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٭٭٭ No Man Walks Alone - Official Affiliate Thread ٭٭٭ (a.k.a. I shouldn't have slept on it)

Trayco

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Thanks. Any other data points?
When they post, compare the two lengths since you said SDC Trench was a good length. I’m a 40 chest and originally sized down two but was also not fully embraced to the roomy fit plus was at a low weight at the time. I sold my 36 and will be pre ordering the 38 so sizing down 1 seems good to me.
 

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Thanks. Any other data points?
I'm 5'9" and 145 lbs or so, and posted a pic this weekend wearing a 36. I'm usually a US small/Japanese medium and got this aiming for TTS. It has volume, and at first I was on the fence if it felt like too much, but I got used to it after a few wears and really like the shape now. I find it pretty comfortable with a thin to chunky sweater underneath. I would definitely not go up to a 38 for myself, I think I'd be swimming in the sleeves and lose nice proportions on the rest.
 

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It’s a 38. Went with the 40 originally but it was huge.
Would you mind sharing your general dimensions and normal sizes? (A database of all of the NMWA regulars’ height, weight, and preferred sizes in different brands would be very useful for us newbies. . .Joking. . .Mostly.)
 

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Also sized down on the traveler.....Not because I wanted to though. I was forced to since I’m a 44 and 42 is the largest they make. It fits fine but in a perfect world I would go tts. Don’t fight the cut.
 

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Would you mind sharing your general dimensions and normal sizes? (A database of all of the NMWA regulars’ height, weight, and preferred sizes in different brands would be very useful for us newbies. . .Joking. . .Mostly.)
I’m 5’11” 165 18.5 inch shoulders 40 inch chest. Usually a medium or a slim large.
 

PeteyPajamapant

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Yea I see your point.
What’s your shoulder width? Im guessing you’re pretty broad.
yeah pretty broad shoulders. It makes sizing things a real nightmare. No idea my actual shoulder width though.

It doesn’t help that I’m carrying like 15 lbs more than usual
 

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Inspired by @Trayco i put on a favorite comfortable suit because why not. Camoshita cotton turtleneck too

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Jumping in here one more time to try and find our NMWA friend from Miami who sent (another) 75lbs of assorted Isaia/Sartoria Partenopea/Kiton etc. for the trade-up program and did not put his name or info on or in the box....

Please holler at your boy! If anyone knows a former Isaia addict in Miami who may be roaming the streets without any sport coats please put him in touch!
 

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Jumping in here one more time to try and find our NMWA friend from Miami who sent (another) 75lbs of assorted Isaia/Sartoria Partenopea/Kiton etc. for the trade-up program and did not put his name or info on or in the box....

Please holler at your boy! If anyone knows a former Isaia addict in Miami who may be roaming the streets without any sport coats please put him in touch!
Is there at least a residential return address on the box? Miami-Dade County has most of their property tax records publicly available online and you can enter the address into their property appraiser's website and get the owner's name (of course, this only works if they actually put a return address on there AND they own their home and don't live in an apartment or another rental). ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
 

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I don't live in Miami and I have never owned any Isaia, Sortoria Partenopea, or Kiton in my life but if he doesn't show up I'll happily take credit.
 

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I don't live in Miami and I have never owned any Isaia, Sortoria Partenopea, or Kiton in my life but if he doesn't show up I'll happily take credit.
If they are all 42L/52L then they are clearly mine and should, umm, be returned to my DC address immediately!
 

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