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Krish the Fish

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Anyone know how the (olive) nylon bomber fits? I am in the market for a nylon bomber and I think this one fits the bill, but unsure about sizing.

For reference my visvim dmgd 101 is size XL, my MMM 5 zip is size 50 (and a hair snug) and I wear a size 50 IT suit (Formosa from NMWA).
Thanks in advance!
 

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Anyone know how the (olive) nylon bomber fits? I am in the market for a nylon bomber and I think this one fits the bill, but unsure about sizing.

For reference my visvim dmgd 101 is size XL, my MMM 5 zip is size 50 (and a hair snug) and I wear a size 50 IT suit (Formosa from NMWA).
Thanks in advance!
SLP outwear sizing is truly all over the place. Having never tried on that jacket, if I had to guess, I'd just order my usual size and hope for the best. Sorry I couldn't be better help, but since this thread is almost dead I felt like I"d at least give you sometihng to work with.
 

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SLP outwear sizing is truly all over the place. Having never tried on that jacket, if I had to guess, I'd just order my usual size and hope for the best. Sorry I couldn't be better help, but since this thread is almost dead I felt like I"d at least give you sometihng to work with.
I appreciate it... when it arrives I’ll make sure to report back
 

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Being unsure of my size I recently bought a pair of SLP off Farfetch to try out that I thought were a D02 due to being listed as skinny, but having shown up now, the white labeling on the inner waistband shows a D03 in a skinny cut (I don't have them in front of me, but they're labeled inside in the same M/SK way). Everything I've read via search seems to indicate that those are normally a straight cut, so did something change on newer pairs, or is it possible they were mislabeled in some way? I tried them on and they definitely seem skinny, plus it appears that SL themselves were the shipper, so I'm just a bit confused.
 

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Being unsure of my size I recently bought a pair of SLP off Farfetch to try out that I thought were a D02 due to being listed as skinny, but having shown up now, the white labeling on the inner waistband shows a D03 in a skinny cut (I don't have them in front of me, but they're labeled inside in the same M/SK way). Everything I've read via search seems to indicate that those are normally a straight cut, so did something change on newer pairs, or is it possible they were mislabeled in some way? I tried them on and they definitely seem skinny, plus it appears that SL themselves were the shipper, so I'm just a bit confused.
D03 up to this point has been the straight leg. D02 M/SK-(either LW,MW or HW) is the skinny depending up on the waist. If possible could you post a pic of the tag (inner leg) and measure the hem and inseam? Also the link would be helpful.

This is as much as I know:
D01 - D01 M/SL-LW (Men’s Slim) and D01 W/SK-LW (women’s skinny)

D02 - D02 M/SK-LW Men’s Skinny and D02 W/SK-MW (Women’s skinny mid waist with back pocket zippers)

D03 - D03 M/ST-LW Men’s Straight

D04 - D01 W/SK-HW Women’s Skinny High waist and Men’s motocross

D05 - D01 W/SK-MW Women’s Skinny Mid waist

D06 -

D07 -

D08 -Women’s motocross

D09 - D09 W/FL-RW Women’s flare runway and D09-M/ML-LW

D10 - Men’s Skinny mid waist

D11 - D11 W/BL-HW Women’s bootcut high waist

D12 -

D13 - D13 M/SK-LW Knee rips and also D13 M/SK-HW Bleached denim

D14 - D14 M/SL-LW Embroidered slim or paint slim

D15 - D15 M/BC -LW and D15 W/FL-HW ankle flair

D16 - D16 W/FL- LW Women’s cropped flared leg and D16 M/BG-LW (baggy)

D17 - D17 W/FL-MW Women’s cropped Midwaist flares and D17 M/FL-MW mens flared mid waist

D18 - D18 M/SK-LW Men’s cropped leg slightly also D18 W/80-LW Womens 80’s/boyfriend and also D18 W/BG-LW dunno

D19 - D19 W/SL-HW Women’s slim leg high waist

D20 - W/TS-MW Women’s shadow pocket

D21 - W/SL-LW Asymmetric women D21 M/SK-LW cropped mens

D22 - University patch (Maybe)

D23

D24 - D24 W/BC-LW Women’s bootcut

D25 - D25 W/BC-LW Women’s bootcut cropped low waist

D26

D27 - D27 W/FL-MW Women’s Flared leg mid waist
 

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D03 up to this point has been the straight leg. D02 M/SK-(either LW,MW or HW) is the skinny depending up on the waist. If possible could you post a pic of the tag (inner leg) and measure the hem and inseam? Also the link would be helpful.
Sure. The specific Farfetch link is here which appears to correlate to this listing on YSL. There's a Saint Laurent envelope inside and as I said it appears that it was sent from them directly.

Measurements are roughly as follows:
Waist: 15"
Front Rise: 9"
Thigh: 9.75"
Inseam: 34"
Hem: 5.75"

D03 Tag.jpg


D03 Tag 2.jpg
 

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last year the private sale for europe started at 31.05, so i guess (hope) it will start next Monday this year.
 

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