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Quote:Jason:Nice write-up.I'm now definitely interested. I kind of wish they would use pre-shrunk material though so that washing wouldn't cause shrinkage, but then again, how dirty does one's observing vest get?Regards,Jim
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Quote:Hello Dragan,I just ordered one of your vests Saturday afternoon. Due to demand, I had to go with the XL size. With respect to the XL vests that you sacrificed, how much did the vest shrink if one would like to shrink it for a smaller waist size? Does the vest shrink more, say for instance in the girth (60” waist dimension) or the (26.5” length)? IIRC, some of my clothes that have shrunk do not shrink equally in all dimensions. Stephen
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