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Gitman Brothers Vintage

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by ToruOkada, Apr 13, 2009.

  1. g transistor

    g transistor Senior member

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    Commonwealth, they have a rad as shit floral as well but sold out in my size. I like the SW version of the dragonfly print better.
     
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    max-t Senior member

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    zebra is badass cheetah is all

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    "rawr"
     
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    g transistor Senior member

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    I believe they did but it sold out. They're more of a streetwear store so I understand the two pocket thing, still a poor choice for a pattern like dragonfly. I sent them an email a while ago and they never responded, SW guy literally responded to me 20 minutes after I sent the email and this was about an hour ago. Good guys there. They have a lot more Gitman coming in as well.
     
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    Bought that floral shirt from SW in XS. Thanks!
     
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    max-t Senior member

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    really want that camo in s :/
     
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    GH! I'd been checking out that new FW11 green chambray oxford on Context for the last two days and finally went to pull the trigger... Sold out in medium! Any of you guys get it?? Anyone know who else might be stocking it this season? Preferably stateside?
     
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    Bit unsure on the sizing of these - not sure if I need M or L (i'm interested in the dish towel patterned shirt as well as the oxfords).

    I have a large neck, wide shoulders slim waist. I am 184cm, 186 pounds. I like my shirts to be reasonably trim through the body. Usually shirts than fit me nicely in the body won't do up at the collar and/or have shoulders that are too small.

    For instance in Brooks Brothers ESF, I will buy 16 or 16.5 collar size but then need to get the back darted fairly heavily. I am usually a size 40 suit.

    From the measurements page and what is said here about the fit, an M would be right in everything except the collar (15.5"), which won't do up if I were to wear an M. On the oxfords, this might be a problem, but not so much on the dish towel. Ideally I think i'd get the L collar (16.5") and the M body shape!

    So - do you guys think M or L is the way to go? Do the oxfords fit any differently from the casual shirts such as the dish towel?
     
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    Their shirts do vary from one style to another, but I don't have a broad enough experience to know for shirt how the dish towel fits compared to the oxford. It's been my experience that the oxfords fit a little larger than the chambrays (at least for FW11). I think you should try a medium. I'm 195-200 and the mediums are just a little too small for me. I wear large but some, the oxfords mostly, are just a little on the larger side and while the chest/should/sleeve fit is pretty good the body definitely gets a little roomy. For someone who's a good 10lbs lighter I think it would just be too big probably. The medium seems, to me at least, to be a big jump though and it would probably be a pretty slim fit on you still. I can button up a medium but it's basically skin tight at that point....definitely not a wearable size for me.
     
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    It was me dude, I have the last green in size Medium. Its more of a chameleon grey that shifts to green.
     
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    Didn't know this shirt went on sale at needsupply after being restocked, now it's sold out. If anyone has a sz small they would consider selling, please PM me. Thanks
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    BTW that new faded black floral is sweet, but not sure if I can pull it off
     
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    anyone have toj classic shirt? how do you compare with other brands such as gitman? the quality, fabric etc?
     
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    Ide say Large for sure, im about the same and the fit on the Gitman L is great.
     

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