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post #646 of 1015
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Honestly can't see a problem with this, looks fine to me.
post #647 of 1015
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Originally Posted by habitant View Post

Those knit jackets are terrible. Arms, body are too short. The chest and waist are oversized. They even look shitty styled on nepenthes right now.

i will say, though, that the measurements are on the larger side in the chest 

post #648 of 1015
I tried the knit blazer last year and bought it in the blue fair isle pattern. It ran snug and short -- more of a sweater blazer. I ultimately exchanged it for the same pattern in the shawl collar sweater, which I thought was a better and more flattering fit.
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Originally Posted by HAL 9000 View Post
 

Which jacket is this called from the FW14 collection? I tried doing a search over the net and forums and didn't find much. Thanks in advance guys.

 

One popped up on ebay http://www.ebay.com/itm/Engineered-Garments-Jacket-/321885784617?hash=item4af1e34a29:g:ctAAAOSwT6pVuh2q

Cheers

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Thanks for all the reply guys! And yeah it looks much better in the look book than it actually does.
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Type 6 Jeans / B1P / Fatigues / Cinch Pant

 

Which has the longest rise? Or am I to believe they are all the same according to TBB?

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I have B1Ps, fatigues and cinch pants all from different years/seasons - no type 6 jeans - and the B1Ps certainly have the "highest" rise. and they're the most lose fitting, overall, of the three, but, again, different seasons/years. hope this offers a little insight.


Edited by blue peter - 10/29/15 at 10:58am
post #653 of 1015
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Originally Posted by m4gdelen4 View Post
 

Type 6 Jeans / B1P / Fatigues / Cinch Pant

 

Which has the longest rise? Or am I to believe they are all the same according to TBB?

 

I would cross check the Nepenthes official site (nepenthes.co.jp). Their measurements appear to be more accurate than those displayed by the TBB.

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Awesome. Thanks for the quick advice!

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Originally Posted by m4gdelen4 View Post

Type 6 Jeans / B1P / Fatigues / Cinch Pant

Which has the longest rise? Or am I to believe they are all the same according to TBB?

TBB measurements are accurate. I had type 6 jeans in a summer weight denim and also have a few fatigues. The jeans have a ridiculous rise for a pair of jeans -11.75" on a size 32 ! The fatigues are 11.5" which isn't much different but they are slimmer in the top block which gives them a more flattering fit than the jeans. Not sure why Daiki decided to give the jeans such a high rise + roomy top block as it just gives excess creasing and awkward fit at least on me. Anyone else tried the jeans and had the same experience ?

Edit : Found a couple of pics of how the type 6 they fit. Dad jeans anyone ?


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post #656 of 1015

based on their instagram account, it looks like Federal in DC finally received their delivery - not on the website, yet, though. looking forward to finally seeing some more of the collection in person!

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based on their instagram account, it looks like Federal in DC finally received their delivery - not on the website, yet, though. looking forward to finally seeing some more of the collection in person!

Is federal worth a stop? I'm swinging through town next saturday through monday night and always looking for new shops. (Meaning, how interesting have their buys been in the past?)
post #658 of 1015

for dc menswear it's the best imo. the fact that they carry EG would be enough reason for me to stop in if i was from out of town (and not from somewhere that had an EG account). they also have a very small selection of visvim gear. aside from those two, most everything else is pretty standard fare. some filson, levis, red wing and alden shoes, moscot frames, tsovet watches, etc.

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@blue peter You are right about the top block being quite awkward. I have a pair of Type 6 cords from FW14 and the fit is pretty much the same. I'm thinking about picking up a pair of fatigues now... thanks for your advice!

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