Our Legacy

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by JackFrost09, Mar 13, 2010.

  1. MIKE_JE

    MIKE_JE Senior member

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    Bought some of the Our Legacy x Mark Mcnairy boots the other day. Absolutely love them, but got a customs bill from Fed Ex for $150.00 After they arrived. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Something to think about if you're ordering on their webshop from the states.

    Bummer. Must get billed for larger items. I bought a Great Sweat, and two Placket Twill flannels, all separate orders, and never got billed for customs or had any problems. They all got to me within 5 days or less. But, they were smaller fedex soft envelopes.
     


  2. thomasec

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    thanks but the one I'm looking for is not the eco one and a medium grey.

    Hey man, I'm almost 100% positive that the one listed on the OL site is the same one you're looking for. I just received it in the mail from OL, and the color is much more similar to this one:

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    bowvalley2000 Senior member

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    Does anyone have any experience with OL blazers? How slim are they? Are the sleeves narrow? Thanks.
     


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    Stokely Senior member

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    I have two blazers. Fit is epic, not slim necessarily but fitted I guess. TTS for the blazers. I'm a 40 in most suits, went with 50. You won't regret it.
     


  5. thomasec

    thomasec Senior member

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    Anyone seen either of these shirts in stock anywhere in a size small or x-small?

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    thomasec Senior member

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    $10 paypaled to whoever can find the second one (snow wash) in a size small!
     


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    Anyone have any fit pics of of the great sweat? Looks pretty blousey in the TBS product shot...
     


  8. MIKE_JE

    MIKE_JE Senior member

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    They run big IMO, or at least have in the past. I take a small to medium in most everything and at 5'10" 145 I had to take a X-Small.
     


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    I think last season ran a bit smaller than the season before it. I got a medium two seasons ago which fits pretty big. Last season I bought an XL for a friend that I tried on and it only fit slightly larger than the medium in the body and the same in the arms. Not sure about this season.
     


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    Anyone know how the shirts specifically the 1950's (its the slimmest one they offer I believe) fit? Measurements I got seem to say that the chest is quite loose, but are the arms and stuff still slim? How's the fit compared to something like Gitman?
     


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    I'm also interested in the difference between the 1940, the 1950, and Gitman. I've found that the 1940 in small is a nice stand in for the shirt Gitman should make between their small and medium, but I have no experience with the 1950 model.
     


  12. MIKE_JE

    MIKE_JE Senior member

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    Gitman small is smaller than the OL small for sure. OL also fits looong. I've had to get mine tailored, as I feel they are long even at 5'10."
     


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    They are long. I love that they can be tucked in easily though.
     


  15. MIKE_JE

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    I don't know, when shirts are that long, tucking the extra fabric in generally just means they are going to bunch out through the day. Just my experience anyway.

    Going to get a couple flannels tailored today. They do use fucking nice materials, and have some awesome color combos and patterns. Once tailored they are some of my favorite flannels. If they had a better fit off the rack i'd go as far as to say they are some of the nicest flannels out there. I still think they are, kind of a pain in the ass to get them tailored, but worth it.

    I have no experience with the 1950's fit. Looks like it is a bit more tailored. I'm just referring to 1940's.
     
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