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Engineered Garments S/S 09

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Drinkwaters, Jul 19, 2008.

  1. PinkPantser

    PinkPantser Senior member

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    thanks for the headsup on the odin sale dudes.
     
  2. Teger

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    some of the shorts are tempting, how do they fit?
     
  3. PinkPantser

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    tts for me (32 - fit pic), you should nab those indigo ghurka shorts in 34 from odin
     
  4. zissou

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    Jonathan + Olivia just put their EG on sale as well.
     
  5. Tooch4321

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    so much stuff i want...must...not...buy!
     
  6. Teger

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    really like both cinch back shorts. will wait til the rag & bone sale at gilt tomorrow, but those grey/white seersuckers are so tempting...
     
  7. kinetic

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    really like both cinch back shorts. will wait til the rag & bone sale at gilt tomorrow, but those grey/white seersuckers are so tempting...

    Got those from Odin a month or so ago. They are awesome.
     
  8. davo10375

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    How do the EG shorts fit? Looking at the chambray fatigue shorts... odin has small/med/large/xlarge, im around a 36ish waist. What size should I go for? Has a drawstring as well so I guess that could help if in between sizes. Also would appreciate any fit pictures/ideas on the inseam or how slim the legs are.

    Also looking at the camp shirts... how do they fit? I'm about a medium in Jcrew. EDIT: Odin only has XL left.. dont worry bout this part [​IMG]

    New to EG [​IMG]

    EDIT2: Just realised Odin only shipping domestically... average. If anyone is available to do a proxy, let me know; will pay a fee for it.
     
  9. Oxnard

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    oh man, I am pretty tempted by the odin sale, I picked up a pair of those chambray ghurka shorts like three months ago and they are pretty sweet, decent inseam length with a very slim leg, very cool stuff, sized tts on those if anyone is wondering.
     
  10. zissou

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    davo- you should probably go with the L. I am a 32 and the S fits me well.
     
  11. davo10375

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    Thanks mate; what is the inseam like on the shorts? And how slim are the legs? My legs aren't the thinnest things and i like a boxy fit sometimes.
     
  12. zissou

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    Inseam depends on the shorts. I think Norwegian army shorts are I think 6" and the gurkha and others are about 9"? They aren't slim, and most of the materials are fairly thin and stretchy.
     
  13. davo10375

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    Sorry thought I specified, meant the fatigue chambray shorts?
     
  14. tonio028

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    How do the EG shorts fit? Looking at the chambray fatigue shorts... odin has small/med/large/xlarge, im around a 36ish waist. What size should I go for? Has a drawstring as well so I guess that could help if in between sizes. Also would appreciate any fit pictures/ideas on the inseam or how slim the legs are.

    Also looking at the camp shirts... how do they fit? I'm about a medium in Jcrew. EDIT: Odin only has XL left.. dont worry bout this part [​IMG]

    New to EG [​IMG]

    EDIT2: Just realised Odin only shipping domestically... average. If anyone is available to do a proxy, let me know; will pay a fee for it.


    I had this same question about the camp shirts actually. I was thinking about the camp shirt and the popover herringbone BD and was wondering about the fit on both in order to make up my mind. They both look fantastic and from all the pictures I've seen the popover shirt might be a bit less boxy in the same size. I am typically a small in most clothing brands and I don't mind looser fit for the summer but I definately don't want to swim in these things. I'm 5'8, 150ish lbs. for reference.

    Can anyone offer some sizing/fit advice or throw some pics up?? Thanks, guys!
     
  15. Drinkwaters

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    The Camp Shirt I wear in a Large like most other EG shirts but in the Pop-Over, I took an XL. I found the Large to be to snug for a shirt of this style so if you're looking for a trim fit, Small would be fine.


    I had this same question about the camp shirts actually. I was thinking about the camp shirt and the popover herringbone BD and was wondering about the fit on both in order to make up my mind. They both look fantastic and from all the pictures I've seen the popover shirt might be a bit less boxy in the same size. I am typically a small in most clothing brands and I don't mind looser fit for the summer but I definately don't want to swim in these things. I'm 5'8, 150ish lbs. for reference.

    Can anyone offer some sizing/fit advice or throw some pics up?? Thanks, guys!
     
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    Baker jacket is appealing. Would a L fit best for a 40L?
     
  17. Drinkwaters

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    Yes!


    Baker jacket is appealing. Would a L fit best for a 40L?
     
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    Jonathan + Olivia just put their EG on sale as well.

    Thanks Zissou, I'm going to go pay them a visit.
     
  19. tonio028

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    I'm trying to decide between the Fatigue Chambray shorts or the Sage Fatigue Twill shorts. They both look fantastic. The chambray is definately more unique and that light blue is money for some color in the summer. Damn decisions. Anyone have both or had a similar dilemna want to share some of your experiences. Just curious what people are thinking or thought about them or what any owners of those feel about theirs.

    Also, I normally get pants and shorts in a size 30 (I believe my natural waist is about 31"), I take it I would be fine with a small considering the measurement for a small is about 32" but they have the drawstrings and tabs? Thanks a ton!
     
  20. cbc00

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    Hi,

    Does anyone know where I can find the cinch vest (L) and cinch pants in the navy madras? I've tried calling a lot of places, but no luck...

    Thanks!
     

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