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Ripstop, right?
No, melton/sail cloth. This quote from the website's So They Say section is me ;)

"The flight jacket is a pleasure to wear thus far. The cut, colour, and craftsmanship are, respectively, sharp, saturated, and sturdy. I look forward to giving it more than the recent weak west-coast winter weather to brave up to.

So said a chap who purchased the flight jacket in a melton / sail-canvas combination in November of 2017."
 

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No, melton/sail cloth. This quote from the website's So They Say section is me ;)

"The flight jacket is a pleasure to wear thus far. The cut, colour, and craftsmanship are, respectively, sharp, saturated, and sturdy. I look forward to giving it more than the recent weak west-coast winter weather to brave up to.
So said a chap who purchased the flight jacket in a melton / sail-canvas combination in November of 2017."
You should never believe those testimonials!

The jacket is a cracker. It takes me back. I haven't seen one of those for a year or two.
 

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nice! Been to Madison a couple of times—surprised there aren’t more skaters out on the lake!
Think I just got lucky towards the end of the day, there were plenty of other skaters, but most everybody was playing hockey down the east end.
 

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Apologies if it's premature, just curious if ideas around SB3's for Spring have solidified? What kind of colours and materials can be expected and if there'll be matching trousers?
 

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Apologies if it's premature, just curious if ideas around SB3's for Spring have solidified? What kind of colours and materials can be expected and if there'll be matching trousers?
We will be making some in heavy-ish and very machine-washable linen.

Plus some trousers — most likely the dress trousers, but the field trousers have an outside chance. (All of the trousers have been tweaked a fair amount in the time over Christmas, so all have new features and details here and there.)
 

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need to get the sleeves tailored but still in love with this coat
I like that library with the ladder in the background too. Looks really sturdy so you could swing on it like Belle from Beauty and the Beast.
 

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@sehkelly will you be making any jackets and coats in extra extra larger sizes in the near future (Size 46-48 chest)?
 

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@sehkelly will you be making any jackets and coats in extra extra larger sizes in the near future (Size 46-48 chest)?
I am sorry to say that's not on the cards, no. Sizes L and XL have become less and less popular over the past few years. I don't know why. That's just the direction our customer base has gone. We'll continue to offer XL in everything we make, but we make relatively few of them — and XXL and up, which was a consideration a few years ago, is highly unlikely to happen any time soon.

Sorry!
 

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I am sorry to say that's not on the cards, no. Sizes L and XL have become less and less popular over the past few years. I don't know why. That's just the direction our customer base has gone. We'll continue to offer XL in everything we make, but we make relatively few of them — and XXL and up, which was a consideration a few years ago, is highly unlikely to happen any time soon.

Sorry!
thank you for the reply. Do you offer mtm/mto for your overcoat models?
 

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