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Engineered Garments Fall / Winter 2013

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by shoreman1782, May 17, 2013.

  1. canstyleace

    canstyleace Senior member

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    In the same boat size wise but went with the 28 as I use them most as a suit pant, have normal thighs and prefer the slimmer silhouette, but if I were to wear them as casual pants alone I could easily size up to the 30 and cinch them down, just really dislike the bunching + saggy ass effect due to cinched up extra material in the back.
     
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  2. Lorcan7

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    Think its fw 11. Don't think it has a zipper, though I could be wrong

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  3. El QUaG

    El QUaG Senior member

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    A few online stored stocked these, including TBB and maybe Inventory. Good luck trying to find a 30 or 32 though! They feel completely different to SS13 version of the trousers. Thicker but with a loose weave to the fabric, but quite a hard wearing material. I reckon this will be something I will wear for many many years to come and still look great.


    I fall right into this category ! :embar:

    I tend to wear cinch pants a bit higher on the waist with a belt and button up shirt tucked in. I tend to leave the rear cinch firm but not tight despite my less-than-full seat. Cinch pants I wear fitted (not tight) since the cut of the pants lends itself to more "smart casual" look.

    Compare this to the Fatigue Pants which are much looser all around and tend to wear them just below the waist with a couple of folded cuffs to site nicely over shoes.
     
  4. canstyleace

    canstyleace Senior member

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    Got a semi from ^ pic.
     
  5. El QUaG

    El QUaG Senior member

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    Further styling by Haven store in Canada who have stocked EG for the first time this season.

    Over Park - Nyco Ripstop
    Work Shirt - Corduroy Printed Plaid
    USN Pant - Cavalry Twill

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    Coverall Jacket - Wool Uniform Serge
    Work Shirt - Cotton Plaid

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    There is no back zipper on the over parka, just waist draw strings on the inside. The new FW13 one is the first one to incorporate that back zipper, which is cool, but I don't really know how functional it would be other than riding a bike with it zipped up a bit.
     
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  7. Shingles

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    Easier to get on and off though (obviously)
     
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  8. canstyleace

    canstyleace Senior member

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    and maybe regulate heat better as well (unzipping instead of having to take it off completely when it gets a bit warmer).

    IMHO side zips on this would be way better though, easier to access pant pockets and zip/unzip by self.
     
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  9. mike868y

    mike868y Senior member

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    those over parkas look cool but just seem so impractical :/
     
  10. lecauchemar

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    Thanks a lot guys.

    Without that zipper It would indeed be harsh to put it on/off so I think I won't purchase it. And the fit appears to be loose when compared to the FW13 version.. What do you think ?

    I agree, a side zipper would be perfect.
     
  11. Shingles

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    Agree. For me, that goes with pretty much all clothing, I hate normal sweatshirts because of that and mostly only buy cardigans with buttons instead, which I also think looks better too.

    That 3 color block beach parka had a side zip didn't it, or was it another jacket from the summers collection?
     
  12. dixonmanor

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    I tried on the current NyCo Over Parka at Jack Straw in Seattle a few weeks ago and the fit is really incredible. It fit me exactly like those picks from haven. The zipper helps to get it on and off, but because it is relatively fitted it was pretty difficult even with the zipper all the way unzipped. IT seemed like an ideal piece for wearing in cold, dry weather, where you could layer lightly enough underneath to never have to take it off. So yes, sort of impractical.
     
  13. lecauchemar

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    The current version is obviously slimmer than the FW11, however I thought the zip would allow to put it on/off easily, unfortunately it does not appear to be the case... Sadly I'm going to pass.

    The 3 block jacket from this summer had a side zip yes.



    Does anybody know where I can find the Field Parka from this season in Olive ? I haven't seen it anywhere...
     
  14. JOA

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    Anyone know who's carrying the navy canvas Fatigues? Need Supply had them but are now out. Appreciate any leads.
     
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    I've looked and Need Supply was the only place I found them. Nepenthes might be able to tell you somewhere else that ordered them. Great pants this season...I have the black, brown, and olive sateen. Kinda wish I had the navy to round out my collection.
     
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  17. canstyleace

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    How to size eg x mckinlay's?
    I know workhorseblues would now about this but havent seen him around that much lately, anyone else that could chime in please.... tia.
     
  18. sinnedk

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    does anyone have a good stock list of EG?
     
  19. catchh

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    Check my sig.
     
  20. sinnedk

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    thank you

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