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Komuga

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Looking for some nice classic fit fatigue pants in navy - what do people think of this season's offerings? Would any recommend going another direction, like Orslow?
I got this seasons navy twill and khaki twill fatigues. I like them a lot. They have a very short inseam and a high rise so if you’re taller than like 5’10 I wouldn’t get them unless you like the cropped look.
I also really dig Orslow but I don’t think they make a navy fatigue. I have a pair of the green ones and like them
 

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Looking for some nice classic fit fatigue pants in navy - what do people think of this season's offerings? Would any recommend going another direction, like Orslow?
orslow fatigues are great
 

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Looking for some nice classic fit fatigue pants in navy - what do people think of this season's offerings? Would any recommend going another direction, like Orslow?
@withbluejeans
If you are looking for a size 34, I have a pair of EG navy double cloth fatigues (BNWT) listed in B&S. They are a standard fit and I provided measurements.
 

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Thinking about picking up the loiter jacket. What is sizing like? I'm usually a 50/medium.
 

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Lately, they’ve run pretty big, with a smaller than usual amount of difference in the chest measurement between sizes. I’d say a small or medium for sure, depending on how you want it to fit.
 

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I have a pretty big chest and back, so I'll go for a medium.

Any good styled photos of the loiter jacket around? Looking for a light jacket to put on over a t-shirt, basically.
 

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Copped a Loiter jacket from Drinkwaters. Couldn't be any happier with the relaxed fit. Sized down from an S to XS.
Thank you! We're pleased that you like it and we very much appreciate your business. Take care!
 

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Nepenthes NY web store is up.

 

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Nepenthes NY web store is up.

what a miracle...
 

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Anyone know of a Zenmarket style service for buying from North America to the rest of the world?

Nepenthes NY web store is up.

 

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Question on sizing EG vests, particularly the SS20 game vests.

I exclusively wear size small across my EG tops and bottoms. All of the EG shirts, sweats, jackets and outerwear that I’ve purchased over the years are size small. I’ve never ventured up to a medium in any EG garment.

If I want to layer the vest over a work shirt and bedford / NB jacket combo OR over a medium weight hoodie, can I comfortably wear the vest in a size small? Or do you guys size up one in order to layer?

Part of me feels like I can safely size up to a medium since the vest is relatively short across all sizes and since I won’t have to worry about sleeve length.

FYI - I’m 170 cm / 69 kg (athletic build) with a 95 cm chest and 45 cm shoulders.
 
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