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post #271 of 294
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^^ very nice!

we'll see you guys next spring when we're back over the pond
post #272 of 294
Anyone have experience with the rain coat? Looking for something that will hold up well in the rain.
post #273 of 294
Hi,
our raincoat is really a showerproof coat rather than heavy rainwear. Made well and great early 60's look but not something for continuous heavy rain, sorry.
You should get one anyway in my personal opinion. A lot are out of stock at the mo but new delivery very soon.
post #274 of 294

Not sure if this has been asked but I was looking at the Two Tone gold tonic suit or the Black tonic suit how do they fit?

post #275 of 294
Just got the raglan harrington, in beige- great purchase.
If anyone is looking for a good fitting, yet classic jacket to throw on when going out.. look no further. Great price too.
post #276 of 294
Hi,
fit of our suits at JTG is slim. They are not very waisted as we like a really early 60's look to them. Shorter than most in the body so if your much over 185 you will probably find it a bit too much of a bum freezer. Trousers are very slim fit so you have to size up from usual but we do this as standard. Big thighs and you may have a problem.
They certainly are not baggy. If they fit you as they should it might be the best suit you ever buy off the peg. Quality is excellent and all cloth is made in the UK.
Feel free to e mail us anytime. If it's not for you then we would rather save you the hassle of sending it back, therefore we are always very honest about what we do.
Regards
Adam
post #277 of 294
Thanks Crackerjack.
post #278 of 294
Have you guys ever thought about making an affordable, fitted peacoat?
post #279 of 294
We have thought about Pea coats but it would be difficult. Our plan is to stock the one made by Stirlingwear of Boston which seems to be the best replica available (the "Authentic"). Hopefully we will do these later this year but are probably available easily in the US. If anyone has a reason not to like this one then let me know as all opinions are most welcome.
Our semi nod to a pea coat is our Zip coat. A little late 60's and very fitted, made in Brighton (yes really).

https://www.jumpthegun.co.uk/product/JTG_Zip_Coat_Green
post #280 of 294
Fair enough. I have the Sterlingwear Navigator on my Xmas wishlist, but I wanted to hold-off incase anything JTG was likely to come out.
post #281 of 294
My actual waist in 31" and I have tooth pick legs. Which size should I get? I normally wear 28-30 in "american" cut jeans and chinos.
post #282 of 294
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Originally Posted by JTG View Post

We have thought about Pea coats but it would be difficult. Our plan is to stock the one made by Stirlingwear of Boston which seems to be the best replica available (the "Authentic"). Hopefully we will do these later this year but are probably available easily in the US. If anyone has a reason not to like this one then let me know as all opinions are most welcome.
Our semi nod to a pea coat is our Zip coat. A little late 60's and very fitted, made in Brighton (yes really).

https://www.jumpthegun.co.uk/product/JTG_Zip_Coat_Green

I'd be interested in the 'Authentic' . Any possibility of re-stocking on the Zip coats in the larger sizes in the near future JTG? Thanks.
post #283 of 294
Zip coats will be back in stock in the next couple of months in all sizes. Working on the "Authentic" for before November.
If you wear a 28/30 in a jean and measure 31 then you have to go for a 32. You will never get into a 30.
Thanks,
Adam
post #284 of 294

Quick question, do you know if the sta-prest trousers (cotton/polyester, navy) are meant to be washed like the old Levi's were, or are they dry-cleaning only? I like the look of these pants, and many of their other clothing. Mod style is great.

post #285 of 294
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Originally Posted by Jay Biondo View Post

Quick question, do you know if the sta-prest trousers (cotton/polyester, navy) are meant to be washed like the old Levi's were, or are they dry-cleaning only? I like the look of these pants, and many of their other clothing. Mod style is great.

I just checked the tag on a pair that I have (cotton/poly blend), and the tag says Dry Clean Only.
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