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Engineered Garments Spring/Summer 2013, plus FWK

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by robin, Dec 14, 2012.

  1. el duderino

    el duderino Senior member

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    It's regular straight leg fit like this past seasons usn pant. Nothing huge like past fatigue pants. Drinkwaters has them in olive sateen in addition to Nepenthes
     
  2. Knight

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    If you want a slimmer cut pant maybe you could try the USN pant? i got this season's one already and it has a slight taper to it as well...
     
  3. slide13

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    Perfect. I don't need it super slim, just not huge like some past seasons. I have some USN pants, love them, but really like the pocket setup on fatigues. May have to check in with Gary on that.
     
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    Thanks Knight, thought Small sounded,,,well too small! Tried Gary but the 32 Inch had sold out, not sure if he meant the Small or Medium if that's how they're tagged.
     
  6. Caveat

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    If anyone missed out on these last spring I have them new in a L. I lost a lot of weight. $150 + euro shipping.

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  7. canstyleace

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    I've seen 2 types of fatigue pants out there, the regular EG line (tagged 28,30,32,34, etc) and the workaday line (tagged xs,s,m,l,xl) and iirc the workaday fatigue still fits like the old regular fatigue with a wider leg, but the newer regular EG fatigue fits more like a slim strait,,,, and, at least in theory, the sizing should be as follows:
    XS=28-29
    S=30-31
    M=32-33
    L=34-35
    XL=36-37
     
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  8. JRS1979

    JRS1979 Senior member

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    Can anyone link me to, or write out a list of, all SS13 pop-overs and short-sleeves?

    Would be much appreciated.

    Thanks.
     
  9. CSCoHammers7

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    The Fatigues we have in stock are indeed sized XS-XL, not numerically. And you're right, these are definitely a straight-legged cut, not at all the relaxed Workaday fit we've had here for some time. Something worth taking note of is that there are cinches on the waist; The UNCINCHED measurement is pretty generous and can sound more typical of the next size up, whereas the CINCHED waist measurement is truer to the outlined scale and what you would normally assume for the size.


    If I can find the list of all of the available pieces for the season I'll type this up. It's around here somewhere...
     
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  10. JRS1979

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  11. canstyleace

    canstyleace Senior member

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    So true CSC, I call them the after dinner cinches.....

    So now the regular EG line fatigues also come in alpha sizing? I stand corrected then.
    I've seen the alpha sizing on the workaday line but all previous regular line ones I've owned were numeric, good to know.
     
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  12. CSCoHammers7

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    "Lafayette Shirt"
    White Paisely Damask
    Green Oversized Floral Print
    Orange Oversized Floral Print
    Navy Oversized Floral Print
    Blue/Green Floral Print
    Pink Floral Print

    "Popover Shirt"
    White Pique Shirting
    White/Blue Surfprint
    Navy Hawiian Print
    Lt. Blue Tie Dye Print
    White/Lt. Blue/Red Madras Plaid*
    Navy/White/Red Madras Plaid

    "Western Shirt S/S"
    White Pique Shirting
    Turquoise/White Madras Check
    Yellow/White Check
    White w. Navy/Red Small Polkadot
    White w. Navy/Red Big Polkadot

    "Chauncey Shirt"
    White Pique Shirting
    Beige Double Faced Printed Polkadot
    Navy Double Faced Printed Polkadot
    Orange Iridescent Chambray
    Blue Iridescent Chambray
    Navy Iridescent Chambray*

    *Indicates a piece in our order

    There's also a polo (one of which we will stock) and some printed T-Shirts with pockets that are pretty cool (Yes, we'll be getting one of those too).

    Remember, if you're looking to get something we didn't stock we MAY be able to special order it for you. Doesn't hurt to ask!
     
  13. JRS1979

    JRS1979 Senior member

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    ^ Awesome post, thanks!
     
  14. catchh

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    Thanks for that list of items!

    Do you think its possible to get the whole list of all the items? That would be great!
     
  15. the year 1492

    the year 1492 Senior member

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    For anyone in the London area - Garbstore has a few new items in. There was a navy cotton truman jacket, a couple of the floral patterned jackets, the jersey shawl jacket/cardigan (navy), and maybe few other random things. It might be worth checking out if you're local.
     
  16. Jagger_On

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    Does anyone know what trousers these are, think it might be just what I'm looking for? Also, what is the jacket?

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  17. Shingles

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    Daiki looking fantastic as always.

    Jacket looks like a Bedford.
     
  18. slide13

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    Yeah, it's obvious Daiki designs the clothes for himself...nobody wears EG like he can. Also, the only person that makes those Birkenstocks clog things look good.
     
  19. racknac

    racknac Senior member

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    Can someone identify the pieces in this outfit? Other than the hat.
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