Burt, please advice, your Ralph boot are true to size?
I'm sure I will like them, especially since they're in ecru; I basically live in my ecru Aran knit sweaters.Hi May
You’re going to like them . No thanks needed that’s what we all try to do here. To share information and to help each other out even though there’s a big ass ocean between several of us
Don’t forget to post some fit picks once the sweaters arrive . If you like the sweaters tell everyone !!
If you don’t like them, you can still tell everyone ..... but just tell them it was Smithy who told you to buy them
My Submariner is a M bit fitted in the body and bit long but the sleeves a tad short. Looks fine under a jacket.Hey guys,
As this has been going on, I've been contemplating pulling the trigger on a NIFFI submariner in ecru myself.
But I'm a little hesitant on exactly which size to pick.
Do you guys have any input on the sizing? Does it run big? Do you recommend sizing down?
I'm a relatively slim guy, and prefer my sweaters snug but not too tight (like H&M or ASOS models do )
Any input would be really appreciated! @Smithy @B-Man2 @London Cabbie
And FYI for anyone thinking of pulling the trigger on an outdoorknitwear (NIFFI) sweater, now might be the time.
Outdoor knitwear is having their pre Black Friday sale: 15% with the code: "EARLYBF15"
Might be being pedantic Burt but the actual name is "Frock, White, Aircrew" (Stores Ref 22G/63). Interestingly according to the regulations, they were only authorised to be worn during combat operations so long as they were not visible!The actual name of the issued sweaters used by the RAF pilots before the war in the late 1930s and early 1940s was “ The Frock Sweater” .
Thanks Tim!Might be being pedantic Burt but the actual name is "Frock, White, Aircrew" (Stores Ref 22G/63). Interestingly according to the regulations, they were only authorised to be worn during combat operations so long as they were not visible!