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٭٭٭ No Man Walks Alone - Official Affiliate Thread ٭٭٭

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

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  1. mockingboy

    mockingboy Senior member

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    They are awesome; I have every single color and where them all the time.

    Not sure if yo have any already, but sizing is different than GI OTR regular shirts

     
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  2. King Calder

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    Another day, all NMWA:

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  3. 1969

    1969 Senior member

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    It's hard to convey how awesome that vest is through photos. If there's one left in someone's size they should grab it.
     
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    I have the tan version in my cart just waiting to pull the trigger.
     
  5. Patrick R

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    Yep, 6'2".
     
  6. justinkapur

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    Yea I have the medium blue one. I sized up and didn't mind especially since there won't be a tie worn with it.
     
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    Haven't responded to PMs but editing since I received interest
     
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  8. King Calder

    King Calder Senior member

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    The Kaptain Sunshine vest is one of my favorite purchases from the season. I wear it all the time. It goes with everything. BUY IT.
     
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  9. AJL

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    How's the sizing on this? If I'm ( snug) 48 formosa, would I go with 38 or 40?
     
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  10. GirouxAJX

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    Looking for some help with sizing Inis Meain and Jamieson's sweaters, haven't tried either before. Generally a standard Medium for most brands, 6'0" 170 lbs, broader shoulders, chest roughly measures 38-39" ish.

    In other NMWA brands that fit well I have some Leder pieces in Medium, Merz henleys in Large (6), Eidos raglan coat in 38.

    Any help appreciated!
     
  11. conceptual 4est

    conceptual 4est The Classic Gentleman is Back

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    M in Inis Meain, 40 in Jamieson's
     
  12. GirouxAJX

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    Thanks @conceptual 4est !
     
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    Hi @conceptual 4est and @gdl203 - can you please share sizing advice on the roughout Vibergs? Seems like there are differing opinions:

    http://www.styleforum.net/t/358758/...icial-affiliate-thread/26000_100#post_8120697

    • My Brannock size is an 11 D and that's what I wear in most everything.
    • I can occasionally wear an 11.5 if something fits on the small/narrow end.
    • I wear Chuck Taylors in size 10.5.
    • I wear Heschung Thuyas in size 10.

    But 90% of the time I wear size 11. Thanks!
     
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  15. conceptual 4est

    conceptual 4est The Classic Gentleman is Back

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    I'd be inclined to say 10.5 but maybe others can weigh in.

    As promised, some pics of me in the 46 (which isn't noticeably different from my 44, to be honest). Not the most inspired styling unfortunately, but hopefully this gives you a sense of fit. Wearing it over a medium weight sweater.


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  16. IJReilly

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    That overcoat is inspired, and looks great somewhat oversized. I would have picked it up if I hadn't had doubts about how that colourscheme would go with our pitch black winters.
     
  17. bry2000

    bry2000 Senior member

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    That looks like your size, Kyle.
     
  18. FLW

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    Took delivery of my Eidos emerald green sport coat today. It is indeed outstanding. @mossrockss speaks the truth on this one.

    Color is a very deep green, great stand-in for navy.
     
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  19. metranger8694

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    I'm gonna say size 10. On every last.

    I'm an 11.5 Brannock narrow side of D and I'm a 10.5 on the 1035 and 110 lasts. I wear boots socks with them.

    If your feet are wide, maybe size up .5 on the 2030.
     
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  20. rydenfan

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    I'd vote 10.5 as well
     
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