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post #16 of 162
I'd be up for getting one of these if you'd do a 14". Well, I can dream I guess.
post #17 of 162
BAD ASS,
I will be in for a 16.5, thanks for making sizes that big!
post #18 of 162
Make a 14.5 with a 16.5" shoulder. Thanks
post #19 of 162
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Originally Posted by Kent Wang View Post
Those of you with 14.5, how big is your chest and waist? The 15 is sized for a 36-37 chest, 30-31 waist. You're actually smaller than this?

Shockingly, I'm "actually" slightly smaller.

I have a 36" chest and a 29/30" waist.
post #20 of 162
Is there anyway to make the shirts longer? I would fit a 15-15.5 fine, but I wouldn't be able to tuck the shirt in. I need about 33 inches in length to have a shirt stay tucked in comfortably.
post #21 of 162
Request for 14.5 And yes I'm smaller: 34/35 chest 28/29 waist
post #22 of 162
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by arnach View Post
Is there anyway to make the shirts longer? I would fit a 15-15.5 fine, but I wouldn't be able to tuck the shirt in. I need about 33 inches in length to have a shirt stay tucked in comfortably.
The length measurement is for the front of the shirt. The back length is 2 inches longer, on each of the sizes. How tall are you?
post #23 of 162
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kent Wang View Post
The length measurement is for the front of the shirt. The back length is 2 inches longer, on each of the sizes.

How tall are you?

6'2"
post #24 of 162
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kent Wang View Post
Those of you with 14.5, how big is your chest and waist? The 15 is sized for a 36-37 chest, 30-31 waist. You're actually smaller than this?
5"9 34 in. chest 28 in. waist I'd probably classify myself as a "lean" 34. EDIT: Also depends. At the thickest point in my chest I actually measure 35 and the thinnest point in my stomache (about an inch above my belly button) I measure 27.
post #25 of 162
Really be interested in a smaller size. I'm 6ft 155lbs. Not sure of my exact chest measurement but i take a small in BoO which is already pretty slim for a small. Would love a fit like that in the body/arms but with a bit more length, especially with this nice fabric.
post #26 of 162
Quote:
Those of you with 14.5, how big is your chest and waist? The 15 is sized for a 36-37 chest, 30-31 waist. You're actually smaller than this?
No, the chest/waist measurements are cool as is. The issue for me is neck size. It's hard to find a shirt with a collar smaller than 15. By and large, they simply aren't manufactured. Even the MTM route can be a dicey on this one. I'm in Boston...outside of 1 or 2 choices on a good day at H&M or Zara's, what you're likely to find is an occasional dept. store Geoffrey Beane or a tent from Men's Warehouse. 14.5 is just very difficult to find, anywhere.
post #27 of 162
Another request for 14.5. I'm a 35ish chest and 28/29 waist. Would love to have a good fitting, high quality white shirt
post #28 of 162
Email sent for 16.5. I'm a little concerned that the arms will be somewhat tight and I'd like to see an extra inch in length, but who can complain for a shirt like that at this price?
post #29 of 162
Yet another request for 14.5 neck. I'm 36 to 38 chest (closer to 38).
post #30 of 162
I think these would also look nice with a higher collar.
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