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Pendleton Vintage Fit

Spencer

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Looking to pick up a Pendleton Vintage Fit shirt. I know this fit is "slimmer" but seeing is how big their regular fit shirts are, I wanted to get an idea if the vintage fit really is slim, or just a bit more fitted. Would it compare to a standard Gitman Vintage...maybe another brand...? Thanks.

 

Piroshky

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Um, well, it's not a skinny cut for sure. It's meant to be "fitted", I would go TTS, to be honest. I am in between a small and medium, went with the small, and got kind of wonky proportions with the fit. It's certainly cut to be fitted, but it's not going to be a particularly aggressive-fitted look.

This probably didn't help at all. Honestly, I would order true to size.
 

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We've carried this in the shop for two seasons. The fit is fairly comparable to Gitman Vintage. If you have any of our shirts, then order one size down.

This Fall, Pendleton is introducing their washable-wool flannels in Vintage fit. Can't wait for those - especially the Beach Boys plaid
 

kooljay07

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I have several pendelton board shirts, and they are boxy. should be worn as a shirt-jac, and hey only button the top button and look like jessie james!
 

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