Yes, I’ve had good fortune with their sport coats. No shrinkage issues there.Alright, based on Seph's claims of an upgraded "shrinkage allowance" formula, the website's description of said calculations, I've gone ahead and ordered a couple of winter shirts. I've wanted to order in these fabrics for some time but got such a ridiculous fit on the first try that I've been leary. The japanese low-twist overshirt in particular looks great, and I'll be glad to finally see it happen.
Both fabrics claim "standard shrinkage allowance is applied", and if I understand the site correctly, that means that only the cuff and colar around measurements will be augmented, so the rest of the shirt should fit according to my provided measurements. We'll see how it goes. They should arrive with plenty of cold weather left.
If it works, I'll be making a larger purchase for sure.
Does anyone have any experience with their sportcoats? do they clone existing models?
Have they updated their shrinkage formula? I continue to be concerned because I have at least seven shirts that are substantially smaller than what I ordered, post wash. But the heavy oxfords and heavy flannels seem to have minimal shrink.
My slate chambray and madras and linen shirts have all shrunk dramatically, so I don’t trust ordering those fabrics again. Not sure on dress shirts.