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|Chest (inches)||34 ⅝||36 ¼||37 ¾||41||44 ⅛||47 ¼||50 ⅜|
|Waist (inches)||26 ¾||28 ⅜||29 ⅞||33 ⅛||36 ¼||39 ¼||42 ½|
|Hips (inches)||37||38 ⅝||40 ⅛||43 ¼||46 ½||49 ⅝||52 ¾|
Okay, Thank you for creating the product! Thank You very much in fact. David, whom I have had conversation with is the best person when it comes to customer service and is very receptive to listening and accommodating. That said please accept my critique as constructive to the end result of perfecting the product. I have worn the sweatshirt and it is my favorite of all my sweatshirts specifically because the fabric it is made of has no fleece inner surface and is very comfortable. I have the same issue with all my sweatshirts let me make clear. A days beard growth or two and my beard starts shredding the collars on all my sweatshirts, so no different with the Tiger sweat. To resolve the issue on my sweats I need to use a pell shaver when they start the process to halt the effect of the issue. However, the Tiger stripe sweat shirt under the bomber is a good look together and I get more compliments and inquiries where I order the garments than all my other Boho type clothing. The only garment I get more compliments on are the Hawaiian shirts I wear during the summer that I buy at WXXX MXXX every summer, but I have seen some people wearing the same exact shirt as mine often and my first reaction is to run to the bathroom and take off the shirt just because some people can't pull off the look with out looking odd. My last critique is that three maybe four of the Tiger offerings use the same pattern only changing out the coloration. Originally each coloration was unique and exclusive to it's own pattern, hence the Gold pattern belonged originally to the "ADS" pattern, " Advisor's Type Sparse" as noted in the Tiger Patterns guide book published by R. Johnson. So the vintage belonged to it's own pattern as did the blue. So I am buying the same pattern basically with the varied colorations of other types of designations. There is a "VMX" Vietnamese Marine Corps Experimental Pattern, "JWD" John Wayne Dense, Etc. for those of you that are into exactly what you are donning on your bodies are quite significantly historic. So 12 other patterns besides, all with different patterns and all very attractive. You would of had to of been a collector of genuine Tiger Stripe combat fatigues to know the information I am sharing. Best is just to enjoy what you can get because nothing lasts forever and the Camo HQ company deserves to be patronized and applauded for the efforts. Thank You very much, for making the Tiger Stripe clothing and the other Tiger Products. My wife is eager to start buying the mugs after watching me collecting the garments the past 30 years. Most all my collection I had not been able to wear since the average age of VN vets were young men who were mostly wearing small sizes.