- Sep 9, 2015
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we'll go from the feet up:
shoes: hoka tor ultra low
pants: eg fa pants
shirt: vintage mlk jr.
sweater: old cdg cardigan (tags are faded, so not sure on date)
hat: kapital old man and the sea crash remake
excited to be here!
No, that would have probably been a good idea, although my EG philosophy size-wise is to roll with whatever Daiki releases, starting with an M as a baseline. EG shirts have definitely crept into "oversize" territory the last few years...This is an M; for reference I'm 180 cm/72kg, 39/40" chest depending on how many pushups I've done...it's easily 10 cm longer in the body and 8 cm wider in the chest than some of my workshirts from even 3-4 years ago.Did you size down in the workshirt?
I would think Sebago is pretty TTS, as a mass-market brand. So whatever your Brannock is...I'd take a 9.5; I wear a 9.5 in Nike and take 8.5 in RW but with thick socks.Need advice on Sebago Overlap.
If my size is 9.5 in Nike, 8 in Redwing, what should be my Sebago size?
Thank you, gents.