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Show us how you roll in Engineered Garments

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Drinkwaters, Feb 28, 2007.

  1. ericleavitt

    ericleavitt Senior member

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    By the way it fits perfectly in the shoulders, chest, sleeves. It's just cropped, after looking up pictures of styling, I think it's supposed to be very cropped.

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  2. El QUaG

    El QUaG Senior member

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    I sized up without hesitation. I'm normally Medium im all EG outerwear, and sizing up was an easy decision to to avoid wearing a jacket with short arms.
     
  3. rotide

    rotide Active Member

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    Twill 17 with reverse vest

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  4. ericleavitt

    ericleavitt Senior member

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    but the arms fit perfectly, it's just the torso which is cropped. I spoke with iicky over at independence-chicago, and he was telling me that was the design of this jacket. It's reminiscent to 1940's aviator jackets.
     
  5. ramdomthought

    ramdomthought Senior member

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    Can you zip it?

    it looks fine enough, and it sounds like you really like it! If that's the case and you'll wear it, keep it and keep wearing it!
     
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  6. ericleavitt

    ericleavitt Senior member

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    yes everywhere it fits perfectly and nice and roomy, besides the length of the jacket.
     

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