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Krane Outerwear

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by sweatybrain, Nov 2, 2008.

  1. sweatybrain

    sweatybrain Well-Known Member

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    I need a new coat this winter. Just happened to stumble on th eir website and really like some of the outerwear. Especially the asymmetric duffle. Can anyone comment on the styling/fit? (I'm also considering some NDGs that are in the same price range. Comparison/contrast would be greatly appreciated!)
     
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    both are dope. I was checking out the Krane stuff at Roden Gray, it's nice material, feels really solid. NDG is good too... The fit is fairly slim on the Krane stuff www.hyrcollective.com
     
  3. adamha21

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    Does anyone who bought the Krane Emory Hooded bomber from this fall have it in Olive? Willing to post pics? I just bought what I thought was the olive, but I'm almost 100% sure its the black version and I want to confirm this suspicion.
     
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    I have the peacoat in olive and bomber in black. I can post pics if anybody is interested. Quality and detail are unbelievable. [​IMG]
     
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    I have the peacoat in olive and bomber in black. I can post pics if anybody is interested. Quality and detail are unbelievable. [​IMG]

    What size did you do the bomber in versus what you normally wear? I keep going back to it as a viable second winter coat option.
     
  6. eckblk

    eckblk Well-Known Member

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    ^^^

    TTS, the measurements seem big because of how puffy it is. It dos feel tad short but, I guess the how bombers are cut.
     
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    I went with a size 40 on the bomber. Fit is slim, probably can't layer under it too much. For reference, I'm an XL on the W+H fleece blazer you covet.
     
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    I went with a size 40 on the bomber. Fit is slim, probably can't layer under it too much. For reference, I'm an XL on the W+H fleece blazer you covet.

    Adam,

    you went with 40?, that's what I got but, I'm only 5'9"-5'10" and 165ish and it's pretty fitted. I was a L in that W+H blazer.
     
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    I did--I'll post fit pics sometime. It fits slim--but its not too slim I don't think. I'm 6'1 and about 185-190. You must have quite a bit of room to layer underneath it.
     
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    Thanks for the info guys. I was planning on a 38 if I do get it.
     
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    The lining looks warm. Outwear with elastic waists and I don't really get along, but that's a damn fine looking winter coat from a technical POV.
     
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    the olive bomber is really dark, but it's definitely olive and not black. the black is jet black.
     
  14. Mauro

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    I have some 38's and 40's left if you check my web sight.
     
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    IMO I think Krane outerwear is the highest quality outerwear you can get at its price point. It beats NDG and W+H by a long shot.
     
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    I have some 38's and 40's left if you check my web sight.

    Before I forget, I kopped my peacoat and bomber from Mauro. Thanks, Homey!
     
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    So let's solve the mystery. Is this black or olive? My bet is on black. Pictures are with flash. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    I want the olive one too.
     

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