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Engineered Garments FW 11

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Drinkwaters, Jun 17, 2011.

  1. JonnyUtah

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    Come on man, you don't want that.

     


  2. Ritchee

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    I think it is, it even has an EG logo on the front pocket.
     


  3. lovelux2010

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    sorry to ask a sizing question, but i've ordered a S and an M in the miner shirt...if one of these fits do you think i could use the same size for a jacket or vest from f/w 11'?...
    i was thinking to order an item from a japan stocklist as uk stocks seem to be dwindling buti'd have to get the size right. i suppose the other option would be ebay if it doesnt fit, perhaps i could get most of the money back
     


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    probably the most interesting piece in the collection. i've been wondering about availability as well. it makes much more sense to me than that body down vest.
     


  5. mike868y

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    field parka is coming in tomorrow! :bounce2:
     


  6. JonnyUtah

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    I agree with you that it is indeed an interesting piece, while the body down vest looks like a bullet proof vest. I love EG don't get me wrong, I'm just saying the bib looks a little bit like something a hot girl should be wearing, exposing her mid-section, rather than a man with a dress shirt and tie on.
     


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  8. mike868y

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    most certainly.
     


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    That short hoody big thing just reminds me of Zach Galifianakis' character in Dinner For Schmucks

    [​IMG]
     
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    The bib is dope, but really can only be worn how daiki styled it. I would cop if it was reasonable.
     


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    I see this as the quintessential cold, northern, big city item; when it is threatening rain, wind, sleet, etc... but is not too cold and you have 1/2 mile walk to the train, and then a 1/2 mile walk to your office. The bib would be perfect under any sportcoat to give a little extra coverage from the elements.
     
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  12. JonnyUtah

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    Ahh now I understand what you're getting at. So you'd wear it under a coat so really you'd only see that top part, and you wouldn't look like you're wearing half a vest.

    I can dig it.
     


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    honestly, i don't see too much utilty in it and it isn't versatile at all. i just think it looks cool and i'd wear it exactly how daiki is with my '08 charcoal andover.
     


  14. Ritchee

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    This season's Chambray work shirt looks different on the various store sites. I'm guessing that is due to the different photographers rather than EG having used more than one kind of Chambray fabric for this season's shirt. I hope I don't sound too stupid! :confused:
     


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    My guess is you don't see much utility in umbrellas, waterproof breathable fabrics or....say, wheels either. But then again you live in Southern California where utility and versatility is an all wheel drive convertible Porsche. :embar:
     
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