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*** The official PATRIK ERVELL thread ***

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by sipang, Feb 12, 2011.

  1. dotcomzzz

    dotcomzzz Well-Known Member

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    Last time I lived in Canada having something shipped through regular post did not get me out of paying duties.
     
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  2. death shot

    death shot Well-Known Member

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    Jeez... They really should refund that kid.

    Just not right...
     
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  3. gettoasty

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    Just call again and ask for a refund / error on sellers part.

    Teger got an exchange / return on his 1 size too small pants that were final sale. Really depends on who you get on the phone.
     
  4. whyme?

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    ^ yeah but it shouldn't. they fucked up so they're obligated to sort it all out.
     
  5. death shot

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  6. afc345

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    Wearing my black heavy button collar shirt that I got from tbs now. Real nice shirt, not that heavy though, plus it's a bit on the long side in the body and sleeve length. The cut is nice and relaxed
     
  7. death shot

    death shot Well-Known Member

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    I was curious about that one. What is your size and its size?
     
  8. afc345

    afc345 Well-Known Member

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    I am a true medium so I went with a m in it. The fit is pretty regular, a bit slimmer than OL shirts in the 1950's cut
     
  9. ribkin

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    Problem solved. :happy:
     
  10. atcolv

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    Sweet, just got mine for Christmas a few weeks ago. Does yours have a sample mark on it? I noticed that TBS was the only stockist for that specific colorway but didn't think much of it. However, when I received and checked out the shirt I noticed gold, handwritten numbering on the inside near the neck. Excited to have accidentally gotten a sample piece of some sort.
     
  11. Keoke

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    Is it the consensus here that one should size up in this season's jeans in both army twill and navy colorways? Id be grateful if anyone who purchased or tried them on can chime in.
     
  12. Meis

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    Yes, definitely size up one.

    Also, picked up an electric blue pocket sweater from the sale. Really like the color, much nicer / easier to pull off than the electric blue he did for ss10
     
  13. sweetjesus

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    I'm a 30 waist in almost everything and the army twill jeans (weird name, material is basically last year's f/w moleskin) in 30 were tiny on me. For the love of god, do size up.

    See sig, lol
     
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  14. eglbc

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    Did anyone get this? hows the quality/ warmth?
     
  15. benjamin831

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    I'm pretty interested in the peacoat that's on sale right now. Anyone has one they could share some opinions about? How's the fit?
     
  16. gettoasty

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    If anyone know where I can still get a police sweater in large pls lmk. The one wih nylon shoulder and elbow patch in navy. Missed out on my size.

    Tia
     
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    Make that 3 people interested in anyone's experience with this season's Field Jacket sizing? Measurements make it seem more true to size, but I know last season's ran a size small from what I researched. TTS this season or size up??
     
  18. gettoasty

    gettoasty Well-Known Member

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    Follow the measurements posted. They are correct; do consider the weight, lining, and material though when sizing it accordingly.
     
  19. concombre

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    I took my chance with an S, hope to receive it this week, will try not to forget to post a feedback


    With the measurements on the website, there is like 1,3cm difference between S and M in the shoulders, pretty hard to know which one to pick...
     
  20. stevent

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    Anywhere that still has formal pants in black static other than Ervell webshop? Need a 34 though 36 could work
     
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