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Would have thought the question is 40 or maybe a 38? Seems like either is an option.
 

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Navy and grey plaid are sure things, but I'm thinking maybe add the khaki green too?
Thanks. Based on the photos, the green was actually the one I gravitated to (putting aside the navy since I would prefer not to add another navy coat). I would prefer to see the color IRL if that is something you were planning to purchase for the store. I suppose you will see how many green pre-orders come in first.
 

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Darn those tan Camoshita easy pants in tan went quick. Probably cause they looked so good on @gdl203
If a size 48 or 50 doesn’t work out if anyone on here got them let me know.
 

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Sizing check gaiz:

I’m generally a 40, should I get the M or L in the Frank Leder great coat? Don’t mind it a little big as I’ll be wearing it with thick sweaters underneath.
 

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Sizing check gaiz:

I’m generally a 40, should I get the M or L in the Frank Leder great coat? Don’t mind it a little big as I’ll be wearing it with thick sweaters underneath.
I view it as tts but if you are in between sizes, go up. It fits kind of like a blazer with slim, high armholes.
 

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I'd go L on the great coat. I'm a 40 and got the M. I definitely can't layer a thick sweater underneath due to the shoulder.
 

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Sizing check gaiz:

I’m generally a 40, should I get the M or L in the Frank Leder great coat? Don’t mind it a little big as I’ll be wearing it with thick sweaters underneath.
Large. Even then I doubt you will be able to fit thick jumpers through the armholes and sleeves.
^^ This. And if you're going for the Long Great Coat, it's even narrower armholes than the regular length Great Coat.
 

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@gdl203 I tried to place an order and it failed again. Now my s/s code isn’t working anymore. I sent an email, but thought I’d follow up here to see if you had time to look into it. Thanks!!
 

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I don’t see your email in our inbox... I’m not really sure what issue you experienced but if it’s with checkout/payment, there’s nothing at all we can do about it - it’s entirely outsourced to Bolt for everyone’s security (we can’t see payment methods, edit them or anything like that).

as for the one-time code, we can always check that on Monday and apply it after the purchase in the form of a partial refund
 

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