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post #901 of 1015
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Originally Posted by rusticchasm View Post

why does the USN pant have button holes at the cuff?

For a drawstring?
post #902 of 1015
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Originally Posted by ManofKent View Post


For a drawstring?

makes sense

now do i hem and try to keep the holes even though i'll never put a drawstring in it?

post #903 of 1015
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by ManofKent View Post

For a drawstring?

Yes @ManofKent a drawstring. Historically, the uniform in a military sense, Fatigues, USN pant etc. had a draw string bottom to cinch the trouser bottom around the top section of a military commando boot.
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Originally Posted by Drinkwaters View Post


Yes @ManofKent a drawstring. Historically, the uniform in a military sense, Fatigues, USN pant etc. had a draw string bottom to cinch the trouser bottom around the top section of a military commando boot.

any thoughts of how to hem them and keep the drawstring holes? love the detail

post #905 of 1015
Make new ones after you hem
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while we're on the subject...here's a detail question I have about the fw15 long shirt - on the back of the collar there is a button hole...no button, just the hole...anyone care to wager what this detail is all about?

post #907 of 1015
Careful with the long shirts this season they fit like maternity clothes
post #908 of 1015
Looking for AW15

Banded Collar Shirt in White 100s 2ply Broadcloth size SMALL

Missed it somehow and the new SS16 version sadly has pockets on both sides.

if you have a hint please let me know!
post #909 of 1015
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by blue peter View Post

while we're on the subject...here's a detail question I have about the fw15 long shirt - on the back of the collar there is a button hole...no button, just the hole...anyone care to wager what this detail is all about?

That button hole would have one point of attachment for a removable collar.
post #910 of 1015
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Originally Posted by zalb916 View Post

I own the tweed. It is quite thick and warm. It's not completely ridiculous to wear it like that, but it's not really the best idea. It feels a little more outerwear than sport coat.

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Originally Posted by yesssir View Post

Thanks! There's no way I can choose a favorite. I try to rotate them daily so they all get worn a lot. As mentioned above the tweed is quite thick. It's even thicker than the brown/green herringbone. I've worn them all indoors except the tweed and was comfortable with just an ocbd underneath. I've also worn them with temps as low as the 30's with just an ocbd underneath and a CDW vest on top.

Has anyone seen the navy field parka available in a size medium? I still see the grey one at a few retailers but afraid the color will be too light in person and will get dirty fast.

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Originally Posted by lifeinabox View Post

I wear the Tweed over only a shirt.  It's great in a warm and comfy kind of way like an old baggy sweater.  I've also worn it as an overcoat over a blazer but it's also not quite long/big enough to work effectively.

Appreciate the feedback guys. I took the leap and ordered the tweed. Hopefully, I will like it!
Also, just want to say but the styleforum Engineered Garments community is pretty damn awesome! People here are friendly and helpful compared to other forums.
THANKS
post #911 of 1015
Good evening gents.looking for a little sizing help on this winters baker jackets.im an xl in this winters moleskin and cavalry twill Bedford jackets,will I also be an xl in the bakers jackets or do they size a bit neater? Any help very much appreciated!
post #912 of 1015
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Originally Posted by Court View Post

Good evening gents.looking for a little sizing help on this winters baker jackets.im an xl in this winters moleskin and cavalry twill Bedford jackets,will I also be an xl in the bakers jackets or do they size a bit neater? Any help very much appreciated!

Have you seen the baker in stock at the bureau belfast? I have the baker in L and the sizing is spot on for me from their measurements

https://www.thebureaubelfast.com/shop/4212/grey-13oz-wool-flannel-baker-jacket
post #913 of 1015
Thanks for that,already took the plunge in the xl from the bureau.will see how the fit is when it arrives!
Decent price on it as well.their summer stock can't be too far from dropping after today's sale prices were discounted further
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Anyone grab a pair of Riding pants from this season? Haven't seen many stockists carry these besides Haven. Any idea on where I can grab a pair in size 34? 

 

post #915 of 1015
There's a pair on grailed in 36
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