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post #16 of 211
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Originally Posted by Mauro View Post
I have some 38's and 40's left if you check my web sight.

Before I forget, I kopped my peacoat and bomber from Mauro. Thanks, Homey!
post #17 of 211
So let's solve the mystery. Is this black or olive? My bet is on black. Pictures are with flash.
post #18 of 211
I say black.
post #19 of 211
Black.
post #20 of 211
I want the olive one too.
post #21 of 211
Yeahhh if anyone has the olive and wants to trade, thats the one I want!
post #22 of 211
Here's some of the peacoat:



The spikes are awesome!


post #23 of 211
Adam, that is black. The olive is unmistakeably olive, and you can tell that it is olive at first glance, especially in contrast to the black trim.
post #24 of 211
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Originally Posted by adamha21 View Post
IMO I think Krane outerwear is the highest quality outerwear you can get at its price point. It beats NDG and W+H by a long shot.

To be fair, W+H is several hundred dollars cheaper. However, at $750-$900, I'd say that Krane is better than Geller, NdG, Rag&Bone, and Duckie Brown. Fit is more subjective, but my Krane also fits me better than most of my other winter outerwear as well.
post #25 of 211
Wow, the insides of those are nice. I didn't know that the peacoat interior was quilted.
post #26 of 211
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post
To be fair, W+H is several hundred dollars cheaper. However, at $750-$900, I'd say that Krane is better than Geller, NdG, Rag&Bone, and Duckie Brown. Fit is more subjective, but my Krane also fits me better than most of my other winter outerwear as well.

That's true--but W+H and NDG are the only two I have first hand experience with. Fok, are you a 38 or a 40 in Krane?
post #27 of 211
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Originally Posted by adamha21 View Post
That's true--but W+H and NDG are the only two I have first hand experience with. Fok, are you a 38 or a 40 in Krane?

I am a 38 in this year's Krane stuff. I have a size 40 Emory from last year, but the fits have changed considerably. This year, he went with a much more tailored look, especially in the Emory, which was a much more classic bomber fit last year.
post #28 of 211
Two fit pics of Krane outerwear. Elliot Anorak and Emory Hooded Bomber. More people should buy into this brand.
post #29 of 211
^ jacket looks good adam, thinking about getting that 38 online.
post #30 of 211
that emory bomber is FIRE
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