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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. NaTionS

    NaTionS Senior member

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    That's one of the most boring versions of the wick... Probably part of the reason.
     
  2. Regg

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    plus duty, though, right?
     
  3. leeba

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    Yea - customs roulette. I'll take my chances. I don't know dude, I didn't like the gradient one on SP but I did like the shoulder detail one - too bad that one sold out fast. The green one on GP is apparently shitty wool and the black one looks flat and the epitome of boring (but its gravity pope so the pictures suck). I dig the midnight-navyish textured wool on this one...maybe it's just me haha
     
  4. PDinh

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    Bought the Chandler jacket from WW which came out to be around 330. Got hit by a 70 dollar duty fee from fedex. Just a heads up.
     
  5. Severisth

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  6. lxh

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    i sold my navy wick from ww with the issue being that is was too thin. The body is lightly quilted but the sleeves are very thin - comparable to a light weight wool blazer.
    i was expecting it too be a heavier coat i could wear in the winter. it's definitely more suitable for mild climates.
     
  7. el Bert

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    I'm almost certain that Wick comes in different weights of wool the triple grey Wick that Abraxis has that I've seen in person had a nice weight to it and also the two Merino coats I have are of different weight. The tan/camel is thicker more rigid and the gradation color I have is softer but has the padded body.
     
  8. Severisth

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    How did that new Merino work out Bert? Was curious how that size 5 compared to your camel size 4
     
  9. NaTionS

    NaTionS Senior member

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    I'm guessing the size 5 doesn't fit you properly. You should sell it to me.
     
  10. el Bert

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    Honestly I think they were both 4s. They both fit the same but the gradient one is a sample and the other is from a store and tagged size 4. It might be the material that determines the sizing I know that's how the Wick coat was. I think the black one that SP was slightly bigger than the grey one that they had.

    That grey/blue one you had was probably best colorway I've seen but I think it's similar to this gradient. Honestly I'm usually between a 5-6 in SS or 40/50/large and this fits good. I can fit my oversized fujiwara knit under this coat. Wool is lighter but softer.
     
  11. el Bert

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    You'd probably be like #6 in line lol
     
  12. Severisth

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    Schneider sizing: always a mystery. Wear a size 6 in the base shirt, but a 4 in most other things
     
  13. Regg

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    I took some pictures of the size 3 that's floated around through a few hands. Might post it tonight in B&S
     
  14. NAMOR

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    Wrong weather 50/50 chance hit with customs. And they mark everything full value so tax is between 25-30% off the full retial of the wick. Still a solid deal though
     
  15. el Bert

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    They shouldn't mark it at full value if that's not the value of the item id check the invoice because if they're doing that they shouldn't be.
     
  16. Brothersport

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    Damn, I wanted to buy the wick from gravitypope the day after the sale ended. I emailed em to see if they could give me the sale price and they replied that they couldn't because the brand wanted it back at the regular price.
     
  17. kwonster

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    any thoughts on the lump sweater?

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    Usually avoid anything with mohair but this doesn't look too bad. Arms look a bit long though.
     
  18. Donut

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    GP make it look terrible when it is pretty decent in person albeit boring imo. The fabric is nice though so if you like the color then go for it/
     
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    Yeah sucks.
     
  20. reedobandito

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    How much stretch does the BEE cardigan have? Can't find a IV anywhere but have seen a III for sale in the marketplace...Is there any chance of it fitting me? My Stark has similar measurements and fits me great but it's really stretchy.
     

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