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*** The official PATRIK ERVELL thread ***

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

  1. elisiX

    elisiX Senior member

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    That is a ridiculous shipping price.
     
  2. onbeatontime

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    Surely a mistake, especially after specifically announcing reduced shipping rates only about a month ago? Have also emailed.
     
  3. patagonianwild

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    I seem to have paid 108 dollars for shipping last week. In my psychotic craze I seem to have not noticed it before afterwards, but that is pretty fucking high.
     
  4. death shot

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    Because of the heaviness of the fabric it is going to take a day or two to break this bad boy. This is the kind of sweater that should have been worn to siege Leningrad: Warm, thick, and from what I can already tell, incredibly durable.

    I think it looks pretty cool, my girlfriend really loves it on me.


    I've never had the pleasure of wearing the pocket sweater though I've been looking for a black or gray one on the cheap for some time.

    I'm about 5'9 and slim. For me the fit seems to be spot on. I'll take a fit pic if you like.
     
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    I would appreciate an in the wild shot. What size did you get?

     
  6. rublev

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    Anyone asking about international shipping, please post your answer here! Probably a bit redundant for lots of people to email the same question. Seems bizarre to charge that amount so i'm hoping it's a blip (somehow).
     
  7. death shot

    death shot Senior member

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    zzzzap,

    I purchased a small
     
  8. Te Ora

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    This was the response I got regarding international shipping. Paypal seems like the way to go. Hopefully they offer a partial refund to anyone who was overcharged.


     
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    Bought the unstructured blazer, had to get a 36 as 38 had sold out. Usually take xs in ervell and size s or xs in other designers, a bot concerned that the 36 may still be too small. How slim do they fit? There doesn't appear to be measurements on the site so it's hard to compare with something else
     
  10. toothsomesound

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    there are literally diagrammed measurement charts for every item. click the all capital text that' reads MEASUREMENT DETAILS.
     
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    Yeah, they don't seem to have the measurements for 36 though. Was hoping to hear from people who have the blazer and can share their views
     
  12. ambivalence

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    Does anybody know how to fix the hat? My strap broke and I only been using it for a month?!
     
  13. death shot

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    Weird that the strap broke. I have two of them that I wear literally every day and they're like tanks... Post pics of what happened...
     
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    Honestly i have no idea it broke. no idea what to do now.... :(
     
  15. death shot

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    Did the stitching come loose? If not, it might have just unraveled and slipped through the stitching. I bet we could come up with some way to fix that. It might require somehow binding the fibers together so that you can put it back through, and then re-stitching through the braiding so that it doesn't happen again.
     
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    How do the hats fit? Would they work for someone with a tiny head, 7 1/8.

    Turqoise PS came in and it fits slim. Safe to go TTS or even a size up. I could've gone with a medium considering I wanted a looser fit, but it'll probably stretch out some. Color is great and the wool feels very soft to the hand, but slightly itchy when worn.
     
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    late pass on this but ervell women's also uses numeric sizing, except its 0 1 2 3. the sizing is unfortunately child-sized. the 3 is basically a small womens 4. i hear they're working on this for ss14...
     
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    I have been trying to decide between grey melange or turquise myself and trying to decide whether to go TTS or size up. I'm generally a small too. Any chance at a fit pic?
     
  19. skitlets

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    I'll try to post one tonight.
     
  20. jaac

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    Anyone got info or feedback about the field coat? Keen to kop one when further sale happens.

    Anyone have an idea when that might be?
     

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