Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Fuuma, Nov 14, 2010.
That Rifleman a couple pages back is incredible. Reminds me a bit of the Soloist
Marrkt just added a whole fresh lot of stuff to the Cabourn sale. Mainly shirts this time.
Noone has a spare checked bow tie they're willing to let go?
And how do you like the oil or wax cotton shell?
Does it need to be rewaxed? Is it like the wax on a Barbour jacket?
Hows shirt sizing? TTS? And I assume 50=M
Shirts are TTS IME
I'd say 48 is more like medium and 50 is like a large.
That's really too bad about those trousers, mcqueen. I have them in olive, and they're one of my favorite pairs for summer. Yes, inseam should have been 33-34", same as all of my other Cabourn trousers.
Marrkt almost over and I haven't bought a thing.
I bought the large stripe one in size 50 last time around, and found that the fit was really good around the shoulders, but it was a bit baggy in the body. A bit like the mallory really. The length was good too, not too long. I'm a 40" chest and 32" waist, to put it in context.
I'm a 40" chest but from the measurements on marrkt, it looks like the 48 flannel shirts might fit me, snug but not tight. Am I off here or should I go for one of the last few 48 shirts left?
I'm a 40" chest and 33" waist and wear 48. I'm 6' even and weigh 163lbs. When I weighed 191 lbs and had a 36" waist I wore a 50. Hope that helps and hope I keep the weight off. Replacing NC clothes is an expensive thing to do.
Hmm, I'm 6'3" with 40" chest and 36" waist and 194 lb so I guess 50 would be better for me. Cheers for the heads up, saved me £150
Oh yeah. I'd definitely say 50. Btw, I have a few items in 50 for sale.
LN-CC have marked some stuff from the summer down again, I think. Not much interesting left apart from the cameraman going for a song if you're really wee.
Hmm tricky one.. The stripe shirt is made in Japan but I think the flannel one might be made in England. The flannels from last season (which I saw in, erm, Flannels..) were made in England so I don't know if the sizes correspond exactly.
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