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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gdl203, Aug 15, 2013.

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  1. ezlau

    ezlau Senior member

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    I'm a 36 and I wear a small in that toggle sweater. KOP IT NOW.
     


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    Sold out lol
     


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    On the other end of the spectrum, thank you whoever else is ordering 2XL in Inis Meain so NMWA can justify stocking it again - picked up the charcoal donegal stonewall turtleneck this weekend and it is amazing - perfect for a wet and miserable night in NY right now.
     


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    Asian Afro Senior member

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    Stupid question again.

    So I kopped an Album scarf. It's awesome and very practical in the Great White North, but how can I integrate it with classic winter outerwear?

    I can see it with my duffle coat. It would also go with my Merino coat, but I might overheat. I don't see it with my LBM overcoat. How else can I wear it? Am I missing the point?

    (That mohair really sheds, by the way.)
     
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  5. gdl203

    gdl203 Affiliate Vendor Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    I wear chucks size 8. This was pre-real shoes (i.e. college and first job), so my idea of a proper fit was off, and like many I wore sizes too big.

    However for reference now, I am a size 40 in Vass and I took a size 39 in Butteros. They are snug, but not tight.

    Buttero quality is exceptional. It is evident in the stitching, the leather, and of course overall design.
     


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    So .... if someone did grab the LBM navy basketweave overcoat in 52 or 54 and you change your mind or it doesn't work for you, let me know.

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    Pretty sure it'll look awesome with LBM overcoat, you just gotta do like Greg in that pic he posted and embrace it
     
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    That'd be me, Six (52). Didn't click on it til about 11:30, and we'd been chatting about it hours earlier, so you had plenty of time for koppage (funny how a thing becomes that much more desirable once it's unattainable; I'd likely have felt the same way. We are strange creatures indeed). That said, given my recent batting avg--sub .500--I'd say there's a fair chance something will be off with the fit, particularly since I'm flying blind on this one. Will keep u posted.
     
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    I returned that coat in a 52 this past Saturday. It's very possible that it has not been processed yet as a return so keep an eye out!
     


  12. gdl203

    gdl203 Affiliate Vendor Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    Last call, guys.

    At noon ET, the golden carriage turns back into a pumpkin. (a real nice pumpkin, of course)
     
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    "Any answers for my question here:

    I tried on a pair of Butteros in 44 today and they were decidedly too small. My toes were right up there, not really bent so to speak but still felt way too small. I feel like this would be a good opportunity to kop some, but I'm a bit hesitant if the 45s would fit. The models I'm interested in the hight top slip ons. I'm a 11.5UK in Edward Green Galways, last 82, and 11.5UK in Carmina Rain. Would a gamble be worth it, since they are supposed to fit large to size? I'm also in Sweden, so I assume free shipping and returns are not in the cards (nor would I expect it to be)

    Any pics in the wild of the high top? They look cool, but I'm not sure how they would work irl."
     


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    Wearing these rn...(with SdC pants)

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    Also I'm 10.5UK in EG and 43 Buttero fit me fine after they break in. It might just be a matter of breaking the 44s in, as the ones I got felt a bit snug at the beginning too. OTOH, a lot of people like to wear sneakers loose anyway, so maybe you'd be happy with a 45. Especially with high tops so you don't really have to worry about heel slippage as much.
     
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  15. gdl203

    gdl203 Affiliate Vendor Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    Well, you tried them on yourself so there's no one here that is better suited to answer your question. Did they feel a full size small? If yes, then 45 would work. Your EG size should normally match a Buttero tanino size 45 - but then again, there's no better gauge than how the 44 felt on your feet.
     


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