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Pendleton Sizing

DocHunter

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I'm about to order a wool work jacket/coat from Pendleton, the Buffalo Check one. How do these usually run from Pendleton? Big or small? Should I order a medium if I'm usually a medium?

It's been my experience ordering from outdoor workwear places like Orvis and Woolrich that they usually run very big. Is pendleton like this too?
 

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Originally Posted by DocHunter
I'm about to order a wool work jacket/coat from Pendleton, the Buffalo Check one. How do these usually run from Pendleton? Big or small? Should I order a medium if I'm usually a medium?

It's been my experience ordering from outdoor workwear places like Orvis and Woolrich that they usually run very big. Is pendleton like this too?

yes.........the pendleton I have......about 1 year old..... is 1 size bigger than I am used to and/or prefer....and I don't like stuff super slim
 

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I had my brother bring over 2 Pendleton Board Shirts from http://www.drewsboots.com

In the UK, XXL usually means tight around the shoulders and too short in the arms.

However, the XXL Pendleton shirts are much bigger, helped by the fact that they also sell this particular model in a 'long' length.

I've no idea as to whether they shrink (100% wool) after a few washes.
 

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Originally Posted by Lear
I had my brother bring over 2 Pendleton Board Shirts from http://www.drewsboots.com

In the UK, XXL usually means tight around the shoulders and too short in the arms.

However, the XXL Pendleton shirts are much bigger, helped by the fact that they also sell this particular model in a 'long' length.

I've no idea as to whether they shrink (100% wool) after a few washes.


They'll shrink if you toss them in the drier or wash them in hot water. Did that and now I'm a bit POed. Hell I know better, I have a ton of wool clothing. Sigh..........
 

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