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Engineered Garments FW08

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by timpoblete, Feb 1, 2008.

  1. lesserevil

    lesserevil New Member

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    Any idea where this will be stocked in NYC? Odin and Steven Alan do not currently have the collection, only the Woolrich stuff (apologies if this has already been discussed).
     


  2. Oxnard

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    ^wow, I really like that black/white/brown flannel western shirt, also the thermal turtlenecks. What is the material for the turtlenecks? The brown looks especially nice.
    -Does anyone know if the shawl collar cardigans are going to be made in a variety of materials/patterns (i.e. a cotton version) or is it just the wool herringbone version? I am having a hard time narrowing it down to which knit items I want the most.
     


  3. robin

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    Any idea where this will be stocked in NYC? Odin and Steven Alan do not currently have the collection, only the Woolrich stuff (apologies if this has already been discussed).
    Check their website for a full list, there are several other places. FYI, Odin will be featuring Engineered Garments at their Den shop starting within a few weeks.
     


  4. Drinkwaters

    Drinkwaters OG Affiliate Vendor

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    These are fabrics for the Shawl Collar Cardigan;

    Athletic Grey 12oz Cotton Fleece
    Navy 12oz Cotton Fleece
    Black 12oz Cotton Fleece
    Grey Herringbone Wool Jersey
    Brown Stripe Cotton Jersey
    Navy Stripe Cotton Jersey
    Black Stripe Cotton Jersey
    Heather Grey Sweater Knit
    Heather Tan Sweater Knit ***

    *** We bought this one!





    ^wow, I really like that black/white/brown flannel western shirt, also the thermal turtlenecks. What is the material for the turtlenecks? The brown looks especially nice.
    -Does anyone know if the shawl collar cardigans are going to be made in a variety of materials/patterns (i.e. a cotton version) or is it just the wool herringbone version? I am having a hard time narrowing it down to which knit items I want the most.
     


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    Any ideas as to what stores are or will be carrying either the newport pants or the mechanic shop coat?
     


  6. timpoblete

    timpoblete Senior member

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    C.W. Pants [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] The strap at the bottom could definitely help in keeping in the warmth. I also like the rounded edges of the front pockets. Hopefully the inseam won't be too long so that it won't bunch too much at the bottom for the shorter folks. New Look on Nepenthes website: [​IMG]
     


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    [​IMG] Where can I find more info on this jacket? Is it heavy? Lined?
     


  8. robin

    robin Senior member

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    Where can I find more info on this jacket? Is it heavy? Lined?
    That's a bedford jacket, not sure on the wool type. It's a medium weight, and is unlined.
     


  9. timpoblete

    timpoblete Senior member

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    The M.I.L. Pants come in the following materials:
    - Olive Cotton Whipcord (Hejfina)
    - Dark Navy Cotton Whipcord (August, Barneys, Ian, MAC, Odin, Oliver Spencer US)
    - Grey Herringbone Wool (no US)
    - Charcoal Chalkstripe Wool (no US)
    - Oliver Heather Wool Flannel (no US)
    - Grey Homespun Wool (Jonathon and Olivia)

    C.W. Pants:
    - Navy NYCO Ripstop (no US)
    - Black NYCO Ripstop (no US)
    - Lt. Blue 8oz. Denim (Boutique U & I)
     


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    the bedfords don't look very warm. are they really suitable for winters with temperatures below 0 degrees celsius?
     


  11. timpoblete

    timpoblete Senior member

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    Here's the pics to Gary's 1st shipment. Don't hesitate to call him with questions here.

    Workshirt, Blue/Red/Olive:
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    Workshirt, Blue/Red/White:
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    Bedford, Tan Sweater Knit:
    [​IMG]

    Bedford, Navy Wool Serge:
    [​IMG]

    Engineer's Jacket, Black Wool Denim:
    [​IMG]
     


  12. robin

    robin Senior member

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    are they really suitable for winters with temperatures below 0 degrees celsius?
    Nope, unless you do some really clever layering underneath.
     


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    the bedfords don't look very warm. are they really suitable for winters with temperatures below 0 degrees celsius?

    It's essentially a sports coat. I don't think anyone here would mistake them for a winter coat. They're fine for an outer layer in early fall / late winter but that's about where I would draw the line.
     


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    what about the parkas?
     


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    what about the parkas?
    The parka would be a little better for warmth, but not by much. Will the duffel jackets be lined this year? If so, they would be a good choice for temperatures around freezing.
     


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