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

justridiculous

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Whoever scooped the Wythe snap shirt in the blue and red flannel in size L; if it doesn’t work out please don’t send back. Just message me and I’ll take it
I got you man. I'm between a large and an XL and decided to try out the large. It should arrive tomorrow (thanks for the quick shipping, NMWA team!), so I'll let you know.
 

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Man, how often do you wear that stuff in the red stick?
Sweaters, pretty often.

Coats, in the morning and night in the shoulder seasons. And during the winter, for 3 months or so. Typically, I find a coat with a light layer is pretty comfortable to me. I get a lot of use when I travel and such, and have started working remotely more. Have 3 weeks booked up in Chamonix/Zermatt/St. Moritz this winter, so I anticipate this coat will get put to good use.
 

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@gdl203 Greg, how water resistant is this jacket and M or L for a 40US/50EU?
It looks quite waterproof to me. Probably M for a US40, unless you're looking for something to layer a lot under
 

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Sweaters, pretty often.

Coats, in the morning and night in the shoulder seasons. And during the winter, for 3 months or so. Typically, I find a coat with a light layer is pretty comfortable to me. I get a lot of use when I travel and such, and have started working remotely more. Have 3 weeks booked up in Chamonix/Zermatt/St. Moritz this winter, so I anticipate this coat will get put to good use.
Wait a sec - are you taking a < 1 year-old to Switzerland?
 

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You’ll be fine. We went to France with twin babies and some cab drives were more difficult than the flights themselves
 

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My wife and I decided that we were not going to let having kids impact our travel - I certainly treasure my memories as a kid.
 

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Yes. Wondering if we are crazy. However, my parents / inlaws are coming, and I went to Europe as a baby.
not crazy. we took our son at 11 months old to Italy for 3 weeks in 2019. totally doable although we hadn't quite figured out how to optimize with nap times/bedtime. but we were alone. if you'll have family there that'll be a big help.
 

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