Engineered Garments FW 2010

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Drinkwaters, May 25, 2010.

  1. hansj

    hansj Well-Known Member

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    Yes ^ thats the one I saw along with matching cinch pants, the color is identical to the hartford jacket which was right beside it on the rack, there was no vest there though, but I was hoping that the charcoal cinch vest listed in Blakes buy would be the match but that one says wool, so now I really dont have a clue.

    btw (hansj) - where did you get that picture?


    The picture is from eggplant in Japan; http://www.eggplantjp.com/?pid=22622794
    Where did you see the jacket?
     
  2. surver

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    for those that have handled both the harford and andover wc twill in person, are both materials basically the same weight, texture? or is the hartford a heavier material? as it seems in the pictures...
     
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    for those that have handled both the harford and andover wc twill in person, are both materials basically the same weight, texture? or is the hartford a heavier material? as it seems in the pictures...
    I plan on going back in the next few days, will def compare this time and report back.
     
  5. canstyleace

    canstyleace Senior member

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    Saw the indigo peacoat, black shawl collar wool cable knit, the grey and black wool knit vests at nomad, they also had some workshirts but I didnt see any pants at all.
     
  6. robin

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    Does anyone know if they have a phone number available for the store yet?
     
  7. booger

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    would love to see pics of the rust/navy flannel worn. Looks ace.
     
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    Anyone know Blake's email address? Maybe I'm blind, but couldn't find it anywhere on the site.
     
  9. Arizor

    Arizor Senior member

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    Just received my Desert Pants in olive, the fit feels really nice. I bought a size 32 eventually, they are indeed slightly oversized as I would say I fit a 33' jean perfectly. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    kgmessier Senior member

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    Looks great, Arizor! Is it unusual for EG's stuff to run big?
     
  11. Arizor

    Arizor Senior member

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    Cheers mate. Yes I think it's slightly unusual for their clothes to run big, their outerwear definitely seems to be a bit smaller in comparison to other brands sizing.

    But obviously their trousers might be a different kettle of fish entirely.
     
  12. surver

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    i've found the same 'problem' with woolrich woolen mills pants as well... they're all cut slightly bigger... perhaps daiki suzuki has a big butt ;P or a thicker waistline than normal ;P j.k.
     
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    Any word on the nyc store?
    Anybody been there yet? prices? stock?
     
  14. timpoblete

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    As with most of EG's items, the sizing depends on the model and material. In terms of pants, the Cambridge pants is on the smaller end of the sizing spectrum with a tapered fit (I had to size up one in these) while the Fatigue Pants runs just fine or slightly big with a straight leg. The waist is stated as 34 on the Fatigues I'm wearing now, but it measures a 35-36.
     

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