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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. Ambulance Chaser

    Ambulance Chaser Senior member

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    Anyone get the Niche western shirt and can comment?
     
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    Greg, Edouard or Kyle: Any estimate on when we can expect the Vass Mtos made during the trunk show to start coming in?
     
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    As the site has no measurements up yet, what would be my best choice for the Esemplare vest with a 40.5" chest, M or L?
     
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    Stock is now up online - a few more of each size so grab them while they're hot!


    I would go with the L for sure

    Edit: I feel like I should elaborate on this since other people might have similar questions. I would universally go one size up from your "normal" lettered size. I opted not to give measurements on these because I find they can be very misleading on down garments and just lead to more confusion, and the sizing of this one is easy enough if you just go up a size.
     
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    Any SF discount code? Thanks
     
  7. Ambulance Chaser

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    Would be instakop if the other side was orange wool.
     
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    Thanks for the advise, Ed or Kyle? (sorry, pretty new here)

    Maybe just to make sure then though, and as I could also be an XL then, depending on the chest sizing of this vest. You'd say a 40" chest is = L for that thing, and for a fit that is not bulging all over the place but also not suffocating.

    Final, Esemplare is not part of the still ongoing sale, I take it?

    Michael, Indonesia
     
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  9. in stitches

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    Some are on sale. Newer stuff no tho.
     
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    Thanks IS! Thought so, too. Then only need a bit more comfort on sizing.
     
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    unbelragazzo Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    The L will def not be too big, if fit is similar to the bombers. You might even consider XL depending on what you wear underneath. Esemplare fits very very trim.
     
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    I've tried on a few Esemplare jackets and have had to usually size up.
     
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    The one I have en route better friggin fit.
     
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    unbelragazzo Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Hope you got at least an XL, stitch.
     
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    Yah. The hooded parka in an XL. I want it to fit but be a lil slim, not too A framed, and G rec'd XL. He best be rite!
     
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    Yea you should be good with an XL. Big sweater underneath might make it snug.
     
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    Im not sure what Id call the SNS sweaters I have as far as big. They are thick but not super thick. Hoping will work under the parka.
     
  18. MacktasticGDogg

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    Received my AS suede Cambridge boots today. As I expected, they fit very well, and look great. I think the suede is of very nice quality. I will spray some Nano Protector on it tonight and they should be ready to go.

    Some initial fit pics:

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    BTW, I also ordered the Saphir shoe trees to go with these boots. Based on information I found elsewhere on the internet, I ordered them one size down (UK8 boots, size 41 trees) and they fit well. I don't think size 42 trees would have fit. It may be worthwhile for the NMWA crew to note this on the website.
     
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    The boots look terrific - lovely shade of suede.
     
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    Can anyone provide a waist measurement of Cantarelli sport coat in 40R? Looking at green gun club.

    Thanks.
     

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