Menswear: Winter Jackets / Coats!


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OnlyOneStop
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2936 posts since 3/8/08

11 Dec 2020 10:36
Can anyone on here proxy from South Korea?
MattC
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831 posts since 20/3/12

11 Dec 2020 11:12
Seventyfour wrote: I'm in if someones ordering, couple of bits I want on there

Same!
padawan
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4466 posts since 27/6/03

11 Dec 2020 11:30
morgan wrote:
Seventyfour wrote: I'm sure the Frizmworks m65 is only £200 at all blues Co, includ s a removable inner, probably not on the same level as the McCoy's but worth a punt at that money.

https://m.frizm.co.kr/product/detail.html?product_no=2153&cate;_no=24&display;_group=1

style down parka less than £200!Eek
Is this legit?
It’s Primark pricing, must be shit quality even though it looks rather good.

Karakoram
This is the one I have…ebay find.
Pretty impressed with the build,Jacket feels great on and its very warm.

illwill
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4137 posts since 17/5/04

11 Dec 2020 12:03
padawan wrote:
morgan wrote:
Seventyfour wrote: I'm sure the Frizmworks m65 is only £200 at all blues Co, includ s a removable inner, probably not on the same level as the McCoy's but worth a punt at that money.

https://m.frizm.co.kr/product/detail.html?product_no=2153&cate;_no=24&display;_group=1

style down parka less than £200!Eek
Is this legit?
It’s Primark pricing, must be shit quality even though it looks rather good.

Karakoram
This is the one I have…ebay find.
Pretty impressed with the build,Jacket feels great on and its very warm.

What's the sizing like Pad?

morning mist
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3506 posts since 29/5/05

11 Dec 2020 12:26
fuk is slowly morphing into one person
padawan
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4466 posts since 27/6/03

11 Dec 2020 12:38
The jacket is a large - would say TTS.
shego
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1596 posts since 11/12/07

14 Dec 2020 14:43
Decent liner? Uniqlo? anywhere else?
Hanto
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3115 posts since 30/11/09

11 Mar 2021 22:40
Of the people who have Real McCoy's m65s on here. Do you have the 1st edition or newer cut. If, so any major difference and what size did you go for?

I think a 44 would work for me (found a good price on a 1st edition) and my Deerskin vest is a 44 and my cord western shirt is a 17 from RMC, but any help appreciated.
Superprecise
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2212 posts since 16/7/11

posted 12 Mar 2021 00:13, edited 12 Mar 2021 00:13
I don't have either but I've tried on both and looked into the differences in some detail. The 1st is a more green green, has epaulets, is shorter in the body and has a more curved shoulder line. It's short and boxy. Their regular M-65 is longer and narrower, and more rectangular if that makes sense. The 1st also has matching green lining and hood, whereas these are grey on the later model. Think that's it but will defer to those with first hand experience!
jplxx
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1814 posts since 3/11/09

12 Mar 2021 04:37
Check the mccoys website. Has the sizing for each. Old one fits smaller I think to the new one. I have a medium 1st.
Crackajack
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7960 posts since 21/4/05

14 Mar 2021 14:24
Hanto wrote: Of the people who have Real McCoy's m65s on here. Do you have the 1st edition or newer cut. If, so any major difference and what size did you go for?

I think a 44 would work for me (found a good price on a 1st edition) and my Deerskin vest is a 44 and my cord western shirt is a 17 from RMC, but any help appreciated.

Generally take a 42, went for L in the 1st model (purchased Spring 2020). I think it's still a relatively trim fit. Main thing for me was getting the model without epaulettes so didn't try the other versions.
Toasted
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1709 posts since 15/10/09

14 Mar 2021 14:25
Since there's so much chat about McCoys in this thread I just wanted to draw attention to the Navy Pea Coat in 42 that I've just put up in the classifieds Smiling
Hanto
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3115 posts since 30/11/09

14 Mar 2021 15:23
Crackajack wrote:
Hanto wrote: Of the people who have Real McCoy's m65s on here. Do you have the 1st edition or newer cut. If, so any major difference and what size did you go for?

I think a 44 would work for me (found a good price on a 1st edition) and my Deerskin vest is a 44 and my cord western shirt is a 17 from RMC, but any help appreciated.

Generally take a 42, went for L in the 1st model (purchased Spring 2020). I think it's still a relatively trim fit. Main thing for me was getting the model without epaulettes so didn't try the other versions.


Cheers. Think the xl will be good for me. The one I'm looking at was bought in Dec 2020 so hopefully matches the current website measurements.
Rez
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8678 posts since 5/4/09

posted 14 Mar 2021 21:43, edited 14 Mar 2021 21:43
I'm after a new gore-tex (or decent taped seam/waterproof equivalent) jacket…preferably black. With a hood, but better if it's a convertible/storable one.

To replace this, which I've worn to death for five odd years:

https://www.endclothing.com/sg/nike-white-label-gore-tex-jacket-655303-010.html


Something that you can easily throw on top of other things/layers all year round, so not fitted like veilance ideally
Any ideas fuk?
waterfall
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1272 posts since 14/1/07

14 Mar 2021 22:05
Arc'teryx Beta AR Jacket
Hanto
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3115 posts since 30/11/09

15 Mar 2021 05:40
Tilak could be an option.

I have the Veilance Conduit, I think flasket does too, which is quite good for layering surprisingly and is easy to throw on with the side zip.
Rez
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8678 posts since 5/4/09

posted 15 Mar 2021 08:35, edited 15 Mar 2021 08:35
Was thinking the Tilak poutnik shield coat actually as like that its gore-tex pro and bet it's well made. Looks a bit tight on the hips and long kn the sleeves though, never seen it styled that well.

Isn't the conduit a padded jacket? Do you mean the anorak overhead one they do?
Dee
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12019 posts since 22/11/07

posted 15 Mar 2021 11:48, edited 15 Mar 2021 11:48
Veilance Deploy - could also be too fitted around the waist


Anto
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4036 posts since 19/1/12

posted 15 Mar 2021 12:01, edited 15 Mar 2021 12:01
I've recently bought an Arc'teryx Zeta LT and it does the job amazingly, stylewise it's pretty similar too, but hood is not packable.

If you want something cleaner, with no logo on the chest, Arc'teryx Fraser is another good option imo.
Hanto
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3115 posts since 30/11/09

15 Mar 2021 12:03
Rez wrote: Was thinking the Tilak poutnik shield coat actually as like that its gore-tex pro and bet it's well made. Looks a bit tight on the hips and long kn the sleeves though, never seen it styled that well.

Isn't the conduit a padded jacket? Do you mean the anorak overhead one they do?

Yes sorry the Conduct is the one I meant. FYI, Haven has an archive sale on Veilance atm. Near enough 50% off, not sure they mark down though.

Some of the Tilak stuff was done with partnership with Acronym, so could explain that.