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post #241 of 324


I know its not current season but do you guys think the EG Primloft vest is too small?

Thanks
post #242 of 324
If you don't intend on wearing it over anything but a shirt, that is a not terrible size

Doesn't look like you'd be able to wear that over anything except a shirt if you needed to, though
post #243 of 324

I like it--looks like an ideal fit. 

post #244 of 324
Thanks for the input. No i would only be wearing a shirt. I was just afraid the shoulders might be a little too narrow
post #245 of 324


Field Parka arrived yesterday.
post #246 of 324
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Grintricha View Post

I'm looking for the brown jersey blazer which I saw in their look book. Lots of places have the charcoal but I've failed to find the brown. Any help greatly appreciated.
Richard

If you are referring to the Knit Blazer, we have it and do ship Internationally.
Edited by Drinkwaters - 9/28/16 at 12:47pm
post #247 of 324
Just received the Bedford in charcoal serge, and it is a great fabric. So glad I chose this over the navy uniform serge. Much prefer a slightly sturdier fabric than pure wool.
post #248 of 324

I'm currently weighing up the navy serge Baker vs charcoal - what's the difference in the material?

post #249 of 324
The navy uniform serge is, I believe, 100% wool.

The charcoal serge is 46% wool / 38% cotton / 8% poly / 8% acrylic. The material feels more robust and hard-wearing. It's a really nice fabric.
post #250 of 324

Thanks for the response - you are right, the Kafka website lists it as 100% wool but there is a picture of the label where you can just about make out that it is a mix. Would never have spotted that otherwise!

post #251 of 324

Has anyone tried the green double cloth parka this year and is it as huge as the years before? The models seem to be going TTS though.

post #252 of 324
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Originally Posted by JRS1979 View Post

The navy uniform serge is, I believe, 100% wool.

The charcoal serge is 46% wool / 38% cotton / 8% poly / 8% acrylic. The material feels more robust and hard-wearing. It's a really nice fabric.

We've got both - the Uniform serge almost feels like a classic blue blazer wool, wheras the charcoal is definitely crunchier and has more texture.

I'd say if you want something bulky but you like the navy, keep the navy melton in mind as well. they seem to make it every year but this is the first time we've picked it up - really nice, simple jacket.

charcoal serge is probably the most interesting out of the three, but I've got a soft spot for the navy melton.
post #253 of 324
Really disappointed that Barney's is not carrying EG (or Needles) this season.
post #254 of 324
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Originally Posted by GeorgeC View Post
 

Has anyone tried the green double cloth parka this year and is it as huge as the years before? The models seem to be going TTS though.

 

I haven't tried this years but it looks oversized just like prior years. That's the intended fit. My only experience is with the SS version though.

post #255 of 324
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Originally Posted by GeorgeC View Post
 

Has anyone tried the green double cloth parka this year and is it as huge as the years before? The models seem to be going TTS though.

 

Yep, same as FW15, very large. 

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