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Barbour x TO KI TO Beacon Heritage Jackets

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by fyra, Oct 30, 2012.

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  1. fyra

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    Good morning,

    I'm looking to buy a Barbour x TO KI TO Beacon Heritage Sports Jacket.

    I could also be interested in the Mountain Parka Jacket from the same collection.

    Probably a small or possibly medium.

    Thanks.
     

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    www.canopyonline.co.uk/ They have one here. It's not on their website but they have it in store. Give them a call.
     
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    Ah, just returned an L and XL to J. Crew yesterday. Lovely jacket just didn't fit right in the shoulder, both were too tight.
     
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    I would also purchase a large or XL Barbour X To Ki To
    Sports jacket.


    PM ME

    Thanks
     
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    Do the jackets in the Beacon Heritage Sports Jacket collection, designed by Tokihito Yoshida, run small compared to the typical Barbour jackets? I stopped by a local store that carries some of the jackets and found and noticed they seem to run small and with shorter arms. I have a Beacon sports jacket on preorder, but changed my order for an XL instead of the original L.

    [FONT=Droid Sans, Arial, helvetica neue, Helvetica, Verdana, sans-serif]Can anyone comment on this? [/FONT]
     
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    Wow so many new SF members cause of skyfall!
     
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    I can confirm that they run smaller. I'm a 36/38R (15.5x33) and I would normally order a size small; however, I had to size up to a medium in this collection and it fits perfectly. Ebay has a couple larges and mediums it seems.
     
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    I'm also looking to buy this jacket, but I still don't know how much to size up. I'm between a medium and a large depending on brand. I'm wondering if I shouldn't go with an XL since I've read the shoulders are uncomfortably tight. Most of my jackets are 19" shoulder to shoulder and at least 21.75" pit to pit. If anyone has measurements on size large or extra large it would be very appreciated. Thank you!
     
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    Approximate large measurements (measured according to http://www.askandyaboutclothes.com/clothing/style-tips/how-to-measure-a-jacket)
    Pit-to-pit: 22"
    Shoulders: 18.25"
    Sleeves: 27.25"
     
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    Thank you very much for pulling those measurements, greatly appreciated. That's cutting it close on the shoulders. If the XL isn't too wide in the chest that might be a better fit if I plan on layering anything under it. I'm in Alaska, layering is sometimes necessary.
     
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    I would really like to purchase this jacket.

    Does anyone know where i can buy this?

    Many thanks
    C
     
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    I ended up swinging by the store Wingtip in San Francisco where I tried on a couple jackets from the Tokihito collection. I found many of the jackets in this line ran smaller than most. I normally wear a large with Barbour coats, but this one I went with an extra-large.
     
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    Hi there, whats your height and weight? I am 6, 2" 200 pounds. Not sure if I should go for the XL or XXL.

    Your feedback is much appreciated, Thanks!
     
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