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@zenosparadox here you go my friend!

Bleached 107s 4:
Waist - 17"
Thighs - 12"
Rise - 12.5"
Inseam - 33"
Leg Opening - 7.25"

Stone Black 107s (didn't have 5 in bleached) 5:
Waist - 18.5"
Thighs - 12.5"
Rise - 13.25"
Inseam - 33"
Leg Opening - 7.5"

Noma Ombre Blouson 3:
Pit to pit: 23.5"
Sleeves: 28"
Shoulders: 18.25"
Length: 26.5"

EG Flannel XL:
Pit to pit: 26"
Sleeves: 27.5"
Shoulders: 20.25"
Length: 34.5"

Thanks as always! One last item - and more for sizing rec than actual measurements, as I know this piece is a bit oversized - but how would you recommend sizing the Nanamica down cardigans? I‘ve noticed a couple fits posted from you guys with that piece—I regretted not grabbing the green last year—and am now debating between the beige and black. If you’re between sizes, would you recommend the size up or the size down?
 
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@zenosparadox for something like that if you're in between sizes, I'd actually probably go with the lower of the 2. not that TTS big wouldn't work, but I personally think those look a little better not too huge
 

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@zenosparadox I have two of the Nanamica cardigans from last year. One in S (Dark Navy) and one in M (Green). They're quite roomy. I'm usually an M in tops/outerwear. They're definitely pretty roomy and run a size large. I can layer a lot with the M but not as much with S. It's really up to you how you'd like it. I think they both work great.
 

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@zenosparadox for something like that if you're in between sizes, I'd actually probably go with the lower of the 2. not that TTS big wouldn't work, but I personally think those look a little better not too huge
@zenosparadox I have two of the Nanamica cardigans from last year. One in S (Dark Navy) and one in M (Green). They're quite roomy. I'm usually an M in tops/outerwear. They're definitely pretty roomy and run a size large. I can layer a lot with the M but not as much with S. It's really up to you how you'd like it. I think they both work great.

Thanks both! L it is, then, which means I get the privilege (but also the continued paralysis) of deciding between both colors.
 

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You guys getting more nanamica this season? The down coat is so tempting and seems perfect for Canadian winters.
 

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Im really interested in the Kapital century denim no 9 jacket. not sure which size i need though. I´m usually a size 4 in kapital.
im 6,4 (193cm) and around 176 (80kg)
pls help is the 48 a good bet?
 

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When you are able, could you provide measurements for the E.G. mohair crewneck cardigan sz. XL?

Thanks so much!
 

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@zenosparadox I'll make it easy for you - go with Beige
How do you find the reverse side of the beige? I slightly prefer the front of the beige version to the black, but the reverse side of the beige is a white-ish color that seems a bit impractical, whereas the reverse of the black is a beige, which makes it a reverse side I might be more likely to use. Or is the reversibility of this jacket simply in theory and not something you’d tend to do in practice?
 

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@illiterate nope, no more this season.

@Dre2D2 yep, you'd be closest to size 48!

@zenosparadox I actually know what you mean. I would say last year this jacket wasn't reversible (nor was it marketed that way), but this season is 100% reversible. I would say one side might be more "normal', but both are wearable.
 

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