Engineered Garments FW 09

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Drinkwaters, May 26, 2009.

  1. zissou

    zissou Senior member

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    ^Not to make you feel bad, but it's worth coveting. It's pretty much the greatest flannel of all time, in my book. Although, mine's small, so it wouldn't fit you [​IMG] I can't wait for fall to arrive so I can start wearing my warm EG shirts.
     
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    I'm a bit disappointed that the Norfolk doesn't appear to have any lining at all-not even in the shoulders and sleeves.
     
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    Such is life with EG.
     
  4. machochino

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    Are the measurements on a engineer jacket out-of-wack? It seems the shoulders measure smaller than usual compared to the chest. Does the jacket just have a different fit? I tried pulling info on this but didn't get anywhere. Those Japanese pictures are not very expressive of fit either.

    If I was to purchase this piece, should I be concerned with a tight shoulder fit or a boxy chest?
     
  5. robin

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    Odin has some things up, just jackets and shirts but nothing we haven't seen already.

    Barneys.com has a couple of new items too.
     
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    Context has more stock up, including the helmet hats, zissou.

    I didn't realize the Baker ran that small. I'm going to have a hard time not buying the windowpane tweed.
     
  7. robin

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    The shooting vest is $400? wtf
     
  8. zissou

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    Ah, those helmets are cool. I feel like I'd run the risk of looking like an utter nerd if I tried wearing one... Besides, I doubt a L would be big enough for me [​IMG] I don't know how one could possibly wear that shooting vest unless actually out shooting birds...
     
  9. robin

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    I think I'm going to get one of the helmut hats. Zissou, a large in their hats usually fit me, and I wear a 7 1/4-3/4 hat.
    I don't know how one could possibly wear that shooting vest unless actually out shooting birds...
    Yeah, hunting only, unless...
    [​IMG]
     
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    anyone have the black chambray shirt yet?
     
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    I miss the hunting cap. Wish they'd do those again. [​IMG]
    anyone have the black chambray shirt yet?
    Context. Going to order one of those too. For Gary: Are there any other accessories this season, in way of leather belts or bags?
     
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    Are you a hunter robin? Do you wear all the EG stuff in the field?
     
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    Are you a hunter robin? Do you wear all the EG stuff in the field?
    Upland hunting and fly fishing. I've worn some EG stuff out in the field, they do just fine.
     
  14. zissou

    zissou Senior member

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    Well, we can all aspire to be as cool as Lebowski. Besides, that looks much more like a standard photographer's vest. I just think that the bird shooter vest crosses that line of something that would look out of place unless used for the intended purpose of its design.
     
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    KENDALL JACKET

    Brown Cotton Corduroy
    Trend Fred Segal Santa Monica, CA USA

    Grey Whipcord Wool
    Alan Bilzerian Boston, MA USA
    Farinelli's Arlington, VA USA
    Steven Alan NYC, NY USA
    Thomas I Punkt Hamburg, Germany



    Hey just saw this, thanks Timpo!
     

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