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*** The official PATRIK ERVELL thread ***

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by sipang, Feb 12, 2011.

  1. whyme?

    whyme? Senior member

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    ^ i've got the moleskin in medium / tan if you're interested. super nice jacket.
     
  2. elisiX

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    lol how much Ervell do you have mate :)
     
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    zzzzap Senior member

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    Does anyone know how this seasons pleated pants fit?
     
  4. quicksilverXP

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    Just pulled the trigger on the Field Coat in size Small. I'm 5 feet 8 inches with about a 38 inch chest. I fit this season's Pocket Sweaters and Baseball Knits in size small and was wondering if I made the right choice in a size S. I've been reading that this season's outerwear fits small.
     
  5. elisiX

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    Hmm, I would have thought an M would be a better choice with those body stats, especially if it does fit small.
     
  6. death shot

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    Just missed out on this on ebay. Forgot to bid last minute. If any of you gents had won the auction, let me know if it does not work out. Will buy.
     
  7. Teger

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    the field coats fit larger than most ervell outerwear
     
  8. whyme?

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    ^ yah think? i'd say the 38" chested man is going to be out of luck with the small. i'm around 36 and wear medium. although the lined A/W version.
     
  9. quicksilverXP

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    Ahh man. Might just order the medium now and sell the small. I was told by the sales team the pit to pit is an inch larger than the a/w version, but I'd rather get input from someone here instead.
     
  10. elisiX

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    If both are available, buy both and return the one which does not fit -assuming they accept returns/refunds on the webstore.
     
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    I'm a 40" chest and the m was fine in the chest just short in the sleeve
     
  12. elisiX

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  13. lmaozedong

    lmaozedong Senior member

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    My field coat fits me fine at XS with a 36 chest. Small should be fine.

    That sucks, elisix, but the one you ended up with is not bad either. Gonna keep?
     
  14. elisiX

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    I'm going to email them and suss it out first.

    If the Grey is in fact out of stock (though still advertised on their site), and they offer a further incentive, then ill keep it most likely.

    Though I probably could have gone with an M. As always a little long in the sleeves (an inch max).

    A little unsure of the drawstring hanging down the front and the lighter color and my complexion might not be the best mix. Ill get a picture up.

    Material on the Khaki is awesome I should add.
     
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  15. elisiX

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    Other than the difference in color and visible drawstring between last years and this, what are the differences in material etc?

    Sounds as though the grey also has a removable lining unlike the Khaki.
     
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  16. quicksilverXP

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    The place I ordered from doesn't accept returns... And in a way I sort of knew the medium would be a little too long for me at my height. I think it was always the size small or nothing at all. Keeping my fingers crossed until I receive it.

    As for the differences between last seasons, the sales staff told me this season's material is not as heavy and is slightly looser, I'm guessing for spring summer purposes.
     
  17. Teger

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    isn't the grey jacket from f/w, and the khaki jacket is from s/s? the khaki jacket is a windbreaker-esque take on a traditional 60/40 jacket.
     
  18. elisiX

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    That might be the case Teger, however the SS jacket I received is not like a windbreaker IMO. It's quite heavy and warn enough for winter IMO.

    I havent handled the FW version to compare it to though I know it does come with a removable liner which would make it even more ideal for winter.
     
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    There was a Khaki version of the FW field jacket for 2012; probably a stupid question but did you check to make sure that the tag says that it is from SS?
     
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    Does anyone know where I can find the Formal Pants in Navy Size 30? I'm feeling like they might be a better fit for me than the Standards.
     

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