Engineered Garments SS 16

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    i'll be there next weekend, PM me and i'd be happy to proxy
     


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    The Bureau just released their second set of EG some pretty cool pieces lots of bdu jackets and the black watch Bedford
     


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    Can anyone comment on fit of this seasons BDU?
     


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    pretty true to size, more narrow than this season's fatigue, but a really nice fit. I take a medium as a fairly average size ~32. this is experience from the broken chambray, though I assume its similar for the broadcloth option as well.
     


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    So sorry meant the BDU jacket [​IMG]
     


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    I have the olive one from this season, and I find it's TTS.
     


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    ah whoops! don't have that one in shop.

    I mean, you could certainly fit your arms in the pant legs of the our BDU but I cant imagine it will have the same silhouette you're shooting for.
     


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    They had an Olive Ripstop Bedford in XXL, too. Now I will have it.
     


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    Historically, have the EG Vans fit the same as regular Vans?
     


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    Historically, they have been .5-1 size big. I take the same US size as my Barrie size, and a full size down from my regular US Vans size.
     


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    They fit the same to me. I mean, I don't know why they would fit any different seeing as they're the same exact shoe (minus materials).
     


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    I wouldn't have thought to question it, but on a whim I googled "eg vans sizing" and found some conflicting info.

    For example: http://www.styleforum.net/t/377334/eg-x-vans-slip-ons-size-us-10

    He says they run 1/2 size big.
     


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    All Vans in my opinion run big. I always go half size down on every style and that seems to be perfect but I can get into a full size down in the slip ons simply because the last shape is wide and the opening is rather forgiving. But the EG Vans use the exact same everything (last, construction, etc.) that it shouldn't be any different than say, the classics.
     


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