Engineered Garments FW 16

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Drinkwaters, Jul 29, 2016.

  1. JilSlander

    JilSlander Senior member

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    Check the previous few pages in this thread.

    They're releasing the TF jacket in various fabrics (big plaid, wool, velveteen, etc.).
     


  2. stevenkmason

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    I think he's asking if there's a non green double cloth.

    I believe the answer is no, from what we've seen so far.
     


  3. stevenkmason

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    Hopefully soon. Even though I'm subscribed to their mailing list, I've been checking the site multiple times a day. Really hoping they have a good selection in XXL. Got my eyes out for workshirts in an indigo chambray/denim and something white (preferably a tougher weave like oxford) and a Bedford in Olive doublecloth or a wool.
     


  4. blue peter

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    could have sworn I saw a navy dc somewhere...if there's any other color, it's likely to be Navy...
     


  5. kingguru

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    any info on the Ground Pants fabrics this season? I've only seen double cloth and cone denim in stock so far.
     


  6. Drinkwaters

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    Ground Pant

    Khaki Chino Twill
    Olive Cotton Double Cloth (instock @ Drinkwaters)
    Indigo 12oz Cone Denim
    Natural 12oz Cone Denim
    Dark Navy Uniform Serge
     
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    They make bedford in XXL?
     


  8. kingguru

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    Thanks a ton, Gary! Wish there was a corduroy version of them, like with the type 6 jeans this season.
     


  9. stevenkmason

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    Yes but they're rare! TBB usually has one or two each season. I've also seen them stocked at Westley Richards and Jack Straw.
     


  10. JilSlander

    JilSlander Senior member

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    Pathfinder Jacket may be my new go-to

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    What is the name of the jacket with the diagonal zipper in the back?
     


  13. JilSlander

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    quick question for the experts: what's the difference between a tropical wool and a worsted wool? I think I've heard them described quite similarly...cheers!
     


  15. kingguru

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    I'm no expert, but I've got tropical wool jacket & pants and a worsted wool combi suit, and the latter is definitely more suitable for winter as the fabric's about twice as thick. it's also fuzzier than the tropical wool though still quite smooth.
     


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