Woolrich WM FW10

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  1. garmis

    garmis Senior member

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    could you post fit pics?
    and what about sizes? Can't even imagine how decide what size I need


    I will post fit pics when I can. Just getting cold enough for use in Boston. I have an average to large size head (7 3/8) and purchased a medium..it fits me comfortably. I cannot imagine needing a large for anybody with a head under size 8.
     
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    I've just bought the Maine Guide jacket in Striped wool (not my usual style, but I just love the striped pattern).

    I'm 6'2, 185lbs, just under a 40' chest. I bought an M as I want quite a slim, tight fit, as there's nothing worse when it's cold, in my opinion, than a slightly loose jacket letting in the chill.

    I won't be layering much, either a shirt or a tee shirt when it's a bit warmer. But I'm concerned I've ordered too small. Anyone have hands-on experience?
     
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    I've just bought the Maine Guide jacket in Striped wool (not my usual style, but I just love the striped pattern).

    I'm 6'2, 185lbs, just under a 40' chest. I bought an M as I want quite a slim, tight fit, as there's nothing worse when it's cold, in my opinion, than a slightly loose jacket letting in the chill.

    I won't be layering much, either a shirt or a tee shirt when it's a bit warmer. But I'm concerned I've ordered too small. Anyone have hands-on experience?


    I have a 39" chest and a size medium from last season, fit is perfect for me. However, I still have room to layer. The fit is not loose though. Not sure how broad your shoulder are, but to me a small would be a little extreme based on your build.
     
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    Great, thanks baba booey, hopefully the medium will fit me similarly then.
     
  5. Aries83

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    I've also just ordered the wool jean from The Bureau, anyone own a pair? It would be great to see some pics of them being worn, the fabric looks amazing.

    On a sidenote, will someone please take my fucking bank card away from me!
     
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    On a sidenote, will someone please take my fucking bank card away from me!

    Saying. I need to buy gifts for OTHER people!
     
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    I've just bought the Maine Guide jacket in Striped wool (not my usual style, but I just love the striped pattern). I'm 6'2, 185lbs, just under a 40' chest. I bought an M as I want quite a slim, tight fit, as there's nothing worse when it's cold, in my opinion, than a slightly loose jacket letting in the chill. I won't be layering much, either a shirt or a tee shirt when it's a bit warmer. But I'm concerned I've ordered too small. Anyone have hands-on experience?
    Medium sounds good for a 40' chest, it's a great jacket, I love mine and wear it often.
     
  8. irbe

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    WWM, feels its too big. Layering a thick shirt underneath. Sleeves seem urber long. Is the coat suppose to fit more like a blazer, little shorter?

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    It is intended to hit shorter than a normal sc and agree that the sleeves look too long.
     
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    Sleeves are disproportionally long on many/most WWM stuff--that DOES look a little big, but sleeve length isn't a great way to judge fit for WWM, in my experience.
     
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    Ahh guess not keeping it. Just seems too long. I don't mind getting the sleeves alter, bit just a little too big.
     
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    Anybody is interested in the above, its a melton wool black in MEDIUM from last year. I will be posting it on the Buy&Sell. Disappointed its too big.
     
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    Just picked up an XL of a cotton WWM upland jacket from S/S a season or two ago. Would go for a F/W but I live in LA and I just won't wear a wool jacket much.

    My chest is between a 42 and a slim 44. A ben sherman blazer in XL fits me perfectly.
    My arms are pretty long, too -- I'm about 6'3.

    Should I be worried about sizing, or do I sound about right for WWM in XL?
     
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    ^ Should be fine, I reckon. I'm a regular 38 and have a S/S Upland in medium. It would still fit me if I was a bit larger.

    This is probably unlikely but does anyone know of any European stockists of the hunting balaclava in melton wool?
     
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