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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. in stitches

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    He will not hear a peep from me for at least two weeks. :)
     
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    I expect it to be something to put on my wish list. Shopped too much for this season already. :)
     
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    It may be a 7 drop. Just noticed the size is listed as 48/7. Assuming that's the case, I wonder why some sizes have a 6 drop (e.g., 52/6 and 54/6).
     
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    no windowpane??
     
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    Sorry I have no idea how they compare. I think they are very comparable in fit and quality to the Incotex that I own and have handled.

    Lol jet !
     
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    I should have tried on the beige wool, might have kopped if I did. I love those.
     
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    with you on that one. These pants are outstanding. (not so) secretly wishing you guys leave me a pair...
     
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    Mmmm those beige pants look like teh seks.
     
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    Did you not see them when you were there? They are softer than ----. Yeah.
     
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    why you no carry sz 46 for suits and coats :censored:
     
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    My bad, I meant something else! I mean I just found out about the website! Maybe I will try to visit the warehouse when I come up to NYC.
     
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    Did you check measurements on the sz.48 Cantarelli sport coats and Luigi Bianchi overcoats? Both fit trim and most people who tried them sized up.
     
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    The site is looking mighty sharp, Greg. Looking forward to see what else makes it's way to the store, I really like the well curated selection of brands. The Valstar Down Filled Coats are really something else. Maybe someday I can save enough pennies to pick one up if still available.

    Do you or anyone know how wet/water (thinking snow days) resistant the down coat is? I understand that Valstar prides itself in making their jackets to be at least water repellant (taken from the "Meet the Maker" video on your site ;) ) so was curious about this coat in particular.
     
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    Hi tonio - according to Valstar the wool is treated to be water-repellent. But truth be told, I haven't tried to pour a jug of water on it so I cannot conclusively say just how much it does repel water. It doesn't strike me at all as a coat I would wear under a downpour, but I would probably feel comfortable under the snow. It is a sweet jacket.

    Now, I'll take the opportunity of you dropping by the thread to let you know that we will be adding for spring a brand that has been dear to both of us on the SWD side... I'm excited about that.
     
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