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*** The official PATRIK ERVELL thread ***

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

  1. leeba

    leeba Well-Known Member

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    Are these for 32s?
     
  2. Feji

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    oops, yea they're 32's.
     
  3. amathew

    amathew Well-Known Member

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    Another sizing question. I think I'm going to get the knit baseball jacket as my first PE purchase when I get my tax refund. I asked them for measurements but it seems to run a
    little small. The shoulder isn't 18 until you get to extra-large.


    Knit Baseball Jacket: Shoulder----------------------------17"(s), 17"(m), 17.25" (l), 18.25"(xl)
    Chest (armpit to armpit)----------20"(s), 20"(m), 21"(l), 22"(xl)
    Length (highpoint to hem)-------26"(s), 26.5"(m), 27"(l), 28(xl)
    Sleeve-------------------------------23.5"(s), 24"(m), 24.25"(l), 24.5"(xl)

    Different brand and product, but when I compare to WvG shirts, the ^^ don't quite make sense.

    http://www.wolfvsgoat.com/pages/size-charts


    Should I just go true to size with a small or is the baseball jacket really small?
     
  4. lmaozedong

    lmaozedong Well-Known Member

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    The f/w one was TTS if not a bit big.
     
  5. amathew

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  6. rennavate

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    I have a large, and it's quite slouchy, in an awesome way.
     
  7. rennavate

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    In other words, I just measured mine, and yes, technically the shoulders are 17.25", but it fits fine. And I typically need 18.5-19" shoulder on tops.
     
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  8. 89andy

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    knit baseball jacket is so awesome I'm considering getting the S/S version for warmer weather. What I don't like about the S/S version is that there isn't any "baseball stripe" ribbing. It's just a plain knit jacket ... prefer to have some detail.
     
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    go TTS, they fit slouchy. Knits don't fit same as shirts anyway, useless to compare the sizing charts. Not to mention the WvG size small shirts having 18" shoulders seems ridiculously big..
     
  10. leeba

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    Baseball knit/cardigan fits super slouchy, mine was too big in an M
     
  11. amathew

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    size down?
     
  12. Samir

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    I think you'd need a S. Go with the same size you got in the WvG sweaters. I bought an XS (fall version) and love how it fits, but based on your classifieds, I think you're a decent size bigger than me.
     
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  13. dotcomzzz

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    The spring version seems to fit slimmer than last fall's. I was interested in one andrewryanwallace snagged at the sample sale last month. He sent some fit picks and it looked slouchy on him, ie the way I would want it to fit, except I'm usually a large and he's a medium. Fuck that was such a clean edition too.
     
  14. Timbaland

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    Was the intarsia sweater (the one with a print on the ribbing on the collar, hem, and cuffs) indicative of normal Ervell sizing or did it run really small? I got it a size large when I'm normally a medium in most clothing and it is still too small. Will probably put it on B&S.
     
  15. toothsomesound

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    Yes the ribbed sweater ran tiny, not sure wtf the deal with that was. I have a size large if anyone wants it.

    Also the baseball knit fit for spring is intended true to size, dot liked how the large looked on me but I honestly think it was too big, it kinda worked in a very oversized way but i think that has more to do with me being able to pull stuff off. The medium looked way better on me. definitely still slouchy but looked more like it was made for me versus the large which actually looked a size large. I do still have it for sale.
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    Sleeve length on the baseball knit seems really short or did they measure it from the pit?
     
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    The sleeves aren't intended to have any stacking I think. They fit exactly the right length on me, any shorter and it would be too short and the rest of the if the body and shoulders are quite relaxed. I think the relaxed shoulders offset the shorter sleeves.
     
  18. fishbones

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    So I went over to visit Independence again here in Chicago as I usually do and spoke to Timothy for a bit. (S/O to him, great guy)
    They have a lot of backstock Ervell from when Shrine used to be there awhile back. But it's mostly L/XL sizes. A few mediums though.
    It's all half off from original price, so shoot them over a message if you guys are interested!

    What I saw available (THIS IS ALL F/W'12 Stuff I believe):
    Standard/Unstructured Blazers in sizes 42+.
    Electric Blue Lightweight Baby Alpaca Sweaters. (Small, and then L to XL)
    White Standard Button Downs from sizes M-L (An XL one too I believe)
    Many Knit Polos in Burgundy, Tan, and Electric Blue. (M-L, but fit very slim)
    Navy Jeans in 32-36.

    And I believe a bit more, but it escaped my memory.
    Going to stop in again this Friday to pick up something and I'll take another look then and shoot some photos if he'll allow.
    Otherwise if anyone is those larger sizes and is interested shoot over an e-mail at Independence.
     
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  19. IndependenceChi

    IndependenceChi Well-Known Member

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    Hey Guys,

    The word is out that we have some old stock of Patrik Ervell. All the stock we have is from S/S ’12 and F/W ’12. We are happy to provide pictures or measurements via request. Please feel free to email us at info@independence-chicago.com or give us a call at 312.675.2105. There is a lot of interest and emails already, so let us know as soon as possible if you are interested in something!

    Beige Knit Polo - M, L - $110
    Black Knit Polo - L, XL - $110
    Burgundy Knit Polo - M, L, L - $110
    Navy Knit Polo - L, L, XL - $110


    Blue Baby Alpaca Pocket Crew Neck Sweater - S, L, XL – $82.50

    Red and White Candy Stripe Button Down Collar Standard Shirt – L - $125

    Black Wool Coat with Sherpa Collar – XL - $250

    White Standard Button Down Round Collar Shirt - M, M, L, L, XL - $104.50

    Olive Standard Blazer - 40, 42, 44 - $460
    Black Standard Blazer – 42 - $460
    Navy Standard Blazer - 40, 42 - $460


    Flecked Blazer - 38, 40, 42 - $472.50

    Gray Wool Pants - 32, 32 - $165

    Flecked Wool Pants – 32 - $165

    Navy Jeans - 34, 36 - $125
    Gray Jeans - 32, 34, 36 - $125
    Khaki Jeans – 36 - $125
     
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  20. fishbones

    fishbones Well-Known Member

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    ^ There you all go!
    See you soon Timothy!

    - Haji.
     
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