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Engineered Garments FW 2010

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

  1. canstyleace

    canstyleace Senior member

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    Listen. If you guys saw these styles on a peg and they didn't have the EG label and were like in Target or something you'd keep walking.

    For me its the fit more than anything, I mean aside from very distinct pieces like the norfolk/shawl collar/maine guide/upland and a few others I would agree that there's several similar and cheaper brands out there, but none I've tried fits like daiki, especially for thinner/smaller guys.



    btw-Has anybody bought the derrick in brown? other than the lookbook pic I havent seen it again but I'm very interested and hoping to find an xs somewhere out there.
     
  2. Drinkwaters

    Drinkwaters Senior member

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    We are sold out on the Workshirt in Rust/Tan/Black in size medium but do have the Red/Navy in that size. As an FYI, we have a Field parka in Navy Melton size large from FW 09.
     
  3. Abraxis

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    For me its the fit more than anything, I mean aside from very distinct pieces like the norfolk/shawl collar/maine guide/upland and a few others I would agree that there's several similar and cheaper brands out there, but none I've tried fits like daiki, especially for thinner/smaller guys.



    btw-Has anybody bought the derrick in brown? other than the lookbook pic I havent seen it again but I'm very interested and hoping to find an xs somewhere out there.


    I'd like to see it in olive too and maybe how it looks in wool (I think wool is a bit pricier).
     
  4. madstaxbro

    madstaxbro Senior member

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    Listen. If you guys saw these styles on a peg and they didn't have the EG label and were like in Target or something you'd keep walking.

    I buy shirts from Target all the time. Picked up a herringbone western not too long ago, looked and fit almost exactly like my eWorkers hb workshirt.
     
  5. Vinneus

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    Thanx, Whatever. it will be here by friday, ill post back.
     
  6. whatever123

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    Listen. If you guys saw these styles on a peg and they didn't have the EG label and were like in Target or something you'd keep walking.


    speaking of target, they have great apples today for some reason. just bought some!
     
  7. adamha21

    adamha21 Senior member

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    Any fit pics of the Rust/Tan/Navy workshirt. Love the fabric, but would love to see more fit pics of it. Also, can anyone comment on the M vs L in this years workshirt?
     
  8. robin

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    Any fit pics of the Rust/Tan/Navy workshirt. Love the fabric, but would love to see more fit pics of it. Also, can anyone comment on the M vs L in this years workshirt?
    Fit on Doo Bop > http://www.doo-bop.com/shopping/shirts/0269.php
     
  9. whatever123

    whatever123 Senior member

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    Any fit pics of the Rust/Tan/Navy workshirt. Love the fabric, but would love to see more fit pics of it. Also, can anyone comment on the M vs L in this years workshirt?
    yeah. here is what i have found. the flannel workshirts tend to have a little more give then the chambray or herringbone fabric workshirts. i have this flannel: http://www.selectism.com/news/2010/0...ts-work-shirt/ in size medium and it fits me perfectly. im 5'11" 175-180 lbs. i purchased a couple chambray workshirts in the same size and they fit okay, but i needed to size up to a large because it was a little more comfortable... so it depends on the fabric of the workshirt, in my opinion. have some of you noticed the same thing?
     
  10. wttm

    wttm Senior member

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    Anywhere online I can purchase the Hartford Pants ?
     
  11. surver

    surver Well-Known Member

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    Anywhere online I can purchase the Hartford Pants ?

    i bought mine from www.tresbienshop.net; very friendly, helpful and great service [​IMG]
     
  12. wttm

    wttm Senior member

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    i bought mine from www.tresbienshop.net; very friendly, helpful and great service [​IMG]

    Are those essentially the "bike" pants ?
     
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  14. robin

    robin Senior member

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    Are those essentially the "bike" pants ?
    No, the hartford and bike pants are two separate designs.

    Bike pants for reference: http://store.silver-and-gold.com/?pid=23258935 they have the knitted hem area.
     
  15. wttm

    wttm Senior member

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    No, the hartford and bike pants are two separate designs.

    Bike pants for reference: http://store.silver-and-gold.com/?pid=23258935 they have the knitted hem area.


    Thanks a ton so I guess my question now is where can I find the bike pants online.
     
  16. robin

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    Thanks a ton so I guess my question now is where can I find the bike pants online.
    Nowhere in the U.S. or Europe, as far as I know.
     
  17. whatever123

    whatever123 Senior member

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    is anyone having issues accessing the engineered garments website?
     
  18. TintoTerra

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    Is the blue overdye storm parka available anywhere outside of japan anymore? If someone knows where to get one in a small or medium could you drop me a PM?
     
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  20. wttm

    wttm Senior member

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    robin and surver, thanks both of you a ton!
    So, I guess I need to find myself a Asia stockist. Thanks guy!
     

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