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Engineered Garments SS12

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Drinkwaters, Dec 13, 2011.

  1. workhorseblues

    workhorseblues Senior member

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    Likewise!
     
  2. FlyingLotus

    FlyingLotus Senior member

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    Yeah I liked the old tag too.
    Anyone see a Dayton shirt in khaki xl anywhere?
     
  3. JRS1979

    JRS1979 Senior member

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    Has anyone here tried/owned both the SS12 Bedford and the SS12 Porter in French Terry?

    The Bedford in a S was slightly too narrow for me in the shoulders/chest, and I needed a M.

    I've seen the Porter in the Sales in a S and the measurements look to be slightly more generous than the Bedford. Also, i imagine the French Terry fabric would have a bit more stretch/give in it.

    Can anyone confirm?

    Thanks.
     
  4. blklblk

    blklblk Senior member

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    I confirm.

    The Porter seems like the most generous out of all the jackets i've come across from EG .. The arm opening is wider than any of his other jackets .. and the patch pockets intentionally billow out, the slouchy drape is almost magical .. lol

    The bedford is a much more structured and close-to-the-body fit than the Porter.
     
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  5. randomkoreandude

    randomkoreandude Senior member

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    anyone have the polka dot andover in small sub 200?

    i should have grabbed from steven alan when it was at 199 :(
     
  6. London

    London Senior member

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    that's a tough find
     
  7. siglo vi

    siglo vi Senior member

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    have a mini polkadot andover in S.. not interested in selling but would be willing to trade for ghurka peacocks in 32
     
  8. randomkoreandude

    randomkoreandude Senior member

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  9. timpoblete

    timpoblete Senior member

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    Got the Miner Shirt from Gary over the weekend and I have to say that the pockets are very conveniently designed. A pocket notebook fits perfectly in the left chest pocket and the pen is segregated. The right pocket is also well suited for a phone.

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  10. slide13

    slide13 Senior member

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    I love my miner shirt (FW11), doesn't get the same love as the workshirt but I think it's a cool design. Right chest pocket is also great for holding sunglasses in the summer time.
     
  11. the_state

    the_state Senior member

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    Anyone have styling pics of the tan surforger upland vest???
     
  12. Najee D.

    Najee D. Senior member

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    Not trying to be a ball buster, but if you know the exact name of an item a google image search can get you a ton of results. Now if you wanted styling pics from a member, then feel free to disregard my comment and keep rockin' on. LINK
     
  13. timpoblete

    timpoblete Senior member

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    ^A good amount shows up in that search.

    Here's what I have in my photobucket:

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  14. timpoblete

    timpoblete Senior member

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    Sharing my FW12 and SS12 photobuckets. Links are in my signature. Enjoy!
     
  15. mike1445

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    These are great, does EG make anything big enough for myself at a size 46 chest, saw someone had a XL herringbone bedford jacket up for sale but the sizing seemed small for an xl...
     
  16. robin

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    They do make big sizes, but stores have to order them. Just have to keep an eye out and ask around. I think I even saw some XXL sizes at Jack Straw last night, and I know Bureau has in the past as well.
     
  17. mike1445

    mike1445 Senior member

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    Am I right that stuff like the Bedford runs small tho?
     
  18. mike868y

    mike868y Senior member

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    yeah, their tailored wear is generally on the small size. i'm almost always an xs but wear a small in the bedford. I could probably squeeze into an xs, but small is 1) easier to find 2) a little more true to the desired EG fit.
     
  19. dixonmanor

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    All right, I'm an idiot and slept on the SS Fatigue pants. Just grabbed a pair of the French Blue version, and the fit may be my favorite EG pant fit yet. Looking hard for a khaki version in size 34, which I can't seem to find ANYWHERE.
     
  20. timpoblete

    timpoblete Senior member

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    Are these the Workaday French Blue fatigues or the EG SS12 slimmer leg fatigues? Anyways, the khaki version was carried by Gary. Not sure if he has any left.
     

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