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The unofficial NMWA Buy/Sell Thread (a.k.a. second chance thread)

clee1982

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Jeez, that's a lot of good stuff.

I will add, I have the Moscow in the same Aubergine fabric, and I think it's subtler and darker than it comes through in these pictures. More burgundy, less pinkish.
same color as this? Looks almost purple

 

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Someone can just buy this guy’s outwear and “closest complete in outwear” in one go, though seriously what are you keeping if you’re selling these (or you moved to somewhere warm?)
Combination of moving/downsizing and getting fat over the years :rotflmao:

same color as this? Looks almost purple

Yeah, that's the same color (although the BF does not have a herringbone pattern) - NMWA does a much better job with the lighting.
 

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So for those who has single breast and Moscow, is it a bit duplicate, or SB without arctic liner is good general (as in not too warm) rain coat and suffice say for fall?
I have both in M. I wish my SB was a size up because I can only fit a single layer with the liner in, and more layers would help with warmth. There’s definitely overlap, but I’d say the Moscow is more purpose built for the cold and handles colder temps but conversely you’d get a bit too toasty in warmer temps since the shearling liner isn’t removable. The SB without liner would be similar to a mackintosh and could probably handle down to the mid 40s depending on what you’re wearing underneath, and the liner adds another 10-20 degrees of temp range downwards. I don’t think it would be too warm if you had minimal layering, but I haven’t worn it in that scenario yet.
 

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Hum, think if I go for SB I’ll probably just keep it as a raincoat and keep Moscow exclusive winter
 

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Happy Sunday Gents. Wanted to pop in and let you know the first bits of the NMWA trade up virtual pop up are closing tonight, so theres tons and tons of your favorite stuff. Too much to list individually, but type your favorite brand in this link's search bar and Im sure you will find stuff. Hammer starts to fall at 5:30 pm EST!
 

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Hum, think if I go for SB I’ll probably just keep it as a raincoat and keep Moscow exclusive winter
The SB runs small especially if you want to wear it with the liner. I am a 36R/small in most brands, wear a M in the NR SB. With the liner I can wear it down to 15F or so.
 

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Forgot that I still had this.

Niche Floral Sweatshirt - LNWT Large - $150 shipped OBO

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Moving a few pieces to buy more pieces. All pieces are size Medium and include shipping in the CONUS.

Tony Loden Green Cord Shacket. Unworn. Amazing piece but went overboard on cordoruy this season and want to get the vegan suede version. $365 shipped.
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NR Single-Breasted Raincoat in Mixed Navy. Worn twice. $550 shipped.
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Byborre C Jacket in black, blue and green Mix. Worn once. $350 shipped.
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Monday bump.

NR Single Breasted now $500.
Byborre $300.
 

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The SB runs small especially if you want to wear it with the liner. I am a 36R/small in most brands, wear a M in the NR SB. With the liner I can wear it down to 15F or so.
hum, what if I don't intend to wear with the arctic liner, can you get away with same size in SB vs. Moscow (i.e. both small) or still advise to size up (I'm also 36, though 36S)?

think I might keep SB as purely rain coat if I get it, might worn over suits though, is sleeve tight or shoulder narrow vs. Moscow?
 

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hum, what if I don't intend to wear with the arctic liner, can you get away with same size in SB vs. Moscow (i.e. both small) or still advise to size up (I'm also 36, though 36S)?

think I might keep SB as purely rain coat if I get it, might worn over suits though, is sleeve tight or shoulder narrow vs. Moscow?
A tad bit tighter than the Moscow but I can grab some measurements so you have an idea.

In short though, I take the same size for all my NR stuff and just layer differently based on what I'm wearing. Know some folks recommend sizing up on the bumfreezer/single breasted from the Moscow but I'm not usually not trying to wear thick knits/multiple layers underneath those.
 

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hum, what if I don't intend to wear with the arctic liner, can you get away with same size in SB vs. Moscow (i.e. both small) or still advise to size up (I'm also 36, though 36S)?

think I might keep SB as purely rain coat if I get it, might worn over suits though, is sleeve tight or shoulder narrow vs. Moscow?
If you don’t intend to wear it with the liner I think you could take your normal size.
 

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