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

  1. maregmareg

    maregmareg Well-Known Member

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    Fatigues seem quite cropped this season, or is it just people sizing down? They look great anyway.
     

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    Cotton Dockers Distinguished Member

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    It’s definitely the cut, went with my normal size and they are a few inches shorter than usual
     

  3. maregmareg

    maregmareg Well-Known Member

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    Shit... that’s basically the only thing that stops me from getting those. I wonder how painter pants in similar patchwork style fit.
     

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    blue peter Senior Member

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    and this...thanks to @farood for the body vest grail :fistbump: (even though my wife says it makes me look like a bobby, haha). still looking for the khaki in a large, if you know of one, lemme know!


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    fw11 down body vest
    ss18 round collar shirt
    ss19 patchwork fatigues
    chucks
     

  5. Chunsak

    Chunsak Senior Member

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    Love that vest, dude!
     

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    avantbored Well-Known Member

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    Anyone get the New Bedford? Curious about fit. Seems like a happy medium between Baker and classic Bedford.
     

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    whereeaglesdare Senior Member

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    @avantbored Yes, that's a good analogy. The NB is slimmer in the body than the Bedford and the lapels are slightly smaller. Overall it has a more sleek and tailored look than its predecessor.
     

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    beneficialmovie Well-Known Member

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    Thank you!
     

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    They are much wider in the leg, larger waist, and a little more length, though negligible. I will put up a fit with them tomorrow.
     

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    The pant fit here with the Chucks is perfect. The intentional crop on the spring fatigues was a really good move IMO.
     

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    beneficialmovie Well-Known Member

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    from the semifinals of mfa's fit battle

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    mhl beanie
    fw18 navy duck canvas upland vest
    battenwear sweatshirt
    ss19 denim painter's pants
    eg vans
     

  12. maregmareg

    maregmareg Well-Known Member

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    SO GOOD! This is exactly the fit that I'm aiming for with all my pants basically. What's your height how did you size on those Painters? I need them, in the same exact fabric.
     

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    Thanks! I’m 5’10.5” or so. I usually wear M/32 in EG pants. These are M. A bit big in the waist but fine with a belt. I grabbed them from Today Clothing.
     

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    stussy
    fw16 reversible coat
    fw18 8w loiter
    fw15 hooded interliner
    ss16 19cbd
    fw17 flannel new balloon pants
    nb

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    shopcanoeclub Senior Member Affiliate Vendor

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    @blue peter 100% favorite fit in the last dozen or so pages
     

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