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post #76 of 607
so i guess they don't make a size small enough for me (5'7" 145 lbs)
post #77 of 607
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Originally Posted by anothergreenworld View Post
Do you know specifically that they won't do wool (Pendleton)?

Nope they won't do the wool, only what is on that page.

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Originally Posted by sonicreducer View Post
so i just went and checked out the CDW parka's at dave's quality meats and my first impression was that these things run HUGE. i asked to see a large, as that's what i wear in EG, WWM, J. Crew, etc. and the dude told me that i would need a medium. the medium was too big, but the small fit fine. i am 6'3" 195-200 lbs, btw.

the parka itself was nice. i understand that it's made in the USA, and that it has some nice little details, but i still found myself having a hard time wrapping my head around the $350 (after tax) price tag. if i run into some extra cash, i might grab one as i don't see these selling out anytime soon.

Are you talking about the 60/40 that is on sw for 310? I'm very interested to hear when they started carrying the line and how did you know they had them?
post #78 of 607
i'm not familiar with how CDW sizing is TYPICALLY. for all i know, this particular run of jackets made for DQM ran big. however, if the sizes at the shop WERE typical, i would say that unless you like your jackets quite loose, you will be out of luck. not trying to be a dick, but you might want to look into what the have in children's sizes .. you never know
post #79 of 607
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Originally Posted by jet View Post
Nope they won't do the wool, only what is on that page.



Are you talking about the 60/40 that is on sw for 310? I'm very interested to hear when they started carrying the line.

yep, DQM has the 60/40 in two colorways, tan/blaze orange and navy/forest green. retail was $320. these dropped today and it seems as though it's just a special, one-time collaboration, so don't expect to see much else from CDW at the shop.

here's some more info on the jackets, including pictures, in case anyone wasn't in "the know:"

http://www.hyrcollective.com/daily-b...works-for-dqm/
post #80 of 607
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Originally Posted by sonicreducer View Post
, but the small fit fine. i am 6'3" 195-200 lbs, btw. the parka itself was nice. i understand that it's made in the USA, and that it has some nice little details, but i still found myself having a hard time wrapping my head around the $350 (after tax) price tag.
Never tried the size, but thats kinda crazy, guess you like your parka really fitted.
post #81 of 607
nah, i wear my stuff fitted a bit, but nothing crazy. the medium was just HUGE. i could have layered a ton of shit under it, which i guess is the intention, but there's no need for that here in nyc. basically, i equated a small in this parka to a large in any of my engineered garments parkas.
post #82 of 607
Forget what I said, I thought you were referring to the Down Parkas, didn't know it was the 6040. Thats why I thought the price of the $300 was pretty decent for a Down.
post #83 of 607
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Originally Posted by sonicreducer View Post
so i just went and checked out the CDW parka's at dave's quality meats and my first impression was that these things run HUGE. i asked to see a large, as that's what i wear in EG, WWM, J. Crew, etc. and the dude told me that i would need a medium. the medium was too big, but the small fit fine. i am 6'3" 195-200 lbs, btw.

I got to try one of these on today and found the same thing to be true. I'm 6'4" and would buy a small if I were to get one. I wouldn't even call the small especially fitted. It still had a good bit of the loose parka feeling, and I would have had no problem layering underneath.
post #84 of 607
Has anyone actually purchased the CDW bomber jacket? I was thinking of placing a direct order and was hoping for a little sizing help.

The bomber can be seen here also:

http://en.item.rakuten.com/mavazi/crescent_006/

There's some info on the page, but I was hoping to see if anyone actually owns one.

Thanks much
post #85 of 607
^ There are measurements on that page you linked.
post #86 of 607
That bomber is great. It looks like something Raf would do.
post #87 of 607
"There are measurements on that page you linked"

...I think I'll probably take a Large though and wanted to see if anyone had ordered one or actually felt the jacket in person.

I assume those measurements are:

length, pit to pit, sleeves...

Does anyone that speaks a little Japanese know that this is correct?

The header for the measurement is a picture so it can't be pasted into google translator.
post #88 of 607
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That bomber is great. It looks like something Raf would do.

Yep raf loves taking cues from classics. Funny you mention this as I've been wanting to customize my own raf version of the cdw bomber for over a year now. Will do so soon perhaps.
post #89 of 607
Can anybody comment on the fit of the CDW goods offered by South Willard?
post #90 of 607
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Originally Posted by pactiger View Post
Has anyone actually purchased the CDW bomber jacket? I was thinking of placing a direct order and was hoping for a little sizing help.

The bomber can be seen here also:

http://en.item.rakuten.com/mavazi/crescent_006/

There's some info on the page, but I was hoping to see if anyone actually owns one.

Thanks much

Wow that is a nice jacket. Anybody know where to get it from besides Japan and how much they go for?
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