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post #31 of 60
Are there any stockists in Europe at this time? Or plans to distribute in Europe in the future?
post #32 of 60
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by davidazio View Post

Are there any stockists in Europe at this time? Or plans to distribute in Europe in the future?

Only Asia and North America at the moment, though many of our stockists there will ship to Europe. 

post #33 of 60
Understood, thank you.
post #34 of 60
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Originally Posted by Ring Jacket USA View Post

Hi Cyan - All models currently sold in North America (Mod. 253/254, Mod. 184 and Mod. 256) are all fully canvassed. We do offer one model which is completely unconstructed, but it is not yet sold in the region. Hope that helps.

Thanks. So which model is completely unconstructed and is it the only model that is not fully canvassed?
post #35 of 60
Hello Gentlemen,
I hope it is ok to post this here. If not please PM me an I delete the post.

I am selling an unworn Ring jacket Harrington in size 48. Purchased from the Armoury.
I am open to offers.
http://www.styleforum.net/t/515612/ring-jacket-japan-harrington-size-48#post_8262058
post #36 of 60
Thread Starter 
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Thanks. So which model is completely unconstructed and is it the only model that is not fully canvassed?

Mod. 248, and it is the only one.

post #37 of 60
Samuel Parker just sent out a flier announcing they are now carrying Ring Jacket here in the Baltimore area.
post #38 of 60
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Originally Posted by 41L35W View Post

Samuel Parker just sent out a flier announcing they are now carrying Ring Jacket here in the Baltimore area.

Hi 41L35W. That's right, and they already have their spring/summer 2016 goods. 

post #39 of 60
Looking forward to Ken showing off the goods! I have stopped by the Armory several times to admire their stunning collection.
post #40 of 60
Requested measurements from The Armoury and they provided these measurements for a 44:
shoulder width 45.2
chest 106.3
waist 90.2
body length 72
sleeve length 59.5

I know they widened the shoulders purposely but would this cause a weird fit if they are extending past the shoulder? Just wondering since none of my other suits/jackets are this wide in the shoulder.
Thanks for any advice!
post #41 of 60
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by jtorres94 View Post

Requested measurements from The Armoury and they provided these measurements for a 44:
shoulder width 45.2
chest 106.3
waist 90.2
body length 72
sleeve length 59.5

I know they widened the shoulders purposely but would this cause a weird fit if they are extending past the shoulder? Just wondering since none of my other suits/jackets are this wide in the shoulder.
Thanks for any advice!

 

It sounds like these are the measurements for The Armoury's exclusive model AMJ-03. You're right - it is a slightly extended shoulder. The model fits quite nicely and the overall effect is a masculine v-shape.

post #42 of 60
Quote:
Originally Posted by jtorres94 View Post

Requested measurements from The Armoury and they provided these measurements for a 44:
shoulder width 45.2
chest 106.3
waist 90.2
body length 72
sleeve length 59.5

I know they widened the shoulders purposely but would this cause a weird fit if they are extending past the shoulder? Just wondering since none of my other suits/jackets are this wide in the shoulder.
Thanks for any advice!

Thought this might be helpful, as I've just tried out the AMJ03, and if memory serves you and I wear similar jackets (46 NMWA Eidos / 44 Formosa for us both?)... I saw those measurements awhile back and thought they looked very strange. I finally decided to try out the AMJ03 in a 44, but I was sort of expecting an odd fit. However, the fit was really very good, and I found the cut to be very pleasing. The 44 was slightly shorter than my ideal, but otherwise a great fit. So, might be worth checking out.
post #43 of 60
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Originally Posted by tee84 View Post

Thought this might be helpful, as I've just tried out the AMJ03, and if memory serves you and I wear similar jackets (46 NMWA Eidos / 44 Formosa for us both?)... I saw those measurements awhile back and thought they looked very strange. I finally decided to try out the AMJ03 in a 44, but I was sort of expecting an odd fit. However, the fit was really very good, and I found the cut to be very pleasing. The 44 was slightly shorter than my ideal, but otherwise a great fit. So, might be worth checking out.
Very helpful! Thanks for both the replies!
post #44 of 60
Thread Starter 

Just wanted to let everyone know that we'll be in store at Samuel Parker in Baltimore this Thursday April 21st. If anyone is in the area, please come by to say hello and check out their Ring Jacket SS16 garments.

 

Here are a few examples of the jackets they have from us:

 

Navy 'Baloon' Wool                                                                        Blue 'Balloon' Wool

     

 

Blue wool/silk/linen from V.B.C.

 


Edited by Ring Jacket USA - 4/20/16 at 9:04am
post #45 of 60

Is it possible to get the bottom measurement on style 184 size 38/48 and 40/50? Specifically the waist, thigh, front rise, and back rise?

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