- Feb 10, 2020
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Are the camel ulsters still much darker than the color in the pictures?
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It’s at my natural waist, so I think it’s positioned correctly, but I might have the buttons moved so it’s at least more flush. Very easy fix though.Looks excellent from the front. I know it needs a press, but that back belt seems off to me. Maybe it’s too high. It hangs down as opposed to going straight across.
definitely doesn’t need the waist let out- there’s a lot of room as is. I think the wrinkles are having an effect, but all my overcoats do the same thing. I think it’s just the nature of the fabric.I also dig the main reverse back pleat that carries over from the polo coats, with the additional side pleats gathered at the belt.
Very cool effect.
The bottom vent seems to splay open, which could be cleaned up. Not sure if it's a design issue, or the waist is too snug.
The polo coat I bought from S&M had vent flare issues. There was material to let out in the waist and the issue was fixed.
Pics, please! Considering this one also!Received my gray herringbone polo coat. 40R contemporary, 175lb 6'0, and it fits great without a jacket when the belt is tightened and with a jacket (40R contemporary) in the default position. Heavier than I may end up needing in Texas, but man is it gorgeous. Can't wait for it to get colder.
If you order your normal size, there's enough room for a jacket underneath while giving you the ability to move around. The DB overcoat from a couple years ago might have looked more tailored, but doing something like driving with it on was pretty constricting.As soon as I saw it, I was totally conviced to get the ulster coat but the photos posted on the previous pages have slightly put me off.
I understand that an overcoat requires a full cut, but honestly this seems to have an excess of fabric around the waist and chest. The overall shape is not flattering imho.
Perhaps nothing that a good tailor cannot fix, but I'm still hesitant.