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post #271 of 877
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Originally Posted by Biggskip View Post

I'm 6'4" as well and I have two Bedfords and an Andover in XXL and the sleves on all three of them are long enough. I wear a 37" sleve on my dress shirts. I am broad enough, however, to warrant wearing size XXL, something I know many others who wear EG are not.

Got any fit pics? I have broad shoulders as well. XXL may be a good option
post #272 of 877
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Originally Posted by omgitswes View Post

Got any fit pics? I have broad shoulders as well. XXL may be a good option
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post #273 of 877
Did anyone figure out why they moved to sewn buttons instead of removable on the bedfords?
post #274 of 877
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Originally Posted by rusticchasm View Post

Did anyone figure out why they moved to sewn buttons instead of removable on the bedfords?

I'm hoping it's just a summer thing.
post #275 of 877
could be wrong but i thought those removable buttons were deadstock? meaning they probably ran out.
post #276 of 877
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

could be wrong but i thought those removable buttons were deadstock? meaning they probably ran out.

They might have been, but there are still companies producing 'Butcher Buttons'.
post #277 of 877
I actually prefer the sewn buttons.
post #278 of 877
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Originally Posted by sjmin209 View Post

I actually prefer the sewn buttons.

Heathen fight[1].gif

I'm guessing your sewing skills are better than mine shog[1].gif
post #279 of 877
Nahh. I just don't like the metal loop that's visible on the back of the top button.
post #280 of 877
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Originally Posted by sjmin209 View Post

Nahh. I just don't like the metal loop that's visible on the back of the top button.

i love that, lol

post #281 of 877
We received our first delivery with a bit more than originally expected. I'm working to photograph everything ASAP for the web, but had to take a second to share this one with you guys.



I dont think this is the first time they've done a blackwatch Bedford, but it's the first time we've had it. Pretty excellent spring option, and its going to look great under the outerwear we've got waiting to be shot.
post #282 of 877
Portland Dry, can you post measurements for the size Large of that Bedford?
post #283 of 877
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Originally Posted by Portland Dry Goods View Post

We received our first delivery with a bit more than originally expected. I'm working to photograph everything ASAP for the web, but had to take a second to share this one with you guys.



I dont think this is the first time they've done a blackwatch Bedford, but it's the first time we've had it. Pretty excellent spring option, and its going to look great under the outerwear we've got waiting to be shot.


@An Acute Style ^^^

post #284 of 877
@Losrockets

Nice jacket. I actually stopped in Portland Dry Goods when I was in the city a few years ago. Great offerings. I'm glad to see they're still doing well.
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