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Originally Posted by spacepope View Post

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This one.

As far as I know it does not double as a bag.

Looks similar to the ones i've had but a little newer judging by the tag.
post #35222 of 38474
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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post


It's possible I'm imagining things, but it may also exist in black. I don't really know.

Nod that. I've heard Olive, but never seen it. I was pretty skeptical at first but the quality is ridiculous and it's actually pretty awesome irl. I'm not a big hoodie person at all but this is definitely one of my favorites.
post #35223 of 38474
tanner goods?



and will be doing some traveling soon, want a smaller camera to take along and leave the dslr at home

fuji x100s ( i am intrigued by the fixed lens, been shooting with the 30mm prime with the dslr recently)


or the more well rounded sony rx 100 ii


(i realize these are two different cameras, but sure i would love either)
post #35224 of 38474
Definitely get the RX 100 II for a travel camera. I own an x100 and use my wife's RX 100, and while I love the x100 despite some odd usability quirks (that apparently they fixed with the x100s revision), it's not versatile enough for me to take on vacation. I've missed shots where a wider angle or a bit of zoom would have helped.

The RX 100 is definitely easier to carry, and the quality, speed, and performance is more than acceptable for high quality vacation snaps. Unless you're going on vacation with the express intent to photograph (in which case you'd probably just take the SLR), the RX 100 is probably a better choice. It's also a nice complement to an SLR, while the x100 will probably compete a bit more with that 30mm prime.

Here's a couple vacation snaps taken on an RX 100 that simply wouldn't have been possible via the x100, wide angle and full zoom respectively:

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post #35225 of 38474
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Originally Posted by Bortelli View Post

Nice. But not 2000 dollar nice. If uniqlo made a similar one Id get that instead.

So it is nice but $50 dollars nice?
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or



or neither

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post #35227 of 38474
Camel:


-or-

Taupe:


Taupe would be more versatile, but I've always wanted a Camel coloured overcoat...
post #35228 of 38474
Camel looks great - bit more elegant
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How about this jacket?

 

I'am tall (6'2ft) and skynny, any ideea on how it would look on me?

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That sole though...probably wont.

post #35231 of 38474
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Originally Posted by TWorksheets View Post


Taupe would be more versatile, but I've always wanted a Camel coloured overcoat...


I have a camel coat and I never wear it, love the color etc but it's pretty limiting unless your wardrobe already mostly consists of beiges/greys/browns etc.

Casentino wool is very nice either way.
post #35232 of 38474
I ordered the camel LBM SB--thought about the DB but figured I'd wear it open a lot.

I like the Our Legacy version from last year



With a lot of blue and gray in my closet I figured camel would be a good contrast
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Yep, camel looks great w/ navy + grey.

 

I have a camel overcoat I wear w/ more formal stuff underneath.

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camel + white + black
post #35235 of 38474
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Originally Posted by shoreman1782 View Post

I ordered the camel LBM SB--thought about the DB but figured I'd wear it open a lot.

I like the Our Legacy version from last year
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With a lot of blue and gray in my closet I figured camel would be a good contrast

Yeah actually ever since I missed out on that OL coat I've been on the hunt for something with a similar shaggy texture. If anyone has one in a Small/Medium that they'd like to flip hit me up smile.gif

A quick look at LBM look book shots make it seem like their stuff fits rather slim. Anyone have experience with fit/sizing? Could I size up for a slouchier look? The shoulders seem soft enough that it might be okay.
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