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Taylor Stitch - Official Affiliate Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by taylorstitch, Jun 7, 2012.

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  1. stevefok

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    Thanks for the info. I think I will stay with 36 XS in my future purchase.
     
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    Wow, such a cool fabric indeed. Please try to bring them back!! Great if you can bring back the California Confetti and the ISC utility shirt as well! @summersteve
     
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    Anyone comment on the Rover Jacket sizing? From the TS site reviews it looks like size up, but from a thread search some sized down. I'm a M-40 on all button up shirts, L in the henleys/tees, L in long haul fit OK...
     
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    I would recommend sizing up, I am XS-36 in shirts and project jacket, but 36 in rover jacket is too small for me.

    As I mentioned, I am 5'7" and 38 rover jacket fit great. I def recommend 38 for you instead of 36.
     
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    Sadly I don't own a maritime shirt jacket, but considering it has the same measuments as other shirt styles but with a much heavier fabric, I think going for 38 would be the wiser choice.
     
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    If I have a 37" chest, I'm a 38 in shirts, right? I assume the chest measurement for shirts being larger than their suit jackets is a mistake.
     
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    I know I've probably been one of the most outspoken critics lately but I still love the brand enough to wear it for my wedding. Olive Duck Chore Pants.
     
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    Wow! Congratulations!
     
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    @ub3rmike thanks for the support! Especially on such a momentous occasion! Congratulations friend :)

    @th3buhbuh we have been exploring patterns like that again, and are pretty psyched on what the fall will bring. If anyone has any las minute questions regarding the Telegraph collection please let me know!
     
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    Can I get any feedback on sizing for the Barn Jacket? This is a M, but I have a 41.5" chest so I'm in between sizes.

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    Hey Mike!

    That looks like a good fit to me. The only reason I could see for sizing up is if you wanted to wear more layers underneath of the jacket.

    Any thoughts from the community?

    Also, shoot any questions about the Sailor Twitch collection my way!
     
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    I think the fit of the jackets looks good - again but you probably won't be able to layer any further. If your'e okay with that, then I say stay the course!
     
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    If you like that kind of fit it's fine.

    I have been a critic for sometime of TS jacket fit for being too small, especially in the arms and shoulders.

    I prefer my wrists to be protected by a jacket along with the ability to move comfortably and possibly even layer.

    I'd be worried about the shrink that comes with the first wash.
     
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    Looks too tight, imo.

    No layering possibilities unless you drop weight.
     
  17. stevefok

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    I think the jacket length and the sleeves are a bit short and I would like a better range of motion for a outdoor jacket.
     
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    Looks good as is, but agree that the sleeves are on the short side and it seems like you couldn't even get it comfortably over a sweatshirt, let along a chunkier layer.
     
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    Has anyone received the Mission jackets? Any thoughts?
     
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    Mine fits a little looser in the body, but jesus are the sleeves short. Significantly shorter than anything else from TS.
     
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