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Which company makes the longest and baggiest Jackets?

I'm tall but also prefer a relaxed/ freedom fit. Can't seem to find anything XXL wise that fits my criterion. Anyone have any companies I should research into?
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I'm tall but also prefer a relaxed/ freedom fit. Can't seem to find anything XXL wise that fits my criterion. Anyone have any companies I should research into?
I'm not even sure what brands would

Can you give a list of company's that you've tried


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I'm not even sure what brands would

Can you give a list of company's that you've tried
Pull the company size charts up online and look at actual measurements the fit. North face, Columbia, Oakley, and marmot are the biggest xxl I have found. Their newer designs are all nice. Some companis have xxl that only fit yp to a 44-46" chest, the brands I mentioned go 52-54".
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Special Blend and 4 Square and I'm pretty sure you can find L1 stuff that has it as well.


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Saga XXL jackets are huge
sessions, technine, 686, they should all run pretty big from what ive tried
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