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Inverallan

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by edubs01, Dec 18, 2009.

  1. dotcomzzz

    dotcomzzz Well-Known Member

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    They had a few others, but honestly I didn't bother to look at them couldn't tell you color/size/model. I might be selling my crolly 6A that's a 44. Sounds like you need a 42 tho
     
  2. tonio028

    tonio028 Well-Known Member

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    ^ It does seem like a 42 might work best for Cellini, might look too cropped at that height though.

    I have a nee natural 3A in a 40 available if anyone is interested. Will be listed soon but feel free to PM.
     
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  3. CelliniEVO

    CelliniEVO Well-Known Member

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    What are your dimensions and how does the 44 fit?

    I agree that I'm probably a 42 but really want to order a Navy one at a decent price and seems like the Inventory 44 or someone randomly wanting to sell one are my only options. Will I get hit with custom/duty fees shipping to the US? How easy is it to return something to them?

    Thanks for the help guys!
     
  4. inviscid

    inviscid Well-Known Member

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    Most likely no. I wear a 36 suit and (5'10", 150) and the 38 is too small
     
  5. irbe

    irbe Well-Known Member

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    Hmm thanks. Was going to pull the trigger but on the fence on my sizing
     
  6. dotcomzzz

    dotcomzzz Well-Known Member

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    6'1" 167lb. 42" chest. The 44 is a relaxed. Maybe I'll put up a fit pic if I get the chance if that helps. I also tend to oversize my knits because my feet are long.

    You probably won't see duties to the US. Inventory also has a shop in New York so you may want to give them a ring. Mandon also stocks Inverallan.

    Maybe look through the thread to get a sense for how the 6A fits. I suggest sizing up 1 from your normal chest size. Ribkin did a great job of sizing his. Your chest tells me you probably want to go with a 42, just bear in mind as tonio pointed out it may be a little cropped since you're tallish.
     
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  7. CelliniEVO

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    Thanks for that info man! really appreciate it. Would love to see a fitpic!
     
  8. dotcomzzz

    dotcomzzz Well-Known Member

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    no problem happy to help. I'll see if I can get a pic up over the weekend
     
  9. mojserkis

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    I am 5'8" and 130lbs with a 35" chest. I bought an Inverallan 6A in a 38 and it is a bit too big on me so I think it would fit you well. I dunno about the sizing of the 3A (lumber cardigan). My 6A is for sale in the marketplace if you are interested. Just tried it on once.
     
  10. irbe

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    Thanks, bu thad my heart set on the 3A. I don't have a blue cardi and thought it be a staple peice. Want to pull trigger on it, but the measurements on the site sort of throw me off.
     
  11. Regg

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    I'm about the same size as you and my 3A size 38 fits well. Probably not going to keep it though :/
     
  12. JChance

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    I'd do it if I was you. The price seems about right, if it doesnt work out, you can turn around and put it up on B&S, i bet it'd go quickly considering its a staple color and how rare Inverallan is these days.
     
  13. irbe

    irbe Well-Known Member

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    ha, too late somebody bought the 38. yeah the price was really good.
     
  14. pasteurisation

    pasteurisation Well-Known Member

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    I'm a 38 or a 40 and I was checking the same sweater at Inventory too. Now I feel kinda good because the 38 might be too small on me.
     
  15. tonio028

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    I'm late in posting up these fit pics and sizing reference, but here you go. Size 40 3A lumber cardigan in natural (feel free to check sig for more info):

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    I'm 5'8", about 150 lbs with a 38" chest measurement and the pics above are of the size 40. I tried not to make the sizing equation too difficult here guys, went one size up from actual chest measurement and that's the fit I went with, which I think is good.
     
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  16. irbe

    irbe Well-Known Member

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    Looks good.
     
  17. iotan

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    Looks like there might be a good deal on ebay for a 3A in white/natural (I am not the seller)...http://www.ebay.com/itm/handknitted...UK_Womens_Vintage_Jumpers&hash=item27de6cf1b2. Listed in the women's section, but I do not see anything that precludes a guy from wearing it (at quick glance it looks like a normal 3A to me). The measurements appear to indicate it to be around a 38/40 but you may want to get additional measurements from the seller to be sure.
     
  18. ghdvfddzgzdzg

    ghdvfddzgzdzg Well-Known Member

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    36" long? gotta be a typo
     
  19. iotan

    iotan Well-Known Member

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    Exactly why I said one might want additional measurements (with instructions describing how to conduct the measurement). If not a typo, then perhaps the seller flipped the collar up and measured from top of collar down (not sure why one would but that seems like one explanation to me; yet, even then the measurement sounds off).
     
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  20. JChance

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    Dang, what a steal
     

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