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

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  1. GirouxAJX

    GirouxAJX Active Member

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    Is there a hooded merino/memory type Schneider coat being stocked this year? Apologies if this has been discussed or is common knowledge. Thanks!
     


  2. gdl203

    gdl203 Affiliate Vendor Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    Yep.

    A lot less bulky knit lining (very easy to close and button). Lining is not removable, neither is the hood. Faux flap pockets with real side entry pockets. Ribbed cuffs under the regular cuffs. Full quilted lining.

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  3. melbournites

    melbournites Well-Known Member

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    When I get stuff from NMWA... I just tell her that it is an online mens support group. "No man walks alone" is a perfect cover name for it.
     


  4. lawyerdad

    lawyerdad Senior member

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    "No, honey. That's 'walks' with an 'l'."
     


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    Really enjoyed the Scye easy pants, any chance there will be something similar in a heavier fw weight?
     


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    KayJay85 Senior member

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    Do the moss green moleskin Rotas look too matchy matchy with an sage green Barbour? Or does the vert-de-gris match the jacket more?
     


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    Just received Out of Stock notification for Geller Type 3 washed denim and snagged size 32!
     


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    How are those supposed to fit? Say, if I am a 48-50ish in Rota. I am about a 34 waist (TTS), but I am mainly concerned with stretch.
     


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    I'm 48 in Rota and Eidos and went with 32.
     


  10. conceptual 4est

    conceptual 4est The Classic Gentleman is Back

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    :slayer:

    Restocked the Type 3 as you mentioned, and also the Type 2 in black

    We also added sizes 29, 31, and 33 to the existing even-number sizes in both colorways.
     


  11. John Grady Cole

    John Grady Cole Senior member

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    32 or 33 would work for you
     


  12. Nvspwndamnstr39

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    Just received the chocolate suede Valstarino today. Thanks so much for the quick ship!

    What's your opinion about treating the suede on the Valstarino? A must or am I being too careful? I used to treat all of my new Alden and Viberg suede footwear with Tarrago Nano Protector, but I honestly don't re-apply regularly anymore and haven't noticed problems when I've worn such footwear in light to moderate rains. I'm not too worried about discoloration, as the jacket is already a dark brown shade. Should I just wear it untreated or play it conservatively in the event of a sudden downpour? Thanks for any help you can offer.
     


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    I'd protect it initially, but I tend to agree... Once treated, it lasts a long time without re applying.

    I would be a little more cautious on a Valstar then a Viberg though.

    Better chance of spilling a coffee or beer on a jacket then a boot.
     


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    AJL Senior member

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    I'm curious also, being a solid 50 Rota and 35+ waist (no vanity sizing with these it seems). Two things occur to me however re. stretch/shrinkage: 1) they're obviously massively pre-washed which might lessen the stretch/shrinkage cycle, and 2) there's 2% spandex, which as I recall in trying on a Geller trucker jacket w/ similar composition, had a fair amount of natural give to the material.
     


  15. John Grady Cole

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    Stretch in the 5 year fade isn’t as noticeable as in the other fabrics he uses
     


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