Irving Jacket, Brown Corduroy. FW10, Sz.M, asking $175 $125 $115 SOLD
USN Pant - Dark Navy Cotton Pique SS13, Sz.32, asking $100 $80 $70
Good condition 8/10
Waist: 34 (unbuttoned side cinches, goes down to 32..)
Feel free to PM any questions![/quote]
Edited by atlr - 3/18/16 at 12:51am
gonna update this when i get home, but;
engineered garments miner shirt in a super nice grey/navy brushed flannel in xl (fits long, definitely has a 'long shirt vibe' just too heavy for here) - size xl - $90 shipped
engineered garments binoc shirt in oversized plaid from fw08. super heavy duty, in great condition. keep it weird with this shirt. size xl. - $80 shipped
post overalls mattalini jacket in a nice salt/pepper quilted tweed. two tiny snags on the front (adds to the character i think) permaloft liner - size xl -$160 shipped
overdyed indigo EG railroader in size xl. super nice fabric that will fade with wear/wash. corduroy lined pockets/collar. nice construction and a lot of red bar tracks. $150 shipped
i'll add more later. paypal gift (or add 4%) just PM me and we'll get it going.
Suit in L http://page23.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/o123921830
what's up, gang - if you have a second I'd appreciate getting your sanity check on a small snafu regarding a pair of EG trousers. Here's the situation:
over the weekend I was wearing my pair of f/w '13 flannel cinch pants (the cashmere/wool blend). Out to dinner, got up from the bench seating to hit the head and the trousers ripped a giant hole in the back right crotch/rear-end area. When I got home, I noticed that the same spot on the left is wearing dangerously thin and looks ready to rip any day. The thing is, these trousers are in excellent condition, worn minimally and exhibit no signs of heavy wear...no piling of the wool in heavy-wear points, no signs of stress anywhere - they look, essentially, brand new. Also, while these fit slimmer than the past couple of season's they are not at all tight - I'm struggling to figure out how it is a well made pair of pants like this can simply give out way before their time. So, my question to the group is - do you think it appropriate to contact NNY and request a repair or some kind of replacement/credit towards a new pair scenario? I'm not at all one to complain to retail about some shit I brought on myself like a dropped ice-cream cone, or catching a shirt on a nail, etc. but I can't help but feel like this is a construction/material quality issue and for a $300+ pair of trousers, I expect to get my money's worth. I've NEVER had a complaint over EG quality and was EG not know for it's quality materials/construction I wouldn't bother inquiring, but in this situation, I can't help but feel disappointed and wanting some kind of recompense - am I way off base here? Sanity check, please!