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Stephan Schneider. You'll Always Find Me In The Kitchen At Parties.

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by jwkicks, Jun 22, 2011.

  1. Francks

    Francks Senior member

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    Has anyone got the measurements for the 'ends trousers' - cotton (canvas or gabardine like version) ?
     
  2. kraands

    kraands Senior member

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    Trousers Ends Dust Cotton, size V:

    Waist: 16.75"
    Rise: 10.5"
    Inseam: 33"
    Thigh: 11"
    Knee: 8.5"
    Leg Opening: 7.25"

    Trousers Ends Navy Wool:

    IV
    Waist: 16.5"
    Rise: 10.25"
    Inseam: 34"
    Thigh: 10.5"
    Knee: 8"
    Leg Opening: 7"

    V
    Waist: 17"
    Rise: 10.5"
    Inseam: 34"
    Thigh: 11"
    Knee: 8.25"
    Leg Opening: 7"
     
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  3. Francks

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    Thanks a lot!

    Do you also have them for the dust cotton in size IV ?
     
  4. kraands

    kraands Senior member

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    I don't, sorry. If you email Justin at Neighbour, he can tell you.
     
  5. Francks

    Francks Senior member

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    I did. Just waiting for his reply now.

    I'm not sure they will restock them in IV though.
     
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    Right, that was my thought too. The wool version is pretty awesome, I have a pair in IV.
     
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  7. Francks

    Francks Senior member

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    Shouldn't have waited!

    I haven't seen them anywhere else btw. Any other stockists have them ? Only the dark grey version...
     
  8. kraands

    kraands Senior member

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    I haven't seen them anywhere else.
     
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    Still have my BEE cardigan in size III sitting at home with tags awaiting my decision to keep it or not.. very torn.. bit slim in the arms for me..
     
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    Same reason I sold mine..too slim on the arms.
     
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    anyone besides mindtrive carrying the bee cardi in wine (size 7)?
     
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    nope. (good luck finding size 7 anything)
     
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    superego Senior member

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    thanks for rubbing it in
     
  15. sipang

    sipang Senior member

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    Can't you get away with a size 6 though ? Always found Schneider wool knits to be pretty forgiving, haven't handled this one though.
     
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    superego Senior member

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    possible, depending on the specific piece...21.5 ptp on size 6 in the bee looks like it might be pushing it though
     
  17. mythage

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    Looking for a red Ijevan in size 4... let me know if anyone wants to sell theirs.
     
  18. NaTionS

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    Paraffin jacket sizing: TTS or size up? If I'm a L/52 should I go for a 7 or 6? I've heard some mention that the shoulder/chest are slim.
     
  19. Brothersport

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    Which one? wool or cootton?

    I'm a 38" and my V in wool is a size too big. My IV in cotton fits well in the chest, although the shoulders are slim.
     

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