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post #706 of 727
Ian does phone orders right? Hopefully they will still have some of the EG shorts left when I get my paycheck in two days, hard to resist at 30% off.
post #707 of 727
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Originally Posted by drink8648 View Post
I just spoke with Angelo about the shirt shown. It is not an EG shirt. The shirt is made by a company in Italy called Barena www.barenavenezia.com. He was not sure about US stockist. He told me that the company had a rich history in clothing manufacturing and was known for their Cloaks.
Yeah, Barena's been around for awhile and they make classic European countryside clothing. Engineered Garments did have a similar shirt last season though, in a blue/white oxford stripe, but nothing this season.
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Originally Posted by Oxnard
Ian does phone orders right? Hopefully they will still have some of the EG shorts left when I get my paycheck in two days, hard to resist at 30% off.
Yes, as long as you're in the U.S. They've got tons of shorts, and I wouldn't worry about them flying off the racks as Seattle's weather is still fairly cold.
post #708 of 727
Anyone have a pair of the grey glen-plaid cinch pants? Opinions? They'd been on my hit list until the incotex madness. Now i'm trying to decide if the hejfina sale price makes it worth the buy.
post #709 of 727
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Anyone have a pair of the grey glen-plaid cinch pants? Opinions? They'd been on my hit list until the incotex madness. Now i'm trying to decide if the hejfina sale price makes it worth the buy.
I just picked up the blue/white pincord version yesterday, and, the fit's definitely better than in previous seasons, meaning, it's roomy enough for a guy with large thighs like me, but not baggy or too boxy. But again I picked up a 34 waist and I'm only 5'9". You could always get the legs tapered if it's too wide on you. You should get it if you really like the pattern and material and it works well with your wardrobe.
post #710 of 727
thanks for the advice. I'm really on the fence. I guess i'll have to check my cc balance when i get off work; that'll help the decision.
post #711 of 727
Does anybody own the fishing shirt jacket? How do you wear it? It seems pretty hard to wear... I saw it at a local store on sale in size S which is pretty rare. I would buy it but I'm just not sure how to wear it
post #712 of 727
Wear it like this:
post #713 of 727
Yea I saw those pictures and love the look, but most of them are with a western style shirt. It doesn't seem very versatile and I was wondering if anybody has combined it with other things with success.
post #714 of 727
hmm.... I don't see any western shirts; just a binocular and some button-downs. The last one looks like a polo or shawl collar type shirt.
post #715 of 727
whups yea I mean like workshirts
post #716 of 727
^its a short jacket, how complicated can it be?
post #717 of 727
anyone know where i can get some EG shirts on sale in size large? L/S or S/S, I need to pick up my brother some sort of birthday present soon, and i think EG would fit into his clothing well
post #718 of 727
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anyone know where i can get some EG shirts on sale in size large? L/S or S/S, I need to pick up my brother some sort of birthday present soon, and i think EG would fit into his clothing well
Ian has a nice assortment left on sale if you give them a call, ask for Butch. You might also want to call Gary or Odin (or have they moved everything to Den now)?
post #719 of 727
thanks
post #720 of 727
FYI--Den has a lot of EG at near closeout prices. One gray workshirt left in L for $69, all sorts of ties for $29, Beacon chinos for around $59 (only 30s left I think), some hoodies in various sizes, some fishing vests in L and XL (maybe they're in Odin though), and one-wash denim in a few sizes (34 for sure) for $69. And a Nepenthes Hawaiian shirt in S for $5! Also, one Robert Geller puffy vest for $79 (has a busted zipper). Sadly no phone orders, but if I get enough requests, I could do a run.
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