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Eidos Napoli

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by hrv123, Aug 14, 2013.

  1. charliechan

    charliechan Well-Known Member

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    Similar advice for the Ambro trousers?
    MrPorter also recommends sizing down although their measurements seems to indicate it would be a tight fit
     
  2. jpo

    jpo Well-Known Member

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    Any advice on sizing for the drawstrings? Tts to waist size?
     
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    jpo Well-Known Member

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    Ditto +1 etc etc and all that.
     
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  4. teddieriley

    teddieriley Well-Known Member

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    Is the Matera field jacket lined at all?
     
  5. veloaudio

    veloaudio Well-Known Member

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    Looks good. I ordered a 50 (normal size) which should be here Monday.
     
  6. Easily Amused

    Easily Amused Well-Known Member

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    @NickPollica and/or anyone in the know - will any store be stocking the following dark color of the Donegal Rollneck? I see that Meyvn and Mr. Porter have the light grey version, but this one speaks to me more... Thanks!

    [​IMG]
     
  7. jtorres94

    jtorres94 Well-Known Member

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    ^ I want to know where I can find those brown pants.
     
  8. NickPollica

    NickPollica Well-Known Member

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    Nowhere sadly, the light gray yarn was a sub for the dark, which we had some problems with.

    Martin Patrick has them now and Unionmade will have them online shortly.
     
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    Easily Amused Well-Known Member

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    Understood, thanks
     
  10. ehult

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    Are any of this seasons chinos unhemmed? I've got a 37 inch inseam.
     
  11. NickPollica

    NickPollica Well-Known Member

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    Question for all San Francisco based guys. I am heading out your way to launch the EIDOS shop-in-shop at UNIONMADE on Oct. 14th. Where should I be looking to stay? My knowledge of SF is strictly skate based and I'm not trying to sleep at 3rd and Army. Any advice would be much appreciated.
     
  12. L2Re

    L2Re Active Member

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    I'd suggest an airbnb in hayes valley or the mission. Both have great restaurant/bar scenes and a lot of interesting stores, especially hayes valley. Only thing is that both have areas that are not as nice nearby. If you choose one of those neighborhoods, I'd avoid the more northern parts of hayes valley that are close to western edition/the fillmore and some of the more south eastern parts of the mission.

    Some other neighborhoods you might want to check out are russian hill(nice neighborhood and great restaurants/bars) and noe valley (nice neighborhood but stereotype holds true of everyone with a stroller and a dog).
     
  13. Viral

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    whatever you do, try to go to a restaurant called Burma Superstar.........so good!!

    It's worth making the time.......
     
  14. sood

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    Burma Love is the new Burma Superstar :)
     
  15. randomkoreandude

    randomkoreandude Well-Known Member

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    @NickPollicais there a tuxedo this season? sad i missed the shawl tux at NMWA :(
     
  16. tonio028

    tonio028 Well-Known Member

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    Sized down in relation to your typical Field Jacket size you mean? I take a 48 in the Field Jacket and a 50 in the Trapunto jacket and was wondering if I would be a 48 or 50 in the Matera.
     
  17. clee1982

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    Well, at least there is a lot decent tuxedo at (shawl included) at ~$2k range...
     
  18. lifeinabox

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    I'd say same as the FJ. I sized down from my suit jacket.
     
  19. tonio028

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    I haven't had the chance to get back on my experience with the wool/silk drawstring pants until now, but the drawstring pants from Barney's were worth the wait. Material is great. As far as fit, I went with my typical Eidos size in pants (EU 50 /US 34) and it was the right choice. The fit through the thigh and legs is slim, but not tight. I actually like the fit throughout better on this version than the spring/summer version of the drawstrings, which were a bit more roomy throughout. My only minor criticism/more like personal preference is that I wish the waist was a bit smaller. The drawstrings do allow for the waist to be cinched up pretty tight so they aren't falling down, but they are just a touch bigger than I would have hoped. They are lined to the knee, but the wool/silk blend material is not irritating at all so that's not an issue. Thought I'd let you guys know in case any of you are sensitive to wool and were wondering, I don't suspect these would be an issue. If they were a rougher all wool then maybe, but these are more elegant.

    I'm definitely keeping these though and look forward to wearing them when the temps cool down.
     
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  20. Steel28

    Steel28 Well-Known Member

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    Hmmm, thanks for your feedback. Mine are being delivered today.
     

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