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post #196 of 877

I find Context styles EG on the smaller/slimmer side.

post #197 of 877
Anyone seen the olive pima cotton loiter or workshirt anywhere yet? Also I am guessing at this point there is no hope for shirting in the dolphin print?
post #198 of 877

I've talked to Charlie over at Notre, and this is what Notre has in store that you can order over the phone, and it should be online for viewing soon:

 

 
- Baker Jacket in Khaki Twill
- Bask Shirt in Dark Navy
- Bask Shirt in Grey & White Stripes
- BDU Pant in Beige Broadcloth
- BDU Pant in Olive Broadcloth
- BDU Jacket in Olive Broadcloth
- Chester Coat in Navy Tropical Wool
- Fatigue Pant in Indigo Cotton
post #199 of 877
Chester coat in navy tropical wool is really nice ^.
post #200 of 877
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Originally Posted by tjonesd2 View Post

 Also I am guessing at this point there is no hope for shirting in the dolphin print?

 

There where no shirt options in the dolphin print. Only jackets, shorts and accessories. 

post #201 of 877
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Originally Posted by Drinkwaters View Post


You might be out of luck with pants. Their scale goes like this XS=28, S=30, M=32, L=34, XL=36. In my experience with EG, I have never seen an XXL in pants. For XXl in jackets, sometimes Bureau Belfast has some.

I have 2 pairs of EG pants now - SS14 olive ripstop fatigues and FW14 grey Hawaiian print Lafayette pants - both labeled Xl and both fit amd measure 39-41" at the waist.

 

I guess I'm looking for XL tagged pants that run large.

post #202 of 877
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Originally Posted by stevenkmason View Post

I have 2 pairs of EG pants now - SS14 olive ripstop fatigues and FW14 grey Hawaiian print Lafayette pants - both labeled Xl and both fit amd measure 39-41" at the waist.

I guess I'm looking for XL tagged pants that run large.

The Bureau Belfast sometimes has 38w in main line. Some of those tagged 36" are nearer 37". The Workaday XL's tend to measure 38" (although not the cords).
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https://www.thebureaubelfast.com/brand/engineered-garments

Part of Bureau's SS16 delivery is now up.
post #205 of 877
Sizing on the loiters is all over the place
Bureau says medium p2p is 20.5
Mohawk says 23 and Japanese sites say 22.5
Does anyone know the measurements accurately
Is the fit close to the Bedford ?
post #206 of 877
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Originally Posted by fuzzyduck View Post

Sizing on the loiters is all over the place
Bureau says medium p2p is 20.5
Mohawk says 23 and Japanese sites say 22.5
Does anyone know the measurements accurately
Is the fit close to the Bedford ?

I don't have a lot of experience with TBB, but the little experience I do has been that their measurements were accurate. They're pretty responsive too, though, to e-mails. You could always e-mail and ask them if they'd confirm the p2p measurement for you.

post #207 of 877
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Originally Posted by fuzzyduck View Post

Sizing on the loiters is all over the place
Bureau says medium p2p is 20.5
Mohawk says 23 and Japanese sites say 22.5
Does anyone know the measurements accurately
Is the fit close to the Bedford ?

Interested too! 20.5 would put it closer to Baker
post #208 of 877
Thanks guys
Indigo cotton says medium is 22.5 so bureau seem way off everyone else
Will email and ask
post #209 of 877
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Originally Posted by fuzzyduck View Post

Sizing on the loiters is all over the place
Bureau says medium p2p is 20.5
Mohawk says 23 and Japanese sites say 22.5
Does anyone know the measurements accurately
Is the fit close to the Bedford ?

 

Both Nepenthes JP and Kinknagoya list the width of the medium at 58.5 cm. I trust Nepenthes since they put it out and Kinknagoya has always had accurate measurements in the past.

post #210 of 877
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Originally Posted by fuzzyduck View Post

Thanks guys
Indigo cotton says medium is 22.5 so bureau seem way off everyone else
Will email and ask

I find the Bureau's to fit ...chest generally okay, but actual measurements are frequently off.
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