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Woolrich WM FW10

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by robin, Jan 18, 2010.

  1. whatever123

    whatever123 Senior member

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    I just ordered a parka from WWM. Hope it will keep me dry and warm here in Chicago.

    mountain parka? from where?

    Pretty sure EG is sourced from a number of different manufacturers. I would bet that WWM is no different.

    thanks.
     
  2. racknac

    racknac Senior member

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    yeah, bought a mountain parka from Odin NYC.
     
  3. whatever123

    whatever123 Senior member

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    ^

    yeah, im thinking about that or the ndg field jacket. i need to decide which, its starting to get fucking cold here.
     
  4. canstyleace

    canstyleace Senior member

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    ^ where are you located?
    imho the mountain parka would be better if its more cold and not to wet(rainy), but if its wet and not too cold then field jacket and maybe layer under if necessary.
     
  5. whatever123

    whatever123 Senior member

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    ^ where are you located?
    imho the mountain parka would be better if its more cold and not to wet(rainy), but if its wet and not too cold then field jacket and maybe layer under if necessary.



    in utah. it doesnt rain here at all usually. it is just cold...usually in like the 20s or so. i tend to layer anyway. so you think the mountain parka?
     
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    Interested in what makes you think this. I would give a slight edge to WWM because of my experiences with the outerwear but to me the brands seem to be virtually identical quality wise.
    I own quiet a few pieces of both companies and had never a problem with bottoms or quality in general. Just for the record.
     
  7. canstyleace

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    in utah. it doesnt rain here at all usually. it is just cold...usually in like the 20s or so. i tend to layer anyway. so you think the mountain parka?

    I think that one would suit you better in that weather, the field is not as warm as the mountain in my experience.
     
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  10. racknac

    racknac Senior member

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    Anyone interested in the Maine Guide Jacket Melton Wool (Size S or L) for $375? This weekend only! (PM me)

    what about a medium.
     
  11. adamha21

    adamha21 Senior member

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    Not FW2010, but Yoox has the iconic FW08 Corduroy Maine Guide for sale. Not cheap, but I couldn't resist.

    Can't believe that I've had this in my sig forever, and what finally fulfilled it was YOOX.
     
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    There is also a Maine Guide jacket in grey tweed. I'm going to pick up the grey wool flannel shirt - it looks similar to the woodsman shirt.
     
  13. Ritchee

    Ritchee Senior member

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    visagift@yoox saved me 5%
     
  14. canstyleace

    canstyleace Senior member

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    ^fuck that cord jacket is tempting.
     
  15. adamha21

    adamha21 Senior member

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    There is also a Maine Guide jacket in grey tweed. I'm going to pick up the grey wool flannel shirt - it looks similar to the woodsman shirt.

    That guncheck tweed fabric was the best wool fabric from FW09. Yoox has had that jacket for a while and I've been eyeballing it--the cord is better IMO though.
     
  16. constant struggle

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    someone find me a navy wool maine guide jacket please in size small, i *need* this jacket
     
  17. robin

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    The FW08 cord version was probably one of the best pieces to come out of WWM. Adam - if you could only get one then I would definitely recommend the cord over the wool. I've found mine to be much more versatile here in the northwest, except of course for the few really cold days that we seem to be in right now.
    someone find me a navy wool maine guide jacket please in size small, i *need* this jacket
    There is a FW07 version in black on yoox in a small: http://www.yoox.com/item/YOOX/WOOLRI...Q/sts/sr_men80 The navy ones in recent seasons are pretty much black under most types of light anyways. Edit: also, fuck yoox's wwm pricing.
     
  18. adamha21

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    The FW08 cord version was probably one of the best pieces to come out of WWM. Adam - if you could only get one then I would definitely recommend the cord over the wool. I've found mine to be much more versatile here in the northwest, except of course for the few really cold days that we seem to be in right now. Edit: also, fuck yoox's wwm pricing.
    Yeah there wasn't really a debate--I saw the cord last night in a full size run and jumped on it. I agree with you it is one of the best examples of arguably the most iconic piece of Daiki's run. Agreed on Yoox's pricing though.
     
  19. meso

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    Edit: also, fuck yoox's wwm pricing.

    Seriously. I like the style, but for two seasons out...?
     
  20. racknac

    racknac Senior member

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    Not FW2010, but Yoox has the iconic FW08 Corduroy Maine Guide for sale. Not cheap, but I couldn't resist.

    Can't believe that I've had this in my sig forever, and what finally fulfilled it was YOOX.


    Link to th product? Yoox has generic descriptions.
     

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