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Engineered Garments Fall / Winter 2013

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by shoreman1782, May 17, 2013.

  1. mike868y

    mike868y Well-Known Member

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    does anyone have measurements for an xs penn shirt jacket? specifically length. thanks!
     
  2. lawlercon

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    The XL is 30 length, so I think it's probably like 26 or so, maybe 27. It runs a little shorter than the workshirts.
     
  3. about11oclock

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    TBS put a teeny tiny drop up, but good picks by them per usual.
     
  4. mike868y

    mike868y Well-Known Member

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    the seller listed it at 28 which was long enough to cause me to pass. maybe he measured including the collar? ah well, too late now.
     
  5. 36miles

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    Thanks for passing...i'll let you know when i recieve it!
     
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  6. mbaum

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    Funny. I got one of eBay in L. Have to say, it has become my go-to piece of everything I have purchased for FW so far (And it is a lot). It is fantastic, light weight/ perfect for SoCal, fits like a glove and is definitely a jacket and not a shirt ...

    For what it's worth, measurements of an L:
    • Back - from bottom of collar to hem: 29.5"
    • Back - from top of collar to hem: 31.5"
    • Front: Shoulder seam to hem: 29"

    Mike
     
  7. oboy_oboy

    oboy_oboy Well-Known Member

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    X-post from Sales Alert thread. Posting here since the overall stock for EG is pretty good, esp compared to some of the other brands in the store.

    In addition to below there were a few CPO shirts, a heavy canvas fatigue like pant that was really excellent--not sure name. Sort of a dark mossy brown/green, almost cord-like in texture but not cords. Jungle cloth? has holes in thh hem for a drawcord, patch rear pockets, waist side tabs. Think the sale price was $178 or so, down from $250-ish?


     
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  8. cyc wid it

    cyc wid it Well-Known Member

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    Damn, I wish the tumblr or FB was updated with his buys. I feel like a jerk e-mailing asking for what he has left without knowing specific models at least.
     
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  9. bdeuce22

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    Was thinking the same thing. His thread hasn't been updated in over a year.
     
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  11. dixonmanor

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    Damn. So who's gonna pick up EG in Portland? Woodlands?

    Also, was just in Seattle over the weekend... Jack Straw is getting more and more into EG. Their entire back room is devoted to EG (and FWK), almost a shop in shop feel. Some great pieces, including a longsleeved pop over in a color I haven't seen ANYWHERE (internet included). I grabbed it, and I'll post pics later. Also, man, the NyCo Over Parka is something to behold. Not really a long coat guy myself, but that piece nearly changed my mind. Pretty incredible.
     
  12. oboy_oboy

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    Yes, those are the ones, but in a brownish/green color. Had 30/32/34. Maybe 28 too? Can't recall.

    I can tell you that all these items were for sure in stock in some way.

    Black wool Andover
    Gray Herringbone wool Bedford
    CPO shirt, black and herringbone gray (limited sizes)
    Cavalry Twill pant as noted in Olive (https://www.thebureaubelfast.com/shop/1066/olive-cavalry-twill-usn-pant)
    Floral print flannel (This one http://www.barneys.com/Engineered Garments - Floral Print Flannel Shirt/502952876,default,pd.html
    Small dot corduroy 19th Cent shirt
    Jacket from SS13 (?) that's cut like a Harrington, w/ knit hem (and cuffs?) and has pockets on the upper chest/shoulders, and then a map-like pocket on the lower back. Can't recall name...Aviator? comes in Navy. Couple sizes in that.
    Deck jacket in olive
    Flannel scarf in black
    SS13 madras scarf in a cream/green/orange plaid
    SS13 madras workshirt I think (for sure either L or XL)
    SS13 red/white plaid lightweight LS shirt. Not a BD collar or work shirt...not sure style.

    Probably 2-3 other styles as well, but not tons more.
     
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  13. cyc wid it

    cyc wid it Well-Known Member

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    Hrmm must resist herringbone bedford. Twill olive pants nice too or some RRL jawnz.
     
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  14. mike868y

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    what's the best way to get in contact with them? phone?
     
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    phone is probably best I'd guess. I don't think the stuff most of us want is gonna last too long.
     
  16. ceoceo

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    Pretty much. They were so swamped by orders both on site and over the phone they were working over time
     
  17. oboy_oboy

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    Were you there today, in the afternoon? I swung by around lunch and it wasn't crazy but there were def some ladies throwing down: armloads of stuff!

    Today was the 1st day of all store markdowns, so I'm sure there's a run on things....I liked the wool Bedford a lot but decided to hold off. I probably should have tried on those calvary twill pants. They are pretty sweet.
     
  18. VLSI

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    What's their price on calvary twill pants? Would like a pair if they happen to have any left.
     
  19. ceoceo

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    It was around $200
     
  20. bosh

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    I see the Olive utility jacket sold out in under 48-hours at The Bureau. It's a nice simple jacket but £185 for a thin unlined cotton work jacket is not good value. I bought the jacket and sent it back as there were a few loose stitches which would have unraveled. Quality control is lacking at EG and the prices keep rising. A brand for mugs now.
     
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